Things were looking pretty mad at St Mary’s Catholic College on Saturday for the school’s second annual trivia night.
Education Minister Kate Jones confirmed on Friday that Queensland State schools would withdraw from the NAPLAN online testing trial this year.
A funeral service will be held on Monday at St John’s Lutheran School for long-serving employee Lyle Schmocker
Applications have opened for this year’s round of National Council of Women of Queensland bursaries
Bookings have opened for this year’s famous Kumbia Brain Drain and tickets are apparently selling fast …
Kingaroy State High School P&C president Robert Postlethwaite has welcomed last week’s State Government announcement of $4.5 million funding for a new school hall.
When Esther Kinyanjui approached Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington to help her son Edwin get back into school, the local MP realised urgent action was needed.
Year 10 girls from four South Burnett schools should be feeling just a little bit more confident following workshops held this week to coincide with Queensland Women’s Week.
Kingaroy-based Wards Electrical has been awarded a State Government contract to perform maintenance at four local schools.
Local families can help their children excel at school thanks to a new website launched by the Federal Government this week.
Kingaroy State High School welcomed its newest generation of young leaders last week when it held its annual student investiture ceremony.
Year 9 student Isla Airs has proven she’s very handy with a stockwhip after taking out the Queensland junior whipcracking title.
It’s not every day that a South Burnett resident gets to share a Valentine’s Day date with a national celebrity … especially when the date involves running 15km when most people are still asleep.
When Robyn Logan and Shane Robinson took over the Wooroolin pub last July they cooked up a “grand” plan to try to make a difference in the small town.
Three students from St Mary’s Catholic College will be singing and dancing their way along the yellow brick road after landing parts in an upcoming production of “The Wizard Of Oz”.
A Family Fun Day organised by St Mary’s Catholic College P&F drew a crowd of about 400 people to the college’s grounds on Saturday afternoon, despite the heat.
A funeral service will be held on Thursday for former Kingaroy State High School teacher Tony Cush who died on Saturday.
Road users are being reminded to take extra care in school zones with Queensland students returning to class.
Former Year 12 St Mary’s Catholic College student Hannah Mallett went to Harvey Norman computers in Kingaroy on Thursday to pick up a new computer … and it was on the house.
The original St Patrick made his famous journey from Britain to Ireland in the 5th century … Nanango’s version has now made almost as important a journey, although a lot more recently!