The South Burnett Show Society stayed close to home for their annual Show Dinner on Friday night … electing to hold the glittering event in the Kucks Pavilion at Kingaroy Showground.
The frosts start arriving after Anzac Day … and so do the tourists, especially the grey nomads from down south searching for warmer climes.
Blackbutt’s Coulson Street was a hive of activity on Wednesday morning as eager Timbertowners rushed to take a look inside the town’s long-awaited – and much-debated – new supermarket for the first time.
The South Burnett Regional Council has announced plans to make even deeper cuts to community funding in a bid to find more money for road maintenance.
A Munduberra artist with long-standing ties to the South Burnett has won the inaugural $2200 David Bryce Rural Art Award.
Organisers are hoping a big crowd will reward their efforts at the third annual Wondai Sprints this weekend.
South Burnett CTC’s annual Family Fun Day attracted more than 600 people to the Kingaroy Youth Park on Wednesday, almost double last year’s big day.
Young Riley Morgan lives just a few doors down from where a tragic fire claimed three lives in Kingaroy a fortnight ago.
Organisers of the third annual Power Up Car Show & Shine And Swap Meet are “rapt” with the results – with 50 cars and 17 motorbikes taking part in the display.
A bunch of tired but happy families returned to the South Burnett on Thursday after enjoying a whip-cracking time in western Queensland over Easter.
southburnett.com.au celebrated a milestone this week: our sixth year since we swapped to a daily news format as well as our 18th year as a locally owned South Burnett business.
Residents living near Adermann Park in Kingaroy are gearing for Round 2 of a stoush with St John’s Lutheran School over the future usage of the park … but the school insists they have nothing to worry about.
Principal Susan Beatty will be taking away a lot of fond memories from her time at Taabinga State School, if her farewell last week is any indication.
It’s just a simple loop made from macadamia wood and recycled plastic – bits and pieces collected off Gold Coast beaches – but the Queen’s Baton created some very special memories for a lot of people in Kingaroy this week.
A large crowd of South Burnett businesspeople gathered on Monday mark to mark the official opening of two new car dealerships in Kingaroy.
The excitement’s building for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games … and today it’s the South Burnett’s turn to celebrate!
The first round of public consultations on the proposed $5 million revitalisation of the Kingaroy CBD revealed a surprise result on Thursday … everyone is keen for improvements to be made in Kingaroy, Alford and Haly streets ahead of the creation of a “Kingaroy Plaza” in Glendon Street.
Murgon needs a funding boost for crime prevention, not a massive 85 per cent funding cut in Neighbourhood Watch services, Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington said on Wednesday.
Murgon showgoers were treated to the perfect rural show at the weekend … beautiful weather, a spruced up showground and plenty of top-class exhibits.
Murgon residents have no chance of getting extra police until after the Commonwealth Games, Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington warned on local radio on Friday morning.
Blackbutt Timbertowners celebrated their first year back in the South Burnett cricket competition by taking a decisive win over Cherbourg on Saturday in the B Grade Grand Final.
Did you catch Jason Ford on TV at the weekend? The well-known Kingaroy resident is not only the South Burnett’s own celebrity chef, he’s also a guru about everything connected to World Expo 88.