Proston Golf Club has had an amazing makeover thanks to the generosity of a bunch of hard-working volunteers from the Mapleton Men’s Shed.
Proston’s former Shepherd Memorial Church of St Peter has been put on the market by the Anglican Church.
Proston’s inaugural Healthy Living Forum was a big success on Saturday … and there was also a big surprise for one of the organisers.
The focus will be on healthy living in Proston on Saturday with a special expo at the Town Hall.
The future of the Proston Bowls Club will be debated at a special meeting this Wednesday night (September 5).
A funeral service will be held in Murgon next Monday (September 10) for well-known and well-loved former Proston, Kingaroy and Murgon resident Irma Close.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services has issued an Advice alert in relation to a bushfire burning near Parishs Road at Okeden, just north of Proston.
One of Proston’s most baffling mysteries was finally laid to rest on Wednesday when the remains of Charles Shepherd were reinterred at Proston’s cemetery.
It was a big night for the Nanango Show Society on Saturday … not only did they host the annual dinner for South Burnett show societies, but their entrants were also selected to represent the region at this year’s Brisbane Ekka.
The Sunshine Coast-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter was called into help a young girl after she fell playing hide and seek at a property near Proston on Sunday afternoon.
Proston business couple Nick and Anita Blanch didn’t take home a major prize from the 2018 WFI Insurance Small Business Achiever Awards on Friday night, but they’re not unhappy.
An unusual Anzac Day project paid off on Monday when Proston QCWA members presented a cheque for $1500 to Legacy.
Proston looks set to have a new annual community celebration following the success of the Easter Parade and Proston Regatta on Saturday.
RACQ LifeFlight rescue helicopters have been called in three times so far this Easter long weekend to the Manar Park off-road recreational park at Boondooma.
The Proston Show was “blessed with kind weather, green grass and a good range of exhibits” … these words from Federal MP Ken O’Dowd at the official opening summed up Saturday’s 60th annual show very nicely.
Proston’s Community Hall was studded with former Miss Proston Showgirls when the Proston Show Society held a 1960s-themed Show Ball to celebrate the era of go-go dancers and flower power.
Brisbane nurse Micaela Conroy helped to spread Christmas cheer in the South Burnett this year with the help of some local volunteers.
Proston traders opened their doors on Saturday night to welcome in late-night shoppers heading towards the new-look and relocated Christmas Carnival.
Storms caused havoc in several parts of the South Burnett on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Community Health Nurse Kathy Crane has teamed up with Proston Library and the local ambulance service to help improve the health and well-being of some of the Proston’s smallest residents.
Visitors who use Proston’s new free caravan parking area will soon be able to enjoy something truly unique in the South Burnett.
A funeral service will be held on Friday for former Wondai Shire councillor and well-known Proston identity Gordon Buchanan.
Proston’s famous footpath ficus plant is no more … local residents watched in stunned disbelief – and some with anger – as the hardy plant was given the chop on Monday.
For the past four weeks Proston residents have been able to enjoy something people in most other South Burnett towns take for granted: going to a local cafe to enjoy a good cup of coffee and a slice of freshly-baked cake.