The second annual Barry Stead Memorial Day attracted 14 riders to the Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club’s track at Kingaroy Showgrounds on Saturday.
The South Burnett hosted about 30 members of the Queensland Austin Car Club this week, enjoying a short escape from the city.
Mountain bike racing returned with a rush to the South Burnett at the weekend with Wondai hosting Rounds 1 and 2 of the South-East Queensland Mountain Bike Series.
A new community group will be formed in a bid to take over the operation of Nanango’s historic Ringsfield complex.
Jen-Daview Limousins, from Kingaroy, has taken home the prestigious Grand Champion Led Steer Carcase award at the 2020 Royal Queensland Show.
Horse racing returned to the South Burnett on Saturday after an absence of almost six months … and the smiles on the faces of fans were easy to see.
A petition protesting against a 150 per cent rise in the cost of standpipe water attracted more than 500 signatures at the Nanango Markets on Saturday morning.
Tenders have been called for the $16.6 million upgrade of the notorious Wide Bay / Bruce Highway intersection at Bells Bridge.
Work could begin soon on preparing a business case for the Barlil Weir, Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd said on Thursday.
Goomeri’s swimming pool, which has been closed since January, will receive a $509,000 upgrade to ensure it reopens in time for this year’s swimming season.
Farmers’ groups have welcomed Monday’s election commitment by Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington to reduce irrigation water prices if the LNP wins the upcoming State Election.
The skies may have been grey at the start of Saturday but there was nothing but smiles on the faces of the 300 or so runners who rolled up for the annual Wondai Country Running Festival.
A small building at Kingaroy Hospital which has served the community for more than 60 years is on the move again!
Wondai’s Country Running Festival will be making its fourth outing this Saturday and organisers will be hoping for fine weather all weekend.
Local tourism group Visit South Burnett is seeking $140,000 from the South Burnett Regional Council to hire its own tourism officer
Just off Wondai-Proston Road, a small track leads to a lonely monument marking the moment that five men lost their lives in a fiery air crash.
Cherbourg’s “Ministerial Champion” Dr Anthony Lynham visited the community on Tuesday … and left with a big wish list to take back with him to the State Government.
South Burnett CTC has taken the rare step of publicly backing a national campaign aimed at stopping Australia from “falling off a cliff” come September.
Work is expected to begin in October – or maybe even a bit sooner – on a stunning $12.65 million construction program at Murgon State High School.
South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto has moved to hose down concerns Kingaroy is running out of water.