St Patrick’s Catholic School at Nanango now has a tangible reminder of the lives lost more than 100 years ago at Gallipoli following the planting of an Aleppo pine sapling at the school on Friday morning.
Lone Pines – descendants of the original trees from the famous World War I battlefield at Gallipoli – are to be planted at three locations in Nanango.
Human Services Minister Michael Keenan has urged Indigenous students who are planning to study full-time or start an apprenticeship in 2019 to lodge their claim for Abstudy now.
St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy is the latest South Burnett school to get the “Small Town Culture” treatment by singer-songwriter Josh Arnold.
Education Minister Grace Grace made a low-key visit to Murgon and Cherbourg on Tuesday … but there could be some big news around the corner for Murgon State High School.
Cheers and applause erupted from the crowd of spectators lining Gore Street on Friday evening as students from Murgon State High School paraded along the red carpet for this year’s Year 12 formal
St Mary’s Catholic College principal Angela Myles is feeling excited about several programs that are being introduced into the school in 2019.
Glendon Street in Kingaroy was awash with a display of classic American cars, trucks, utes – even a speedboat – at Kingaroy State High School’s 2018 Year 12 formal on Thursday evening
Earlier this month Wondai was named the Tidiest Town in Queensland … now Wondai P-9 State School has been named Queensland’s Cleaner Greener School.
Handsome young men, pretty girls and fancy cars … it must be the formal season in the South Burnett!
Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott will be visiting Cherbourg on Thursday as part of his role as “Indigenous envoy”.
Kingaroy State High School is now the proud owner of a special piece of sporting memorabilia from a South Burnett champion.
Students from six local State schools assembled on the steps of the Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday morning to celebrate the joy of music.
School leavers looking to maximise their chances of going to university – or who want to use their summer break to get ready for uni – have been encouraged to apply for the University of Southern Queensland’s Accelerated Entry Pathway Program.
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has released a School Leavers’ Guide for Year 12 students.
South Burnett young artists have taken out three prizes in the State Government’s annual Farm Safety Calendar.
Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien is encouraging students to apply for scholarships from the Federal Government’s $24 million Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships program.
Nanango’s schools will all be a little bit safer soon, thanks to the Heritage Nanango Community Fund and the South Burnett Regional Council.
It’s taken more than a decade – and many twists and turns along the way – but the curtain has finally lifted for the new Kingaroy Performing Arts Centre (KPAC) on Saturday.
Pupils at St Joseph’s Catholic School in Murgon have had a busy time recently with the swearing in of their new Adopt-A-Cop plus Book Week fun.
The Mary Knoll Centre at St Mary’s Catholic College featured everything from zombies to lemons and potatoes – and even a chook – at the school’s second annual Science Fair on Tuesday.
Should schools provide free meals for their students? This was the thorny topic that young debaters from St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy tackled at the Junior Apex High School Debating Regional final hosted by Kilkivan P-10 School on Saturday afternoon.
Organisers of the Kumbia State School P&C’s annual brain drain are smiling after raising another $10,000 for the school at their recent night of fun.
The Queensland Police Pipes and Drums band dropped into Murgon and Cherbourg last week to provide some unexpected entertainment for young and old alike.