Representatives from the South Burnett, Cherbourg and Gympie councils and local industries will meet in Gympie tomorrow to help “chart a course for economic sustainability for the Wide Bay Burnett region”.
Tourism industry representatives will gather in Stanthorpe next week at a conference dedicated to Southern Queensland tourism.
This weekend’s Softball Festival in Nanango has been postponed.
A tree has been pushed over high-voltage power lines during storm clean-up activities at Tansey causing a blackout in the Goomeri area.
The face of health care in the South Burnett could look radically different in the future if ideas being tossed around at present become a reality.
Mr Russell Hood has been appointed as the South Burnett Regional Council’s new General Manager Infrastructure.
Nina Hero has had great outcomes for her family since she became a Cherbourg State School mentor.
Nanango author Bill Andress will be launching his latest book, “Think Back 2”, at Ringsfield early next month
Kingaroy resident – and former Special Branch detective – Barry Krosch will be presenting his university research into the secretive former Queensland police unit at a special function at the Police Museum in Brisbane on Sunday.
Murgon photographers have proven they can mix it with the best after coming third in a big Sunshine Coast photography competition
The State Government has launched the annual “Kids in Care Christmas Appeal” and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington is urging South Burnett residents to help.
RACQ CareFlight Rescue is airlifting a man in his 20s with multiple injuries after he fell from a dirt bike on a Kingaroy property this afternoon.
South Burnett councillors have voted unanimously to subsidise the Brisbane-Murgon-Brisbane bus route until June 30 next year.
Christmas is getting closer, which means the demand on local family support services is also getting more urgent.
The Kingaroy Combined Division of the St John Ambulance Cadets have $5000 worth of new equipment thanks to a grant from Stanwell Corporation.
Thirty-one Girl Guides, eight leaders and six guests enjoyed a Girl Guides camp at Boondooma Homestead over the weekend.
Wondai Airport has a new hangar thanks to the hard work of members of the Barambah District Aero Club
The Kingaroy Writers Association held a workshop on Tuesday, November 19.
The State Government has moved to bar more occupations from involvement by members of banned motorcycle clubs.
Bookings have opened for cooking classes at super chef Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen