What's On In The South Burnett Today?

Volunteers Add Some Art

Volunteers Add Some Art

Growing The Burnett’s training area at Memerambi is getting a colourful makeover

Drainage Problems ‘May Be Solved’

Drainage Problems ‘May Be Solved’

Council hopes that drainage problems at the Memerambi housing estate will be solved soon

Calling All Would-Be Horticulturalists!

Calling All Would-Be Horticulturalists!

Growing The Burnett Inc has started a 10-week training course for budding horticulturalists

$66,000 Grant For Horticultural Trainees

$66,000 Grant For Horticultural Trainees

A plan to form a food hub in the South Burnett that could create hundreds of jobs over the next five years took another step forward this week.

Memerambi School For Sale

Memerambi School For Sale

The former Memerambi State School will be put up for sale after the South Burnett Regional Council today turned down an offer from the Department of Natural Resources and Mines to buy it for $215,000.

Former Councillor Remembered

Former Councillor Remembered

A funeral service will be held on Friday (January 4) for former Kingaroy Shire councillor Ian Wren who died on Christmas Day.

Speed Cameras Coming In 2013

Speed Cameras Coming In 2013

Gympie Traffic Police have identified a number of possible speed camera sites across the South Burnett, the SBRC’s Traffic Advisory Committee has been told.

Mowing Sparks Grass Fire

Mowing Sparks Grass Fire

Firefighters from Kingaroy and Wooroolin quickly brought under control a large grass fire at Memerambi this afternoon which was close to homes and the former Memerambi State School.

Memerambi Homes ‘Not For Refugees’

South Burnett Regional Council has felt moved to scotch widespread rumours – or conspiracy theories – that have been floating around for some time that new homes being built at Memerambi are intended to house refugees.