Mal Holmes is a man on a mission … he’s travelling from town to town to help set up food banks to assist the needy get nourishing food at an affordable price.
Blackbutt’s Friends of Cultcha arts group helped local residents celebrate Queensland Week by holding a mini-festival in the State’s honour today.
Kingaroy artist Celia O’Connor had an enthusiastic roll-up at the official opening of her solo exhibition “Snippets” at Kingaroy Art Gallery this evening.
The current regional tourism organisation promoting the South Burnett will cease to exist at the end of the month as the Southern Downs and Granite Belt merger moves a step closer, but the process seems to have claimed one more scalp.
Twelve years ago Kingaroy woman Josie Potter suddenly lost the use of her legs and her left arm. The symptoms grew worse over a period of just six hours. She couldn’t swallow and lost her eyesight …
Astronomer James Barclay is expecting between 300 and 500 people to pass through the doors of his observatory at Maidenwell today to observe the rare Transit of Venus.
It was cold and wet but they soldiered on … but what would you expect? They’re a Cadet Unit after all!
The hopes of the South Burnett will be resting on these young shoulders at the Wide Bay 47th Battalion Rugby League competition being played in Murgon this weekend.
Rain and a cold snap couldn’t cool the intense rivalry between fans at the huge Ford vs Holden Day held next door to the Cooyar Pub on Saturday.
A highset house on Hamilton Road in South East Nanango was completely gutted by fire this morning.
The winner of the 2012 Wondai Art Acquisitive is South Burnett artist Trish Erkens who was presented with a $1000 cash prize this evening at the official exhibition opening at the Wondai Gallery.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery is getting ready to buy another great artwork, although they don’t yet know which one it’s going to be.
The Wondai Markets were a special super-size event on Saturday, held in conjunction with the annual Wondai Hospital Auxiliary Fete.
The Lancia Club of Queensland held its annual Winter Sun Rally in the South Burnett at the weekend
Boonara Homestead’s Lorraine and Rob Goodchild have been left stunned by the success of the 150th celebrations at the historic homestead north of Goomeri on Saturday.
The 2012 Goomeri Pumpkin Festival may have got off to a coolish start this morning – we’ve been told there was ice on the ground – but by the time the pumpkins started rolling, the large crowd had been well and truly warmed up!
Murgon State High School celebrated it successes with an Education Week breakfast and activities on Wednesday.
The huge 150th celebration happening at Boonara Homestead on Saturday has grown even bigger with more music, more heritage events and a charity auction now planned to join the already exciting line-up of events.
The South Burnett Regional Council has rejected an application by the owner of a proposed shopping centre site in Nanango for a two-year extension to their current development permit in order to save ratepayers $136,000.
Pumpkin rolling only comes but once a year, but when it does everyone joins in and heads for Goomeri.
Nanango was the place to be at the weekend with a cross-promotion between the Big Screen Film Festival and the Nanango Races adding glamour to two already popular events.
The RSPCA’s annual Million Paws Walk in Kingaroy’s Lions Park was the most successful held to date, according to Kingaroy RSPCA spokesperson Kirsty Minter.
A crowd of about 200 cinema fans thronged the Nanango Cultural Centre tonight for the official opening of the 6th annual Big Screen Film Festival.
Former Nanango resident, and Queensland representative athlete, Meredith Bochmann is taking on an amazing 12 challenges in 12 countries in 12 months as part of a massive year-long fundraising effort for charity.