First year uni students from Yarraman and Cooyar will be eligible to apply for a new scholarship next year at the University of Southern Queensland.
More than 50 farmers along Barambah Creek have been issued with new groundwater licences allowing them to irrigate their crops and water their stock.
Member for Groom John McVeigh announced on Friday morning he is resigning from Federal Parliament, effective immediately.
Low-level traces of the virus which causes COVID-19 have been detected in sewage at a Hervey Bay wastewater treatment plant.
The National Rural Health Alliance, the peak body for rural health in Australia, has welcomed the Federal Government’s expansion of Medicare rebates for telehealth consultations until March 31 next year.
Just a few months ago the idea that making colourful face masks could be a great fundraising idea would have seemed ludicrous.
Deb Frecklington says approving the New Acland coal mine expansion would be “a priority” for an incoming LNP State Government.
South Burnett Regional Council will call for tenders from community groups interested in operating Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House as a museum and/or tourism destination.
The Deadly Ways crew from the University Of Southern Queensland usually host camps for Indigenous high school students to allow them to enjoy a taste of university life.
South Burnett swimming pools that were closed over winter will be re-opening on Saturday, just in time for school holiday fun.
The State Government moratorium on evictions for commercial leaseholders has been extended to the end of 2020.
One new confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported in Queensland on Thursday – a healthcare worker linked to the Ipswich Hospital cluster.
Farmers and farm-related small businesses have until September 30 to take advantage of two-year interest free loans from the Regional Investment Corporation before the drought-related loan terms change.
Toowoomba Regional Council will save about $71,000 a month after negotiating a new contract linked to its use of water from Wivenhoe Dam.
Two water bombing helicopters were called in to support firefighters at a large out-of-control grass fire at Mannuem on Wednesday.
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service (NATSILS) is calling for urgent national leadership and action following the latest death in custody.
South Burnett Regional Council will reduce its standpipe water prices from $10 to $6 per kilolitre for potable water – and $5 per kilolitre for non-potable water – until December 31.
A Large Air Tanker (LAT) water bomber has arrived in Queensland to be on call during the 2020 bushfire season.
Cherbourg Council is one of 17 councils across Queensland that will receive State Government funding to help “disaster-proof” the community.
COVID-19 restrictions in the South Burnett have been relaxed back to the level which existed prior to the recent Toowoomba scare.