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.
Moffatdale School celebrated Harmony Day on Thursday … a day to bring cultures together.
A TV film crew today enjoyed a sneak peek at the mystery star of the South Burnett’s upcoming Tractor Tattoo arts and music festival.
The South Burnett’s second annual combined schools NAIDOC Day celebration – a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture – was hosted by St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy last Friday.
South Burnett’s got talent? You bet we have … and it was all on display in Wondai at the weekend.
Kingaroy State High School student Amy Harch was named Quota International’s Student of The Year at the District finals held in Murgon on Saturday.
If you were out and about on any of the local highways at the weekend, you would probably have noticed small processions of unusual vehicles enjoying a spot of motoring in the sunshine.
High school students from three South Burnett schools have taken over the walls at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for August with the official opening this evening of the biennial South Burnett High School Students Art Competition.
High school students from across the South Burnett, eager to find out more information on their future job options, flocked to Kingaroy today to attend the annual South Burnett Careers Expo.
St Mary’s Catholic College’s Maryknoll Centre in Kingaroy was transformed into a winter wonderland on Saturday night as more than 70 staff members and parents celebrated “Christmas in July”.
Nanango Pony Club’s Golden Anniversary campdraft and gymkhana at the weekend was a huge success with 125 campdrafters taking part on Saturday, and 163 riders on Sunday.
There’s garage sales and then there’s GARAGE sales … of the type only a car dealership could arrange.
Kumbia celebrated its centenary in style on Saturday with a huge street parade, markets, traditional fun and games, competitions and historic displays … and topped it all off with a community concert in the evening.
The Kingaroy Town Hall was packed this evening for the local State High School’s annual “Flair” concert.
The South Burnett Regional Council has given the green light to a controversial $3.7 million “link road” in the Sunnyvale land development in Kingaroy after a week of public consultation.
Nanango hosted a visit today by Brisbane Broncos props Josh McGuire and Scott Anderson who travelled to the South Burnett for the semi-finals of the Anglo American Brisbane Broncos Wide Bay Rugby League Challenge.
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.
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.
Kingaroy businesswoman Cheri Carr has been named the “Face” of the 2012 South Burnett Relay For Life at the official event launch held in Kingaroy on Saturday.
The Kumbia Community is counting down the days as its Centenary celebrations draw closer. After nearly 18 months of planning, final preparations are being made for the event which will be held on Saturday, July 28.
Did you know that on average 150 babies are born every year at Kingaroy Hospital? And that this is the highest number of births per annum for any hospital outside Brisbane?