The South Burnett Youth Choir is hosting six free open rehearsals in February for children interested in becoming singers.
Queensland small businesses affected by flooding are encouraged to check if they are eligible for government financial assistance to help get their business back on track.
No special permits will be required to clean up flooded waterways, the State Government assured landholders today.
Due to the recent floods, the Lake Boondooma Camping and Recreation Area will be closed until Tuesday, February 12.
Wondai Proston Junior Rugby League Football Club will be conducting its Junior and Senior Sign On Day on February 9.
It’s back to one lane again … the Department of Transport and Main Roads has advised that from tomorrow (February 1) there will be single lane closures on the D’Aguilar Highway through the Blackbutt Range.
There’s been a number of recent changes to the South Burnett’s event program:
Deputy Police Commissioner Brett Pointing will be appointed to lead the disaster recovery efforts and the rebuilding of Queensland in the wake of this week’s devastating floods.
Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney and Local Government Minister David Crisafulli made a whistlestop visit to the South Burnett this morning to check out firsthand some of the local damage from the Australia Day weekend floods.
All South Burnett schools will be open for normal classes on Thursday, January 31.
Federal Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott today called on the Federal Government not to allow vulnerable people affected by floodwaters in the electorate to “slip through the cracks”.
Mining Projects Group Limited has been granted a permit to explore for coal on one of the two prospective exploration permits for coal (EPC) it holds in the South Burnett.
Relieved Yarraman residents say the town has been spared a repeat of the damage suffered in the 2011 floods.
Long-serving Nanango Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr John Robinson has been recognised at a special ceremony
The South Burnett Equestrian Group will be holding its first competition for the year on Sunday, February 24, ie the day after the Cooyar Show.
A range of State Government supports, including concessional loans and freight subsidies, are now available for producers and small business operators impacted by the floods.
A chartered helicopter has delivered three loads of food today to assist 250 people stranded at Manar Park
Immediate Australian Government financial assistance is available to assist people who have been adversely affected by flooding in the Gympie local government area.
Latest updates from Mayor Wayne Kratzmann and the South Burnett Disaster Management Committee.
A decision by Australia Post to stop all counter services at its Kingaroy Delivery Centre has angered local businesspeople.
Kingaroy’s official Australia Day celebrations were relocated from the Town Hall forecourt to the inside of Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday morning as dark rain clouds gathered over the town.
Toowoomba councillor John Gouldson travelled to Yarraman on Saturday to present the town’s Australia Day awards at a community brekkie held at Memorial Hall.
Saturday’s rain forced the Queensland Dairy and Heritage Museum team to shift their annual Australia Day event from the museum grounds to the Murgon PCYC … but it didn’t stop the celebrations.
Wet weather failed to dampen spirits at Nanango’s official 2013 Australia Day celebrations on Saturday.