The Anglican parish of Nanango held its Annual General Meeting on Sunday, February 1.
Kingaroy Lions Club has reached a milestone in its collection of prescription glasses for recycling.
Once again the service clubs, businesses and community groups in Kingaroy came together in December to make the annual Christmas Community Lunch a big success.
The Goomeri Golf Club held its annual presentation night at the weekend.
Goomeri children were treated to a free movie last night, compliments of the Gympie Regional Council who have purchased a Big Screen which can be moved to different locations.
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Heritage Nanango Community Bank’s model has been proven again with another year of solid profits and an extensive community grants program
On Tuesday, December 16, volunteers from the Murgon Visitor Information Centre travelled to Moffatdale Ridge for their annual Christmas party.
RACQ Careflight are $1000 better off thanks to a Christmas donation by the Kingaroy Hospital Auxiliary
The Kingaroy Information Art and Heritage Precinct volunteers celebrated a busy year at the Precinct with a Christmas party at the weekend.
Blackbutt Visitor Information Centre volunteers and their partners last week attended a thank you celebration acknowledging the contribution they have made promoting Blackbutt and the South Burnett region in 2014.
The Murgon Business and Development Association (MBDA) is confident of better times ahead, despite drought conditions afflicting the Murgon district which some believe are the worst in 70 years.
On Wednesday, December 3, the South Burnett Child Care Centre in Kingaroy invited their families to join with the staff to celebrate a successful year at the annual Christmas party.
Nanango Visitor Information Centre volunteers, partners and staff travelled to Moffatdale Ridge Winery for a Tuscan feast on Sunday to celebrate the end of the year in a Christmas style.
Kingaroy Lions Club is again selling its popular fruit cakes and puddings in the lead-up to Christmas.
The South Burnett Pantry received a surprise donation of $355 last Friday from the South Burnett Chorale.
Not many people would know that Murgon’s Graham House was built more than 100 years ago.
A long-time resident of Blackbutt and district, Mr Brian Bidgood, kept his audience captivated with stories of his life experiences in Blackbutt at a recent history morning organised by Blackbutt and District Tourism and Heritage.
Kumbia QCWA members are relieved to hear a bladder scanner has been purchased for Kingaroy Hospital
The South Burnett Child Care Centre went pink recently to celebrate success.