South Burnett sporting clubs have been urged to get in their applications as soon as possible to the State Government’s COVID SAFE Active Clubs Kickstart program.
COVID-19 restrictions have dashed hopes a junior soccer competition could go ahead in a restricted form in the South Burnett this year.
A cool and damp morning wasn’t enough to stop a brave bunch of cyclists from completing the Brissie To The Bay ride on Sunday … only they weren’t in Brisbane!
Almost 40 runners visited Nanango on Sunday morning to try out the track that will be used for a new running festival.
The South Burnett Rugby League’s 2020 season – for both junior players and seniors – has been officially cancelled
Hopefully Nicole Vuille, 29, will soon saddle up her first winner.
Gyms will be able to open their doors for more than 20 people if they comply with a Fitness Industry COVID Safe Plan.
The State Government is encouraging sporting organisations to start planning for the potential re-start of sporting activities through the “Queensland Return to Play” initiative.
Australian long-distance running legend Ron Grant will be the official ambassador for a new running festival which will debut in the South Burnett on April 3 next year.
One very pleasing upside of Mothers Day this year was that folk were permitted to travel for family celebrations.
A “toolkit” has been launched which aims to help community sporting clubs and associations develop a path to competition as COVID-19 restrictions are eased.
It wouldn’t be Mother’s Day without runners donning outrageous pink outfits to raise vitally needed funds across Australia for cancer research
COVID-19 restrictions may have kept tourists out of the South Burnett, but the lockdown has turned out to be an unexpected winner for the South Burnett Rail Trail.
Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio has paid tribute to legendary Australian jockey Darby McCarthy OAM who died on Wednesday aged 76.
Apparently the words favour and grace are two meanings of Hannah, a name with Hebrew origins.
Despite the reduced opportunities, South Burnett players are attending to their cash flows
The South Burnett’s footy codes are keen to kick off again as soon as life returns to normal post-COVID-19.
At present, horse racing (and life in general) is a little akin to the trials and tribulations weathered by jumps jockeys.
Former State of Origin and Australian centre Willie Tonga has urged all his friends and former teammates at Cherbourg to stay safe during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
South Burnett race clubs will be taking an enforced break over the next two months – and possibly longer – due to COVID-19.