There was plenty of emotion – plus some very enthusiastic musical performances – when the Murgon RSL Sub-Branch celebrated its centenary in Murgon Town Hall on Saturday night.
Nanango should prepare to welcome a steady stream of tourists in the years ahead, and residents should get used to the idea that many of them will be wearing lycra.
A takeaway food outlet, a community information centre and a good quality secondhand store are three of the most popular choices for new shops in Proston’s CBD.
The Bunya Highway was blocked near Murgon on Saturday night after a B-double loaded with bales of sugar cane mulch crashed into trees and caught on fire after striking cattle on the roadway.
A “quiet opening” planned for the new $64 million processing facility at Swickers Kingaroy Bacon Factory turned into a morning tea for more than 200 people at the complex on Friday morning.
The South Burnett Community Fun Day – a fundraiser for the LifeFlight Foundation – is on the move again … this time Nanango will be playing host!
Murgon businesses may face a recession as bad as one they faced in 2007-2008 when many had “For Sale” signs in their windows.
A one-month residency at Namibia’s national art gallery was a dream come true for artist Shan Wood.
Aussie children’s author and poet Steven Herrick triggered some genuine “laugh out loud” moments when he visited St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy on Friday.
Waiting times at Cherbourg’s Containers For Change Container Refund Point have been slashed following the installation this week of a new counting machine at the facility.
The first sod was officially turned on Wednesday at the site of the new Qantas Group Pilot Academy at Wellcamp Airport.
A “crazy idea” to buy a large slice of Proston’s CBD became reality last week when a community group acquired ownership of seven shops in Blake Street
Saturday’s Nanango Cup race meeting drew the biggest crowd seen at Lee Park so far this year … and also one of the most unusual.
If you’re wondering what was happening at the Kingaroy peanut silos on Sunday night, the light show was all in the name of art
It was a proud – but sad – day for Cherbourg residents when Jeffrey “Mitta” Dynevor was inducted into the Queensland Boxing Hall of Fame.
Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham paid a return visit to the Cooper’s Gap Wind Farm on Thursday to inspect progress on the site.
The South Burnett has picked up two major awards at the regional finals of the Queensland Training Awards, held in Gatton on Friday night.
A Container Refund Point to fill the recycling gap left by the closure of the Re.Turn-It Express branch at Lifeline will open in Kingaroy in September.
Fundraising for the South Burnett Relay For Life committee’s 2019 campaign received a massive kick-along on Saturday night with the annual Dinner With The Captains in Kingaroy.
Lots of memories – and many stories – were shared in Cherbourg on Saturday with the official opening of the Domo Exhibition in the historical precinct.
More than 450 people from all over south-east Queensland travelled to Moore on Saturday for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see one of the region’s oldest buildings up close.
The weather was perfect for this year’s family-friendly Murgon Rail Trail Festival on Sunday, and Murgon’s community groups turned out in force to support the event.
The Sunshine Coast Falcons confirmed their stranglehold on the QRL Intrust Super Cup on Sunday, trouncing Norths Devils in the match-of-the-round televised live from Nanango.
Sunny skies are predicted for Sunday which will be good news for the organisers of the second annual Murgon Rail Trail Festival and Marathon.