Cherbourg Radio, better known as “Us Mob”, has won an award at the prestigious First Nations Media Awards held in Canberra last week.
It’s been 12 long years since local singer-songwriter Amber Goldsmith has released some new music, but the wait looks like it’s been worth it.
Local Lions clubs have thrown their weight behind a Blackbutt fundraiser for drought and fire-affected farmers.
A family has taken over all three galleries at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery in November … but did they all have the choice?
South Burnett Regional Council will fund five arts projects in its latest round of Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grants.
A concert designed to lift the spirits of a community which has been hit in recent years by drought, floods and fire enticed a large number of family groups to gather at Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday night.
It was a real mix of young and old at the official opening of the 2023 Murgon Music Muster on Friday afternoon.
Confident, colourful and creative … this was the face of Cherbourg’s young people on show at the official opening of the community’s new “YAG Shop” on Friday.
The 10th Heritage Waterhole Rocks rock’n’roll festival at Nanango Showgrounds broke a bunch of records at the weekend.
If you were wondering what all the campervans and caravans were doing in Wooroolin at the weekend … they were there for Sue & Geoff’s Country Music Campout!
Artists shared an amazing $8500 in total prize money at the 2023 South Burnett Acquisitive art competition, hosted by the Wondai Regional Art Gallery recently.
Nanango’s annual four-day celebration of everything 1950s, Waterhole Rocks, is taking over the Nanango Showgrounds this week.
Art lovers have less than a fortnight to see one of the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery’s most unusual exhibitions.
It’s been a week for murals in Kingaroy! First the Westlink truck mural was unveiled in Haly Street, and now a bright, new artwork is at the Kingaroy Visitor Information Centre.
Joel Fergie, the artist responsible for the stunning mural in Kingaroy’s Hector Munro alleyway, has been back in town working.
An art exhibition held at Nanango’s Ringsfield House at the weekend had two major aims … to help raise much-needed funds to help the victims of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as help revive the use of the historic house for functions.
Members of the South Burnett Regional Council’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee met in Kingaroy last Saturday to put forward ideas for a proposed arts strategy for the region.
An unusual exhibition casting a spotlight on the creative life of an “ordinary” country woman will be taking over the Kingaroy Art Gallery in October.
South Burnett Musical Comedy Society is keen to pass the love of the stage on to younger generations, which is the aim behind a new production which will debut in Kingaroy on Friday night.
The Ironing Maidens – aka Patty Preece and Melania Jack – are bringing their hilarious “Electro House Wife” concert to Nanango next month, but it’s not all fun and games for the pair.