Old home movies shot between 1955 and the 1970s attracted a large crowd to the Proston Community Hall on Saturday evening.
The former campaign manager for South Burnett councillor Scott Henschen has been granted bail with strict conditions after an hour-long hearing in Murgon Magistrates Court.
Wooroolin’s team of auxiliary firefighters have at least one very good reason to welcome their new $1.57 million fire station.
A management plan for the future of Nanango’s Ringsfield House will be debated at the South Burnett Regional Council’s June Community standing committee meeting.
It’s a been a big week for the Murgon Mustangs rugby league club … volunteers have been kept busy organising guests and special events to raise awareness about domestic violence.
Murgon is the place to be on Saturday for rugby league with a huge day planned to coincide with the return of the Stanwell 9s competition.
Crowds at this year’s Burrandowan Races were down due to COVID restrictions, but racegoers just seemed happy the traditional event could go ahead after last year’s cancellation.
southburnett.com.au invited Mayor Brett Otto to respond to criticism made on Monday by former South Burnett mayor Keith Campbell.
Students from four South Burnett high schools – either on their L-plates or about to be – went through a special road safety program this week aimed at cutting down the number of teenage crashes.
Keen motorbike riders – all fans of the Austrian KTM marque – roared into the South Burnett last week as part of a six-day “Adventure Rallye”.
Former mayor Keith Campbell has quizzed current mayor Brett Otto over the South Burnett’s finances and the recent decision not to call in outside consultants to cast “fresh eyes” over Council’s balance sheet.
In December 2012, a motor vehicle crash on the M1 Motorway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast claimed five young lives and orphaned a 15-month-old toddler.
Frustration over the number of young people killing themselves – and drug use in the community – spilled over at a public forum held at Cherbourg on Tuesday afternoon.
Visitors gathered under overcast skies on Sunday afternoon at the Moore-Linville Cemetery to honour a special pioneer of the district.
Overall numbers at this year’s Kingaroy Show were up on 2019, which has Show Society president Craig Lucas feeling pleased.
Kingaroy Show will be back bigger and better than ever this weekend!
A special morning tea was held at Kingaroy’s ambulance station on Thursday morning to farewell long-serving paramedic David Bruce.
Crime trends in the South Burnett are actually “pretty good”, the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce’s April Meet’n’Greet was told on Tuesday night.
The grandstand at Wondai Showgrounds will be demolished soon as the first step in a long-term Council project to carry out a major upgrade of the showgrounds’ facilities.
Any suggestions Anzac Day commemorations are losing public support were blown away in the South Burnett on Sunday.