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NaTDA Offers To Save Nanango’s History

NaTDA Offers To Save Nanango’s History

The Nanango Tourism and Development Association will offer to take over the assets of the Nanango Historical Society if the Society votes to wind up at its Annual General Meeting on August 2.

MP’s Visit Covers All The Bases

MP’s Visit Covers All The Bases

When you represent an electorate three times as big as Victoria, you have to do a lot of travelling and you need to cram as much into every visit as you possibly can.

Historical Society Debates Its Future

Historical Society Debates Its Future

The Nanango Historical Society will debate a motion to close down at its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, August 2.

United Servo Opens In Nanango

United Servo Opens In Nanango

Nanango’s updated United Petroleum service station opened on Monday after several months of construction.

Taxi Damaged In Crash

Taxi Damaged In Crash

No one was injured in a collision between two vehicles on the corner of Cairns Street and Appin Street West on Monday afternoon.

Scouts Lend A Helping Hand

Scouts Lend A Helping Hand

There were some unfamiliar faces behind the counter at the Nanango Lions’ food van at the monthly Nanango markets on Saturday.

Big Week Planned For NAIDOC

Big Week Planned For NAIDOC

NAIDOC Week is being celebrated around Australia from July 8-15, and a number of South Burnett towns have special events planned to mark the occasion

Nanango Gets Its Christmas Carnival Back

Nanango Gets Its Christmas Carnival Back

Nanango won’t have a New Year’s Eve Mardi Gras this year … but it will have a family-oriented Christmas Carnival in Pioneer Park for the first time in almost a decade.

Nanango Gets CCTV Security System

Nanango Gets CCTV Security System

Nanango has become the second town in the South Burnett to install a CCTV video surveillance system, thanks to the Federal Government’s Safer Streets program and Heritage Nanango Community Branch

Woman Hurt In Highway Collision

Woman Hurt In Highway Collision

A woman has been flown to Brisbane in a stable condition after a head-on collision on the D’Aguilar Highway between South Nanango and Yarraman on Sunday afternoon.

Riders Tackle Nanango Endurance

Riders Tackle Nanango Endurance

The Nanango Heritage Endurance Ride is always a test for horses and riders … but at least the horses get regular vet checks!

Old Church Enjoys Mural Makeover

Old Church Enjoys Mural Makeover

Nanango has a new attraction on its mural trail with the official unveiling on Saturday of the re-decorated Churchyard Shop in Burnett Street.

Nanango Takes Ekka Trifecta

Nanango Takes Ekka Trifecta

It was a big night for the Nanango Show Society on Saturday … not only did they host the annual dinner for South Burnett show societies, but their entrants were also selected to represent the region at this year’s Brisbane Ekka.

World Comes To Nanango To Play

World Comes To Nanango To Play

Tucked away at the end of a laneway in Nanango is one of the South Burnett’s hidden gems … a home to local and visiting musicians, some of whom have travelled vast distances to share their talents with local residents.

Knitters Love To Stop And Natter

Knitters Love To Stop And Natter

During the French Revolution, women reportedly sat in the street knitting as the heads rolled … these days, women can be still be spotted knitting in the street but fortunately there’s no guillotine in Nanango!

Council To Test Water Pumps

Council To Test Water Pumps

The South Burnett Regional Council will release 300 hours of bore water flow down Barkers and Meandu creeks near Nanango after local farmers knocked back an offer for the water.

Nanango Turns On Surprises

Nanango Turns On Surprises

Nanango Race Club’s Autumn meeting last Saturday was full of surprises, not the least of which was a surprise visit by Racing Minister Stirling Hinchliffe.

Vale John Lee: 1931-2018

Vale John Lee: 1931-2018

Well-respected South Burnett resident – and former Nanango Race Club president – John Lee, 87,  died in the Wesley Hospital in Brisbane on Wednesday morning

Can You Pick Who’s Guilty?

Can You Pick Who’s Guilty?

Whodunnit fans will have fun trying to work out who really did it when the curtain goes up on the Nanango Theatre Company’s latest production on Friday (June 1).

Nanango’s Line-Up Offers Variety

Nanango’s Line-Up Offers Variety

There is a very exciting mixture on offer at Nanango Race Club’s fixture this Saturday.

Shining At Nanango Car Show

Shining At Nanango Car Show

The South Burnett Car Club’s show and shine at the Nanango Football Grounds on Sunday attracted an impressive total of 64 entries – cars and motorbikes.

Community Backs Playground Plan

Community Backs Playground Plan

A proposal to create a playground in Nanango for children with disabilities took a step forward on Tuesday night

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