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Teachers Vote To Lift Work Bans

Teachers Vote To Lift Work Bans

Union members have voted to lift work bans in place in 196 Catholic schools across Queensland – including two in the South Burnett.

Union Sticks To Lockout Claim

Union Sticks To Lockout Claim

The union representing teachers in Queensland Catholic schools has doubled down on its allegation that staff involved in an ongoing enterprise bargaining dispute face lockouts at their schools.

Cool Air For 19 Local Schools

Cool Air For 19 Local Schools

The State Government announced on Monday it will fast track its school air-conditioning program with work beginning on more schools over the summer school holidays.

Lockout Claims Untrue: QCEC

Lockout Claims Untrue: QCEC

Union claims of a lockout in Queensland Catholic schools are untrue, according to the Queensland Catholic Education Commission (QCEC).

Ready To Take On The World!

Ready To Take On The World!

Kingaroy State High School’s Year 12s showed they’re more than ready to step out into the world on Thursday night … but first they had to step carefully down the red carpet into Kingaroy Town Hall.

Red Carpet Welcome For Year 12s

Red Carpet Welcome For Year 12s

It was the turn of St Mary’s Catholic College Year 12 students to walk the red carpet on Tuesday night, much to the delight of friends, family and paparazzi who were busily snapping photos.

Stopworks At Two Schools

Stopworks At Two Schools

Teachers and support staff at two South Burnett Catholic schools are among 7000 employees across Queensland who have been authorised to take part in a 30-minute stopwork next week.

101 Years Gone But Never Forgotten …

101 Years Gone But Never Forgotten …

Any thoughts that interest in Remembrance Day would fade away after last year’s Centenary commemorations were put to rest on Monday with strong turnouts at events across the South Burnett.

Work Bans To Start

Work Bans To Start

More than 7000 school teachers and support staff from 195 Catholic schools across Queensland are set to commence work bans on Thursday as part of protected industrial action.

Jessica Shines At College Awards

Jessica Shines At College Awards

A large crowd filled the Maryknoll Centre at St Mary’s Catholic College last Thursday night for the school’s annual awards presentation night.

Teachers Vote For Work Bans

Teachers Vote For Work Bans

Catholic school teachers have voted to take industrial action next week at 195 schools across Queensland – including two in the South Burnett – unless a meeting on Wednesday resolves the dispute.

KSHS Celebrates Students’ Success

KSHS Celebrates Students’ Success

The latest South Burnett school music video produced by Josh Arnold was officially launched at the Kingaroy State High School speech night last week

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 theĀ 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.

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