Nanango State High School student Olivia Nunn will be going straight from Year 12 into an apprenticeship at Stanwell, all thanks to three years of hard work she has put in at the Kingaroy TAFE campus.
After “dodging and weaving the COVID-19 minefield” throughout 2021, Kingaroy State High School teachers and students could finally breathe a sigh of relief on Monday night …
The State Government has extended applications for grants for Indigenous Languages programs until October 29.
Kingaroy State High School’s bright up-and-coming artists have taken over the Kingaroy Art Gallery for the month of October to display their skills.
Murgon State High School and Kilkivan P-10 are among 50 Queensland State Schools which will have a GP allocated to them next year as part of a State Government pilot program.
Central Queensland University has been awarded a $500,000 Federal grant to deliver a nationwide program to attract young people to careers in agriculture.
Artwork by a young student from Durong South State School will be included in the 2022 Queensland Farm Safety Calendar.
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has released an updated version of his School Leavers’ Guide for Year 12 students.
While some Ekka competitions did not go ahead in 2021, the “Education On Show” section was one of 17 already judged.
A red carpet awaited St Mary’s Catholic College Year 12 students when they rolled up to their glittering formal in Kingaroy last week.
A dozen Murgon State High School students enjoyed an opportunity of a lifetime on Thursday … the chance to make a short film with an Academy Award-winning cinematographer.
A special presentation was made at Murgon State High School’s weekly parade on Wednesday to a former staff member who retired recently.
South Burnett Regional Council has partnered with Cloyna State School to encourage the local community to use Cloyna’s Waste Transfer Station more effectively.
Kingaroy State High School’s latest musical extravaganza will hit the stage at the Kingaroy Performing Arts Centre on Friday night.
Why are they wearing skirts? One of the young children in the audience came straight to the point when the “Kops In Kilts” visited Cherbourg State School on Wednesday morning.
St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy has cleared its final hurdle of approval and can now offer offer classes right through to Year 12.
The fun, the stories and – of course – the costumes were out in force at South Burnett libraries last week.
A Nanango woman who recently re-entered the workforce after an eight-year break has had her career ambitions kickstarted thanks to a $1000 bursary from the South Burnett Regional Council.
The COVID pandemic scuttled the 2021 Brisbane Exhibition but some of the Ekka’s popular competitions were still able to be held.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery was packed to overflowing with children and their proud parents and teachers on Friday night.