Rains Came, Crowds Remained

Rains Came, Crowds Remained

Wet weather and a chilly morning could not deter South Burnett residents turning out in force at Anzac Day commemorations across the region on Monday.

Three Hurt In Crashes

Three Hurt In Crashes

Three people have been transported to hospital after separate crashes on South Burnett roads at the weekend.

Australia Day Events Press Ahead

Australia Day Events Press Ahead

Pandemic fears or volunteer shortages scuttled most South Burnett community Australia Day events but two that pressed ahead were at Hivesville and Wondai.

What Am I Paying Rates For?

What Am I Paying Rates For?

A Hivesville man whose wife requires reliable property access in case of a medical emergency has slammed a Council decision to postpone action on upgrading his road for at least six months, and possibly forever.

Council Backpedals On Hivesville Plan

Council Backpedals On Hivesville Plan

A plan by the Hivesville Progress Association to redevelop the village’s disused railway yards has been questioned by two South Burnett councillors who believe the group may not have met since February.

Quad Rider Injured

Quad Rider Injured

A man has been airlifted to hospital after the quad bike he was riding flipped and landed on him near Hivesville on Tuesday afternoon.

Farmers Seek To Lease Rail Land

Farmers Seek To Lease Rail Land

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.

Bottle Tree Marks A Tragedy

Bottle Tree Marks A Tragedy

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.