Moffatdale State School is holding an unusual fundraiser on Friday night … which involves a cocktail party and women swapping their clothes!
SBS-TV’s Cycling Central TV show will feature a segment on the recent Queensland Road Teams Series cycle races held in Kingaroy and Maidenwell.
The South Burnett’s unique arts festival, Tractor Tattoo 2012, is gaining momentum with the unveiling today of the latest way community groups and artists can get involved.
Orienteers from all over Queensland as well as some from interstate will be heading to Blackbutt next month to compete in the Queensland Orienteering Championships.
Cloyna State School has come up with a fun way to help raise funds for a school excursion to Sydney and Canberra … and they’re hoping the local community will jump on board.
Kingaroy Community Kindergarten will be hosting a special private marquee at the Nanango Cup races next month
After 12 years of fundraising Kingaroy Community Kindergarten has raised enough money to erect its new building which is now at lock-up stage.
A record number of General Practitioner training places will be available next year for junior doctors in a bid to ease the chronic shortage of GPs across the country.
Kumbia State School is inviting locals to “get your backside trackside” for their 19th Annual Brain Drain Trivia Night at Kumbia Memorial Hall.
Kingaroy’s Accents Restaurant & Cafe will be holding an evening with Master of Wine Peter Scudamore-Smith on Friday (July 27).
Nimué Gallery is looking for creative locals to take part in an art competition to be held in conjunction with the Motors in Motion festival which will be held at Kingaroy Airport on October 27.
Local graziers, farmers and industry representatives will be given the opportunity to meet with State Agriculture Minister John McVeigh when he visits the South Burnett on Thursday.
A survey has revealed that more than four years after the forced amalgamation of Councils, 76 per cent of respondents in the South Burnett still believe the amalgamation has been unsuccessful
A $2348 Federal Government grant to the Cherbourg Junior Police Rangers will help fund two honour boards at the Cherbourg War Memorial.
The Murgon Mustangs triumphed in the final of the annual Mini Mod Carnival played in Wondai on Saturday.
Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss and Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd are among a group of Federal and State Liberal and National MPs who have undertaken a five-day road trip along the Bruce Highway from Brisbane to Cairns.
South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann is hosting a Community Breakfast on Friday to help raise funds for the South Burnett Private Hospital.
St Mary’s students from Prep to Year 12 demonstrated their dancing and musical skills in Kingaroy on Friday night when they rocked on stage in the school’s annual concert.
Police are warning of the resurgence of scam texts and emails that have recently re-emerged and are currently doing the rounds.
Minister for Housing and Public Works Bruce Flegg said yesterday forced eviction of Queensland public housing tenants is not – and never was – being considered by the State Government.