What does a tractor named “Alice”, jumping ants, teapots, tractors and knitting have in common? The answer is simple: Tractor Tattoo.
Organisers of this year’s Wondai Show are smiling … perfect weather, plenty of exhibitors and gate-takings up on last year. What more could you want?
The SBWIA is concerned that the newly-formed “Super RTO” tourism group covering the South Burnett, Toowoomba, Southern Downs and Granite Belt (see related article August 30, 2012 below) will see ten years of hard work by local tourism operators to build “South Burnett brand awareness” washed away.
South Burnett food processor Proteco has installed a new energy-saving filtration system at its oil plant in Kingaroy, thanks to a $51,400 grant from the Federal Government.
An informal Meet’n’Greet was hosted by Endeavour Kingaroy Kitchen today to welcome Downer EDi Mining to the South Burnett.
More surgical operations will be able to be done in the South Burnett – which means fewer trips to Toowoomba or Brisbane – when a new full-time surgeon’s position is created at Kingaroy Hospital next year.
Former National Party Minister Mike Horan and Christine Stewart go back a long way … Back in the 1990s, Christine was working for Queensland Health and advocating strongly on behalf of Cherbourg residents to her then-boss Mike, who was Health Minister.
Eighteen junior cricketers from Murgon and Kingaroy attended a free coaching clinic on Saturday as part of the Wanderers’ visit to Kingaroy.
Firefighters from Kingaroy and Wooroolin quickly brought under control a large grass fire at Memerambi this afternoon which was close to homes and the former Memerambi State School.
A crowd of more than 200 guests packed Nanango State High School’s Assembly Hall last night for the presentation of the Heritage Nanango Community Branch’s 2012 Community Grants.
Most Rugby League players dream at some stage in their lives of running on to Suncorp Stadium in front of massive crowd … but few ever get the chance to realise that dream.
Murgon State High School this evening hosted the official launch of MRAEL’s new Indigenous Employment and Training Project.
The annual Vine Dining Long Lunch at Moffatdale, hosted by local cellar doors Bridgeman Downs and Clovely Estate, drew a good crowd of partygoers on Saturday eager to sit in the sun, sip fine wine and enjoy good food.
The 19th annual Kumbia Brain Drain trivia competition – this year dubbed “The Piston Cup” – was a huge success on Saturday night with more than 200 competitors taking part and between $4500 and $5000 raised for the Kumbia State School P&C.
Vietnam veterans, their friends and families and other former service personnel gathered in Kingaroy and Nanango on Saturday to mark Vietnam Veterans’ Day.
Danielle Lawrence and Karren Bolton have the honour of being the first artists invited to hang an exhibition at Nanango’s Winds of Change Art Gallery.
Brisbane-based artist Harriet Posner definitely made a mark on the South Burnett when she entered the local council’s Acquisitive Art Competition earlier this year.
South Burnett competitors have cleaned up at the Brisbane Exhibition, especially in the hotly contested Prime Beef competition.
A long weekend and sunshine always seems to bring out the car clubs … and we’re not complaining!
The Brisbane-based BoB Quintet banded together with Wondai musicians at the weekend to put on a bold and brassy (and loud) performance at the Wondai RSL Club.