The State Government has invited feedback on the future of a section of the New England Highway just south of Toowoomba.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation says it is “underwhelmed” by the 2021-22 State Budget which it says “appears to be all style and not enough substance”.
A road worker escaped injury when his vehicle tipped over beside the Bunya Highway near Wooroolin on Tuesday evening.
Actress, author and playwright Leah Purcell – who grew up in Murgon – was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honours list.
A magnificent mural that now graces the back wall of the gym in the Cherbourg Sports Complex honours one of Cherbourg’s true sporting heroes.
St Mary’s Catholic College’s annual musical, which premiered at the school’s Maryknoll Centre on Friday night, has received an enthusiastic reaction from parents and teachers.
Memerambi-Gordonbrook Road was inspected after an ambulance slid off an unsealed section, Transport Minister Mark Bailey confirmed on Tuesday.
Kingaroy’s Chloe Plowman will be representing the region during the Brisbane Ekka in August after taking out two titles at the recent South Burnett Sub-Chamber finals.
Queensland’s peak agriculture lobby group AgForce has welcomed drought initiatives in Tuesday’s State Budget.
The Federal Government will spend $353,500 to fix a dangerous intersection near Kingaroy’s Shoppingworld.
Neither Blackbutt nor Kilkivan will get its own ambulance station at any time soon, Health Minister Yvonne D’Ath has confirmed.
Drumming, hard rock riffs and even a bit of country music … that’s how South Burnett CTC employees let their hair down at the not-for-profit group’s annual CTC Day last Thursday.
The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) will be launching their SMILE mental health program with an early-morning barbecue at the Kingaroy Town Hall on Friday (June 18).
A 33-year-old East Nanango man will appear in Murgon Magistrates Court on June 15 charged with unlawful possession of a weapon.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s June exhibition is proof that disabilities are not a barrier to creativity.
Member for Maranoa David Littleproud has called on Australians to stop their “self-loathing” about the country’s record on climate action, telling critics to “take a running jump”.
The State Government has admitted no tick outbreaks were identified before a recent crackdown on the enforcement of tick protocols at cattle saleyards.
A 31-year-old Ellesmere man charged with extortion was granted bail with strict conditions when he appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on Friday afternoon.
A man was transported to Kingaroy Hospital with suspected head injuries after a crash in Nanango on Sunday afternoon.
Nanango’s Catholic community is asking local residents to keep a watch out for historic photographs, missing after a break-in at the church’s meeting room last week.