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Tally Board Tracks Fundraising

Tally Board Tracks Fundraising

Customers at Nanango’s Heritage Community Branch will find something new in the foyer the next time they visit.

Rain Can’t Stop 58th Reunion

Rain Can’t Stop 58th Reunion

A much-loved annual reunion of past and present Nanango residents quietly celebrated its 58th birthday on Saturday.

Kindy Snags A New Barbie

Kindy Snags A New Barbie

Nanango and District Kindergarten have been cooking up a storm thanks to a new barbecue sponsored by Heritage Bank Nanango.

Heritage Grants Close This Friday

Heritage Grants Close This Friday

Community groups only have until the end of this week to apply for support in the latest round of the Heritage Nanango Community Funding scheme.

Ergon ‘Oldies’ Get Together

Ergon ‘Oldies’ Get Together

Former Ergon workers got together to swap stories and share memories in Wondai recently, and the group now plans to make it a regular event.

Firies Learn Valuable First Aid Skills

Firies Learn Valuable First Aid Skills

Firefighters from several local rural brigades gathered in the training room at the Rural Fire Service Burnett HQ in Kingaroy on Saturday to brush up on their first aid skills.

Nanango Gears Up For Another Reunion

Nanango Gears Up For Another Reunion

The annual reunion of past and present Nanango residents will be held in the grounds of Ringsfield House on Saturday, March 16.

Submariners Dive Into Region

Submariners Dive Into Region

The South Burnett may have never had a submarine fleet to call its own but Bill Clayton is quietly confident there are submariners living in the region.

Sub-Branch Donates<BR> $2500 To Inclusive Park

Sub-Branch Donates
$2500 To Inclusive Park

Nanango’s drive for an inclusive playground at Butter Factory Park took another leap forward on Friday night

Cattle School Ready For 18th Year

Cattle School Ready For 18th Year

Excited children and adults are ready to get ‘mooovin’ at the annual Brahmousin Cattle School in Nanango this month.

Free Come & Try For Junior Bees

Free Come & Try For Junior Bees

The Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club will be giving youngsters a chance to give speedway motorcycling a go for free this Sunday, February 10.

Heritage Grants Round Opens

Heritage Grants Round Opens

Community groups and events are being invited to apply for support from the 2019 round of the Heritage Nanango Community Funding scheme.

Mondure Couple Celebrates 50 Years

Mondure Couple Celebrates 50 Years

A pair of “grey nomads” who came to the South Burnett to lend a hand with BlazeAid – and stayed – celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday.

Lions To Donate $1500 To LifeFlight

Lions To Donate $1500 To LifeFlight

Wondai Lions Club’s Christmas raffle has raised more than $800 for the LifeFlight Foundation.

Three Lone Pines To Be Planted

Three Lone Pines To Be Planted

Lone Pines – descendants of the original trees from the famous World War I battlefield at Gallipoli – are to be planted at three locations in Nanango.

NaTDA Elects New President

NaTDA Elects New President

Nanango Tourism and Development Association has elected a new president for 2018-19

Big Turnout At Murgon Lunch

Big Turnout At Murgon Lunch

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington was the guest speaker at the MurgonĀ RSL Sub-Branch community lunch held at Murgon RSL last Thursday.

Bernborough – Was He The Greatest?

Bernborough – Was He The Greatest?

There’s been a lot of publicity recently about Winx – well-deserved, of courseĀ  … world record consecutive Group 1 wins, four Cox Plates – but South Burnett journalist Keith Kratzmann believes that with all this buzz, another great champion is at risk of being forgotten.

$10,000 Grant For Little Athletics

$10,000 Grant For Little Athletics

Nanango Little Athletics Club’s plans to build a long jump pit and grandstand at Nanango State High School will be able to take another big leap forward, thanks to a grant from the Federal Government.

‘How We Made Our Armistice Ball’

‘How We Made Our Armistice Ball’

Blackbutt celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Armistice on November 10 with a ball that attracted a stellar line-up of speakers and performers and drew more than 180 paying guests.

Big Interest In Rail Trail Group

Big Interest In Rail Trail Group

The future of the South Burnett Rail Trail looks very bright according to the newly formed South Burnett Rail Trail Users Association.

Heritage Backs Inclusive Playground

Heritage Backs Inclusive Playground

A campaign to create an inclusive playground at Butter Factory Park in Nanango has received a major boost from Nanango’s Heritage Bank.

Halloween Fun Bewitches Nanango

Halloween Fun Bewitches Nanango

Numbers at Nanango’s fifth annual Halloween street party were slightly down this year, but organisers were actually feeling relieved.

Racing Hard For Road Safety

Racing Hard For Road Safety

Nanango police took it to the track on Saturday for their third annual road safety day at South Burnett Kart Hire.