Dance students from St John’s were thrilled to be asked to perform at a major Brisbane conference
A young man who admitted showing off to a mate by doing “doughnuts” at the Stuart River rest area, off the Bunya Highway, was fined $500 in Kingaroy Magistrates’ Court today.
A 39-year-old former Kingaroy man – charged with four child sex charges – was committed to stand trial in the District Court when he appeared in the Kingaroy Magistrates’ Court today.
Students from eight local schools gathered at Nanango to challenge their science and engineering skills in a day-long competition presented by the University of Newcastle.
The Tractor Tattoo organising committee is on the hunt for old tractor tyres …
Meat & Livestock Australia is seeking applications for four independent Directors to be appointed at the group’s Annual General Meeting.
The Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE is giving South Burnett residents the opportunity this month to gain the safety qualifications needed to obtain a job in the mining industry.
The South Burnett Car Club’s annual Show & Shine Swap Meet attracted an array of classic street machines – and a few motorbikes – at the Nanango Rugby League ground on Sunday morning.
Soccer mums and dads have been working hard this week to repair damage to the Kingaroy Junior Soccer fields caused by car hoons on Friday night.
Kingaroy’s new town bus service – part of the South Burnett Regional Council’s “Enhancing Passenger Transport Project” – will be officially launched next Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Glendon Street bus stop.
An increase in the slaughter levy paid by pork producers that was flagged in last night’s Federal Budget isn’t a secret ‘Bacon Tax’ and will have no effect on the prices that consumers pay in the shops, Australian Pork Limited’s CEO Andrew Spencer said today.
Former Australian boxing champion Jim Stanley, 36, has told how life nearly flattened him for the count.
The Gillard Government has delivered a Budget of confusion that fails households, businesses and community groups, but adds $40 billion to net debt, Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss said today.
Political candidates – and their supporters – who deface or remove the roadside signs of their opponents could face criminal charges if caught.
The National Farmers’ Federation says it’s pleased by the Federal Government’s recognition in the Budget of agriculture’s strong growth prospects, but it’s dismayed by the decision to scrap funding for the FarmReady program.
The Widgee Hall and Recreation Association’s Widgee Campdraft – part of the annual Widgee Bushman’s Carnival – had more than 560 nominations at the weekend.
The Rogerson family of Coolabunia could soon have a new speedway star in their midst … young Cordell, 9, is having fun and making a name for himself on motorcycle circuits in Queensland and NSW.
Would you like to make more money in less time with less stress? Then an upcoming Small Business course being presented in Nanango on behalf of the South Burnett Regional Council could be just the thing for you!
The Peanut Company of Australia’s fully restored KC30 Dodge took out first place in the “30 years & over” category at the Truck Show’n’Shine held as part of the annual Kingaroy Show at the weekend.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says the recently announced examination of reforms for the construction industry by the State Government should help to ensure sub-contractors in the South Burnett receive payment for their work.
Voter turnout at the recent Local Government elections was extremely low … but “election fatigue” won’t be a valid excuse to avoid a fine.
Workplace Health and Safety investigators have been called to attend an incident at Durong where a man has died in an accident.
Was this the best Kingaroy Show ever? The thousands of people who attended the two-day event probably think so … and the organisers are thrilled!
The Saturday morning sausage sizzle made a welcome return to Blackbutt’s CBD last weekend after an absence of almost eight months.