Kingaroy State High School’s Year 12s showed they’re more than ready to step out into the world on Thursday night … but first they had to step carefully down the red carpet into Kingaroy Town Hall.
Most people have heard of the Spanish flu, the 1918-19 pandemic which killed at least 25 million people around the world at the end of World War I.
It was the turn of St Mary’s Catholic College Year 12 students to walk the red carpet on Tuesday night, much to the delight of friends, family and paparazzi who were busily snapping photos.
Any thoughts that interest in Remembrance Day would fade away after last year’s Centenary commemorations were put to rest on Monday with strong turnouts at events across the South Burnett.
Firefighters were back in action on Sunday at the site of Saturday afternoon’s Premier Drive bushfire in Kingaroy.
A “Prepare To Leave” warning was issued to local residents on Saturday afternoon after a fire broke out behind houses in Premier Drive in Kingaroy.
Kingaroy’s Visitor Information Centre complex may soon have a new resident … but only if he can be attached to the inside of the roof.
Hats off to the Kumbia Races … literally! Despite the incredibly windy conditions, the annual Kumbia Cup race went off with only a few hitches on Tuesday.
A large crowd filled the Maryknoll Centre at St Mary’s Catholic College last Thursday night for the school’s annual awards presentation night.
Queensland Governor Paul de Jersey officially opened the 9th annual Murgon Rotary Music Muster on Friday … but it was some of his support “acts” on stage who really stole the show.
Traevonnah and Glen Fisher were named South Burnett Eagles of the Year at the recent South Burnett Junior Rugby League awards presentation dinner held in Kingaroy.
The LNP has put the much-discussed Bradfield Scheme back on to the mainstream political agenda but in a new form which it says will create a foodbowl in Queensland.
Little Drayton Street in Nanango was the dead-heart of the South Burnett on Thursday night … attracting ghosts, goblins and spooky spirits for another monster Halloween celebration.
Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport will become an agricultural export hub by early 2021, providing new export opportunities for farmers and food processors.
The Farmer’s Big Day Out at Wondai Showgrounds on Saturday turned out to be just that, with an estimated 800 people having fun and forgetting about the drought for an hour or two.
A special rose garden at the front of the new Graham House Community Centre in Murgon has been planted to honour a very important woman in the history of the community organisation.
Firefighters rushed to Aerodrome Road at Taabinga on Sunday afternoon after a fire jumped the roadway and took off quickly across open grassland.
The South Burnett’s annual “Reclaim The Night” event attracted a good crowd of women, men and children to the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt on Thursday evening.
AGL’s Coopers Gap Wind Farm Community Fund will expand to $100,000 a year in 2020, and will remain at that level as long as AGL are involved with the Cooper’s Gap project.
A community meeting held at Kumbia’s Memorial Hall on Tuesday night has agreed to develop a community plan for the town.
Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s latest meet’n’greet had a bit of everything on Tuesday night … good news, useful advice and a surprise announcement.
A group of 35 Rural Aid volunteers received a warm welcome to Wondai on Sunday afternoon to kick off their week-long stay in the region.
Seven South Burnett schools shared in a surprise $50,000 gift of musical instruments and Lego on Friday.
This year’s Colours Of Yarraman “Tunes On The Track” family day lured locals and visitors alike to Station Park on Saturday afternoon.