THE future of Catch-a-Catty Fishing competition looks brighter after a new executive was appointed at the Paradise Dam Stocking Association annual meeting
Branch throws its support behind flood victims
IT WAS with a heavy heart and mixed emotions Justin Vicary broke the news the Warriors will not be fielding a team in the upcoming Central Burnett competition
A community-driven mums and bubs group is making a big splash, with dozens turning out for the monthly sessions
The wafting smell of bread and pies cooking has put smiles on the faces of Biggenden people
Paradise Dam Stocking Association Inc is in desperate need of assistance to ensure its future and that of the Catch-a-catty fishing competition.
Biggenden State School Student Council has taken on the challenge to raise sufficient funds to supply a day of meals for Julia Creek State School students.
The chances of Biggenden Warriors fielding a team in the Central Burnett Rugby League competition are looking slim.
Although the annual sports day was cancelled due to dry weather the Dallarnil Sports Club have achieved much in the past 12 months.
COUNTRY music lovers Ron and Lesty Samson, of Biggenden, decided to brighten people's lives by bringing some quality music to the town.