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Artists Resign<BR> From RADF Committee

Artists Resign
From RADF Committee

The SBRC will have to recruit new faces to its RADF committee following the resignation of two members

Music And All That Jazz

Music And All That Jazz

South Burnett residents enjoyed a posh evening of orchestral music and fine dining at the Kingaroy Town Hall last Saturday night.

Council Cuts Deeper Into Arts Program

Council Cuts Deeper Into Arts Program

The South Burnett Regional Council announced on Wednesday it will make further cuts to its Regional Arts Development Fund.

Book Chronicles Church’s Centenary

Book Chronicles Church’s Centenary

A new history of the “Little Cathedral In The Bush” by Nanango historian Elizabeth Caffrey seems certain to become an essential addition to any South Burnett history collection.

Country Muster Takes Over Nanango

Country Muster Takes Over Nanango

Nanango’s 15th annual Country Muster officially got underway on Friday but as proof of just how popular the annual event is, visitors began arriving at the showgrounds on Monday.

Bellringers Coming To Kingaroy

Bellringers Coming To Kingaroy

A Brisbane-based community handbell ensemble which is celebrating 10 years of music making will be coming to Kingaroy on Tuesday, September 26.

Singers Celebrate South Burnett

Singers Celebrate South Burnett

Sing Australia Kingaroy is no more … but don’t panic, it’s now Sing Australia South Burnett!

They’re Off To See The Wizard!

They’re Off To See The Wizard!

The South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s exuberant and innovative production of ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ will open at Kingaroy Town Hall this Friday night (August 18).

Culture Train Coming To Murgon

Culture Train Coming To Murgon

Murgon will be hosting musicians from India, Africa, Spain, Nepal and Bolivia next week when Culture Train’s 2017 regional music tour pays a visit.

Lee’s Back From The Bush

Lee’s Back From The Bush

Tickets have gone on sale for country legend Lee Kernaghan’s one-night performance in Kingaroy in October.

New Exhibition A Sign Of The Times

New Exhibition A Sign Of The Times

August’s exhibition at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery was officially opened on Friday night, and most people agreed it was a sign of the times … quite a few of them, in fact.

Steve Spreads His Wisdom

Steve Spreads His Wisdom

Well-known nature photographer, author and publisher Steve Parrish shared some tips and tricks with South Burnett photographers at the weekend as the first part of the Kingaroy Concerned Citizens’ Group 385 Alive! anti-coal mine campaign.

Julee-Anne Shares Her Special Skills

Julee-Anne Shares Her Special Skills

Sixteen South Burnett residents took advantage of a special opportunity to learn new singing skills at the weekend when Brisbane-based vocal instructor Julee-Anne Bell visited Kingaroy.

Photography Competition<BR> Celebrates Region’s Heritage

Photography Competition
Celebrates Region’s Heritage

The South Burnett and Cherbourg On Show long weekend festival will have a new attraction this year – a photography competition offering prize money for the winners.

A Chance To Make A Difference

A Chance To Make A Difference

The 20th annual ABC Radio Heywire competition is now open, calling on people aged 16-22 to share a story about life in regional Australia for the chance to win a spot at the Heywire Regional Youth Summit in Canberra.

Comedy Night Will Help Dance Students

Comedy Night Will Help Dance Students

Students at the Kingaroy Dance Academy have been working hard for the past four months to raise funds for a dream trip to the USA … and on Saturday night they want to make you laugh.

Three Days Left To See Exhibitions

Three Days Left To See Exhibitions

Art lovers only have a few days left to see the second half of the Queensland Winter Craft Festival at the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery.

New Award For Leah

New Award For Leah

Murgon-born actor, playwright and director Leah Purcell has won another award.

Moreton ‘Praises’ KCCG Art Project

Moreton ‘Praises’ KCCG Art Project

Moreton Resources has “praised” the Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group’s 385 Alive art project, telling the ASX it is a tribute to the company’s rehabilitation of its former underground coal gasification site.

New Fence Is A Work Of Art

New Fence Is A Work Of Art

Drivers on Bowman Road in Blackbutt have witnessed the creation of a new piece of public art over the past few weeks.

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