A bus being used as a residence at Booie was destroyed by fire in the early hours of Thursday.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington was the special guest at Nanango Fire Station last Monday night to congratulate local firefighters on their efforts.
Fire investigators have confirmed a blaze which destroyed a shed in South Nanango on Friday morning was accidental.
The Federal and State governments have activated further relief measures for farmers and councils affected by bushfires in southern Queensland.
The local fire ban in the South and North Burnett, Cherbourg and Gympie council areas has been extended to 11:59pm next Monday (November 13).
A man aged in his 50s suffered burns after trying to contain a bushfire at Old Cooranga on Saturday.
A fire burning in a paddock behind Knight Street cast a pall of smoke over Kingaroy on Thursday afternoon.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services issued a number of fire bans for local council areas on Saturday,
Urban and rural fire units from Kingaroy and Nanango were called to a house on fire in Brights Road, Nanango, on Monday evening.
Large clouds of grey and black smoke billowed from a large grass fire burning near Barber Street in Cherbourg on Tuesday afternoon.
A rear section of the Broadway Hotel in Kingaroy was badly damaged by fire on Saturday afternoon, the second blaze at the building in less than a year.
A small garden shed in Nanango was gutted by a fire which broke out in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A grader was brought in on Wednesday afternoon in a bid to control a large grassfire burning in the Wattle Camp area.
At 5:45pm on Thursday, QFES issued a STAY INFORMED bushfire warning for Ballogie.
Eleven fire crews were called on Thursday afternoon to a vegetation fire burning in the Charlestown area near Wondai.
At 4:04pm on Thursday, QFES issued a STAY INFORMED bushfire warning for Durong.
Firefighters were taking action on Tuesday afternoon to stop the Maidenwell fire, which has been burning since Sunday, from heading into the forestry area to the east of the town.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services downgraded the bushfire warning to Maidenwell residents at 12:41pm on Sunday (August 13).
Booie Rise Rural Fire Brigade is now the proud owner of a LandCruiser GXL light attack vehicle, thanks to the Rural Fire Brigades Association of Queensland.
At 2:13pm on Monday, QFES issued a STAY INFORMED bushfire warning for Mp Creek, near Wondai.