A long-running dispute over access to the main terminal building at Wondai Airport seems close to resolution after the South Burnett Regional Council voted today to grant licences to three different flying groups to share the facility in common.
Students from a number of local schools will be competing in the South Burnett Equestrian Challenge which will be held at the Kingaroy Showgrounds on Thursday (July 19).
Kingaroy Services’ fast bowler Holly Ferling, 16, has been invited to join a training camp in Sri Lanka with the Australia’s national women’s cricket team, the Southern Stars.
The Nanango v Wests soccer matches in Nanango went ahead on Saturday afternoon amid a raft of cancellations
The South Burnett Thrashers overpowered their much more fancied opposition to record their first win of the season in Kingaroy on Saturday and keep union fans happy on a weekend when little football was played in the region because of the weather.
A team of eight riders from pony clubs across the South Burnett travelled to Yeppoon last week for the Pony Club Association of Queensland Combined Training and Horse Trials Championships.
All junior and senior rugby league games scheduled to be played in the South Burnett tomorrow have been cancelled due to the rain.
All junior soccer matches scheduled to be played in the South Burnett tomorrow have been cancelled due to the wet weather.
Wondai Kindergarten will be holding its annual Golf & Barefoot Bowls Fun Day on Saturday, August 11.
The Wondai Sportsground hosted an exciting Saturday of football last weekend with three A Grade games attracting a good crowd.
The “Committed To Community” campdraft held in Proston was a huge success … with 170 competitors having heaps of fun and about $20,000 raised for Graham House Community Care.
The South Burnett Regional Council’s Healthy Communities Project “Discover the Benefits of Healthy Communities” is once again conducting an Active Parks Program to encourage Kingaroy residents to shake off the winter chill by getting outside and getting active
After being defeated after the siren last week, the South Burnett Thrashers put on another sterling effort this week, going down to third-ranked UQ / Highfields by just three points.
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 …
The Barambah women’s team were overjoyed by their win in the President’s Cup on Saturday at Murgon
It’s going to be a huge weekend of sport in the South Burnett with a Rugby League triple header scheduled for Wondai, the return of senior soccer and the Thrashers playing only their third home game of the season.
South Burnett motorists have been urged to keep an eye out for teams of cyclists racing this weekend.
The promised rugby league A Grade triple header at Cherbourg dropped back to a double after Nanango failed to field a team however the other two matches more than made up for this disappointment.
The South Burnett could again boast an Aussie Rules team if Will Reid’s dream for next season comes true.
In an exciting match – and their best performance by far this year – the South Burnett Thrashers were only defeated after the full-time siren in their clash with the Condamine Cods played at the “Fishbowl” in Condamine on Saturday afternoon.