Bullcamp Rural Fire Brigade is one of a number of local brigades which have benefited from a program run by the Heritage Bank Nanango.
Poultry breeders who compete at the Nanango Show and members of local bird breeding associations who meet at Nanango’s Showgrounds will be now able to take advantage of a greatly improved facility.
Year 10 students from Saint Mary’s Catholic College recently took part in work experience opportunities across the South Burnett.
The inaugural Bunya Mountains Dinner Under The Stars – organised as a fundraiser by the Bunya Mountains Community Association Inc – was a sellout on Saturday night.
A heavy rainstorm couldn’t stop the Goomeri & District Show Society from honouring five new Life Members in a special ceremony on Thursday night.
Year 9 and 10 STEM students at Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy have been working on solutions for common problems faced by farmers.
Kingaroy Junior Cricket Association is upgrading the nets at the River Road Park cricket oval in Kingaroy.
A Year 12 student at Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy will take the first steps to carving out a career on the stage after he graduates this year.
Ghouls, goblins, ghosts, zombies – and even a couple of dinosaurs – took to the streets on Sunday night for the now-traditional Halloween celebration in Little Drayton Street, Nanango.
Current and former players, sponsors, supporters and friends packed Taras Hall recently to celebrate the 40th birthday of Nanango’s soccer club.
A six-month restoration of a “doctor’s buggy” by the volunteers at the Murgon Men’s Shed has brought memories flooding back for a local farming family.
The Rotary Club of Kingaroy has unveiled the 2022 edition of its popular annual calendar which – this year – highlights the South Burnett’s unique architecture.
Proston will work to become a Dementia Friendly Community after a recent workshop raised awareness of just how widespread the condition is likely to become over the next few decades.
The Nanango Soccer Club is now the proud owner of a new brushcutter, thanks to sponsorship from the Heritage Bank Nanango.
While some Ekka competitions did not go ahead in 2021, the “Education On Show” section was one of 17 already judged.
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.