Members of the “Kingaroy Needs A Big Peanut” committee met South Burnett Regional councillors and Council staff on Thursday morning to discuss possible locations for a planned sculpture.
South Burnett Regional Council has voted to go ahead with a controversial expansion of the Kingaroy Transformation Project despite fears of a budget blowout.
The possibility of an extra $2.1 million being spent on Kingaroy’s CBD transformation project – taking the total cost to $13.6 million – has alarmed some South Burnett councillors.
South Burnett Regional Council met with Bunya Mountains community stakeholders on November 5 to discuss mobile communication shortfalls in the area.
The sacrifices of veterans from all wars – but in particular World Wars I and II – were commemorated at Remembrance Day services across the South Burnett on Wednesday morning.
Motorists startled by the sight of 10 red “postie” bikes chugging along local roads in recent days could be forgiven for wondering what had caused the sudden rush on mail deliveries …
The “Pinking Up the South Burnett” promotion to promote the McGrath Foundation received a helping hand earlier this week through the generosity of local residents’ efforts to recycle.
If the threat of more storms – and the State Election – weren’t scary enough on Saturday, it was also Halloween.
A teenager has been issued with a string of traffic tickets after a three-vehicle crash on the D’Aguilar Highway at Coolabunia on Saturday.
RSPCA’s annual Cupcake Day – or should that be Pupcake Day? – was held on Monday across Australia.
The crew members from Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council’s Containers For Change recycling depots are celebrating after they picked up two major awards on Friday.
South Burnett Regional Council will buy a building in Kingaroy’s CBD so it can create an access lane between the Glendon Street car park and Kingaroy Street.
When the South Burnett Times announced earlier this year that it would “stop the presses”, the thoughts of many local residents turned to history which they feared could be lost.
People interested in enrolling in a TAFE course next year can find out what’s on offer without having to leave their homes.
Five local community groups will be sharing nearly $100,000 from Round 105 of the State Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
Emergency services were kept busy with three crashes in the South Burnett on Wednesday.
The Show Societies Grants Program provides financial support for operating costs associated with conducting annual agricultural shows, and costs towards the construction and maintenance of showground assets.
Toowoomba Regional Council took out the “Large Employer Of The Year Award” at the Queensland Training Awards (Darling Downs South West Region) announced on Friday morning.
The public will have the chance to view and comment on final plans for Kingaroy’s CBD revitalisation project later this month.
Three people were transported to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition after a crash involving three vehicles on the D’Aguilar Highway at Kingaroy on Monday afternoon.