The Bunya Highway has re-opened to normal traffic following a fatal traffic crash earlier the evening.
Police have warned senior citizens to be more vigilant as con artists become increasingly sophisticated at targeting this often vulnerable demographic.
A 66-year-old Blackbutt woman was transported to Kingaroy Hospital with a broken wrist after a nose-to-tail crash occurred on Tuesday evening on the D’Aguilar Highway at Coolabunia, near the Peterson Drive roadworks.
Police officers in the Nanango electorate – which extends from Kilcoy to Wooroolin and south to Crows Nest – were assaulted more than 430 times during 2010-11.
Police have closed Phase 2 of “Operation Juliet Tangent”, a year-long investigation into the activities of a significant organised crime group involved in the manufacturing and trafficking of drugs across Queensland.
A publican’s son who turned to drug dealing after he fell out with his father was sentenced to 18 months’ jail when he appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates Court last week.
A parolee charged after police allegedly located an illegal drug lab in Kingaroy in January was fined $400 when he re-appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates Court court last Thursday (August 16).
The Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection is warning people to look out for snakes as warmer weather is making the reptiles more active.
Police detected more than 50 traffic offences during “Operation Barracuda” on the D’Aguilar Highway on Friday night.
Queensland drivers are finding their car’s security is most at risk while parked at home, according to RACQ Insurance.
Police are investigating a fatal traffic crash that killed two women this afternoon at Booubyjan.
A woman charged under two names with a string of offences had “run off the rails” after her father was murdered, Kingaroy Magistrates Court was told yesterday.
A joyride in a stolen car 15 years ago – when he was just 15 years old – has finally caught up with a local man.
SES volunteers from across the South Burnett gathered in Nanango last night for a combined training exercise to improve their skills in the use of GPS equipment.
A man charged with torture after allegedly tossing petrol on his de facto wife, and then walking towards her while flicking a cigarette lighter, was refused bail when he appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates’ Court this morning.
Police have charged a 16-year-old girl after an incident at Cherbourg last night that left a woman with facial injuries.
A 52-year-old man riding a motorcycle was seriously injured in a crash on the D’Aguilar Highway earlier today.
Defendants found guilty of offences in the Supreme, District and Magistrates courts will soon have to pay an “offender levy”, regardless of whether a conviction is recorded.
The South Burnett Police-Citizen Youth Club’s Friday Night Live project looks set to continue into the future following the success of the initial six-month trial.
A proposed collaboration between the AGL Action Rescue Helicopter and CareFlight NSW has the potential to improve patient outcomes, increase safety and training for crews, and enhance the delivery of regionally-based helicopter services, according to a spokesman for the Queensland-based service.