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The Times Have Been A-Changin’

The Times Have Been A-Changin’

Patrons heading to Lee Park next Saturday can take an early look at the photographic display that will be a central attraction for Nanango’s Golden Anniversary meeting on Easter Saturday.

Netball Sign-On This Friday

Netball Sign-On This Friday

The 2018 sign-on for the Nanango and District Netball Association will be held at their Brooklands Road courts this Friday (February 16) from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.

Yellowbelly Lands Another Record

Yellowbelly Lands Another Record

The annual Boondooma Dam Yellowbelly Fishing Competition broke its third attendance record in a row over the weekend.

At The Winners’ Side

At The Winners’ Side

Wayne Hancock was nearly sixteen when he first rode his grey horse Stork out to the track to serve as clerk of the course for the Nanango Race Club.

Women’s Running Course Starts Soon

Women’s Running Course Starts Soon

Ever thought about taking up running for fitness and fun? Would you like to find out how you can do it regardless of your current size or fitness level?

Summer Fishing Is Fun!

Summer Fishing Is Fun!

The Christmas and New Year holiday crowds have come and gone but the fishing has remained consistent, with both South Burnett dams fishing well despite the low water levels.

Auskick Programs Ready To Kick Off

Auskick Programs Ready To Kick Off

Auskick, an introductory program for Aussie Rules, will be running in Blackbutt, Nanango and Kingaroy this year.

Bush Battle Helps Country Racing

Bush Battle Helps Country Racing

A novel “Battle Of The Bush” Queensland racing initiative later this year is a remarkable boost for the non-TAB fraternity.

Trainer Barred For 12 Months

Trainer Barred For 12 Months

Dalby trainer Gilbert Baker has been barred from racing for 12 months after a gelding he trained returned a positive urine test at Nanango Races in September.

Joshua’s Running For A Record

Joshua’s Running For A Record

Murgon youngster Joshua Williams has his eyes set on a world running record … and a baggy green cap.

South Burnett Summer Fishing Is Great

South Burnett Summer Fishing Is Great

Summer is a great time of year to be outdoors with family and friends and it’s also the best time of year to be on the water.

Futsal Back On Thursday

Futsal Back On Thursday

AFA Futsal South Burnett Schools and Gol Brazil will be back in action on Thursday (February 1) at the Kingaroy State High School Sports Hall.

Matty’s Our New Speedway King

Matty’s Our New Speedway King

NSW driver – and current Modified Sedans national champion – Matty Smith was crowned King of Kingaroy on Saturday after three nights of racing at the South Burnett Speedway.

More Support For Great Horse Ride

More Support For Great Horse Ride

Gympie Regional Council has increased its financial support for this year’s Kilkivan Great Horse Ride to $9500, up $3000 from last year.

Enthusiasm And Energy For A New Year

Enthusiasm And Energy For A New Year

Thoroughbred racing by nature is a mix of dilemmas and delights. Not everyone can be a winner and not every venture developed by the industry’s leadership comes off.

Jaden Picked For Hayden XI

Jaden Picked For Hayden XI

Kingaroy junior cricketer Jaden Heness has been selected in the Matthew Hayden XI to take on the Martin Love XI in a mini-competition next month.

Netballers To Get New Courts

Netballers To Get New Courts

Nanango’s netballers had every reason to jump for joy on Wednesday when they learned the Federal Government will chip in the remaining $200,000 they need to rebuild the club’s netball courts.

Marathon Effort By Kingaroy Nurse

Marathon Effort By Kingaroy Nurse

A recent trip to New York City to tick off an item on her “bucket list” led to an inspirational meeting for one Kingaroy health worker.

Get Started Vouchers Open Soon

Get Started Vouchers Open Soon

The Queensland Government will expand its popular Get Started Vouchers program, offering a record $5.62 million in Round 11.

Play It Safe At Dams

Play It Safe At Dams

Authorities are urging visitors to dams and lakes to play it safe this summer in the wake of a number of recent incidents.

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