A driver was transported to Murgon Hospital with minor injuries after a single-vehicle rollover just outside Murgon about 8:00pm on September 25.
The months-long efforts of South Burnett residents to collect more than 1500 signatures in support of the re-instatement of a specialist cancer nurse in the region have come to nothing.
The Department Of Transport and Main Roads has begun a safety upgrade on a 1.94km section of the Bunya Highway, north of Tingoora.
Goomeri’s beleaguered swimming pool will reopen in time for the Christmas school holidays … hopefully.
Applications are now open for the 2021 Red Earth Community Leadership Program.
CSIRO researchers have shared some good news about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
A brooding painting of a Queensland farmhouse being slowly revealed as a dust storm passes overhead has won this year’s South Burnett Art Competition and the $3000 cash prize.
The date has been announced for the by-election for the Federal seat of Groom, caused by the resignation of the John McVeigh.
Luckily no one was injured when an decoupled trailer rolled down a steep hill in Tingoora on Friday and smashed into a house.
Combined agents yarded 900 head in Murgon on Tuesday with all descriptions selling to strong rates, especially light weaner cattle.
A 52ha macadamia and avocado orchard at Mt Binga will be auctioned online later this month.
Barely a week after being named a Queensland #eatqld Champion, award-winning winemaker Clovely Estate has put a large slice of its business on the market.
The COVID-19 Budget delivered by Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on Tuesday night has been broadly welcomed in regional Australia.
The historic Nanango Butter Factory diesel motor – which formerly supplied power to the local town – roared back into life on Saturday morning.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have prevented this year’s Bush Balladeer Muster and Scots In The Bush Festival from going ahead … but Boondooma Homestead is coming back to life with something new instead.
Audience numbers are limited to just 24 for each session of Nanango Theatre Company’s upcoming short season of romantic comedies – so you’d better book your tickets straight away!
After flying through the COVID-shortened AFL Darling Downs season unbeaten, the Goondiwindi Hawks had their wings clipped on Saturday, dipping out to South Toowoomba in the Allied Pickfords Cup Grand Final played in Toowoomba.
A person was transported by ambulance to hospital on Monday morning after yet another single vehicle rollover on South Burnett roads.
Toowoomba Regional Council will receive a total of $275,000 through the jointly funded State-Federal Government Queensland Resilience and Risk Reduction Fund (QRRRF).
Somerset Regional Council will receive $635,000 under a jointly funded State and Federal disaster recovery scheme to develop the Mount Glen Rock Recreation and Nature Reserve.