Nanango Police are urging residents to pay special attention to securing their motorbikes after a spate of thefts in the area.
The Nanango Markets in December are always the biggest of the year … and Saturday’s effort was no exception as shoppers flocked to grab Christmas bargains.
It’s not every day that you turn 101, so Margaret Francis had a special “customised” birthday experience
The fundraising campaign to help Murgon mum Shona Muckert pay for breakthrough surgery that will help her walk again received a $1200 boost at the weekend.
Police believe the death of a motorbike rider on Manumbar Road at Johnstown this morning was caused by a medical condition.
Ergon Energy work crews have replaced some equipment that was arcing on the top of an electricity pole near the Nanango netball courts.
Several South Burnett health programs and providers have received a funding boost from Darling Downs South West Queensland Medicare Local.
The first of Nanango’s new flowering trees – designed to make an impact statement when motorists drive into the town along either the Burnett or D’Aguilar highways – were delivered to the South Burnett Regional Council on Monday morning.
The clock was turned back to the 1920s at Nanango Races on Saturday with flapper dresses and pearls in abundance, and even a top hat or two.
The Nanango Cultural Centre has been brimming with tinsel, trees and Christmas spirit for the past few days as a fundraiser for the local school chaplaincy program.
The South Burnett Regional Council will sponsor a “Shop Local” campaign for the South Burnett’s retail businesses this Christmas in an effort to boost the region’s economy.
Nanango and Kingaroy will be kicking off the Christmas season this Sunday with Community Christmas Carols.
Thieves have targeted Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House in recent weeks, stealing paint and other items.
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.
Historic Ringsfield House at Nanango is undergoing a renewal in the form of a new paint job, both inside and out.
This weekend’s Softball Festival in Nanango has been postponed.
Nanango author Bill Andress will be launching his latest book, “Think Back 2”, at Ringsfield early next month
Bookings have opened for cooking classes at super chef Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen
What’s been happening on the bowling greens around our part of South East Queensland over the last week?
The South Burnett’s “formal season” had its second burst on Thursday night at Nanango State High School