The Goomeri Pumpkin Festival committee recently organised for a painted mural which promotes the annual festival to be “refreshed” by the original artist, Willie Nelson.
A special presentation was made at Murgon State High School’s weekly parade on Wednesday to a former staff member who retired recently.
Suncoast Spinners – which runs the wheelchair basketball program at the South Burnett PCYC in Murgon – has a new head coach.
Members of the Wondai and District Garden Club met in the Wondai RSL Meeting Room on August 13 for the group’s 2021 Annual General Meeting.
Bunya Mountains residents are seeking a meeting with Western Downs Regional Council over the development of mountain bike trails in the region.
Kumbia Neighbourhood Watch celebrated its birthday with a special dinner at Kumbia Hall last Saturday … exactly 30 years to the day since it began.
Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy celebrated Catholic Education Week with their annual “Rock On Stage” event in the Mary Knoll Centre last Friday night.
Students at St Mary’s Catholic College have been thinking a lot lately about winter, and how some people find it especially tough.
Kingaroy’s Chloe Plowman will be representing the region during the Brisbane Ekka in August after taking out two titles at the recent South Burnett Sub-Chamber finals.
The centenary of the opening of Soldiers Road was marked on Friday with a special celebration organised by members of the Bunya Mountains community.
Students attending St John’s in Kingaroy will have the opportunity in November to work with one of Queensland’s most exciting contemporary artists.
St Mary’s Catholic College students set five new age records in this year’s annual cross country event.
Well-known Nanango GP Fred Morgan was officially presented on Tuesday with a Medal of the Order Of Australia (OAM) he was awarded in this year’s Australia Day Honours.
Competitors from all over south-east Queensland came to Nanango recently to take part in the South Burnett Working Equitation Club’s first official competition for 2021.
Former Wondai State School students gathered together for a special reunion and dinner recently to mark 37 years since they left the school.
The trials of an amateur theatre group trying to stage a murder mystery where the play’s author keeps changing the script kept a dress rehearsal audience in stitches on Thursday night.
Hey Cherbourg residents! Are you interested in matters that affect young people in the community?
People searching for a unique Mother’s Day gift will have lots to choose from this weekend.
A new Federal Government grant program is encouraging community groups to cut their energy costs and help the environment … but they must act quickly.
The Bunya Mountains Rural Fire Brigade held a farewell for their long-serving Fire Warden Kelvin Quinn and his wife Libby at the brigade’s fire shed last Sunday.