If anyone told you this time last year that Nanango was a chance to win the South Burnett Evolution Football League premiership you would have given them an odd look.
Pulse Health – owners of the South Burnett Private Hospital in Kingaroy – have signed a $6.25 million conditional contract to buy a private rehabilitation hospital at Cooroy on the Sunshine Coast.
What is it with people naming things after Tingoora?
Spectators who braved the cold and rainy conditions in Kingaroy on Saturday enjoyed some of the most exciting senior rugby league played in the South Burnett this year.
Wet, cold weather on Saturday failed to dampen spirits at the 78th annual Blackbutt Show.
Full results of this weekend’s soccer fixtures …
The South Burnett Race Club has scored a major victory with the news that an Anzac Day meeting has been scheduled at the Wondai Racetrack next year.
The South Burnett work up this morning with a new Mayor and five re-elected councillors … with only the result in Division 1 (Nanango) still undecided.
The final make-up of the South Burnett Regional Council is up in the air with a close race in Division 1 making it almost impossible to split three candidates.
The rain has caused the cancellation of a number of events around the South Burnett today, including the Manumbar Campdraft and junior soccer
Young Bowman Button, 13, is a very talented kid … dancer, footballer and rodeo star
There’s another full round of soccer matches being played this weekend in the South Burnett.
Rugby League fans who attend this Saturday’s triple header of A Grade games in Kingaroy are in for a surprise when they take a look at TJ O’Neill Oval – particularly if they haven’t visited it for a while.
Did you know that by simply reading to your child for 15 minutes a day you can help “wire” their brain for learning?
Former South Burnett jockey Jason Hoopert returned triumphantly to Kilcoy on Anzac Day … the first time he’s ridden at the track since an horrific race fall there in July 2006.
A Blackbutt man who pleaded guilty to a string of charges dating back to 1995 was sentenced to 21 months jail in Kingaroy Magistrates’ Court today.
Continued upgrades and maintenance programs at Tarong Power Station are ensuring the ongoing, reliable operation of the power station past its design life.
South Burnett Regional Council has felt moved to scotch widespread rumours – or conspiracy theories – that have been floating around for some time that new homes being built at Memerambi are intended to house refugees.
A man pleaded guilty in Kingaroy Magistrates Court today to a total of 30 offences, all committed since he was released from jail on January 27 this year.
A city slicker who was looking forward to setting up his own mini-farm in the South Burnett was fined $1500 after he admitted moving three cattle without a travel permit.