Donated in Janet’s honour

Some of Janet Skinner’s books were donated to South Burnett libraries. Jim Skinner presented the late Janet Skinner’s books to the South Burnett libraries...

Pumpkin-dress to impress

To get into the pumpkin spirit, why not dress to the theme of pumpkins, as some did at the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival. One of...

Aussie trivia and wallaby stew on the menu at Kumbia Hall

Kumbia Memorial Hall was the scene of a lively community meal Friday night, May 31, complete with wallaby stew, echidna meatballs and Kumbia kobbler...

Nanango parkrun reaches 200th milestone

Nanango parkrun reached a significant milestone on Saturday, holding their 200th parkrun. Kicking off at 7 in the morning, runners, walkers, and dogs took...

Cobbo misses out on Origin 2

Cherbourg's Selwyn Cobbo has missed out on a spot for game two of the State of Origin series, but Slater says Cobbo will wear...

CBRL’s junior game day

The North Burnett's future rugby league legends took to the field at Eidsvold earlier this month in an action-packed junior game day. The Central Burnett...

Go the SheWolves

The mighty SheWolves will march into this weekend’s grand final as a unified pack. Wondai Proston Wolves ladies’ A-Grade side are the 2024 Minor...

Keegan reaches a Saints milestone

The South Burnett Saints hosted a home game over the weekend, with one of their players reaching a significant milestone in their AFL journey....

Cobbo celebrates birthday Origin win

Cherbourg's Selwyn Cobbo excelled during Game 1 of the 2024 State of Origin series, coming off the bench early on to help carry the...

A fresh, independent voice for Nanango

OPINION BY JASON MILES Jason Miles, a dedicated local and staunch advocate for Christian conservative values, is proud to announce his candidacy for the...

Wong runs for Senate

Duke Wong is an independent party running for Federal senate, who is visiting towns across Queensland, to listen to the voices of everyday people....

Hit and run info appeal after homes lose power

Police are appealing for public assistance after a vehicle caused a number of homes to lose power. Police will allege that on Sunday, 9...

Free donuts on Donut Day

It was National Donut Day last Friday, and Donut King was giving away free hot cinnamon donuts all day. On Friday 7 June, in...

Bursary honours elder’s legacy

WARNING: This story features the names and images of people who have passed away. Reader discretion is advised. The Queensland Government has launched a new...

Time to say goodbye to 3G for good

We’ve extended our 3G network closure by two months to allow people more time to upgrade their devices. We will close our 3G network...

Two injured after Booie crash

UPDATE: Two people were injured following a two-vehicle crash at Booie this afternoon. Paramedics, firefighters and police attended the crash at the intersection of Kingaroy Barkers...

UPDATE: Serious two-vehicle crash at Durong

A patient was airlifted after a serious two-vehicle crash at Durong on Monday morning. The two-vehicle crash occurred around 9am near the Mundubbera-Durong Road...

Nanango house fire: ‘Large volume’ of smoke

A large volume of smoke is currently in the Nanango area due to a house fire. Emergency services arrived at a house fire on...

Woman injured in crash

A car crash occurred last night at Wattle Camp. Queensland Ambulance Services were called to a crash last night, Sunday 16 June at 6.16pm,...

Matilda waltzes towards her dreams

Matilda Ackinclose, a passionate dancer, has waltzed her way to success by completing her Certificate IV in Dance. Dance has been a constant thread in...

Road reseal kicks off

The North Burnett Regional Council has welcomed the start of the first stage in a government-funded four-year project to seal and widen sections of...

A fresh, independent voice for Nanango

OPINION BY JASON MILES Jason Miles, a dedicated local and staunch advocate for Christian conservative values, is proud to announce his candidacy for the...