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.
A new tourism partnership between the South Burnett Regional Council and the Visit South Burnett local tourism organisation already appears to be bearing fruit.
After sharing digs with the local ambos for the past 27 years, Yarraman firefighters finally have their own base, right in the heart of town.
Senior Constable Samantha Giles has done something no other police officer has done before in the South Burnett . . . been nominated for the prestigious Joy Kite Award.
The glittering gowns and stylish suits were there, and the smart cars were there … but COVID-19 meant the crowds were missing at St Mary’s Catholic College’s annual formal.
Just a few months ago the idea that making colourful face masks could be a great fundraising idea would have seemed ludicrous.
South Burnett Regional Council will reduce its standpipe water prices from $10 to $6 per kilolitre for potable water – and $5 per kilolitre for non-potable water – until December 31.
Nanango Race Club’s Spring race meeting on Saturday was full or surprises … and one of the biggest was the size of the crowd that packed Lee Park.
Shoppers who have popped into Linard’s Floral and Bridal Centre in Kingaroy over the past eight years would have noticed Sarah Butcher working away busily in the background.
The South Burnett’s formal season kicked off in style on Friday night with Nanango State High School students rolling up to the school auditorium for their special night.
RU OK Day was marked with less activities than usual in the South Burnett on Thursday because of COVID-19 … but the important message was still front and centre.
Nanango businesswoman Jane Erkens has released a video protesting the South Burnett Regional Council’s recent decision to lift standpipe water charges by 150 per cent.
The public will have the chance to view and comment on final plans for Kingaroy’s CBD revitalisation project later this month.
Who would have thought that simply riding a pushbike – admittedly for a gruelling five days – could eventually raise $65,000 for the fight to find a cure for cancer?
You’ve heard of blue poles? Well, how about adding some pink, violet, orange, yellow and green poles as well?
Kingaroy Art Gallery’s big open day on Saturday has been cancelled but the Kingaroy Arts Team is keen to let everyone know you can still drop by on any weekday.