April 2019

Published a story 17th Apr 2019 11:12 PM

THE team is looking to do some things a bit differently when it takes over kerbside garbage collection in coming months.

New Southern Downs garbage collector commits to local jobs

THE team is looking to do some things a bit differently when it takes over kerbside garbage collection in coming months.

Published a story 17th Apr 2019 11:09 PM

JUNE Hoskin's pet was a smart lad who could speak and whistle on command but he attracted unwanted attention his free-range mates, so he had to go.

Pet galah's mates were too wild for Warwick neighbours

JUNE Hoskin's pet was a smart lad who could speak and whistle on command but he attracted unwanted attention his free-range mates, so he had to go.

Published a story 17th Apr 2019 5:54 PM

THE Carey Bros employees have battled a rough week of activism and illness, but the community has backed them.

Yangan abattoir staff treated after suspected ammonia attack

THE Carey Bros employees have battled a rough week of activism and illness, but the community has backed them.

Published a story 16th Apr 2019 5:36 PM

THE teams have arrived, the hotels are full and businesses are lining up to cash in on the influx of World Cup visitors.

Business booms as Warwick prepares to take on the world

THE teams have arrived, the hotels are full and businesses are lining up to cash in on the influx of World Cup visitors.

Published a story 16th Apr 2019 12:12 AM

BEN McMahon grew up watching his dad Pat trade livestock and he knew from a young age that he wanted to be an auctioneer. He is now a leader in his field.

Young Killarney auctioneer one of the best in the country

BEN McMahon grew up watching his dad Pat trade livestock and he knew from a young age that he wanted to be an auctioneer. He is now a leader in his field.

Published a story 15th Apr 2019 2:30 PM

THE Queensland Government is changing the rules so protesters who enter farms with out permission will be fined, regardless of the landowners' wishes.

Next lot of vegan activists face on-the-spot fines

THE Queensland Government is changing the rules so protesters who enter farms with out permission will be fined, regardless of the landowners' wishes.

Published a story 15th Apr 2019 11:17 AM

TONY Gifford is a man who knew what he wanted and was determined to be the best in his unusual profession.

Yangan saddler claims national award for craftsmanship

TONY Gifford is a man who knew what he wanted and was determined to be the best in his unusual profession.

Published a story 12th Apr 2019 6:12 PM

FOR years to come the March the Dungarees will have pride of place in Anzac and Remembrance Day services.

GALLERY: Memorial sets our war history on stone

FOR years to come the March the Dungarees will have pride of place in Anzac and Remembrance Day services.

Published a story 12th Apr 2019 6:05 PM

MATT Mudford was one of the worst criminals in the New Zealand prison system. Drug and alcohol addiction set him on a destructive path but the Bible saved him.

Meet the man hauling a large wooden cross around Warwick

MATT Mudford was one of the worst criminals in the New Zealand prison system. Drug and alcohol addiction set him on a destructive path but the Bible saved him.

Published a story 11th Apr 2019 8:25 PM

RESIDENTS in the new Granite Belt Regional Council must cop a massive rates increase for de-amalgamation to proceed.

Split advocates, SDRC respond to Queensland Treasury finding

RESIDENTS in the new Granite Belt Regional Council must cop a massive rates increase for de-amalgamation to proceed.

more recent activity