The LNP has promised to build the much-discussed Barlil Weir on Barambah Creek should it win office at the October 31 State Election.
A spectacular rollover in a heat of the Street Stocks was just a taste of the action when speedway returned to Kingaroy last Saturday.
Rugby league players of all ages experience the highest of highs during a season as well as the lowest of lows … much like life itself.
Kingaroy’s water supply is tipped to fail once every 13 years at current demand levels – but this could become once every four years if Swickers expands, South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto warned on Wednesday.
It’s been a trying year for Boondooma Homestead, the heritage complex located on Mundubbera-Durong Road.
South Burnett councillor Kathy Duff may be smiling in the photo, but she’s not happy with the state of the Mundubbera-Durong Road.
Two centuries scored within minutes of each other were the highlights of Round 1 of the South Burnett Cricket Association’s 2020-21 senior competition at the weekend.
An innovative idea by the SBRC to give electors a chance to compare the five candidates standing for Nanango at the State Election has fallen flat with only two taking part.
Cherbourg residents gathered together on Wednesday after a tough year in the community to pause, yarn and “heal”.
When the South Burnett Times announced earlier this year that it would “stop the presses”, the thoughts of many local residents turned to history which they feared could be lost.
The State Government’s “Electric Super Highway” may have bypassed the South Burnett in favour of the coast but electric car charging points are slowly appearing in the region anyway.
Cricketers of all ages eager for the 2020-21 season to get under way in the South Burnett will have their wishes fulfilled this weekend with the opening games of the local season scheduled.
A brooding painting of a Queensland farmhouse being slowly revealed as a dust storm passes overhead has won this year’s South Burnett Art Competition and the $3000 cash prize.
The COVID-19 Budget delivered by Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on Tuesday night has been broadly welcomed in regional Australia.
The historic Nanango Butter Factory diesel motor – which formerly supplied power to the local town – roared back into life on Saturday morning.
DTMR have prepared plans for a replacement of the Running Creek Bridge at Woolooga, all it needs now is for the State Government to commit to funding it.
Goomeri’s main streets are looking a little brighter and happier this Spring thanks to an unusual initiative from a small group of volunteers and local businesses.
It’s just pure luck that more people haven’t died on South Burnett roads over the past fortnight.
A heart-breaking plea from a South Burnett mother about the need for a safe playground for children with disabilities will reach a happy conclusion soon.
If the LNP wins the upcoming State Election, a full-time paediatrician will be based in the South Burnett, Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington pledged on Friday.