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Tue 15 Jan 2019

Quilpie coated in red dust

Quilpie coated in red dust

A dust storm has torn through Quilpie at the weekend.

Brothers give their street food a vibrant new base

Brothers give their street food a vibrant new base

Popular Charleville food vendors, the Street Food Brothers, have upgraded their market stall.

Photographers snap to it for a shot at state comp

Photographers snap to it for a shot at state comp

CWA branches across the region are gearing up for this year's State Photography Competition.

St George owned horse defies all the odds

St George owned horse defies all the odds

Proud St George & surrounds owners on cloud 9 after impressive, odd-defying Gold Coast win

Mon 14 Jan 2019

Swansong for ag program

Swansong for ag program

Agriculture industry left dumbfounded after State Government cuts.

Drought plan needed after fish deaths

Drought plan needed after fish deaths

Recent events prompt industry body to find solution

Fri 11 Jan 2019

House fire forces authorities to close street

House fire forces authorities to close street

The public has been asked to stay away from May St if they do not need to be there.

College wind-down continues

College wind-down continues

Three new staff will be hired by the state government to close down the school

Keeping connected

Keeping connected

Service to help patients feel better connected while using facilities

Thu 10 Jan 2019

Cutest little family moves to Roma

Cutest little family moves to Roma

A family of tawny frogmouths have settled into life in Roma

Councils joining forces to drive local tourism

Councils joining forces to drive local tourism

Building our towns to foster a greater tourism industry is the goal of six collaborating local councils.

Wed 9 Jan 2019

Tariff cuts no benefit without more water

Tariff cuts no benefit without more water

Western Downs farmers won't see benefits of new tariff cuts without a more generous water allocation.

Furry little educators

Furry little educators

Rare bilby triplets will have an important job telling the story of their species in the southwest.

Tue 8 Jan 2019

Racing industry farewells Cunnamulla trainer

Racing industry farewells Cunnamulla trainer

Barry Miller, who started a stellar training career in Cunnamulla, has died age 78.

All hands on deck for rural fire recruitment

All hands on deck for rural fire recruitment

The volunteer position is more than lights and sirens, and QRFS are looking for the right people.

Power pole fire shuts Warrego Highway west of Toowoomba

Power pole fire shuts Warrego Highway west of Toowoomba

THE Warrego Highway west of Toowoomba was closed to traffic after a power pole caught fire this morning.

Mon 7 Jan 2019

Technology to unlock secrets of the source

Technology to unlock secrets of the source

Satellites and supercomputers will be put to use in a new study of the Great Artesian Basin this year, with scientists thirsty for information.

Next gen of ag get a helping hand

Next gen of ag get a helping hand

Bursaries to inspire great careers for next generation of agriculture

Agforce challenges 'confusing' land-clearing laws

Agforce challenges 'confusing' land-clearing laws

"Confusing and counter-productive laws” called out by AgForce

Sat 5 Jan 2019

Injured girls' family plea for help

Injured girls' family plea for help

A 14-year-old is in serious condition in a Brisbane hospital after a horse riding accident.

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