Exactly 90 years ago, a meeting was called in Toowoomba to discuss the idea of an association to assist country women in Queensland.
Community groups across the Nanango electorate have been invited to put in a bid to share in $12 million available through the State Government’s new “Everyone’s Environment” grants program.
Moffatdale School celebrated Harmony Day on Thursday … a day to bring cultures together.
The organiser of Bloomin’ Beautiful are still looking for buskers to perform, entertain, shock and delight at the annual Blackbutt festival next month.
Tarong Power Station is looking for 10 new apprentices and trainees to join the 25 who are already gaining valuable skills at the power station.
Both the Nanango Stags and the Murgon Mustangs have forfeited their Premier League A Grade rugby league matches which had been scheduled for tomorrow afternoon.
The South Burnett Regional Council has advised that flood repairs will begin soon on Youngmans Road, south of Kumbia, and Old Taabinga Road, near Goodger.
The RACQ has warned motorists whose cars use LPG should fill up now before an expected price jump in the next few days.
Emerald grain and beef producer Ian Burnett has been elected president of rural lobby group AgForce.
Goomeri is an RV Friendly Town, in fact it’s the only RV Friendly town in the South Burnett
The South Burnett Young Leaders Association will be running the Kingaroy Christmas Carnival again this year, and planning for 2012 begins next week.
About 200 “head office” jobs will be cut from the Department of Agriculture – and more jobs will be lost in regional areas – the State Government confirmed today.
The South Burnett will be heading into a freezing Friday tomorrow after recording nine consecutive sub-zero mornings – our coldest August start in almost 40 years.
Valerie Mathews loves the blues … in fact, she’s at her happiest when she sings the blues
Queensland Firebirds Chelsea Pitman and Amy Steel drew a big crowd when they came to Nanango
A TV film crew today enjoyed a sneak peek at the mystery star of the South Burnett’s upcoming Tractor Tattoo arts and music festival.
Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott and Queensland Senator Barnaby Joyce have downplayed news reports today claiming Senator Joyce would try to oust Mr Scott from the seat in next month’s LNP preselections.
One of Queensland’s most respected agricultural industry advocates has been remembered with the announcement of the Peter Kenny Bursary in Brisbane last night at the Queensland Red Meat Awards.
The Queensland Fire and Rescue Service has warned there is a very high forest fire danger rating for today and tomorrow for residents in the North Coast region – particularly around Kingaroy, Gayndah and Monto.
The South Burnett’s second annual combined schools NAIDOC Day celebration – a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture – was hosted by St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy last Friday.
Farmers gathered at Ngaire and Ashley Louis’s lucerne property at Moffatdale for a field day
Maylene Saltner and Clayton Weazel ensure their children get up each morning, have breakfast and head to Cherbourg State School.
Nanango tennis players can now safely play their sport well into the evening following recent upgrades to the Nanango tennis courts.
South Burnett’s got talent? You bet we have … and it was all on display in Wondai at the weekend.