Eighty young riders gathered at the Kingaroy Showgrounds on Thursday for the third annual South Burnett Equestrian Challenge.
KSHS’s annual “Flair” concert filled the town hall with proud parents and friends on Thursday night
There’s a bunch of would-be “computer nerds” in the South Burnett who are proving you’re never too old to learn new skills.
The State Government today unveiled its “Queensland Plan” vision for the next 30 years which includes a proposal to double the population of regions outside South-East Queensland.
The Endeavour Foundation – and the South Burnett – will lose a remarkable woman at the end of August when Hazel Patterson retires from her role as head of Kingaroy Kitchen and the Endeavour Biscuit Factory.
The prestigious XXXX Gold/Carrollee Hotel Nanango Cup will be just one of the highlights at Saturday’s Nanango Races.
A decision to hold a Casino Night to raise funds for this year’s Heritage Nanango Mardi Gras has paid off for Nanango’s Mardi Gras Committee.
Three school representatives from Nanango electorate will represent the region at the upcoming Education Accord Summit to be held in Brisbane on September 25.
The mothballed Unit 4 unit at Tarong Power Station is back up and generating electricity
The Kingaroy Netball Courts are getting a makeover courtesy of a local work-for-the-dole project
The annual South Burnett Careers Market is on again next week, but it’s not just for schoolkids
The State Government will allow landholders to buy 1080 baits through local rural supply stores in an effort to step up the fight against pest animals, Agriculture Minister John McVeigh announced today.
Cherbourg’s effort to help lift the nation’s school attendance has taken the next step.
The Nanango community kicked off the town’s official World War I centenary commemorations with a special night at Ringsfield on Friday.
A request to lower the D’Aguilar Highway speed limit through Yarraman to 50km/h has been rejected
Every Monday a group of keen craftspeople gather at the Town Common Hall in Kingaroy to stitch and knit.
Fifty staff members from three local schools recently enjoyed a sumptuous Christmas In July dinner
Karen Croke began knitting a few clothes for Brisbane’s needy more than eight years ago.
Ergon Energy Retail has switched to new tariff rates without the carbon price, effective from July 1.
A Memorial Mass to celebrate the life of Sr Philomene Tiernan will be held on Saturday, August 23, at her former school, Stuartholme, in Brisbane.