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The fine art of improv

Popular host of RockWiz, Home Delivery and the new series ‘Australia’s Biggest Sing-a-long’, Julia Zemiro has become a much-loved star of Australia’s small screen....

VET courses unlock employment

Vocational education and training coordinators from South Burnett schools gathered at the Kingaroy TAFE on Wednesday, 2 June to encourage students to seek alternative...

Q&A with Pat Van Kempen

For Burnett’s Best this week, we sat down with local artist Pat Van Kempen. The vibrant, eccentric, and passionate woman is a keen...

Gayndah’s Fun Day a hit with the kids

Gayndah's youngest residents had last week's Wednesday morning all to themselves after the local state school welcomed the community's children under eight years old...

Sounds of autumn

The South Burnett Community Orchestra serenaded audiences at their Autumn Accents Dinner Concert on Saturday, 29 May at the Kingaroy Town Hall. Audiences enjoyed...

EXCLUSIVE: Plans for Kingaroy St vacant building revealed

The owners of a dilapidated building are calling on the South Burnett Regional Council to use their land as the site of the Kingaroy...

KCCI takes business growth into their own hands

'Hope is not a strategy’ was the forceful message given to South Burnett businesses at a recent Kingaroy breakfast. 73 people from businesses across...

Warm support at Eva’s Place

Looking through the sweet rooms of Eva's Place it is easy to feel relaxed and welcomed. Medical professionals, service providers and community supporters got...

Messages of hope for DV victims

Kingaroy’s O’Neill Square was decked out with shirts displaying compassionate messages to domestic violence survivors as members of the public reflected to mark the...

Drastic KTP change call defeated

The majority of South Burnett councillors have slammed the Mayor's suggestion to reinvest the $1.1 million from the Kingaroy Transformation Project's Glendon St shared...

Gourd success for Goomeri

Organisers had only six weeks to prepare for the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival this year, but efforts paid off as the town welcomed more than...

MAKING HISTORY: Wakka Wakka traditional landowner to uncover Dreamtime stories

Aboriginal peoples will be able to learn more about their Wakka Wakka Dreamtime history at the upcoming Tingamarra fossil museum after a Traditional Landowner...

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Emerging artists in the spotlight

Kingaroy State High School students welcomed their parents, teachers, friends and fellow art aficionados to the town's art gallery last week to officially open...