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St Mary’s Students Rock On Stage

St Mary’s Students Rock On Stage

Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy celebrated Catholic Education Week with their annual “Rock On Stage” event in the Mary Knoll Centre last Friday night.

Proston Team Off To The Ekka!

Proston Team Off To The Ekka!

Proston P-10’s show team will be heading off with a team of cattle to the Brisbane Ekka, thanks to the generosity of a number of rural businesses.

Hands-On Look At Healthy Careers

Hands-On Look At Healthy Careers

South Burnett high school students who have expressed an interest in a career as a health worker received some hands-on experience on Tuesday thanks to a special Aspire 2 Health day at the Griffith University’s Kingaroy Hospital campus.

MP Pushes For Special School

MP Pushes For Special School

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has urged the State Government to build a dedicated Special School in Kingaroy, saying both parents and teachers have told her there is a real need for the facility.

Students Share Winter Love

Students Share Winter Love

Students at St Mary’s Catholic College have been thinking a lot lately about winter, and how some people find it especially tough.

Audiences Love Young Annie

Audiences Love Young Annie

St Mary’s Catholic College’s annual musical, which premiered at the school’s Maryknoll Centre on Friday night, has received an enthusiastic reaction from parents and teachers.

Local Schools Earn Grants

Local Schools Earn Grants

Taabinga State School P&C has been awarded $10,000 from the latest round of the “Strengthening Rural Communities” grants program.

Top Artist To Visit School

Top Artist To Visit School

Students attending St John’s in Kingaroy will have the opportunity in November to work with one of Queensland’s most exciting contemporary artists.

RYDA Drives Home Safety Message

RYDA Drives Home Safety Message

Students from four South Burnett high schools – either on their L-plates or about to be – went through a special road safety program this week aimed at cutting down the number of teenage crashes.

Classmates Swap Memories

Classmates Swap Memories

Former Wondai State School students gathered together for a special reunion and dinner recently to mark 37 years since they left the school.

Tragedy Gives Teenagers A Choice

Tragedy Gives Teenagers A Choice

In December 2012, a motor vehicle crash on the M1 Motorway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast claimed five young lives and orphaned a 15-month-old toddler.

Applications Open For Bursaries

Applications Open For Bursaries

South Burnett women have been invited to look over the criteria for a string of $1000 bursaries being offered by the National Council of Women in Queensland.

Smiles As Bookarama Is Back

Smiles As Bookarama Is Back

Book lovers had 12,000 reasons to smile – or rather, 12,000 books to pore over – with the return of Bookarama to Kingaroy at the weekend.

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