The lucky winner of the recent Kingaroy Rotary car raffle drove away in his new Mitsubishi Mirage on Saturday morning.
If you’ve been in Kingaroy recently you may have noticed a white Mitsubishi parked inside what used to be a dress boutique in Kingaroy Street.
The traditional Kingaroy Christmas Carnival isn’t going ahead this year but the committee has organised a COVIDsafe alternative – and yes, Santa will be dropping in.
Kingaroy businessman Neil Black has been officially sworn in as Governor of Rotary District 9600 but – like many events these days – the ceremony had a COVID-19 twist.
Bowel cancer kills almost as many Australians as lung cancer every year and Kingaroy is a hot spot for the disease.
Feeling a bit chilly these mornings? So how would you like to be sleeping in your car? On a friend’s floor? Or maybe camped out somewhere?
Shoppers in Kingaroy’s Markwell Street area should feel a little bit safer thanks to a generous donation to the community by Anderssons Fruit Market.
The Rotary Club of Kingaroy has put the call out to local photographers to submit entries for the club’s annual photo competition.
Hundreds of Rotarians will be heading to Kingaroy next year – and between $500,000 and $750,000 pumped into the local economy – thanks to local businessman Neil Black.
St John’s Lutheran School’s P&F Association will be taking over the running of the popular Bookarama secondhand book sales event in Kingaroy.
Kingaroy Rotary Club breathed new life into its “Pride Of Workmanship” awards on Saturday night, and was rewarded with more nominations than it could accommodate.
Kingaroy Rotary members believe they have broken a club record … serving up more than 400 sausages to hungry workers in an hour.
In 1991, there were just 1100 front-line ambulance staff in Queensland; in 2019 there are 4707.
Kingaroy Rotary Club is inviting local employers to nominate an employee for a Rotary “Pride of Workmanship” award.
Kingaroy Hospital Auxiliary members had the opportunity on Friday to view the new Optiflow Thrive Machine for anaesthetics which they helped to purchase,
Book lovers will be heading down to Kingaroy Town Hall this weekend for Taabinga Rotary’s major fundraiser of the year … Bookarama.
South Burnett roads should be a little bit safer following the latest round of Rotary’s successful RYDA program in Kingaroy this week.
RYDA – Rotary’s unique youth road safety program – will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in Kingaroy this week.
Taabinga Rotary Club’s 2018 Bookarama in Kingaroy sold between 7000 and 8000 books … and has allowed three charities to take home a total of $10,000.
The caravans and campervans have been rolling in all week for Murgon Rotary Club’s 2018 Music Muster, setting the stage for another huge celebration of Australian country music