The Blue Light Hall in George Street was the place to be to celebrate Christmas in Nanango
If South Burnett residents want to live longer – and have a smaller chance of suffering a potentially avoidable death – they should pack their bags and head to Sydney or Melbourne … or at least to the Sunshine Coast.
Kingaroy and Nurunderi TAFE students can now access a new student loan system, providing a “study now, pay later” arrangement.
A working group to fight for the retention of the Brisbane-Murgon-Brisbane bus route will be formed following a meeting next month of interested parties.
Results from futsal games played in Kingaroy on December 5.
It rained all day but the organisers of the 2013 Kingaroy Christmas Carnival weren’t deterred … they said it would clear, and it did!
John and Irene Flegg, from Murgon, have received an early Christmas Gift after winning a month’s worth of meet from a local butchershop.
Toowoomba Regional Council is urging Yarraman and Cooyar residents to “snap, send and solve” if they see any problems in their local area.
Drinkers beware … police across the South Burnett will be taking part in an integrated Australia / New Zealand-wide blitz against alcohol-fuelled violence this weekend as part of a special crackdown dubbed “Operation Unite” .
Police are still hunting an armed man who attempted to hold up the Kingaroy McDonald’s store on Monday night.
“Business as usual” is not an option for Ergon Energy, Energex and Powerlink, Queensland Treasurer Tim Nicholls said today.
The Electrical Trades Union says the State Government has been “fattening pigs for market”, preparing Stanwell and CS Energy for privatisation.
The State Government will commission “scoping studies” by investment banks and financial advisers into the future of Stanwell and CS Energy, Treasurer Tim Nicholls said today,
A group of young mothers – and their babies and toddlers – gathered at the Kingaroy RSL Club this week to share their experiences about giving birth at Kingaroy Hospital.
The resources sector contributed $142 million to the South Burnett’s regional economy in 2012-13
Queenslanders face electricity price rises of between 5.4 per cent and 13.6 per cent next financial year.
Former Swickers managing director John Coward – a director of producer group Australian Pork Limited – is pressing the State Government to adjust piggery licence fees.
Emergency services have launched a new smartphone app to help people call the right number for help in emergency and non-emergency situations.
The dates have been set for the first joint Vision 21 / Red Earth Community Foundation leadership training program in the South Burnett.
South Burnett tourism operators and small business owners have been invited to take part in a tourism industry “think tank” being organised by Southern Queensland Country.