Wondai State School has raised student attendance levels ever since entering its front gates became a public competition.
Wondai’s Reserve Forces Day always attracts visitors from all over south-east Queensland, and the two-day celebration last weekend was no exception
South Burnett councillors are called on to do some strange things at times… and Sunday was no exception for Division 5 councillor Kathy Duff.
He’s had to borrow his wife’s Fairlane, but nothing’s going to keep Les from the Endeavour Rally
A near-capacity crowd packed the Wondai Regional Art Gallery on Friday night to see South Burnett artist Dianne Woodall’s latest exhibition and enjoy live entertainment by popular Cherbourg band Muddy Flats.
Testing has detected legionella bacteria in water samples at four South Burnett hospitals
The July exhibition at Wondai Regional Art Gallery will feature South Burnett artist Dianne Woodall and is totally “pet orientated”.
The Choristers – the treble voices of Brisbane’s St John’s Catheral – paid a visit to the South Burnett last weekend as special guests of the South Burnett Youth Choir.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s June exhibition shines a spotlight on “Our Inner Creativity” with a range of works by popular Sunshine Coast artists.
The South Burnett Regional Council will reconsider the idea of public swimming pool closures after receiving negative feedback from some South Burnett residents over the past few days.
Dairy farmers in the Murgon, Wondai and Monto regions will be able to work on improved soil management and rehabilitation and weed control, following the announcement of project funding through the Federal Government’s Caring for Our Country program.
The South Burnett Regional Council may be forced to look at closing some town swimming pools
A small group of well-wishers gathered at Wondai Gallery on Saturday for the shortest exhibition seen this year.
South Burnett residents will get a chance to become art critics this weekend when artist Lee Porter’s exhibition “Can You See What I See?” goes on show for two days at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery.
The Wondai Art Gallery’s permanent collection has been boosted with the addition of a long-term loan, a magnificent portrait of Lady Bjelke-Petersen by Brisbane painter Jan Lewis.
Graham Mitchell has been going a little bit “potty” in a bid to help the residents of Bundaberg and the North Burnett recover from this year’s devastating floods.
A group of 40 fire fighters who left Brisbane last Wednesday to complete a gruelling seven-day, 850km bike ride to raise funds for burns research enjoyed a pleasant surprise when they pulled into Wondai on Sunday afternoon.
Three of Australia’s most famous sporting legends will be coming to Wondai in August
A rodeo school will be established at Ficks Crossing after the South Burnett Regional Council signed a lease agreement with the Shaftesbury Centre this week.
Former Wondai Shire Council CEO Alan Keates paid a return visit to Wondai last week to officially open two new independent living units at The Laurels.