Nanango’s FFA side beat Toowoomba premier league team Gatton 2-0 at Clive Berghoffer Stadium on Saturday night.
The Proston Show Society held a Mad Hatters Tea Party in the main street of Proston on Saturday morning.
Young Redgate off-spinner Jared Sippel has been selected to tour Sri Lanka in May.
State Government fees and charges are adding 3 per cent to every rates bill in the South Burnett
The Sunshine Coast-based RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter landed at Cooyar today to treat a motocross rider with a serious leg injury.
An exhibition recalling the 2011 floods will open at the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery on Monday.
Goodness me … it’s the first of March already. March marks the start of autumn – though it’ll be hot for awhile yet – and some of the clubs are well underway with their club championships.
Kingaroy business people turned out in force on Friday night to toast the re-opening of TASTE South Burnett in a new location.
Woolworths’ customers have donated more than $200,000 to assist drought-affected farmers in Queensland and NSW.
Two young children were nearby when a man was struck by shotgun pellets at a Nanango home on Tuesday evening, police say.
A Nanango man aged in his 20s has been transported to Kingaroy Hospital for observation after a single vehicle crash on the D’Aguilar Highway near Kingaroy this morning.
There’s still no word on when flashing lights will be installed in the school zone on the D’Aguilar Highway outside Taabinga State School in Kingaroy although it has been identified as a priority.
Death threats have not stopped Nanango man Craig Prickett from re-forming a local branch of the ALP.
Anti-CSG group Lock the Gate claims the State Government is curbing “democratic rights” by trying to limit objections to mines to affected landholders only.
Cherbourg’s community radio station Us Mob (4UM) can now compete with the “big boys” in the South Burnett following an upgrade to its transmitter.
Well-known Ipswich pet photographer Tina Dial will be visiting the Nanango Camera Club next month.
The countdown to the 2014 South Burnett rugby league competition has begun, with an amended senior draw about to be released and the Kingaroy Red Ants hosting a major trial match on Friday night.
The Federal Government’s drought relief package will be of limited benefit to rural communities, according to an economics professor at Charles Sturt University.
Plans to erect a six foot tall white granite statue of a World War I veteran in Kingaroy for next year’s Gallipoli centenary have moved forward with the unveiling of a model of the statue.
Today’s announcement by the Federal Government of a $320 million drought assistance package has been warmly received by producer groups