This year’s Colours Of Yarraman “Tunes On The Track” family day lured locals and visitors alike to Station Park on Saturday afternoon.
The South Burnett’s population has continued to decline over the past year, according to the latest population data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
An extraordinary gift to the people of Proston by South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff has gained Statewide recognition.
The 2019 South Burnett Relay for Life campaign has raised an “awesome” amount for the Cancer Council of Queensland … at least $111,000 and counting
The two main days of Yarraman’s annual town festival, the Colours of Yarraman, are on again this weekend.
The Maidenwell Community Group aims to “save a life” with its annual Maidenwell Post Rip weekend … and they did it again this year, handing over a cheque for $12,500 on Sunday to the LifeFlight Foundation.
An Australian film shot in Murgon and Cherbourg in 1927 using local residents as extras will get a rare public screening at Barambah Station next month.
Speak up, reach out for help … these are the messages that the South Burnett Suicide Prevention Working Group is trying to spread during Mental Health Week.
Celebrated Hivesville artist Shannus O’Sullivan has works hanging in collections in Asia, Europe and America … now two of his evocative pieces are in the South Burnett Regional Council’s permanent collection.
The South Burnett Regional Council will conduct a feasibility study into extending the South Burnett Rail Trail from Murgon to Proston.
Wondai Showgrounds played host to 80 young cattle enthusiasts during the recent four-day Queensland Limousin Youth Camp.
The former Wide Bay Burnett Electricity Board building in Kingaroy, which has stood vacant for many years, is again buzzing with life.
Several South Burnett towns enjoyed a buoyant real estate year, according to research company CoreLogic.
Murgon’s Queensland Dairy Industry Museum is one of the South Burnett’s hidden gems although it often misses out on the limelight the region’s other features attract.
Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe lapped up plenty of local government praise when he officially opened Wondai’s renovated library and customer service area on Friday morning.
Kingaroy’s new Container Refund Point – the spot where you can drop off cans and bottles for a 10 cent refund – will open on Tuesday.
The volunteers at the Murgon Dairy and Heritage Museum are working hard this week in the lead-up to Saturday … their biggest day of the year.
Meet the new King and Queen of Inverlaw! Joseph Coppo, from Nanango, and Emily Schwarze, from Ellesmere, earned the titles at the recent Inverlaw Ball.
The South Burnett’s popular Wine and Food In The Park festival in Kingaroy will not be held next year.
Fans of Proston’s NB Inspirations Department Store were saddened last month when they learned the highly regarded nine-year-old business was closing down.
Nanango State High School student Summer Millard is striding out ahead of the pack … literally.
Astill’s Electrical Services has celebrated its 10th birthday by taking out the Queensland Medium Employer of the Year trophy at the Queensland Training Awards in Brisbane.
The 2019 Blackbutt Avocado Festival had everything on Saturday … from parachute jumps and a parade, to budgies, postripping and lots and lots of visitors.
Ava go at this! Would you like a chance of winning $1000 by simply rolling an avocado? Then you’d better get on down to Blackbutt this Saturday!