The historic Nanango Butter Factory diesel motor – which formerly supplied power to the local town – roared back into life on Saturday morning.
Goomeri’s main streets are looking a little brighter and happier this Spring thanks to an unusual initiative from a small group of volunteers and local businesses.
The Nanango Tourism and Development Association re-elected its president and secretary at the group’s Annual General Meeting last week.
Applications are now open for the latest round of Coopers Gap Wind Farm community grants.
Following last year’s extreme bushfire conditions, the Bunya Mountains community sought ways to ensure that residents and visitors in the Bunya Mountains would be safe should a disaster strike the area.
Acting Assistant Commissioner Tony Armstrong was the special guest at the annual general meeting of the Kingaroy Local Ambulance Committee this week.
The world of radio-controlled aircraft has changed a lot since the last time Mark Brazier was flying.
St John’s Lutheran School student Charlotte Landherr has won first prize in a national writing competition.
Malar-Booie Rural Fire Brigade now has some of the latest communication technology on board, just in time for the official start of Queensland’s bushfire season.
Two new books detailing special pieces of Proston’s history have now gone on sale.
Vietnam veteran Athol Millar, from Blackbutt, could hardly believe it when he was told his service medals had been found after being missing for 36 years.
The Queensland Justices Association’s South Burnett branch is happy to be back meeting after the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
The Kingaroy Community Police Consultative Committee marked its 30th anniversary last month, making it one of the longest-serving police liaison committees in Queensland.
Noticed the electronic sign outside Nanango State School in Drayton Street?
The COVID-19 pandemic has put most South Burnett community groups temporarily out of action … but while some have ground to a standstill, others have been using the lockdown in highly productive ways.
The schedule for Heritage Nanango’s annual community grants program will be altered slightly this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It was “back to school” on Monday across Queensland with in-classroom learning resuming for students in all years
Nanango enjoyed what could well be the town’s last carefree day for awhile last Saturday when two reunions were celebrated in the grounds of Ringsfield House.
Heritage Bank in Nanango has placed an automated external defibrillator (AED) for the use of the public in emergency situations on the wall of its branch.
Community groups only have nine more days to apply for support in the latest round of the Heritage Nanango Community Funding scheme.