A $146,000 Federal Government grant will help restore Kumbia’s derelict tennis courts
Exactly 100 years ago on Tuesday, two local residents tied the knot at the then-Methodist Church in Kumbia.
Kumbia’s Lutheran congregation has secured a concession from Council over the removal of the Peace Lutheran Hall from its former home at Benair.
The Sweethearts of Song are promising a lively and light-hearted afternoon of fun for all the family at Kumbia Memorial Hall later this month.
Kumbia Catholics are gearing up to celebrate the centenary of Our Lady Of Peace Church next year, with plans for a big weekend of celebrations and the launch of a commemorative book.
Kumbia stonefruit growers Teresa and Lindsay Francis are the face of Thursday’s wild storms in the South Burnett … losing more than $2 million worth of crops in the matter of just a few minutes.
South Burnett persimmon growers may welcome a new trade agreement finalised this week with Thailand.
A 60-year connection with Kumbia will come to an end soon when the Peace Lutheran Hall moves to a new home on the Sunshine Coast.
Organisers of the Kumbia State School P&C’s annual brain drain are smiling after raising another $10,000 for the school at their recent night of fun.
Senior Constable Adam Entwistle, from Kumbia Police, has some advice that might just save your life … and also remove the temptation of using your mobile phone when you’re behind the wheel.
The Kumbia Rattlers’ annual Cricket Family Fun Day was a little down on numbers on Saturday … and peanuts are to blame.
Kumbia is gearing up for an enchanted evening on June 16 when the 13th South Burnett Debutante Ball will be held in the historic Kumbia Memorial Hall.
Kumbia’s community is up-in-arms about a proposal to close the town’s only public children’s playground at Apex Park in Bell Street.
The Kumbia Cricket Club’s annual seven-a-side cricket family day is on again this month … with loads of fun promised and all for a good cause!
Reaction to the South Burnett Regional Council’s draft Sport and Recreation Plan was swift on social media
While Wooroolin may have stolen some of the focus this year because of its celebrity visitors, Anzac Day was still marked with big crowds – and great solemnity – all throughout the region.
A wallaby sparked a chain reaction at Haly Creek on Wednesday night which resulted in a learner driver being taken to hospital, and a Falcon ute being badly damaged
A garden shed and a number of shipping containers being used for storage were destroyed in a grass fire at Ellesmere on Tuesday afternoon.
The organisers of the 2018 Kumbia Drain are gearing up for a big celebration this year … the 25th anniversary of the extremely popular annual trivia night fundraiser for the Kumbia State School P&C.
Kumbia’s Catholic community organised an old-fashioned Saturday afternoon fete recently, and the happy event drew a good roll-up.
Kumbia residents connected to the town water supply will be disconnected for a short time on Wednesday (April 11) to allow routine maintenance to be conducted on the network.
A 64-year-old woman from the Bundaberg region has been killed in a single-vehicle traffic crash which occurred on the Bunya Highway, about 12km south of Kumbia, on Tuesday morning.
Kumbia will hold the South Burnett’s first cent auction of the year this Saturday, February 17.
Two men were lucky to escape with their lives after a horrific crash involving a truck on the Bunya Highway on Tuesday morning.