The red carpet was rolled out at the 7th Big Screen Festival in Nanango on Friday night for the special guest star, actor and comedian Magda Szubanski.
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is celebrating a big birthday! It’s been 20 years since the simple idea of small groups of people getting together to host a morning tea became an important fundraiser for the Cancer Council.
The South Burnett Regional Council is bringing the Australian stage production of “Calendar Girls” to the South Burnett next year.
Local businesspeople, council representatives and other community leaders were invited “behind the fence” at the Meandu coal mine this morning to hear an update on operations by Stanwell representatives.
Can you think of a better way of celebrating Mother’s Day than getting up at the crack of dawn on a chilly morn and running 8km? Or maybe walking a leisurely 4km?
A surprise evening shower failed to put a dampener on this year’s Burrandowan Picnic Races, which celebrated its 91st birthday on Saturday.
About 180 students from eight local schools gathered at Kingaroy State High School on Thursday to test their science skills in the annual University of Newcastle Science and Engineering challenge.
South Burnett ratepayers could soon be paying an extra $200 a year on their annual rates bill to fund road repairs.
Eleven students from Nanango State High School took a two-hour lunch break today, but no one minded
The demolition of Kingaroy’s old ambulance station last month to make way for a new $3.6 million complex has brought back memories for one of the area’s longest-serving ambos.
A record crowd, a record sideshow alley and record entries in photography, cooking and Lego … all in all, the 106th Kingaroy Show at the weekend was a record-breaking success!
The joint will be really jumping … and Kingaroy’s Mitch Holt is one of the thrillseekers who’ll be keeping visitors on the edge of their seats at the 106th annual Kingaroy Show this weekend.
The South Burnett’s annual Red Shield Appeal officially kicked off yesterday morning in Kingaroy … and who best to do it, than one of the region’s best-known and most-talented footballers?
Those QCWA ladies are a crafty lot … and they’re very keen to pass on their skills! The QCWA’s Gympie – South Burnett Division held its biannual handcraft school in Murgon over the weekend.
South Burnett CTC – the not-for-profit organisation that seems to be involved in so many parts of life in the South Burnett – is celebrating its 30th birthday.
“It was the best show we have ever had! Everything was just excellent … and the gate was way up on previous years!”
A sudden vacancy in a key role just two weeks before opening night hasn’t put a dampener on the Nanango Theatre Company’s latest production, “Lesser Evils”.
Punters welcomed the return of Anzac Day racing to Wondai today with a good crowd in the betting ring, and exciting racing on the track.
Former Nanango firefighter Col Kowitz retired three years ago but he hasn’t been forgotten by his colleagues.
A fundraising morning tea on Saturday at Accents Restaurant in Kingaroy produced a happy outcome for young couple Jesika and Derek Richards.