It’s not every day that you’ll see knights, damsels (not in distress), vikings, samurai and the odd dragon wandering around outside an art gallery.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has officially handed over four new ambulances to paramedics at the Kingaroy, Nanango and Yarraman ambulance stations.
Anger at Tarong Power Station job cuts and the cancellation of Stanwell Corporation’s 2014 apprenticeship intake boiled over at a public meeting held at Nanango RSL tonight.
An Electrical Trades Union spokesman said today he expected about 100 workers and community members to attend the union’s “Save Our Town Forum” which will be held in Nanango this evening.
Nanango Race Club’s annual “Cup” day is always big … but Saturday’s meeting was huge with crowd numbers boosted by visitors in town for the evening centenary celebrations of the Nanango rugby league team.
A public forum will be held in Nanango on Thursday to protest against recent job losses at Stanwell, Ergon and in the public sector.
Work is due to start soon in Nanango on Stage 1 of the South Burnett Regional Council’s streetscaping project in Nanango.
Nanango Art Society are gearing up – literally – for their upcoming Medieval Fun Day.
The “South Burnett Shines” community expo planned for Nanango next month is definitely still going ahead but it won’t be run under the umbrella of Boots’n Bulldust Inc.
Kelly Smith, from Blackbutt, needs just $600 and he’ll be “the happiest bloke in Australia”; the money will allow him to freight a container-load of much-needed medical equipment to a tiny hospital in Papua New Guinea.
Nanart will be holding a “Soup Degustation Night” at the Nanango Cultural Centre in George Street, Nanango at 6:00pm on Friday, July 19 as a fundraiser for next year’s Nanango Arts Festival.
Nanango will receive a boost – and a facelift – from a $276,000 cash injection by the State Government announced today.
St Anne’s Anglican parish in Nanango now has a “Shed” to complement its “Churchyard Shop” to help meet the growing demand on its services.
Police were called to Nanango State School this afternoon after reports of a threat made to the school.
South Burnett residents will have the opportunity next week to chat with author Liz Caffery, creator of the region’s special book of memories about the 2011/13 floods, “Reflections”.
Nanango artist Karol Oakley has won a first prize at this year’s Pastel Society of Australia Winter Competition in Brisbane.
There were Clubmans, Coopers, Mokes … in fact, Minis of every variety, shape and colour could be spotted on South Burnett roads at the weekend.
There are two events happening at the Nanango & District Camera Club in July
Nanango businesswoman Cath Kenny has joined together with the Boots’n Bulldust committee to prove that the South Burnett still shines.
Testing has detected legionella bacteria in water samples at four South Burnett hospitals