Last week’s aerial search for the missing Dragon bi-plane cost the AGL Action Rescue Helicopter about $200,000, CEO David Donaldson revealed today.
It’s not unusual to see fund-raising groups around the South Burnett offering to wash your car on a Saturday morning but this particular effort at the weekend was a little bit special …
The crowd at the Heritage Community Branch Nanango races – held as a prelude to next week’s big Mardi Gras festival – enjoyed some exciting finishes as well as the warmest of Spring weather
It was a surprise that Alison Iszlaub didn’t see coming when she turned up to support the annual South Burnett Regional Council Art Competition at Wondai Gallery.
The new South Burnett On Show October long weekend festival looks set to be repeated after a successful debut last weekend.
We don’t know how many lives Pixie the puss used up today in Kingaroy … but we do know she enjoyed a big dose of luck.
The tiny St Faith’s Anglican Church at Mondure celebrated a big anniversary at the weekend with former parishioners travelling from all over the South Burnett and beyond for its centenary.
The Campaign4Chloe fun day in Kingaroy on Saturday has raised an impressive $6296 to help provide for the youngster’s future needs.
Outback Joe’s all set to go missing … but never fear, the UAVs are here! This is the fifth year that Joe’s gone missing somewhere near Kingaroy, and the fifth time that unmanned aerial vehicles have been despatched from around the world to find him.
Police officers from across the South Burnett gathered at the Kumbia Anglican Church this afternoon to honour fallen colleagues on National Police Remembrance Day.
More than $75,000 was presented to South Burnett community groups at Council’s inaugural Community Assistance Funding presentation night.
South Burnett tourist operators are hoping for sunny skies this weekend to help launch Queensland’s new mini-holiday.
Entries are starting to roll in for Nimué Gallery’s unusual Motors In Motion art competition.
The new October long weekend is being held this coming Saturday, Sunday and Monday… and so is the very first South Burnett On Show festival.
Packed into some quiet offices in Murgon’s Lamb Street is a service which everyone seems to agree has been having a positive effect on people’s lives but it appears to be facing the axe in December because there’s not enough dollars in the State coffers to run it.
Pupils from Crawford and Wooroolin State schools joined with students at Tingoora this morning to celebrate NAIDOC Day.
There’s been some dire predictions recently about a hellish bushfire season ahead of us … but not if the local rural fire brigades can help it.
A brightly dressed crowd of 50 art buffs crowded into the Kingaroy Art Gallery last Saturday afternoon for a “Mad Hatters Tea Party”.
SBRC Mayor Wayne Kratzmann pledged tonight to keep the South Burnett branch of the Emergency Services Cadets going if the State Government doesn’t reverse its decision to close the program down.
It’s not often that you can say that a Mongrel stole the show … but that’s what happened on Saturday night when a Mongrel of a tractor (a “bitzer” made of a hundred different parts) took centre stage at the 2012 Tractor Tattoo spectacular.
Their fans call them the “Mighty” Cherbourg Hornets … and the team lived up to the nickname in Saturday’s Rugby League grand final played at Nanango.
Rehearsals for Saturday’s Tractor Tattoo spectacular were in full swing in Kingaroy this evening.
Are you ok? That was the question on everyone’s lips as they sipped coffee at 20 venues throughout the South Burnett
If you spotted 90-year-old Paul Tunn in Yarraman you wouldn’t guess the amazing stories this quiet ex-teacher could tell you …