The horrific deaths of Brisbane woman Hannah Clarke and her three children at the hands of her estranged husband in 2020 shocked the nation.
The KCCI is encouraging businesses in the Kingaroy CBD to let their imaginations run wild and share in the spirit of BaconFest by entering a street window competition.
Immanuel Lutheran Church in Nanango is sporting a new look, thanks to Heritage Bank Nanango.
Josie’s Biggest Morning Tea, held in Kumbia last week, has raised thousands of dollars for the fight against cancer.
Representatives from 20 community groups went home smiling after the successful applicants for Heritage Nanango’s annual community grants program were announced on Wednesday
Former Kingaroy State High School student Georgia Kerr is now the proud owner of a new iPad to help in her tertiary studies, thanks to the KCCI.
Families affected by the floods in the Burnett earlier this year have been getting a helping hand thanks to BIEDO and two generous Kingaroy flower growers.
Kingaroy Heritage Museum has welcomed the arrival of a large display cabinet for its military display, which is being renovated.
The Murgon Business and Development Association’s inaugural meet’n’greet attracted a hardy crowd of local businesspeople to the Murgon Men’s Shed on a chilly Wednesday evening.
What do fifty people in a tin shed in Kingaroy have to do with Ukraine in 1905?
The COVID pandemic may have led to a long suspension for the South Burnett’s Order Of Australia lunches, but it didn’t spell the end of them.
The volunteer work undertaken by South Burnett Relay For Life organiser Rowena Dionysius has been recognised at this year’s Queensland Volunteering Awards.
Two South Burnett groups are celebrating after securing State Government funding to undertake major lighting projects at their grounds.
A community committee which is organising celebrations for Nanango’s 175th anniversary wants to hear from anyone planning an event in the Nanango district during 2023.
About 40 runners (or walkers) turned out on the South Burnett Rail Trail on Sunday morning for the annual Mother’s Day Classic.
The Bunya Mountains Community Association Inc (BMCAI) recently hosted a special workshop that just might save a life someday, thanks to a grant from the Ergon Community Fund.
Students from Saint Mary’s Catholic College hosted an afternoon tea in honour of Mother’s Day on Thursday.
The recent “Dinner Under The Stars”, hosted by the Kingaroy Men’s Shed, has raised an amazing $8400 for the RACQ LifeFlight Foundation.
South Burnett Care in Kingaroy now has a new multi-purpose home cinema system thanks to a $3000 donation from Rotary.
More than 70 horses and riders from all over South-East Queensland converged on Nanango’s Showgrounds recently for Queensland’s first official Australian National Working Equitation event of the year.