It has been another year of hard work for South Burnett CTC with a “deluge” of issues that have taxed resources at times, the annual general meeting was told last week.
South Burnett political leaders were taken on a “listening tour” of some of the region’s businesses on Monday by the Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO).
The generosity of the skateboarding community has helped a bunch of Murgon and Cherbourg kids to get gnarly.
South Burnett CTC held its annual staff day on Thursday … an opportunity for workers in the various arms of the not-for-profit organisation to meet, do something useful for the community that is totally different from their regular jobs, and learn who has won this year’s employee awards.
The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s next Meet’n’Greet will be held at the Kingaroy Youth Park next Tuesday (June 19).
The State Government has re-confirmed $2.6 million funding for the next five years for services to combat domestic violence in the South Burnett.
South Burnett CTC’s annual Family Fun Day attracted more than 600 people to the Kingaroy Youth Park on Wednesday, almost double last year’s big day.
South Burnett CTC has received $1.02 million from the Federal Government to continue its Reconnect Service for at-risk youth for another five years.
Young people at a loose end over the school holidays have been invited to come on down to the Kingaroy Skate Park to take part in a two-day art project.
Retiring treasurer Max Lehmann was presented with a gift for his many years of service at the South Burnett CTC annual general meeting held in Kingaroy recently.
South Burnett CTC celebrated Disability Action Week with an Open Day at Gumnut Place in Murgon recently, but the organisers also had a special surprise in store for CTC CEO Nina Temperton.
Kingaroy businesswoman Dawn Wolski is no stranger to fundraising, but most of it has left town
South Burnett CTC – one of the region’s largest employers – held its annual CTC Day at Wooroolin recently to celebrate another 12 months of achievements, and consider some of the likely changes that lie ahead.
Not-for-profit community group South Burnett CTC faces a $3000 bill after vandals slashed 28 tyres on seven of their vehicles on Monday night.
If you’re interested in attending South Burnett Women’s next event, you have just HOURS to book a ticket.
When South Burnett CTC threw a free school holidays party for local families, the not-for-profit organisation probably didn’t expect up to 300 people to turn up.
Member for Maranoa David Littleproud was full of praise for not-for-profit organisation South Burnett CTC after he enjoyed a tour of the group’s various activities on Monday.
Cherbourg youngsters will have a range of activities to keep them busy over the Christmas break.
The annual Christmas Day Community Lunch is already booked out!
A good crowd turned up on Thursday night to hear reports at South Burnett CTC’s AGM
There was some surprising good news for guests attending the official opening of Heritage Lodge in Nanango: construction will start soon on a fourth duplex at the housing complex
Learner Drivers in the South Burnett will be able to get a helping hand to notch up their logbook hours thanks to a scheme launched this week by South Burnett CTC and Bill Hull Car Centre.
SupaIGA in Kingaroy have thrown their weight behind a Relay For Life team who are usually kept busy helping others.
Another 10 trainees have graduated from South Burnett CTC’s Community Work Skills Project working on the South Burnett Rail Trail project.