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Cherbourg Wellbeing is one of of four groups in the Wide Bay electorate which will receive funding under a Federal Government program aimed at helping businesses transition to the NDIS.
Graham House in Murgon will be hosting a DrugARM family and community expo on February 5 designed to provide information to people who are supporting others with drug or alcohol problems.
A new committee has been set up to help solve health service “delivery challenges” in the South Burnett.
The much-publicised collapse of “Yellow Wiggle” Greg Page on Friday night in Sydney has emphasised the importance of having basic CPR skills – and defibrillators – out in the community.
Nominations are being sought for the Board of Directors for the South Burnett Community Hospital Foundation Limited (SBCHF).
The Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation of Councils has called on the State Government to fund a campaign to eradicate dengue fever mosquitoes from Murgon, Wondai, Goomeri and Cherbourg
The winners of the Name the Crane and colouring-in competition, celebrating the installation of the tower crane at the Kingaroy Hospital redevelopment site, were announced this week
Defibrillators are becoming more common around the South Burnett – thanks to the generosity of local organisations such as Rotary – but would you be confident enough to use one in an emergency?
A meeting is being held in Proston on Wednesday (December 11) to discuss the possible formation of a mental health peer support group in the town.
Australian researchers say peanut allergies could become a thing of the past if breakthrough research from the University of South Australia develops a radically new way to vaccinate people against the potentially life-threatening condition.
A temporary Child Development Clinical Nurse Consultant has been hired by the Darling Downs Child Health Service.
Fines for illegally parking in spaces reserved for people with disabilities will double from $266 to $533 under changes the State Government plans to introduce next year.
An Office of Rural Health is being set up by the State Government as part of a Queensland Health shake-up to improve health services.
Primary school students in the South Burnett have been invited to take part in a “Name The Crane” and colouring-in competition to mark the recent installation of a tower crane at the Kingaroy Hospital redevelopment site.
Queensland’s Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young has withdrawn a whole-of-community smoke warning but has urged people to remain vigilant while fires continue to burn across the State.
South Burnett residents have been urged to take precautions to minimise their exposure to smoke.
The smoke from so many bushfires in southern Queensland has prompted an alert from Queensland Health.
Residents from Proston and surrounding areas have been invited to attend a special workshop organised by Darling Downs Health on November 12.
A Kingaroy doctor is in the running to win a prestigious national medical award.
A site in Kingaroy has been named as one of more than 60 PFAS-contaminated places in Queensland.
Speak up, reach out for help … these are the messages that the South Burnett Suicide Prevention Working Group is trying to spread during Mental Health Week.
The drought has been blamed for a sharp rise in the number of people coming into contact with dead or dying bats.
South Burnett residents have been invited to help shape the future of maternity care at the new Kingaroy Hospital.