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Nanango’s $2.3m Council Centre Opens

Nanango’s $2.3m Council Centre Opens

The $2.37 million spent on refurbishing the Nanango Customer Service Centre and Library will have no impact on rates, South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell said on Thursday.

Thief Targets Elderly Hospital Patient

Thief Targets Elderly Hospital Patient

An elderly woman has been targeted by a callous thief while a patient at Nanango Hospital.

Official Opening Of $2m Upgrade

Official Opening Of $2m Upgrade

Residents have been invited to attend the official opening of the refurbished Nanango Library and Council building on Thursday (January 23).

Charges After Police Station Visit

Charges After Police Station Visit

A 62-year-old man who drove to Nanango police station on December 23 may now be regretting his decision … he has ended up facing multiple charges and will appear in Nanango Magistrates Court.

Nanango Welcomes Christmas

Nanango Welcomes Christmas

A large crowd packed Pioneer Park in Nanango on Friday night for the annual Heritage Christmas Carnival

Rob’s The Pride Of Nanango Lions

Rob’s The Pride Of Nanango Lions

A special presentation was made to a special member at the Nanango Lions Club’s “Den” in George Street on Monday night.

Plaque Marks End Of Naming Saga

Plaque Marks End Of Naming Saga

A small plaque attached to a bench in Drayton Street, Nanango has marked the end of one of the South Burnett Regional Council’s most extraordinary infrastructure naming decisions.

Police Seek Witnesses

Police Seek Witnesses

Police investigations are continuing into the alleged assault of a 12-year-old Tarong girl in Nanango last Tuesday (November 26).

Calista’s Bringing Carols Back Home

Calista’s Bringing Carols Back Home

Nanango’s “little cathedral in the bush” is welcoming back home soprano Calista Walters this Christmas for a special performance of carols on Saturday, December 14.

Silly Season Hits Nanango Races

Silly Season Hits Nanango Races

Nanango’s special Christmas race meeting on Sunday had everything … spills, thrills and even a spot of cooling rain between races.

Police Memories Will Live Forever

Police Memories Will Live Forever

Former and serving police officers gathered in Nanango on Friday to pay tribute to a fellow officer who died in 2010, and receive a copy of a book dedicated to his memory.

Woman Airlifted After Highway Crash

Woman Airlifted After Highway Crash

A woman was airlifted to hospital in a critical condition after a single-vehicle crash on the D’Aguilar Highway at South Nanango on Sunday morning.

$28,300 Men’s Shed Grants Announced

$28,300 Men’s Shed Grants Announced

Five local Men’s Sheds have received a total of more than $28,300 in Federal Government grants under Round 19 of the National Shed Development Program.

101 Years Gone But Never Forgotten …

101 Years Gone But Never Forgotten …

Any thoughts that interest in Remembrance Day would fade away after last year’s Centenary commemorations were put to rest on Monday with strong turnouts at events across the South Burnett.

Horror Night Was Heaps Of Fun

Horror Night Was Heaps Of Fun

Little Drayton Street in Nanango was the dead-heart of the South Burnett on Thursday night … attracting ghosts, goblins and spooky spirits for another monster Halloween celebration.

Man Hurt In Crash

Man Hurt In Crash

A man suffered head and leg injuries in a single-vehicle crash in Nanango on Sunday morning.

Obituary: Sandy Towell

Obituary: Sandy Towell

A graveside funeral service will be held next Thursday (October 24) for well-known Nanango businesswoman Sandy Towell who died aged 67 on Tuesday.

Balladeer In Nanango

Balladeer In Nanango

Canadian singer-songwriter Scott Cook will be bringing his much-travelled mix of roots and folk ballads to Nanango on Saturday night (October 12) at The Shed.

Water Works In Nanango

Water Works In Nanango

Nanango residents have been advised that South Burnett Regional Council is beginning water main replacement works in the town.

Two Hurt In Crash

Two Hurt In Crash

Two people have been taken to hospital following a collision in Nanango on Wednesday afternoon.

Two Injured in Crash

Two Injured in Crash

Two people have been injured – one seriously – in a collision on the D’Aguilar Highway at South Nanango on Sunday evening.

Art Project’s A Pathway To Peace

Art Project’s A Pathway To Peace

Looking for something unusual to do these school holidays? How about helping to paint a portable labyrinth?

Music Muster Draws Big Crowd

Music Muster Draws Big Crowd

Nanango’s annual Heritage Country Music Muster provided a welcome boost to the town’s economy last week.

Summer Steps Out For Qld

Summer Steps Out For Qld

Nanango State High School student Summer Millard is striding out ahead of the pack … literally.