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Rural Aid Gives Gift Of Music

Rural Aid Gives Gift Of Music

Seven South Burnett schools shared in a surprise $50,000 gift of musical instruments and Lego on Friday.

New Principals Heading To Schools

New Principals Heading To Schools

Both St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy and St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School in Nanango will have new principals at the helm in 2020.

Young Artists Star At Gallery

Young Artists Star At Gallery

Kingaroy Art Gallery has been overrun by teenagers … the talented young artists from Years 7-12 at Kingaroy State High School.

Tiny School Is Smiling

Tiny School Is Smiling

Taabinga State School’s remarkable effort in collecting used toothbrushes and toothpaste tubes for recycling has paid off … the school has come second in a national competition!

Debaters Shine In Kilkivan

Debaters Shine In Kilkivan

Kingaroy debaters travelled to Kilkivan on Sunday to take part in the Area Finals of the 2019 Apex High School State Debating competition.

Class Of ’99 Celebrates

Class Of ’99 Celebrates

Some ex-students travelled hundreds of kilometres for the recent reunion of Kingaroy State High School’s graduating class of 1999.

Shanyce’s Art Takes Pride Of Place

Shanyce’s Art Takes Pride Of Place

An artwork by St Mary’s Catholic College Year 12 student Shanyce Blackman will have pride of place on Friday at a special ceremony in Brisbane.

MP Unveils Nanango Bursary

MP Unveils Nanango Bursary

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has launched a new School Leavers Bursary to help support students in her electorate who are pursuing further study after Year 12.

Pizza Night For Chappies

Pizza Night For Chappies

Enjoy pizza? Like dessert? Then the Kingaroy Local Chaplaincy Committee’s latest fundraiser could be your perfect night out.

Big Night For Murgon Students

Big Night For Murgon Students

It’s always a difficult choice at Murgon High School’s big formal night … what turns the most heads? The stunning frocks, the fancy cars or the handsome guys and gals?

Funding Targets Cyberbullying

Funding Targets Cyberbullying

Taabinga State School is one of 45 recipients across Queensland which is receiving State Government funding to help stop cyberbullying.

Class Of 79 Celebrates

Class Of 79 Celebrates

There was plenty of events happening in Kingaroy at the weekend, but one of the happiest had to be a 40th high school reunion dinner.

Small Grants Available For Schools

Small Grants Available For Schools

Time is running out for schools to access funding for new computers, sporting equipment or refurbishments through the Federal Government’s $30.2 million Local Schools Community Fund.

Young Students Spar With Words

Young Students Spar With Words

Two teams of young debaters will be heading off to Kilkivan in October to represent Kingaroy in the area finals of the Apex Youth Debating competition.

USQ To Offer Automatic Scholarships

USQ To Offer Automatic Scholarships

In what could be a game changer for Queensland school leavers, the University of Southern Queensland will offer automatic scholarships to students with OPs from 1-8

Steven Nurtures Love Of Words

Steven Nurtures Love Of Words

Aussie children’s author and poet Steven Herrick triggered some genuine “laugh out loud” moments when he visited St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy on Friday.

Nanango Takes Out Challenge

Nanango Takes Out Challenge

Nanango State High School has won the Open grand final of the Wide Bay Southern Broncos Challenge after overpowering Murgon State High School at Nanango on Tuesday afternoon.

Students Rock Out For Charity

Students Rock Out For Charity

An audience of almost 1000 packed the Maryknoll Centre at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy on Friday night to help raise funds for a good cause.

New Grants Available For Schools

New Grants Available For Schools

South Burnett schools could buy new equipment, undertake building projects or source extra targeted support through a new Federal grant program.

Mayor Launches Innovation Awards

Mayor Launches Innovation Awards

Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio this week launched the 2019 Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards.

Junior Scientists Explore Uni Life

Junior Scientists Explore Uni Life

Students from Nanango State High School solved a “crime” using forensic science at the University of Queensland’s (UQ) free Experience Science program recently.

Visit Shares Tales Old And New

Visit Shares Tales Old And New

Representatives from the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation came to Cherbourg recently to visit The Ration Shed and speak to Elders.

How Did Your Career Start?

How Did Your Career Start?

Year 7 and 8 students at St Mary’s Catholic College began the important task of planning their futures with a special careers day at the school on Tuesday.

Pirates Are Ready For Action

Pirates Are Ready For Action

Tickets are now on sale for Kingaroy State High School’s latest production, a new version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance”.

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