A bunch of tired but happy families returned to the South Burnett on Thursday after enjoying a whip-cracking time in western Queensland over Easter.
St Mary’s Catholic College’s top achieving graduates from 2017 returned to the school on Monday to share their study tips with current Year 6-12 students.
The St Mary’s Catholic College Parents & Friends Association handed over a cheque on Wednesday to mark the start of the school’s air-conditioning program.
Normal classes paused at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy on Thursday morning for the official opening of three new buildings at the school.
Nanango author Liz Caffery should be a breathing a sigh of relief following the successful conclusion of the Our Lady Help of Christians’ Centenary celebrations on Sunday.
Nanango’s “Little Cathedral” has released its centenary celebrations program for September 23-24
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.
“Thank you for being a part of my life and for being an important part of my journey.”
Once upon a time about 50 students dazzled parents and friends in Kingaroy with musical renditions of the traditional tale of Beauty and the Beast.
St Mary’s Catholic College is a bit like Dr Who’s Tardis … it’s a lot bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
Things were looking pretty mad at St Mary’s Catholic College on Saturday for the school’s second annual trivia night.
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.
Soprano Calista Walters dropped into Nanango at the weekend ahead of her live concert next Saturday
St Patrick’s School in Nanango was banking on a big night on Saturday night with their Masquerade Trivia Night … and it looks like it paid off.
Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge paid a visit to Durong on Sunday … the first time a Catholic Archbishop has visited the town in more than 50 years.
St Joseph’s School fete is always a big night for Murgon, and this year’s effort didn’t disappoint.
Schools all over the South Burnett have been organising special activities to celebrate Book Week
The fifth annual South Burnett Interschool Equestrian Competition attracted 68 riders when it was held at Kingaroy Showgrounds earlier this month.
Music students from St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy returned victorious from the Queensland Catholic Music Festival at Villanova College, Brisbane, on Saturday.
It’s that time of the year when South Burnett parents get bowled over by all the young talent on show on school stages … on Friday night, it was the turn of St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy.
St Mary’s Catholic College students embarked on a massive under-the-sea musical journey just five weeks ago