Have you noticed how fast the pace of life seems to be these days? This was certainly the case at the 2023 Kingaroy State High School formal on Friday night.
There were anxious glances at the dark clouds forming overhead, but the storm stayed away for the arrivals at Murgon State High School’s formal on Thursday night.
Remembrance Day falls on a Saturday this year, but that wasn’t going to stop the students from some of the South Burnett’s smallest schools marking the important occasion.
Nanango State High School’s manual arts teacher, Stephen Anderson, will be jetting off to New York early next year after winning a prestigious Queensland fellowship.
The Queensland Country Women’s Association (QCWA) is offering bursaries worth a total of $30,000 to Queensland students.
TAFE Queensland hairdressing teacher Kyla Steinhardt is inviting residents to visit TAFE’s fully operational training salon in Kingaroy for discounted pamper sessions.
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has released his annual School Leavers’ Guide for Year 12 students as they prepare for life after high school.
South Burnett Musical Comedy Society is keen to pass the love of the stage on to younger generations, which is the aim behind a new production which will debut in Kingaroy on Friday night.
Saint Mary’s Catholic College students enjoyed a perfect Spring evening for their 2023 formal dinner at Kingaroy Town Hall on Friday night.
The second annual Careers Expo, held at the Barambah Youth Services Hub in Murgon last Friday, attracted more than 20 stalls and a has been hailed as a success.
Last-minute rehearsals and sound checks are under way for Kingaroy State High School’s big Flair concert on Friday night.
Young musicians from Moffatdale State School took to the stage at the official opening of Wondai Art Gallery’s September exhibition on Friday night.
Local not-for profit groups will share more than $465,000 under the latest round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund grants.
There are no plans to close Cloyna State School at this time.
Kumbia State School P&C’s major annual fundraiser is always a little bit crazy … and Saturday night was no different!
Five South Burnett schools will receive State Government funding to upgrade their playgrounds.
Two staff members from Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy have been recognised in this year’s Spirit of Catholic Education Awards.
Students from across the South Burnett had the opportunity to explore their after-school options on Thursday at the annual South Burnett Careers Market hosted at the Kingaroy TAFE campus.
The Local Government Association of Queensland has welcomed a Federal Government announcement of 20 new regional university study hubs.
Professor Kevin Williams – a Gunggari and Wakka Wakka man – has set up a scholarship to encourage First Nations students from regional or remote Queensland to study law at CQUniversity.