Are you okay? Are you REALLY okay? If not, that’s okay, too. There’s no shame … many people are doing it tough these days.
Member for Maranoa David Littleproud has replied to a petition seeking to amend legislation for the NDIS to be extended to all Australians regardless of age.
A program aimed at “creating hope, creating change and building resilience” is launching in Nanango this week.
Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service Chief Executive Dr Peter Gillies is heading to a new appointment.
As a driver for Centacare in Brisbane, Sam Cristaldi spent many years caring for people with disabilities, picking them up and taking them to the hospital or other medical appointments … now he reckons it should be his turn.
The Darling Downs Health mobile women’s health nurses have clinics planned this month in Wondai, Proston, Kingaroy, Nanango and Blackbutt.
Darling Downs and West Moreton Primary Health Network CEO Merrilyn Strohfeldt has announced she will retire at the end of 2021.
Darling Downs Health is returning to Cherbourg next week to provide more COVID-19 vaccinations for local residents – and there will also be a face-to-face opportunity to ask questions about the vaccines.
Darling Downs Health is reminding local residents that a free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be running in Murgon this week.
“Thank you for your gift of time” … these were the words engraved on a special clock presented to John and Christine Box after they announced their retirement at this week’s Kingaroy Local Ambulance Committee AGM.
Nurse Navigator Kate Trenoweth is a genuine “super hero”, at least in the eyes of a young patient she has been caring for at the Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane.
Does your business or sports club have an AED – an automated external defibrillator – mounted somewhere on a wall?
The first round of the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s SMILE training program has been delivered, and now the business group is inviting more KCCI members to book in.
A Pfizer “super clinic” similar to the one currently operating at Cherbourg will be held in Murgon later this month.
Darling Downs Health has tested 80,125 people for the COVID-19 virus since the pandemic began in 2020, figures released by Queensland Health on Friday reveal.
Anitta Stallwood’s brave bid to raise awareness about spina bifida and hydrocephaly attracted about 125 walkers and runners to the South Burnett Rail Trail on Sunday morning.
A massive fundraising effort by former schoolfriends and rugby league mates at the recent “Shave For Ryley and Ben” night in Kingaroy looks to have raised almost $40,000.
Don’t be alarmed if you see a bunch of people heading off down the South Burnett Rail Trail early on Sunday morning wearing onesies …
A COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine “super clinic” will be running at Cherbourg Hall from August 3-5.
The Darling Downs Health mobile women’s health nurses have clinics planned in Goomeri, Kilkivan, Blackbutt and Kingaroy next month.