Kingaroy Junior Soccer Club’s popular Squirts program for three to five-year-olds is now taking registrations.
Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott is currently in Asia, leading a delegation to expand trade talks in the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore.
Ergon Energy has today unveiled a new Outage Finder on its website that will help customers quickly access up-to-date information about any power supply interruptions on the network.
Fraud and computer hacking charges laid against a Kingaroy man were mentioned briefly in Maryborough Magistrates Court yesterday.
Two Queensland titles were decided at Saturday night’s speedway racing in Kingaroy. In-form Toowoomba driver Scott Genrich – who has won seven feature races this season – walked away with the win in the Lightning Sprints Queensland Title.
The South Burnett Tourism Association plans to launch a membership drive this year to double its numbers.
Newly published Wondai author Bronwyn Hales was reading so many books to her two children she was finding it hard to find new stories to share with them, so she decided she’d start writing her own.
The Maidenwell Hotel could be hosting a new-style music festival on the October long weekend
An intersection and pedestrian crossing which have been identified by local police as one of the most dangerous in Kingaroy looks set to have an upgrade to improve safety.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington got up close and personal with some very raw prawns today while announcing a review of the State’s aquaculture industry.
The State Government is searching for a new home for northern hairy-nosed wombats, with locations for a third colony being investigated to help boost populations of the endangered animal — one of the world’s rarest species.
A Telstra spokesperson confirmed today the company was aware of ongoing issues with mobile phone coverage in Kingaroy.
The region’s small businesses should see a “substantial” reduction in garbage collection charges when the South Burnett Regional Council brings down its 2014-2015 Budget in July.
The Brisbane Valley Highway re-opened about 6:30am today after an overnight crash involving a cattle truck near Harlin blocked the road for more than 12 hours.
The Electrical Trades Union is calling on the State Government to hold a referendum on the proposed sale of government assets, including Tarong Power Station and the Meandu coal mine.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington is urging local residents to put forward suggestions about ways the State Government could slash red tape.
Kingaroy’s first Police Charity Ball for seven years has been hailed a big success with 250 people filling the Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday night for a three-course dinner and charity auction.
The Kingaroy Show was on the brink of losing its Sideshow Alley in 2011 until things changed
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says the literacy and numeracy of school students in the South Burnett will be boosted following the implementation of the Great Results Guarantee initiative.
The State Government plans to hold a “Strong Choices Community Forum” in Kingaroy on April 30