Four local groups have received support from the Stronger Communities and Volunteer Grants Programs.
Detectives are investigating a string of incidents which occurred in Murgon during the early hours of Tuesday.
It’s been carrying traffic since June, but the “new” John Peterson Bridge on Mundubbera-Durong Road was officially opened on Monday.
A Kumbia Sports and Recreation Association committee was elected at the inaugural AGM held at Kumbia Memorial Hall.
Toowoomba Regional Council has agreed to continue managing the historic Jondaryan Woolshed, at least for the next three years.
Years of service to South Burnett rugby league were recognised on Saturday when former Nanango resident Lisa Anderson was presented with life membership of the SBRL.
The Australian Local Government Association – the peak national body representing local councils – has described the Federal Government’s phased-in doubling of Roads To Recovery funding as “a landmark win for local communities”.
Tingoora Vikings’ Jye Hartwig dominated the Kingaroy Blues’ bowlers in their South Burnett Senior Cricket competition clash at Tingoora Sportsground last Saturday.
Have you noticed how fast the pace of life seems to be these days? This was certainly the case at the 2023 Kingaroy State High School formal on Friday night.
Cold case detectives invetigating the 1997 murder of a Queensland woman have launched a campaign to locate a suspect.
Emerald cotton grower Aaron Kiely has been elected president of the Queensland Farmers’ Federation.
Images from the upgraded Marburg weather radar in SE Queensland are now live on BOM’s website and app.
A Goomeri woman is urging South Burnett residents to “Get2it” when it comes to bowel cancer screening.
Exporting Queensland avocados to China has moved a step closer with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in Beijing between Avocados Australia and an agency that assists with market access.
Queensland grain growers have an opportunity to fine-tune crop selections ahead of next year’s planting with the release of the 2024 Queensland Winter Crop Sowing Guide.
Toowoomba Regional Council is encouraging residents to have a say about State Government plans for future water projects as part of the public consultation on the draft Southern and Darling Downs Regional Water Assessment.
Road trauma will increase and local councils will pick up the bill because of the Federal Government’s failure to prioritise regional projects in the Infrastructure Policy Statement, Shadow Minister for Local Government Darren Chester said on Thursday.
A man suffered head injuries in a rural accident near Maidenwell on Thursday evening.
There were anxious glances at the dark clouds forming overhead, but the storm stayed away for the arrivals at Murgon State High School’s formal on Thursday night.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads has released details of flood repairs which will be undertaken on local roads over the next 12 months.