The final Ag Network meeting under current funding arrangements will be held virtually on Zoom on Thursday (July 23).
BIEDO is offering local businesses interested in applying for the State Government’s special COVID-19 grants an opportunity for free one-on-one consultations.
BIEDO have taken over an unused area next to its office in Gore Street, Murgon, and turned it into “The Platform”.
Social media has put the icing on the cake for Kenilworth Country Bakery, a small business that has been operating for less than three years but now has an international reputation.
Kenilworth Country Bakery founder Jenna Sanders will be the guest speaker at a free Queensland Small Business Week event being held in Murgon next Wednesday (May 29).
It’s Queensland Women’s Week, which was a perfect excuse for BIEDO to hold another one of their popular Women in Agriculture days at the weekend.
The Burnett Inland Small Business Roadshow will be bringing a range of business-themed displays to the South Burnett on Tuesday.
BIEDO will be holding a pop-up office at Tableland Hall on Wednesday in a lead-up to its South Burnett Ag Network Forum in the evening.
The Federal Government’s “Special Envoy For Drought Assistance and Recovery”, former National Party leader and Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce, will be visiting Murgon later this month.
Christmas is just a month away – yes, really – so it’s time to start panicking about buying Christmas gifts, right?
The final meeting of the South Burnett Community Agriculture Network for 2018 will be held on November 27 at Maidenwell Hall.
Members of Queensland’s largest grants fund, which has given $2.1 million to South Burnett community groups over the past few years, travelled to Kingaroy last Wednesday to tell local groups how to get even more.
The Mundubbera to Jandowae Roads Working Group – a lobby group formed to push for critical road improvements – has received support from local councils in its campaign to have a major transport route in the western South Burnett upgraded.
The South Burnett Community Agriculture Network will be holding its next meeting at Wooroolin’s Memorial Hall on August 27 to discuss vegetation management.
South Burnett political leaders were taken on a “listening tour” of some of the region’s businesses on Monday by the Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO).
BIEDO, in conjunction with the South Burnett Regional Council, has organised a free digital workshop to be presented in Nanango next week to help South Burnett businesses navigate their way through the digital landscape.
Friday (April 13) is the last chance to for local primary producers to book into the next South Burnett Community Agriculture Network meeting.
BIEDO – the Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation – has been awarded a $468,000 Federal Government grant for their latest project, “Inclusive CommuniTIES – Stronger Together”.
A new working group has been formed to pressure the State Government to upgrade two vital transport links in the South Burnett.
The Kilkivan Great Horse Ride Festival is no more … from next year the iconic event will be known as the “Kilkivan Horse Ride Festival”.