Signs warning that the speed limit is now 40km/h have been erected at the entrances to Goomeri.
Former teachers from Coolabunia and Goomeri State Schools have been awarded Order of Australia Medals in the 2023 King’s Birthday Honours List.
Cattle were killed – and others badly injured – in a B-Double truck rollover near Cooyar on Tuesday morning.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has repeated a plea to have flood warning gauges installed along the flood-prone Boonara-Nangur Creek system.
Goomeri P-10 School’s P&C has received a welcome $2000 boost from the CRT Primary Schools Program.
A woman aged in her 20s suffered minor injuries in a crash at Coolabunia on Tuesday morning.
Two RAAF aircraft will be doing flyovers at some of the local Anzac Day commemorations on Tuesday.
Three South Burnett community groups have gained a total of more than $35,000 in grants from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal’s (FRRR) Strengthening Rural Communities program.
The sun shone brightly on Goomeri’s 83rd Show on Saturday, and if the number of entrants in the Showgirl and Rural Ambassador competitions is any indication, the show also has a bright future!
Ratepayers in the western part of the Gympie Regional Council area could get a shock when their latest land valuation notices arrive in the mail.
Kingaroy businessman Richard Mason is angry his $15,000 advertising trailer was stolen from beside the D’Aguilar Highway on Sunday night, and despite the alleged thieves being spotted several times since, the trailer has not yet been found.
Fourteen local groups will share almost $410,000 in funding thanks to the latest round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
Tansey resident Rachael Lehmann has been presented with the inaugural Australia Day “Resilience Award” from Gympie Regional Council for her work during the region’s flood recovery efforts last year.
Goomeri and Kilkivan businesses could be missing out on thousands of dollars in extra sales each week because Gympie Regional Council is neglecting to maintain its portion of the Kilkivan to Kingaroy Rail Trail.
Two men, aged in their 30s, suffered minor injuries in a single-vehicle crash near Goomeri on Friday morning.
Firefighters could do little to save a highset house in Goomeri which became engulfed in flames in the early hours of Tuesday.
South Burnett ex-service organisations have received almost $20,000 in funding from the State Government’s Anzac Day Trust program.
Two people have been injured in separate highway crashes on Monday morning.
Gympie police are asking the public to keep an eye out for a homemade trailer stolen from Barambah.
Goomeri will be joining the Gympie Region’s 2022 Studio Trail for the first time this year.