Wakka Wakka people from all over Queensland gathered near Maidenwell on Tuesday for a special ceremony that reunited people with their land and heritage.
It was an all-South Burnett U12s final at Wondai’s massive Mini-Mod Carnival on Saturday, with Nanango emerging triumphant after a long day of junior footie fun.
What’s the most important thing to do when playing rugby league? That’s the question the three Walters brothers posed to their young fans when they dropped in for a mini-training session at Kumbia on Friday.
It is almost unbelievable to think the tragedy of war has again struck Murgon’s Tiernan family … Sydney nun Philomene Tiernan, in Europe for the recent Dodewaard commemorations, was on board Malaysian flight MH17 which exploded mid-air over eastern Ukraine last night.
Kingaroy Lions Club member Marj Argue is making a “spectacular” effort to help people all over the world improve their vision.
Work began yesterday on a $2.5 million upgrade at Proteco in Kingaroy which will see the creation of a specialist edible oil refinery, the only one of its kind in Australia.
There was something for everyone at the Nanango Show Society’s “Lifestyle Weekend” at the showgrounds … enough to tempt anyone interested in a country “tree change”.
It’s a long way from Kingaroy to the beach, let alone the Olympics but Taliqua Clancy has her eyes set on the prize … and her family couldn’t be prouder.
Local knowledge paid off at Saturday’s Wondai Races with trainer Norma King – and the Duff name – dominating.
They may only be small, but Kingaroy Hospital’s latest gifts are not only worth big dollars, their value is going to priceless to local mums and their bubs.
Josh Arthur has done it again … taking home the South Burnett Speedway Club’s Champion of Champions award at the club’s annual trophy dinner for the second year in a row.
With the cold weather biting, it could be easy to forget the South Burnett is still gripped with drought, but thank goodness there are some very good people in both the city and country who haven’t forgotten …
Cherbourg’s NAIDOC celebrations were kicked off in a spectacular fashion with the official opening on Monday of the Ration Shed’s new Play The Ball exhibition.
The South Burnett’s 2014 Citizen of the Year, John Box, was farewelled at Ergon Energy on Friday morning after more than a 40-year career with the organisation.
It’s a fairly common sight to see gliders soaring above Kingaroy Airport, but did you know how far they can travel? Would you believe Victoria?
Kingaroy’s Girl Guides have had their faith in humanity restored with offers to help pouring in to fix their vandalised meeting hut.
Once a month a group of “angels” gathers at the Kingaroy RSL Club, needles in hand, to knit, and knit, and knit (and crochet).
Back in 1989, Graham and Melody Black bought a little farm machinery business in Kingaroy … it was “very, very small”.
Judges had a tough job on Saturday selecting the entrants who’ll be representing the South Burnett at the Brisbane Exhibition in August.
A special Cultural Day was held at Murgon State School on Friday to mark the official dedication of the school’s Parent Group Building to two great local men: the late Joe Button and his mate, former Murgon mayor Bill Roberts.