Students at St Mary’s Catholic College have been thinking a lot lately about winter, and how some people find it especially tough.
St Mary’s Catholic College’s annual musical, which premiered at the school’s Maryknoll Centre on Friday night, has received an enthusiastic reaction from parents and teachers.
Cherbourg State School hopes to begin work on a major upgrade of the school oval and staff car park later this school term.
Taabinga State School P&C has been awarded $10,000 from the latest round of the “Strengthening Rural Communities” grants program.
South Burnett Regional Council began work on Monday on upgrades to the pedestrian crossings near Murgon State High School.
Students attending St John’s in Kingaroy will have the opportunity in November to work with one of Queensland’s most exciting contemporary artists.
St Mary’s Catholic College students set five new age records in this year’s annual cross country event.
Students from four South Burnett high schools – either on their L-plates or about to be – went through a special road safety program this week aimed at cutting down the number of teenage crashes.
Former Wondai State School students gathered together for a special reunion and dinner recently to mark 37 years since they left the school.
In December 2012, a motor vehicle crash on the M1 Motorway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast claimed five young lives and orphaned a 15-month-old toddler.
Former Kingaroy State High School student Olivia Almond has notched up another award.
South Burnett women have been invited to look over the criteria for a string of $1000 bursaries being offered by the National Council of Women in Queensland.
South Burnett primary school children have been invited again to take part in the State Government’s annual Farm Safety calendar competition.
Murgon police officers dropped into Moffatdale State School recently to help celebrate the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.
Book lovers had 12,000 reasons to smile – or rather, 12,000 books to pore over – with the return of Bookarama to Kingaroy at the weekend.
Staff members at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy joined in the National Day Against Bullying and Violence on Friday, wearing special shirts designed to spark a conversation.
A fun day of touch football at T.J. O’Neill Oval last Friday was the culmination of a special rugby league skills development program in local schools which also aimed to spread a positive message: “Booze You Lose”.
St Mary’s Catholic College hosted a special International Women’s Day breakfast at the Maryknoll Centre in Kingaroy last Monday.
Book lovers beware! There’ll be more than 10,000 books available for you to buy at the 12th annual Bookarama which will be happening in Kingaroy later this month.
Kingaroy State High School captain Abbie Moseling will be representing Kingaroy in the Zone Final of the Lions Youth Of The Year contest.