Work on Murgon’s new $1.59 million Cultural Centre in Macalister Street is planned to start within the next three months.
A special meeting to reconsider Councillor expense allowances will be held at the South Burnett Regional Council’s chambers on Wednesday morning (July 1).
A man has died after a single-vehicle crash on the D’Aguilar Highway at Moore.
The application deadline for State Government land tax rebates will be extended four months to help COVID-affected Queensland businesses.
Toowoomba Regional Council is seeking nominations from community members who are interested in serving on Council’s Biosecurity Advisory Committee.
A Council decision to raise standpipe water prices from $4.10 to $10 per kilolitre will be reconsidered, South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto promised on Monday.
A new 10‑year National Wild Dog Action Plan will come into effect on Wednesday (July 1).
Current and former mine and quarry workers in Queensland will now have access to free lung checks to test for mine dust diseases such as silicosis.
Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) has denied union claims that working conditions will be cut or job security threatened in proposed new enterprise agreements at its 26 Queensland schools.
Two men have been charged with drink-driving after separate incidents in Kingaroy
A fire which razed St Leo’s Catholic Church in Haden earlier this month was deliberately lit.
Three rural fire crews were called to a small fire burning near Walsh Road at Runnymede on Monday morning.
It was a miracle no one was badly injured when an out-of-control 4WD crashed through plate glass at the Lifeline Furniture shop in Kingaroy Street
Cherbourg Council CEO Chatur Zala is looking for a special person to fill an important vacancy … and he really would like that special person to be already living in the South Burnett.
The South Burnett looks set to be at the centre of a mini newspaper “war” with two new print options set to launch next month.
The State Government has called for tenders to establish and manage a multi-million-dollar agtech and logistics hub in Toowoomba.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has handed down its 2020-21 Budget – a $19.92 million package which includes five new houses for the community.
A public meeting will be held in Kingaroy next month to discuss the options put forward as part of a $2 million study into the Burnett region’s future water needs.
How did you spend “iso”? If you’re like young Jesse you did Year 12 assignments, studied at TAFE, worked AND completed a body-piercing course.
Bowel cancer kills almost as many Australians as lung cancer every year and Kingaroy is a hot spot for the disease.