Three Kingaroy men have been charged following an alleged incident in Kingaroy on Monday afternoon.
Police are warning shoppers to beware of online scams in the lead-up to Christmas.
Three people have been charged with drug-driving offences after separate police operations over the weekend.
A Local Fire Ban will come into force in the South Burnett, Cherbourg, Gympie and North Burnett council areas at 11:55pm on Monday night.
Two people have been injured in a collision at the same Woolooga intersection where six people were hurt on Friday.
Two rescue helicopters were called to help patients after a serious collision at Woolooga on Friday morning.
A 13-year-old boy has been charged with multiple break-and-enters and vehicle stealing offences after an incident in Murgon on November 20.
Two people have been charged – and police are hunting for a third – after a drugs raid in Kingaroy on Tuesday.
Two teenage boys have been charged with a variety of offences after a break-in at a Murgon business on November 18.
A Taromeo man has lost his licence for six months – and been fined $1245 – after he was caught speeding at Hivesville.
Fire crews battled to contain a large fire burning in rough terrain at Maidenwell on Monday.
A Mazda T4000 truck burst into flames in Murgon in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Police believe a medical episode led to the death of an elderly man involved in a single-vehicle crash near Cooyar on Friday evening.
Three helicopters were called in on Saturday morning to assist firefighters tackling a bushfire burning in rough country near Coomba Waterhole at Maidenwell.
A man was airlifted to hospital after being shot on a private property at Proston on Friday evening.
Four Murgon men have been charged after a motorbike and a box trailer were allegedly stolen from separate addresses between 1:00am and 2:00am on Thursday.
A fire which badly damaged the Nanango Men’s Shed late on Thursday night is being treated as suspicious.
Police have charged a man with drug and firearm offences following a traffic intercept in Murgon on October 31.
Investigations are still continuing into an incident which occurred at Ryke Fuel in August in which an employee was struck and dragged by a stolen car.
The latest effort by the Kumbia Neighbourhood Watch group to lock down number plates should leave a few more would-be thieves empty-handed.