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.
Funding arrangements for the National School Chaplaincy Program are “constitutionally invalid” according to decision by the High Court this morning.
Ergon Energy has extended its popular “Save a Bomb” pool program to help more customers save money on their pool running costs.
The South Burnett now has a second connection to the new Gas Fields Commission with the father of Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington being appointed as one of the State Government’s six new commissioners.
Federal Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss is calling on people to nominate for an award under the 2012 National Disability Awards.
There were no gunfights (fortunately) or bar-room brawls, but about 160 cattle rustlers, outlaws, Injuns and western gals had wagonloads of fun at the Wondai Kindergarten’s Wild West bush dance on Saturday night.
Cherbourg continued their dominance in the South Burnett Premier League on Saturday, claiming their eighth straight victory by thumping Kingaroy 68-24 at Jack O’Chin Oval.
The Kingaroy Town Hall was packed on Saturday night with Olympians … or at least would-be Olympians.
A 90-year-old Wondai man had to be rescued from his car this afternoon by emergency service crews.
Results from Round 8 of the South Burnett Junior Soccer competition, played at Nanango on Saturday.
Perth-based engineering and mining industry specialist Logicamms has been awarded an $8.5 million contract with Stanwell Corporation to upgrade the control system of the coal handling preparation plant at the Meandu mine.
It was a massive weekend for former Kingaroy State High school student Berrick Barnes … he became a new Dad and was named Man of the Match in the Wallabies’ hard-fought 25-23 win against Wales at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.
The Wondai Heritage Museum has recently carried out work in the courtyard display area to improve access for visitors.
The SBRC has advised that the D’Aguilar Hwy at Peterson Dve will be reduced to one lane
A large crowd was on hand to see Nanango defeat a gallant Wests in a 3-0 scoreline that somewhat flattered them. The match started off a hectic pace and didn’t let up until full time.
A 24-year-old Kingaroy woman has been killed in a single vehicle traffic crash at Booie early this morning.
A “Targeting Pests & Weeds” information day will be held at the former Kingaroy DPI Research Station in Goodger Road, Kingaroy from 10:00am to 3:00pm this Friday, June 22.
Rugby League player Amber Saltner, from Cherbourg, is in training camp in Brisbane after being selected to play for the Queensland Women’s representative side.
The South Burnett Thrashers were defeated 71 points to 17 by fellow cellar dwellers Dalby on Saturday afternoon.
Most people would think you’d have to be bit crazy to volunteer to run 5330km along the Bicentennial National Trail for charity. But for ultra-distance runner Richard Bowles, it’s a very SANE thing to do …
Students from Kingaroy will be among 51 people who will graduate with health qualifications in Toowoomba on Monday following their successful completion of a six-month training program through RHealth.
Kingaroy won’t be getting a new Tick Officer despite a vocal push from local graziers.