Nanango Art Society are gearing up – literally – for their upcoming Medieval Fun Day.
When Victoria Cross winner Keith Payne visits Kingaroy next month there’s going to be a special guest eager to meet him.
Competition leaders Cherbourg and Wondai – who have been looking a little rusty in recent rounds – shook off the cobwebs to record strong wins in the South Burnett’s A Grade rugby competition matches played at Wondai last weekend.
The “South Burnett Shines” community expo planned for Nanango next month is definitely still going ahead but it won’t be run under the umbrella of Boots’n Bulldust Inc.
Pulse Health CEO Phillipa Blakey confirmed today the NSW-based company is “very keen” to reach an agreement with the South Burnett Regional Council to continue management of the South Burnett Private Hospital in Kingaroy.
Durong Green Frogs Girls Guides are holding a Family Fund Day this Sunday (July 21) at Durong Community Hall in aid of the Lindsay family who lost all their belongings in a house fire in May this year.
Christine Kaden-Grohn’s mum was given a traditional Aboriginal upbringing. She spoke four tribal languages and lived by tribal law until her husband Des Petersen walked onto Gordon Downs station.
A Wondai business has introduced a new-style of solar technology to Queensland, and in the process has been named a finalist in the national Clean Energy Council Solar Awards.
Four South Burnett schools now have another thing in common … cultural recognition
The Electrical Trades Union has accused the LNP State Government of “betraying the bush in its rush to privatise the electricity industry”.
South Burnett Jobmatch, the specialist organisation which provided job opportunities for disabled people, is no more.
The South Burnett Regional Council has given approval to three more NBN towers to help bring fixed wireless broadband services to the region.
A $1.8 million accommodation bill, 370 meals a day and half a tonne of savoury mince for breakfast
A call has gone out to local trainees and apprentices to take part in the regional WorldSkills competition next month.
Men don’t usually talk about their health … it’s apparently “a bloke thing”.
Kilkivan’s main street will be getting a $220,000 makeover courtesy of Gympie Regional Council and the State Government’s Local Government Grants and Subsidies Program.
Telstra mobile customers in Kingaroy will get access to the 4G network within the next six months.
The Wondai Race Club will be holding its traditional Winter meeting at Wondai Racecourse this Saturday
AgForce Queensland will try to position the state’s rural sector at the forefront of political debate over the coming month with the launch of ’Agriculture – 30 Issues, 30 Days’, a new campaign designed to highlight issues it believes require urgent attention from policy makers.
South Burnett sporting clubs have received more than $120,000 in assistance from the State Government’s Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program.