The RACQ CareFlight helicopter based in Toowoomba evacuated an injured motorbike ride from the Manar Park facility north-west of Kingaroy on Saturday.
Police officers from across the South Burnett gathered at the Kumbia Anglican Church this afternoon to honour fallen colleagues on National Police Remembrance Day.
A woman charged with 87 counts of fraud (gaining a benefit as an employee) has been remanded on bail by Kingaroy Magistrates Court.
Army Reservists will no longer be paid to parade at commemorative events such as Anzac Day ceremonies.
The South Burnett’s very own musical tractor, fondly called the “Mongrel”, will be out and about in Wondai this weekend.
Nanango netballers Katelyn Wolski and Portia Jones and Kingaroy’s Taylor Crossley, Kayla Greenslade and Cassandra Firman are getting ready to impress at the Netball Queensland Academy’s “Screening and Development” weekend.
Construction equipment this morning completed demolishing the old redbrick toilet blocks located on the eastern side of Kingaroy’s Memorial Park.
RHealth’s Kingaroy, Chinchilla and Charleville programs have hit crunchtime with funding for their programs running out today.
The State Government is seeking feedback on options to further cut “greentape” for small businesses.
About 90 houses in the area bounded by Knight Street, Railway Terrace and Kingaroy Street, as well as Kingaroy’s industrial estate, will have their water supply turned off from 7:30am to 3:00pm on Tuesday, October 2.
More than $75,000 was presented to South Burnett community groups at Council’s inaugural Community Assistance Funding presentation night.
Council is planning to move its Economic Development Unit into the controversial forecourt cafe space in Glendon Street
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has welcomed extra funding for grassroots sporting organisations made available in the recent State Budget.
Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott has gone in to bat for the residents of Blackbutt and Benarkin about their very unlucky postcode: 4306.
Agriculture Minister John McVeigh has announced a series of measures – including a reinvigoration of the QDOG committee – to tackle the problem of wild dogs in Queensland.
The South Burnett’s fledgling AFL Club, the Saints, is moving ahead, making plans for an upcoming nine-a-side competition.
A State MP has assured industry he is “monitoring the situation” after widespread concerns about the cost and availability of domestic gas supplies in Queensland.
Formula 500s will be returning to Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night after a small rejig to the weekend’s original program.
A team of young runners on a mission will be heading to Kingaroy next month as the latest stop on a 3000km “baton relay” through 30 rural Australian towns.
The Kumbia QCWA will be holding a special International Day Lunch and afternoon tea at the Kumbia QCWA Rooms in Bell Street from noon to around 3:00pm on Tuesday, October 2.
Members of the South Burnett Youth Choir will be heading to Brisbane this weekend to prepare with the Voices of Birralee choir for their joint tour to Adelaide.
A free seminar will be held in Kingaroy next month to explain new plumbing laws that come into effect in Queensland on November 1.
An overhaul of Unit 1 at Tarong Power Station – due to begin on October 5 – will inject more than $1 million into the local economy.
The South Burnett Regional Council and South Burnett CTC are looking at a proposal to save the region’s Emergency Services Cadets unit.