A bat – or rather an ex-bat – has been blamed for a blackout last night which left about 1700 Ergon Energy customers in Kingaroy without power.
A local version of the Baked Relief project has been set up to help farmers in the South Burnett.
The South Burnett Regional Council has no plans to introduce any new levies in this year’s Budget
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has joined the South Burnett Regional Council’s push to keep the Brisbane to Murgon bus service running.
Temperatures across Australia are on average almost 1 degree C warmer than they were a century ago, with most of the warming having occurred since 1950
Funds raised through the Mayor’s Red Earth South Burnett Flood Appeal are now available to community groups to deliver projects to affected primary producers and businesses.
Yarraman doesn’t have an annual show but that doesn’t mean the Yarraman Agricultural Society isn’t kept busy … organising campdrafts and the annual Yarraman Horse Ride.
Interest in the sport of radio-controlled car racing has been powering ahead since the Murgon RC (“radio control”) group was formed late last year under the umbrella of the South Burnett PCYC.
More than 50 rally cars will be racing around the forestry areas near Manumbar at the weekend in the 2014 Aussie Bush Rally, the opening round of the Queensland Rally Championship.
Goomeri has thrown threw its weight behind Murgon mum Shona Muckert’s fund-raising efforts
Kingaroy’s Quota Club has kicked off this year’s International Women’s Day celebrations with a special dinner
Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney has made good on his promise to give the South Burnett Regional Council $10 million towards the cost of upgrading Kingaroy’s ageing Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Futsal results from games played on February 27.
Almost nine in every 10 Queensland dairy farmers lack confidence in the future of the industry, the majority have negative cashflow, and farmgate milk prices will need to rise by at least 12 cents per litre before confidence can be renewed and fresh milk supplies are restored for Queensland consumers.
Friends of the family left homeless by a house fire at Ellesmere on February 22 have been overwhelmed by the generosity of the local community.
A 22-year-old Murgon driver who ran off the road and crashed on Saturday afternoon near Memerambi was allegedly checking her Facebook status when she lost control of her car.
Primary producers in financial need, whether they are drought-affected or not, have been urged to contact Centrelink on 13-23-16 regarding the Federal Government’s Interim Farm Household Allowance package.
A report commissioned by anti-coal mining group, the Oakey Coal Action Alliance, highlights alleged benefits if the expansion of the Acland mine does not proceed.
A 32-year-old man has suffered serious injuries in a single vehicle road crash on the Wide Bay Highway near Goomeri this morning.
Kumbia State School had its biggest roll-up ever on Saturday when more than a thousand students, ex-students and their families packed into the grounds for the school’s centenary celebrations.