People who do their shopping in Nanango between October and December this year will be able to treat their family or friends to free rides, food and drinks on New Year’s Eve.
A torrential downpour that struck parts of the South Burnett on Saturday night may have led to a slightly lower than usual turnout at the annual Maidenwell Bush Dance … but guests who braved the weather were rewarded with a great night out.
The faces behind the bar at Wondai’s Warana Hotel are definitely not ugly … but they’re eager to prove they’re U.G.L.Y.
Taabinga State School’s Sports Hall was packed on Sunday for the first International Sports Karate Association (ISKA) sponsored tournament held in the region.
The Wondai Wolves have earned a spot in the A Grade Rugby League Grand Final – and a week off – after holding on to beat Cherbourg in the Major Semi-Final played on Saturday afternoon.
Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale gave councillors, would-be councillors and local businesspeople a huge pep talk at Friday’s Mayor’s Charity Breakfast in Kingaroy.
The Wondai Show Society kicked off its annual Show celebrations a week early on Wednesday night with the judging of Miss Wondai Showgirl and Junior Rural Ambassador for 2015.
Have you ever wanted to have a go at flying a model plane? Then the Kingaroy Aero Modellers Society has a special day planned for you later this year.
The Last Post sounded over three towns on Tuesday to recall the sacrifice of the 521 Australians who died during the Vietnam War.
It’s taken five years, two floods and a drought to get there, but Boondooma Homestead’s annual “Scots In The Bush Festival” could finally be said to have arrived this year.
The Wondai Wolves have added the 2015 President’s Cup to their trophy cabinet after a bruising encounter with the Cherbourg Hornets in the A Grade rugby league match played on Saturday.
South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann has not given up hope of finding an operator to take over the South Burnett Private Hospital so premature talk of a “Plan B” for the building has made him mad.
Wooroolin Lions Club has come up with a novel way to raise funds and have some fun … and they hope they’re going to be “swamped” with participants.
Firefighters have been unable to save a Queenslander which became engulfed in flames on Wednesday evening in Yarraman.
Two waterbombers were called in to help control a large grassfire burning in the Coolabunia-Hodgeleigh area on Wednesday afternoon.
A floor-to-ceiling painting of a river system in the Northern Territory’s MacDonnell Ranges, as viewed from the air, was the centre of attention at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s August exhibition opening on Friday night.
After last year’s weather forced Nanango’s Medieval Fayre to take cover in the Cultural Centre, Saturday’s sunshine had everyone smiling.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has confirmed the Hope Dairies project in the South Burnett is “on hold”.
Life-saving debrillator devices were given to 10 South Burnett organisations as part of $409,000 in funding grants announced by the Heritage Nanango Community Branch at the weekend.
A new supermarket could open on the current site of the Blackbutt Memorial Hall by as early as December next year.