A patient was transported to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition after a single-vehicle crash on the Burnett Highway on Monday.
The recent bushfires in the Jimna area burned dangerously close to the historic Jimna fire tower.
HQ Plantations will continue to monitor a bushfire burning near the township of Jimna.
The historic Jimna Fire Tower – the subject of multiple protests by local residents for more than a decade – will have $1 million spent on it by the State Government during 2018-19.
Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party has joined the protest to save the Jimna Fire Tower from demolition
An elderly man has been airlifted to hospital after a head-on collision on the Kilcoy-Murgon Road near Jimna on Tuesday.
The group trying to save the Jimna Fire Tower say “people power” is the key to its preservation
The Jimna Forest Action Group (JFAGI) – who are agitating for the restoration of the Jimna Fire Tower and its eventual re-opening to the public – claim there are “serious anomalies” in the current assessment process for the tower.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington is seeking community feedback on the latest structural report into the Jimna Fire Tower.
A father and his young daughter, both injured in a motorbike accident, were flown in separate helicopters from Murgon Hospital on Thursday evening.
The Jimna Fire Tower Action Group Inc – the group agitating to have the 47m tall wooden fire tower reopened as a tourist attraction – believes the project may be back on track.
JFAGI plans to approach Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne to save Jimna’s fire tower from demolition
The action group fighting to have the Jimna Fire Tower repaired and re-opened to the public say that “new information” has come to light which should help their cause.
Officers from the Kingaroy Stock and Rural Crime Investigation Squad are appealing for help from the public to find an ATV stolen from near Jimna last year.
The State Government is spending more than $1 million on upgrades to the Peach Trees camping area in the Jimna State Forest.
The 47m tall Jimna Fire Tower – which was built in 1977 and is claimed to be the tallest man-made wooden fire tower of its type in the southern hemisphere – is continuing to attract controversy.
A man lost in bushland for several hours near Jimna was located and rescued by the AGL Action Rescue Helicopter yesterday.