The Local Government Association of Queensland has welcomed a Federal Government announcement of 20 new regional university study hubs.
Professor Kevin Williams – a Gunggari and Wakka Wakka man – has set up a scholarship to encourage First Nations students from regional or remote Queensland to study law at CQUniversity.
Applications for 100 scholarships being offered by TAFE Queensland are now open.
The popular South Burnett Careers Market will be on again at Kingaroy TAFE on July 20.
Former teachers from Coolabunia and Goomeri State Schools have been awarded Order of Australia Medals in the 2023 King’s Birthday Honours List.
A touring exhibition from the Western Downs Regional Council highlighting the beauty of the Bunya Mountains has taken over the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for June.
Goomeri P-10 School’s P&C has received a welcome $2000 boost from the CRT Primary Schools Program.
Fifteen local schools have been allocated “Go For Gold” grants from the State Government to improve sporting infrastructure.
T.J. O’Neill Oval in Kingaroy was filled with eager young rugby league footballers last weekend for trials to select “possibles” and “probables” to represent Wide Bay in the annual Queensland Schools competition.
Three South Burnett finalists have been named in the 2023 Change Maker Awards linked with the Containers for Change scheme.
Seven South Burnett schools have been named on a list released by the State Government this week of “asbestos incidents” in State Schools in 2022.
Years 9-12 students in the Toowoomba Regional Council area have been invited to take part in the Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards.
The judges of the Barambah Youth Services Hub’s second annual art competition had a tough job picking the winners after a record number of entries were submitted.
Hey kids! It’s time again to enter the annual Farm Safety calendar competition hosted by Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.
Six projects designed to improve safety around local schools have gained $1.2 million funding from the State Government’s School Transport Infrastructure Program.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has congratulated Kumbia State School on a successful first term of delivering a kindy program at the school.
Bookarama at Kingaroy Town Hall has always been a highlight of the year for book lovers, but this year there was a bonus!
St Joseph’s Catholic School in Murgon is enthusiastically celebrating Harmony Week (March 20-26).
A “student behaviour incident” prompted a short lockdown at Nanango State High School on Monday afternoon.
The new-look Reef’n’Beef, hosted by the Coolabunia State School P&C, has lived up to the high standards set by its popular predecessor at Ironpot Hall.