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Bridge Named After Local Pioneer

Bridge Named After Local Pioneer

Nanango’s Drayton Street bridge will be renamed the “Ben Walters Bridge” when it reopens later this week.

Expert Photographer Draws Big Crowd

Expert Photographer Draws Big Crowd

The Nanango Camera Club’s March meeting saw a big increase in attendance when we were treated to a very informative talk and equipment demonstration from award-winning Ipswich animal photographer Tina Dial.

Theatre Prepares For Laughs

Theatre Prepares For Laughs

The Nanango Theatre Company has begun rehearsing its first production for 2014 … and they say it will be a side-splitter.

Darts Club Back On Target

Darts Club Back On Target

The Nanango and District Darts Association (NADDA) is making a strong return to the South Burnett darts circuit in 2014.

Calling All Junior Chefs!

Calling All Junior Chefs!

Nanango’s Copper Country Restaurant is sponsoring a “Junior Chef Award” at this year’s Nanango Show.

Proud Citizens ‘Adopt’ A Highway

Proud Citizens ‘Adopt’ A Highway

It wasn’t Clean Up Australia Day but that didn’t matter to the team of volunteers – all wearing bright orange safety vests – who were scouring the D’Aguilar Highway in Nanango this morning.

Man, 63, Charged Over Cannabis Plants

Man, 63, Charged Over Cannabis Plants

A 63-year-old Nanango man will appear in Nanango Magistrates Court on April 22 after police seized a number of cannabis plants in a house on Smith Road at Booie on Wednesday.

Water Tank Crushes Man

Water Tank Crushes Man

A man has been airlifted to hospital with suspected spinal injuries after a water tank rolled and crushed him this morning on a rural property in South Nanango.

Minister Meets With
Building Industry Reps

Minister Meets With<br> Building Industry Reps

South Burnett builders and contractors had the opportunity this afternoon to get an update about the latest regulatory changes in the construction industry, directly from the MP responsible.

Minister To Meet Local Builders

Minister To Meet Local Builders

South Burnett builders and contractors will have the chance to meet the Tim Mander, the Minister for Housing and Public Works, in Nanango next week.

Kingaroy To Host FFA Cup Match

Kingaroy To Host FFA Cup Match

In a great coup for our region, Nanango will take on 2013 Toowoomba Premier League Grand Finalists, Willowburn, on Saturday March 15 in Kingaroy at 5:00pm.

Keren’s Works Line Cafe’s Walls

Keren’s Works Line Cafe’s Walls

Nanango photographer Keren McSweeney will be giving customers at Kingaroy’s Utopia Cafe something to think about over their coffee this month.

One Punch Leads To Prison

One Punch Leads To Prison

A 20-year-old Nanango man was today sentenced to 18 months jail for an assault which left a man with a jaw so badly broken that a titanium plate and screws had to be inserted by surgeons.

Nanango Wins First FFA Cup Match

Nanango Wins First FFA Cup Match

Nanango’s FFA side beat Toowoomba premier league team Gatton 2-0 at Clive Berghoffer Stadium on Saturday night.

Top Pet Photographer
To Visit Nanango Club

Top Pet Photographer<br> To Visit Nanango Club

Well-known Ipswich pet photographer Tina Dial will be visiting the Nanango Camera Club next month.

CCTVs To Stop Vandalism

CCTVs To Stop Vandalism

The South Burnett Regional Council will soon install closed circuit video cameras in 10 of the region’s public parks in a bid to combat vandalism.

Fun For All At Baby Show

Fun For All At Baby Show

Preparations for this year’s Heritage Nanango Mardi Gras got off to a flying start on Saturday with a very special fundraiser.

Cherbourg Alcohol Ban Being Reviewed

Cherbourg Alcohol Ban Being Reviewed

Cherbourg’s alcohol ban may be lifted depending on community attitudes and the result of a joint application by Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council and the South Burnett Regional Council.

Belinda’s Special Effort For Her Mum

Belinda’s Special Effort For Her Mum

The World’s Greatest Shave will be taking on a special meaning this year for Peta Baines’ family

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