Murgon Crusaders continued their dominance of the Gympie A Grade cricket competition with a 10-wicket win over Western Gympie at Murgon Sportsground last Saturday.
Water meter readers will soon be in action across the South Burnett.
Goomeri’s famous town clock will be getting a companion soon, thanks to a $43,950 Federal Government grant.
Members of the “Kingaroy Needs A Big Peanut” committee met South Burnett Regional councillors and Council staff on Thursday morning to discuss possible locations for a planned sculpture.
Bega Cheese – the owners of the Peanut Company of Australia – has agreed to buy Lion’s dairy and drinks business for $534 million.
The rapid expansion of the budget for Kingaroy’s streetscape project should make ratepayers nervous.
Relay For Life has hundreds of supporters in the South Burnett … and the organisers of this year’s Dinner With The Captains are hoping they’ll all be cashed up and tuned into the radio on Friday morning.
South Burnett Regional Council has voted to go ahead with a controversial expansion of the Kingaroy Transformation Project despite fears of a budget blowout.
South Burnett Regional Council will maintain its ownership of the Coolabunia Saleyards but will draw up a five-year plan aimed at reinvigorating the facility.
A 13-year-old boy has been charged with multiple break-and-enters and vehicle stealing offences after an incident in Murgon on November 20.
Australian Small Business Ombudsman Kate Carnell as welcomed a commitment by engineering group UGL to restore 30-day payment terms for its small business suppliers in the New Year.
Two people have been charged – and police are hunting for a third – after a drugs raid in Kingaroy on Tuesday.
Darling Downs Health’s mobile women’s health nurse Marcia Hunt will be visiting the South Burnett next month to provide free and confidential health clinics.
Kingaroy Visitor Information Centre has special Christmas hampers for sale … perfect for residents looking for a unique, locally produced Christmas gift.
South Burnett Regional Council is urging residents to take action to reduce the breeding of mosquitoes.
A special presentation to recognise a hard-working local volunteer was made at the Wide Bay & Burnett District RSL conference held in Kingaroy at the weekend.
Work to build a new footpath in Bell Street, Kumbia, began this week.
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority has issued two more permits for the control of Fall Armyworm, bringing the total number of current permits to 37.
There has been a large rise in financing for ag machinery, figures released this week by the Commonwealth Bank show.
Two teenage boys have been charged with a variety of offences after a break-in at a Murgon business on November 18.