Monday afternoon’s storm has forced the Murgon Show Society to find an alternative venue for their October rodeo.
Cherbourg Mayor Elvie Sandow and fellow councillors have almost begged residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to stop the community going back into lockdown.
After “dodging and weaving the COVID-19 minefield” throughout 2021, Kingaroy State High School teachers and students could finally breathe a sigh of relief on Monday night …
South Burnett Regional Council will debate an application for a new drive-thru restaurant in Kingaroy at Wednesday’s monthly General Meeting.
South Burnett Regional Council will give $67,000 to 36 community groups in the latest round of its twice-yearly Community Grants Program.
How could a festival that just celebrated its biggest year – and boosted the South Burnett economy by an estimated $2.3 million – be contemplating winding up?
A hand-me-down toilet block at Goomeri Showgrounds will be replaced thanks to a $93,500 Federal Government grant announced by Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien.
The Lady Bjelke-Petersen Community Hospital in Kingaroy could become a medical hub for the region if exciting plans from operators South Bank Medical Group come to fruition.
The 2021 South Burnett Relay For Life fundraising campaign has so far raised just over $72,500 for cancer research … an amazing effort considering the popular Dinner With The Captains had to be cancelled due to lockdowns.
The local cricket competition roars into life this weekend with players from the South Burnett’s junior and senior competitions hitting the pitch for the first time in the 2021-22 season.
The complex problems of homelessness, the demand for public housing and the construction of affordable housing have been issues at the forefront of recent South Burnett Regional Council discussions.
Demand for public housing in the South Burnett is now exceeding available supply by almost a third, according to new data.
A stunning photographic portrait of Wakka Wakka elder Elgan Leedie at this year’s Anzac Day Dawn Service in Kingaroy will be added to the South Burnett Regional Council’s official art collection.
Four Federal MPs were told they must “do something” to address the tragic suicide rate in Cherbourg at a crisis meeting held in the Cherbourg Council Chambers on Friday.
It’s October! Which means it’s time to break out everything pink around the South Burnett!
COVID-19 restrictions over the past 18 months have badly hit the Booie Hall, with events – including its planned 90th anniversary dance last November – cancelled.
Police officers from across the South Burnett, their family members and supporters gathered in Nanango on Wednesday to mark National Police Remembrance Day.
Wondai’s annual Spring Garden Expo sprang into life again at the weekend, welcoming visitors with perfect Spring weather.
The musical “Wicked” is one of Broadway’s longest running shows – it’s been in constant production since 2003 – but you’d better hurry if you want to catch it in Kingaroy!
South Burnett child protection workers paused long enough from their vital work recently to enjoy breakfast and reflect on the past 12 months.