The executive committee of the Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group was re-elected at the recent annual general meeting of the association.
Groups who hire Kumbia Hall for meetings or social functions will soon have access to more facilities.
Red Earth Community Foundation South Burnett was surprised recently when a phone call came from Supa IGA Kingaroy manager Trace O’Neill that he had some money to donate to the not-for-profit community group.
The founder of the nationwide Sing Australia network paid a flying visit to Kingaroy last week to help the South Burnett branch celebrate its 10th birthday.
Kingaroy Rotary members believe they have broken a club record … serving up more than 400 sausages to hungry workers in an hour.
In 1991, there were just 1100 front-line ambulance staff in Queensland; in 2019 there are 4707.
Ever needed to persuade a workmate to your point of view and not sure about the best way to do it?
Kingaroy debaters travelled to Kilkivan on Sunday to take part in the Area Finals of the 2019 Apex High School State Debating competition.
Another cycling record has tumbled on the South Burnett Rail Trail.
A “Dogless Doorknock Appeal” held at Kingaroy Shoppingworld in June this year has helped improve the lives of Canowindra Residential Care patients.
Kingaroy Bowls Club’s greens were abuzz on Sunday afternoon for the annual Autism Bowls Challenge.
It’s not every day that you turn 80, but almost every Saturday you will find Angela Clarke out on the South Burnett Rail Trail with the Wondai parkrun group.
Last weekend’s jam-packed program of local events failed to put a dent in attendances at Taabinga Rotary’s annual Bookarama book sale.
The Bunya Mountains Community Association hosted a picnic lunch at the new Fishers Lookout deck for Member for Callide Colin Boyce last Friday.
Fans of Agatha Christie’s Belgian detective Hercule Poirot are in for a special treat later this month, courtesy of the Nanango Theatre Company
Nanango will be marking Seniors Week with free bingo games and a bonus light luncheon this year, thanks to a State Government grant.
Nanango RSL Sub-Branch will be hosting a special afternoon tea on Sunday (August 4) for servicemen and women and their partners.
A quirky “eat in the street” dinner will be held in Nanango on August 31 to launch the town’s new Soundtrail app and – hopefully – mark the end of fundraising for the Butter Factory Park project.
Members of the Nanango Aeromodellers Club now have extra help to keep the grass at their airfield under control.
The site of the former Murgon meatworks is up for sale if a serious developer wants to buy it, according to Deputy Mayor Cr Kathy Duff.