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New Look For Nanango State School

New Look For Nanango State School

Nanango State School P&C is extremely grateful for the support and funding Heritage Bank Nanango has shown us over the years.

TAFE Scholarship Applications Close Soon

TAFE Scholarship Applications Close Soon

South Burnett residents have been encouraged to apply for a $5000 scholarship to study at TAFE in 2018.

Nanango High School<BR> Students Argue The Point

Nanango High School
Students Argue The Point

Nanango State High’s debating team travelled to Kilkivan on Saturday for the Apex Debating Competition

Winter Wonders Take Over Stage

Winter Wonders Take Over Stage

Kingaroy Town Hall was transformed into a “Winter Wonderland” on Friday night for Kingaroy State High School’s annual Flair concert.

Julee-Anne Shares Her Special Skills

Julee-Anne Shares Her Special Skills

Sixteen South Burnett residents took advantage of a special opportunity to learn new singing skills at the weekend when Brisbane-based vocal instructor Julee-Anne Bell visited Kingaroy.

Coding Workshops For Kids

Coding Workshops For Kids

Coding and robotics workshops will be held this week for South Burnett children, parents, teachers and librarians as part of a statewide strategy to encourage more young people to study science and technology at school.

Fudooka Students Soak Up Aussie Culture

Fudooka Students Soak Up Aussie Culture

Kingaroy State High School hosted a friendly farewell dinner on Thursday for 30 students from Japan’s Fudooka High School who have spent the past week at the school.

Region Does Well In NAPLAN

Region Does Well In NAPLAN

St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy has shone in the NAPLAN results released on Wednesday … but all South Burnett schools should be happy with their results.

$250,000 Upgrade For Blackbutt School

$250,000 Upgrade For Blackbutt School

An old, demountable-style classroom block at Blackbutt State School is about to get a $250,000 overhaul.

High School Winery Bottles First Drop

High School Winery Bottles First Drop

The South Burnett’s smallest winery took another important step forward on the weekend when it bottled its first thousand litres of wine.

Class Acts Rock The Stage

Class Acts Rock The Stage

Parents and friends packed into the Maryknoll Centre at Saint Mary’s Catholic College recently for the school’s annual celebration of music and dancing, Rock On Stage.

Nanango Enjoys Apex Victory

Nanango Enjoys Apex Victory

Nanango State High School students have taken out the Senior Final of the local Apex Secondary Schools Debating competition, successfully arguing “that Service Clubs are essential for society to function effectively”.

Careers Market Plants Big Ideas

Careers Market Plants Big Ideas

The annual South Burnett Careers Market attracted at least 950 registered students to the TAFE Queensland South West’s Kingaroy campus on Thursday.

Woolies Brings Back School Stickers

Woolies Brings Back School Stickers

Kingaroy retailer Woolworths has brought back its popular “Earn & Learn” stickers for local schools.

Input Sought On Education Review

Input Sought On Education Review

Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has invited community members to have their say in a review into regional, rural and remote education initiated by the Federal Government.

School Turns Spotlight On Culture

School Turns Spotlight On Culture

The spotlight was on Indigenous culture at Kingaroy State High School on Tuesday as students celebrated NAIDOC with music, bush tucker and a good old-fashioned sausage sizzle.

Mine Fight Comes Alive With Art

Mine Fight Comes Alive With Art

The Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group launched its “385 Alive!” community art project on Friday afternoon, the latest salvo in its campaign to stop Moreton Resources from building an open-cut coal mine near Kingaroy.

Extra Day Off For State Schools

Extra Day Off For State Schools

Queensland State schools will get an extra day of holidays next year because of the Commonwealth Games.

Janita’s Artwork Takes Centre Stage

Janita’s Artwork Takes Centre Stage

When the Queensland Reds take on the Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night, the talents of a Murgon High School student will be on display to the world.

Students Learn Driving Survival Skills

Students Learn Driving Survival Skills

Nanango State High School students learned a very valuable life lesson this week: how to survive on the South Burnett’s roads.

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