On Friday night, the culmination of four years work by historian Liz Caffery will be unveiled … a special book that aims to ensure the memories of Nanango’s World War I soldiers and nurses are never forgotten.
Kingaroy Art Gallery was buzzing on Saturday morning with one of the biggest crowds seen at an exhibition opening at the venue for years.
There was some sizzling action – and the weather was pretty warm, too – at Kumbia’s annual “Flemington In The Bush” Cup Day races on Tuesday.
Murgon’s big celebration of country music is over for another year after a huge weekend at the South Burnett PCYC.
The Coverty Creek Community Development group has launched a campaign to extend the South Burnett Rail Trail from Murgon to Proston.
He’s in the NRL Hall Of Fame, he’s captained Australia, Queensland and the Broncos, he was known for his on-field aggression … but on Wednesday all Gordon Tallis wanted to talk about was family.
Numbers at Nanango’s fifth annual Halloween street party were slightly down this year, but organisers were actually feeling relieved.
Three-time grand champions Heather and Neville McNalty had a surprise for Yarraman residents who gathered at the Memorial Hall recently to congratulate the winners of the 2018 Colours of Yarraman gardening competition.
Goomeri residents came out in force on Saturday afternoon to support the inaugural Goomeri Gourmet Event and Twilight Markets.
Cherbourg’s new $15 million wastewater treatment plant was officially opened by the State Government’s “Champion For Cherbourg” Dr Anthony Lynham on Thursday morning.
Rockers at this year’s The Waterhole Rocks in Nanango enjoyed a surprise on Friday night … a star turn on stage by Vicky O’Keefe, daughter of Aussie legend JOK.
Members of the South Burnett Ratepayers Association and other Durong residents quizzed Councillors and senior staff on Monday evening in one of the fieriest of the South Burnett Regional Council’s recent round of nine “listening tours”.
Racegoers enjoyed perfect Spring weather at Wondai’s annual Caulfield Cup meeting on Saturday.
BlazeAid volunteers have hit the ground running, beginning work on storm-affected farms in the Coolabunia area on Wednesday.
Representatives from a string of South Burnett community groups gathered on Tuesday afternoon to discuss how to support the BlazeAid camp which is being set up in Kingaroy in the wake of last Thursday’s destructive storms.
Lives Lived Well has moved into bigger and better premises in Kingaroy … which is both good and bad news for the South Burnett.
Kumbia stonefruit growers Teresa and Lindsay Francis are the face of Thursday’s wild storms in the South Burnett … losing more than $2 million worth of crops in the matter of just a few minutes.
South Burnett farmers and property owners have been left counting the cost of a series of storms which crossed the region on Thursday.
It’s not every day that ratepayers break out into spontaneous applause when councillors discuss roadworks … but it’s been a long wait for Logan Street residents.
Cherbourg Council has taken over responsibility for the town’s radio station following a $580,000 investment by the Federal Government.
Drought had looked to be the main risk for Yarraman’s annual town festival, “The Colours Of Yarraman”, but on Saturday it was rain that had organisers worried.
Nanango police took it to the track on Saturday for their third annual road safety day at South Burnett Kart Hire.
The Queensland State Gliding Championships at Kingaroy Airport wound up on Friday night with a celebration dinner and presentation of awards.
Okay … it’s time to get serious and start voting! Time is running out for Kingaroy’s Big Peanut to become Australia’s “Next Big Thing”.