One of the South Burnett’s oldest painting groups believes it has survived for 11 years because its focus is as much about socialising as it is about art.
A small plaque attached to a bench in Drayton Street, Nanango has marked the end of one of the South Burnett Regional Council’s most extraordinary infrastructure naming decisions.
These days Rocky Hill is just a small rise beside Rocky Creek on the highway between Nanango and Yarraman … but in 1924 it was the site of the Rocky Hill School.
Nanango’s special Christmas race meeting on Sunday had everything … spills, thrills and even a spot of cooling rain between races.
Former and serving police officers gathered in Nanango on Friday to pay tribute to a fellow officer who died in 2010, and receive a copy of a book dedicated to his memory.
Most people in the South Burnett wouldn’t recognise her name … but Jenny Gregg has touched the lives of thousands of local residents.
South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell and CEO Mark Pitt have an intense week of political lobbying planned in Brisbane and Canberra.
Hordes of masked people were spotted in Murgon on Saturday night … and more than a few of them were police officers.
The 200 or so people who packed into Kingaroy Town Hall on Friday for the South Burnett Mayor’s Christmas charity lunch took home some key messages … be grateful and cherish community.
Kingaroy Speedway opened its 2019-20 racing season in spectacular style on Saturday night with a full round of racing, and not a drop of rain in sight.
The State of Fire Emergency Declaration imposed on 42 local government areas in early November has been partially wound back as fire conditions ease.
A “bomb” was dropped into Yarraman on Tuesday morning … and the local residents couldn’t be happier.
Kingaroy Rotary Club breathed new life into its “Pride Of Workmanship” awards on Saturday night, and was rewarded with more nominations than it could accommodate.
Murgon police are hoping there’s lots of people out in the community willing to don face masks to conceal their true identities …
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.