St Mary’s students whipped the opposition into shape at the recent Queensland Whipcracking Titles held at Clifton.
The outdoor movie held in Wondai’s Coronation Park on Thursday night enchanted its audience of young and old fans as the magical tale of the princess with the ice-cold touch unfolded on the big screen.
Months of fund-raising by the Murgon community – spearheaded by the Murgon Rotary Club – paid off on Wednesday morning with the arrival of a new bus at Southern Cross Care Castra.
Seven years ago something special happened in Canberra that many people believed would never occur … the Prime Minister said “sorry” to Aboriginal Australians.
South Burnett and Darling Downs police have charged 19 people with 45 offences following a co-ordinated series of drug raids across the region last week.
Centre parking will begin to disappear from Nanango’s Drayton Street in the middle of next month when work begins on the final section of the town’s CBD upgrade.
Last year RACQ CareFlight flew 167 missions into the South Burnett … helping to save the lives of everyone from new-born babies and injured farmers to snakebite victims and car crash casualties.
There’s one day a year when it’s almost mandatory to enjoy pancakes … Shrove Tuesday, better known as pancake day!
There’s always something magical when you head out to the Ironpot Hall on Reef’n'Beef night.
The Wondai Hotel was packed on Friday night with South Burnett residents eager to help raise money to equip a new Wondai P-9 school library.
UnitingCare has thanked shoppers for their generosity after their annual Christmas appeal in Kingaroy raised $250 in vouchers and more than 340 gifts.
The focus on women in sport has shifted to football with the first of three “Pink Soccer” days planned for the South Burnett held in Kingaroy on Sunday.
Wondai’s Army Cadet Unit has shaken off fears that it may have to disband, hosting a successful open day at its HQ on Sunday.
A group of keen women are ready to take on one of the last bastions of male pride in the South Burnett … Australian Rules football.
Two Murgon artists have won the backing of the South Burnett Regional Council’s RADF committee for an art project of a kind they say has never been undertaken anywhere in the world.
Parents, children, friends and Councillors gathered at the Wondai Kindergarten on Thursday afternoon to officially open the Kindy’s new renovations.
A very special get-together was held in Yarraman at the weekend … a send-off for truck drivers who lost their jobs in December in controversial circumstances after a change in contractors at Tarong Power Station.
A television crew came to Kingaroy on Monday to capture something a little bit unusual … cooking a pig in a “pig” and peanuts in a peanut patch!
The two local LNP candidates – Deb Frecklington (Nanango) and Jeff Seeney (Callide) – have been safely re-elected at Saturday’s Queensland election, defying a statewide trend which has seen a massive swing to the ALP.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has unveiled a key election promise … $250,000 funding to establish a South Burnett “Clubhouse” in Kingaroy to help improve the lives of people with mental illness.