A Kingaroy man charged over a fatal hit-and-run on the New England Highway outside Yarraman on Christmas Day in 2017 walked free from Brisbane District Court on Friday.
This year’s Colours Of Yarraman “Tunes On The Track” family day lured locals and visitors alike to Station Park on Saturday afternoon.
The two main days of Yarraman’s annual town festival, the Colours of Yarraman, are on again this weekend.
Toowoomba Regional Council is encouraging residents across the region to nominate groups and people who go above and beyond in the service of others for a 2020 Australia Day award.
Two Yarraman organisations have received funding under the latest round of Toowoomba Regional Council’s Community Grants Program.
The State Government has opened tenders to build new fire stations at Yarraman and Kilkivan
Toowoomba councillors voted this week to run another inspection program during the next 12 months to check dog registrations – and dog and cat microchipping.
Nanango should prepare to welcome a steady stream of tourists in the years ahead, and residents should get used to the idea that many of them will be wearing lycra.
Yarraman residents will face High Level water restrictions from Monday (August 19).
Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting Yarraman and Cooyar residents to celebrate Senior’s Week with a free concert.
Toowoomba Regional Council is encouraging Yarraman area residents to have a chat at a Yarraman Customer Service pop-up centre being run at Yarraman Library on Thursday (July 11).
Yarraman is a town of many mysteries … and one of the biggest is a giant wooden head that’s been located at the Royal Hotel for more than 30 years.
The rollercoaster ride that has marked the recent history of the former DPI Forestry workshop in Yarraman ended in smiles on Friday with the official opening of the new Yarraman Men’s Shed.
Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting Yarraman and Cooyar residents to comment on draft floodplain risk management measures over the next few weeks.
Two Yarraman community groups will benefit from the latest round of Toowoomba Regional Council’s Community Grant Program.
The South Burnett and Brisbane Valley Rail Trails are now connected, thanks to a joint initiative by Nanango’s Heritage Bank and local cyclists.
Hats off to Brisbane Valley Heritage Trails Inc … their latest project has captured all the colour and history of thoroughbred racing in the Brisbane Valley from the 1850s through to 1940.
A driver escaped injury when a loaded B-Double cattle truck overturned on the D’Aguilar Highway between Yarraman and Blackbutt on Wednesday morning.
Yarraman residents are baffled by the recent closure of a major local employer, the Yarraman Pine sawmill in Mill Street.
Yarraman Men’s Shed will be the envy of every other group in the region when they shift into their new premises soon … and it’s all thanks to the Yarraman & District Historical Society and lobbying to save the buildings by local MP Deb Frecklington.
The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail features in a new walking guide launched this week by the Toowoomba Regional Council.
Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting Yarraman and Cooyar residents to have a say on the future shape of their towns at two upcoming workshops being held on March 23 and April 6.
Red tape is hampering Yarraman butcher Bradley Frohloff’s ability to put on an apprentice.
Yarraman residents have been invited to “have their say” in the Toowoomba Regional Council’s biggest safety survey.