Emergency services were called after two vehicles collided at a notorious intersection on the D’Aguilar Highway at Nanango on Wednesday morning.
Did you spot the MiG-29 jet fighter buzzing Kingaroy paddocks at the weekend? Or perhaps the Japanese Zero coming into land?
COVID-19 restrictions over the past 18 months have badly hit the Booie Hall, with events – including its planned 90th anniversary dance last November – cancelled.
Firefighters were called to a machinery shed on fire at Booie on Sunday afternoon.
An elderly pushbike rider suffered minor injuries when he was struck by a vehicle at Booie last week.
Malar-Booie Rural Fire Brigade now has some of the latest communication technology on board, just in time for the official start of Queensland’s bushfire season.
Two men were taken to Kingaroy Hospital after a single vehicle traffic crash on Kingaroy-Barkers Creek Road at Booie on Thursday afternoon.
A male motorbike rider was transported to Kingaroy Hospital in a serious condition after a single-vehicle crash at Booie on Monday afternoon.
Fire crews in the South Burnett were stretched on Thursday with major fires breaking out at Glan Devon and Booie within two hours of each other.
The Kingaroy Aero Modellers will be holding their second annual Open Day this Sunday, October 23, at Booie.
An elderly Kingaroy man has been flown to Nambour Hospital after a collision between a semi-trailer and a 4WD towing a box trailer on the Burnett Highway north of Nanango on Thursday morning.
The Kingaroy Aero Modellers open day will be held this Sunday at Booie … so long as it’s not raining.
The occupants of two vehicles which collided at Booie on Sunday morning were very lucky
A single-storey house in Faulkners Road at Booie was completely destroyed by fire on Tuesday afternoon.
Urban and rural fire crews were called to fight a grass fire burning close to a house in Malar Road at Booie on Sunday afternoon.
The South Burnett’s most iconic restaurant has re-opened its doors after being closed for several months for renovations.
People living in rural areas of the South Burnett will have the opportunity to get out and connect with their neighbours soon, thanks to a $65,000 grant from the State Government’s Department Of Communities.
About 17 rural fire crews attended a large grass fire burning near homes on Malar Road at Booie this afternoon.
Booie Hall hosted a special fundraiser on Saturday for rural charity Care Outreach
Regular dances at the Booie Hall will continue for the time being following a public meeting held on Saturday.