A community consultative committee has been formed to improve communications between local local landholders and energy company AGL over the proposed Coopers Gap wind farm.
Two men charged over shop hold-ups at Bribie Island and Nanango appeared in Murgon Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday afternoon.
RACQ CareFlight will be holding its annual fund-raising ball on Saturday night at the Clive Berghofer Events Centre, Toowoomba Showgrounds.
Nanango-born speedway rider Darcy Ward, 20, has been found not guilty by a British jury of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
The founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cougar Energy – the company behind the suspended underground coal gasification project at Coolabunia – has called it quits.
The State Government has allocated $136,610 to South Burnett CTC to help 25 young people find a job, get into training or return to education.
Construction of a $26 million diversionary channel to protect the Tarong power stations’ ash dam from flood damage is expected to begin in either April or May next year.
Hopes that the South Burnett Regional Council’s borders could be expanded to include Yarraman and Goomeri were dashed by the State Government yesterday.
Reaction in Nanango’s business community to the South Burnett Regional Council’s decision to make the developer of a proposed Nanango shopping centre resubmit a development application has been supportive
The latest Men In Black movie will be opening at Kingaroy’s Satellite Cinema tonight.
The South Burnett Regional Council is planning an unprecedented works program in the South Burnett
The South Burnett Regional Council has rejected an application by the owner of a proposed shopping centre site in Nanango for a two-year extension to their current development permit in order to save ratepayers $136,000.
We’re used to seeing the AGL Chopper when there’s been an accident so it’s nice to see it having fun
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate a 27-year-old local woman missing from Gympie since yesterday afternoon.
A 23-year-old Caboolture man and a 17-year-old youth from Caboolture South will appear in Kingaroy Magistrates’ Court tomorrow charged over two armed robberies of small businesses.
Businesspeople who want to grow their sales but lack some of the confidence required to “sell” themselves or their products have been invited to attend a workshop being held in Kingaroy next month.
South Burnett primary producers have been invited to attend special information days focussing on the latest research about local pests and weeds to held next month in Kingaroy and Durong.
Nanango Netball results from games played on Friday, May 18
Pumpkin rolling only comes but once a year, but when it does everyone joins in and heads for Goomeri.
Nanango police have arrested two men suspected of holding up a Nanango store at knife-point this morning.