While pedal power ruled the streets of Maidenwell on Saturday, hot rods and street machines took over the local sportsground.
If you were driving around Maidenwell or Kingaroy at the weekend, you could be forgiven for thinking the Tour de France had taken a wrong turn …
When Pat Williams took off his Ergon Energy safety vest for the last time today in Kingaroy, he was not retiring …
Four talented South Burnett artists are being featured in the July exhibition which opens tomorrow night (Friday) at the Wondai Art Gallery.
Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum hosted a very busy Open Day on Tuesday as part of the town’s annual NAIDOC celebrations.
The best of the South Burnett’s many show winners were selected on Saturday to represent the region at the Brisbane Exhibition next month.
The South Burnett’s RHealth office in Kingaroy will close and South Burnett healthy living programs cease in three months unless a review brings about a reversal in thinking from the State Government.
A small but enthusiastic crowd turned out to watch the South Burnett’s annual Reserve Forces Day parade in Wondai this morning.
The South Burnett’s hidden talent has been on show in Kingaroy over the past two months as “The Big Break” talent search has pitted local musicians against each other in a live competition on Friday nights.
Cattle studs aren’t usually the highlight of a weekend out touring in the country … but for this load of travellers, cattle studs will be all that they’ll be wanting to see when their coach cruises around the South Burnett next month.
To help get the Kumbia community into the spirit for next month’s Centenary Celebrations – and to help raise some cash for the event – the Blackbutt Singers put on a live show in the Kumbia Hall on Saturday afternoon.
St John’s Lutheran School principal Helen Folker admits to being a little surprised by the reaction to an application by the school to purchase a strip of Adermann Park in Ivy Street, Kingaroy.
A team of volunteers turned up on Saturday to help give Kingaroy’s Community Garden in Pound Street a much-needed makeover and find out more information about forming a new group to guide the future direction of the garden.
Maidenwell Hall was packed on Saturday morning with people and prizes for the Tanduringie State School’s annual cent auction.
The staff at Kingaroy’s Commonwealth Bank definitely weren’t sleeping on the job today, despite the fact they were wearing their finest pyjamas while helping customers.
Students at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy have answered a call for “warm food for winter” by donating boxloads of foodstuffs this week to Centacare South Burnett.
The South Burnett Regional Council will gauge community feeling about selling 40 per cent of Kingaroy’s Sir Charles Adermann Park after an approach from St John’s Lutheran Primary School.
There were no gunfights (fortunately) or bar-room brawls, but about 160 cattle rustlers, outlaws, Injuns and western gals had wagonloads of fun at the Wondai Kindergarten’s Wild West bush dance on Saturday night.
The Kingaroy Town Hall was packed on Saturday night with Olympians … or at least would-be Olympians.
Rugby League player Amber Saltner, from Cherbourg, is in training camp in Brisbane after being selected to play for the Queensland Women’s representative side.
Most people would think you’d have to be bit crazy to volunteer to run 5330km along the Bicentennial National Trail for charity. But for ultra-distance runner Richard Bowles, it’s a very SANE thing to do …
The South Burnett played host this week to four visiting surgeons from Nagoya in Japan.
ABC Rural’s “Country Hour” dropped in on the South Burnett yesterday, with presenter Neroli Roocke presenting the popular lunchtime radio show live from Crane Wines on the Booie Range.
Students from St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy have earned the right to compete in a regional chemistry competition after success in Toowoomba.