The Queensland Police’s Drug and Alcohol Unit has developed a drug diversion information brochure designed to provide information to the Indigenous community.
Wondai-born cricketer Nathan Hauritz has failed to gain a contract with Cricket Australia for next year.
Do you have a story about a Tractor? An anecdote, a short poem or a comic strip you’d like to draw?
Nimué Art is organising an art competition to run in conjunction with this year’s Motors In Motion Festival in Kingaroy
Pet owners will pay about 9 per cent more for dog and cat registrations when the South Burnett Regional Council introduces its new schedule of fees and charges on July 1.
The South Burnett has received a rare honour: it’s now home to one of the top Nissan dealerships in Australia
Students at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy have answered a call for “warm food for winter” by donating boxloads of foodstuffs this week to Centacare South Burnett.
If the domestic gas supply situation does not improve over the next 12 months, Queensland could run out of time to address shortages predicted to occur from 2015.
South Burnett CTC has started work on developing plans for a new housing development at Nanango which will include one, possibly three, and eventually up to six two-bedroom duplexes.
The Suzuki Alto is the cheapest car to own and operate in Queensland, according to a survey released today by the RACQ.
Cherbourg parents Corey Sullivan and Sammy-Joe Barrett send their children to school every day because they realise what they missed out on when they were younger.
Can you help the volunteers at the Burnett War Memorial Museum? They’re looking for any photos of the South Burnett region taken during World War II, especially anything linked with the then-Kingaroy Airfield.
The D’Aguilar Highway through the Blackbutt Range will re-open to two lanes tomorrow.
Bend it like Bieber? Well, if the popularity of this morning’s Zova session at Taabinga State High School is any indication, this is the way children will be learning football skills in the future
The Greens have congratulated Toowoomba father Ron Williams for “successfully ending” the $222 million National School Chaplaincy Program with his High Court challenge.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has come out in support of St John’s Lutheran School’s plan to expand into Adermann Park.
Five new Paul Harris Fellows were presented with their awards at the Kingaroy Rotary Club’s changeover
A “Targeting Pests & Weeds” information day will be held at Durong Hall on the Durong-Mundubbera Road from 10:00am to3:00pm this Monday June 25.
Staff at the Blackbutt branch of the Bendigo Bank are feeling chuffed they’ve won a Local Business Award
St Mary’s Catholic College’s senior netball team will compete in the QISSN competition in Caloundra
The South Burnett Regional Council will gauge community feeling about selling 40 per cent of Kingaroy’s Sir Charles Adermann Park after an approach from St John’s Lutheran Primary School.
The Newman Government today announced a four-month extension to the closing date for recovery grants schemes introduced in response to the disasters of 2011 and 2012.
One of the most anticipated technologies in Australian agriculture, the Harrington Seed Destructor, has progressed to commercial production.
Queensland Police are urging local residents to be on the lookout for suspicious behaviour to help them track down illegal drug labs operating in the region.