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Carols On Sunday

Carols On Sunday

Nanango and Kingaroy will be kicking off the Christmas season this Sunday with Community Christmas Carols.

Your Rates: How They Have Risen

Your Rates: How They Have Risen

Blackbutt/Benarkin residents have enjoyed the lowest average rate rise of any South Burnett town in the past six years while Kingaroy residents have suffered the steepest.

Ringsfield Gets A Facelift

Ringsfield Gets A Facelift

Historic Ringsfield House at Nanango is undergoing a renewal in the form of a new paint job, both inside and out.

Softball Festival Postponed

This weekend’s Softball Festival in Nanango has been postponed.

Learn To Cook Jamie Oliver-Style

Learn To Cook Jamie Oliver-Style

Bookings have opened for cooking classes at super chef Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen

South Burnett Bowls News: 16-Nov-13

South Burnett Bowls News: 16-Nov-13

What’s been happening on the bowling greens around our part of South East Queensland over the last week?

Nanango Students Farewell Year 12

Nanango Students Farewell Year 12

The South Burnett’s “formal season” had its second burst on Thursday night at Nanango State High School

Howdy Pardner! Jest Call Me Cowboy

Howdy Pardner! Jest Call Me Cowboy

A new theatre-restaurant production will erupt into life at Kingaroy RSL this Friday night

Work To Start Soon On New Bridge

The timber bridge on Drayton Street, Nanango, will be the first bridge to receive an upgrade through the South Burnett Regional Council’s “Bridges to Recovery” program.

Fire Crews At East Nanango

Fire Crews At East Nanango

Seven fire crews are on site at a fire burning this afternoon in East Nanango.

Muster Supports Local Groups

Muster Supports Local Groups

Profits from the Old-Time Dance held at the recent Heritage Country Music Muster in Nanango, along with donations and money raised through raffles has been donated to a number of local community organisations.

Tax Changes ‘A Double Win’

Tax Changes ‘A Double Win’

Nurses, teachers, doctors and other hard-working locals in the South Burnett will be the big winners from the Federal Government’s decision to reverse the tax deductibility of self-education expenses, Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd said today.

Axe Falls On Brisbane Bus Service

Axe Falls On Brisbane Bus Service

In a move sure to stun many local residents, Brisbane Bus Lines confirmed today it plans to axe its Brisbane-Murgon-Brisbane bus service in the New Year.

New Computer Makes Workshop Possible

New Computer Makes Workshop Possible

Earlier this year the Nanango & District camera club were fotunate enough to obtain a community grant from the Heritage Nanango Community Bank, which allowed the club to buy a much-needed computer.

Nanango’s History Comes To Life

Nanango’s History Comes To Life

The “founding father” of Nanango was recalled at Heritage House on Monday evening with the launch of a new biography about Jacob Goode.

Rockers Gather For A Weekend Of Fun

Rockers Gather For A Weekend Of Fun

The second annual Waterhole Rocks festival drew an enthusiastic group of rock’n’roll fans to Nanango Showgrounds

Petition Launched To Save Trees

Petition Launched To Save Trees

Greens spokesman – and Brooklands resident – Grant Newson has launched a petition in a bid to stop the South Burnett Regional Council removing an avenue of camphor laurel trees as part of its streetscaping revamp of the Nanango CBD.

Car Runs Off Highway

Car Runs Off Highway

A male driver has been taken to Kingaroy Hospital after a single-vehicle incident on the D’Aguilar Highway near Nanango this evening.

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