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.
A barbecue was held at the Kingaroy Ambulance Station on Thursday to welcome new paramedics
Nanango & District Kindergarten reckons its new front entrance looks amazing.
Cherie Baldacchino’s father would often say, “a girl can’t do that” … but he had a cheeky grin and an ulterior motive.
A new recipe book showcasing tried and tested Bunya nut recipes from mountain residents was launched last week.
A lot of people might have thought the concept of an art gallery in Blackbutt was a crazy idea back in 2002.
Members and friends of the Bunya Mountains Natural History Association have been busily breaking up bunya cones to pop the nuts into the freezer.
Wondai’s weekly parkrun group celebrated two milestones on Saturday when one of the group’s members helped them complete their first run around world, and another celebrated her 50th day of volunteering.
Community groups are being invited to apply for support from the latest round of grants under the Heritage Nanango Community Funding scheme
Kingaroy SES hopes to sign up a string of new members following an Open Day on Saturday
The annual “Basket Of Hope” Christmas toy run by local bikers delivered a mini-mountain of gifts to the Salvation Army in Kingaroy on Saturday morning.
A special presentation was made to a special member at the Nanango Lions Club’s “Den” in George Street on Monday night.
A breakfast on Tuesday, December 17, will help raise funds for a Kingaroy family whose child suffers from a rare genetic disorder.
Santa Claus will be making many visits to the South Burnett over coming weeks – and one of them will be to Kingaroy’s RSPCA shelter on Tuesday, December 3.