Farmers who want to sub-lease rail corridor land between Murgon and Proston should pay for it, according to the South Burnett Rail Trail Users Association.
Farmers along the Murgon-Proston rail corridor have asked the South Burnett Regional Council to grant them a 17-year sub-lease to prevent a rail trail being built between Hivesville and Proston for a generation.
Any suggestions Anzac Day commemorations are losing public support were blown away in the South Burnett on Sunday.
Hundreds of motorists would drive past the bottle tree on the corner of Hivesville’s Memorial Park every day, but few would have any idea why that tree is there.
The South Burnett Regional Council will seek Federal Government funding to build the Proston-Hivesville Rail Trail and upgrade the Coolabunia Saleyards.
Work could begin soon on preparing a business case for the Barlil Weir, Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd said on Thursday.
South Burnett Regional Council has doubled down on its decision to raise the cost of standpipe water by almost 150 per cent, despite community outrage from some affected consumers.
A barbecue hosted by the Mondure Rural Fire Brigade on Friday night provided an opportunity for community members to air issues of concern with the South Burnett Regional Council.
Murgon detectives have charged four people after raids targeting cannabis production in Wondai, Stonelands, Hivesville and Wooroonden.
A 13.4km rail trail between Proston and Hivesville could cost an estimated $2.2 million to build but would inject about $786,000 a year in the Proston-Hivesville economy, according to a new study
Hivesville residents went into bat for breast cancer on Sunday at their inaugural Pink Stumps Day cricket match.
A life-long desire to run a country pub and a lucky Google search have seen a trio of women move up from the big smoke to take over running the Hivesville Hotel.
Hivesville will get a standpipe in the near future to assist residents in the district who rely on tank water.
Reaction to the South Burnett Regional Council’s draft Sport and Recreation Plan was swift on social media
While Wooroolin may have stolen some of the focus this year because of its celebrity visitors, Anzac Day was still marked with big crowds – and great solemnity – all throughout the region.
Santa had to skip Hivesville’s Christmas Carnival this year, but he sent along a popular stand-in
After failing to draw any bids when it was put out to tender in June, Hivesville Hall has a new owner.
The South Burnett Regional Council’s call for tenders for the sale and/or removal of Hivesville Hall has failed to attract any interest from potential buyers.
South Burnett residents turned out in towns big and small throughout the region on Anzac Day to honour the sacrifice of Australia’s war veterans.
The South Burnett Regional Council will be putting Hivesville Hall on the market.