Two community organisations – one in Goomeri, the other in Kilkivan – will share in Gympie Regional Council’s latest round of community grants.
A 78-year-old man was killed in a cycling crash on the Wide Bay Highway on Saturday morning.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington wants to know when the State Government plans to upgrade Kilkivan-Tansey Road and the Running Creek Bridge on Brooweena-Woolooga Road.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) has imposed a local fire ban for some North Coast residents.
Gympie MP Tony Perrett and his wife Michele have been revealed as the property owners who located a 58-year-old man who had been missing in the Tansey area since January 6.
Robert Weber – who went missing near Kilkivan on January 6 – has been found alive and well by a local property owner.
Police have suspended the search for missing man 58-year-old Robert Weber
A woman has been airlifted to hospital in a serious but stable condition after a horseriding accident near Kilkivan.
Three South Burnett associations have received grants under a special supplementary round of the Federal Government’s Volunteer Grants scheme.
A $1.8 million QFES tri-service complex was opened in Kilkivan in September … now all it needs is a few more firefighters!
Police are seeking help from people who travelled along the Wide Bay Highway between Goomeri and Kilkivan to Gympie on Sunday (October 25).
After sharing digs with the local ambos for the past 27 years, Yarraman firefighters finally have their own base, right in the heart of town.
Fire crews have contained a large vegetation fire burning west of Kilkivan.
A large grass fire burning near Kilkivan has prompted a warning to motorists on the Wide Bay Highway.
The State Government has started work on a $1.8 million upgrade of Coppermine Creek Bridge on the Kilkivan-Tansey Road, west of Kilkivan.
Kilkivan State High School has been named as a Regional Winner in the 2020 Education Queensland “Showcase Awards For Excellence”.
A men’s shed project at Kilkivan will receive just over $55,000 from the latest round of the “Tackling Tough Times Together” program.
Goomeri’s swimming pool, which has been closed since January, will receive a $509,000 upgrade to ensure it reopens in time for this year’s swimming season.
Goomeri and Kilkivan could prove to be the big winners from the State Government’s latest Works For Queensland council grants round.
A new Telstra base station has been switched on near Kilkivan, improving local mobile phone coverage and safety for motorists on the Wide Bay Highway.