A bomb hoax wasn’t enough to stop today’s TYME (Today’s Youth In Music Education) music festival from going ahead at the University of Southern Queensland.
The Nanango Race Club awarded an Honorary Life Membership to long-time member Kerry Mercer at its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday night.
Emergency crews had to cut an injured woman free from her wrecked car after a single vehicle crash near Widgee yesterday afternoon.
A new Kingaroy hospital is still a key priority for the State Government, but it’s just a matter of finding the $70-$80 million necessary to get the job done.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery is anticipating wall-to-wall crowds on Friday, October 3.
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South Burnett residents have been invited to enter an art competition to help mark Mental Health Week.
The youngest children in the South Burnett will have more help to learn what they need to succeed at school, with $132,753 over four years given to local libraries as part of the State Government’s Best Start initiative.
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Where have all the children gone?
Rebecca Sullivan’s family gets a lot of fun from the Cherbourg mobile library.
The Nanango and District Kindergarten hosted a South Burnett wine tasting tour last year as a fundraiser, and it turned out to be such a success they’ve decided to do exactly the same this year, too.
Veteran Murgon bush balladeer Viv Kehl has died after collapsing on stage during a performance on Sunday.
The bushland around Cherbourg will be “on show” over the South Burnett & Cherbourg On Show long weekend when the local trail riders club invites visitors to join them for a 30km ride.
Yarraman’s Progress Association Chairman Joe Stimpson was all smiles when he delivered his annual report at the association’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday night.
The South Burnett Youth Concert Band will be joining more than 3000 primary and secondary school students at the University of Southern Queensland on Thursday for this year’s TYME Festival.
The Yallakool Tourist Park on the foreshores of Bjelke-Petersen Dam will be packed with hundreds of keen fishermen over the October long weekend.
Roadworks will begin in Haly Street, Kingaroy, tomorrow (September 16) to repair the road surface damaged by last week’s broken water main.
Kingaroy Christmas Carnival is struggling to find enough sponsors and volunteers for this year’s event
Cherbourg’s Yurri Muntha Cafe will be adding an indigenous cooking touch to the South Burnett and Cherbourg On Show long weekend.