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Sun 9 Dec 2018

'I often wondered': Wartime letter links families

'I often wondered': Wartime letter links families

A letter written 101 years ago brought their stories together. Unbeknownst to them, they lived only a drive away from one another.

Sat 8 Dec 2018

Plea to stay safe in festive season

Plea to stay safe in festive season

As Christmas approaches, police urge road users to be more cautious.

Three taken to hospital after crash

Three taken to hospital after crash

THREE women have been taken to hospital after a traffic accident in Miles this morning.

Free oil collection service expanded

Free oil collection service expanded

Murweh will join the Balonne and Western Downs councils in receiving a free oil collection service.

Fri 7 Dec 2018

Too soon to farewell town's historic hotel

Too soon to farewell town's historic hotel

Great season of grey nomads could be start of revival

Key players not consulted in closure of Agricultural College

Key players not consulted in closure of Agricultural College

Key rural groups have come out saying thr state government did not ask them about closing Queensland's Agricultural Training Colleges.

NRM's new beginnings

NRM's new beginnings

The new and improved Southern Queensland NRM held its first board meeting this week.

Alleged drought fraud in Cunnamulla

Alleged drought fraud in Cunnamulla

A Cunnamulla man has been served with a notice to appear in court on six counts of fraud.

Thu 6 Dec 2018

Community catch ups, new pet laws part of a successful year

Community catch ups, new pet laws part of a successful year

Water security among top achievements from 2018

Wed 5 Dec 2018

Seniors benefit from service

Seniors benefit from service

Highly anticipated annual event a real success once again

Tue 4 Dec 2018

Running to 1st birthday

Running to 1st birthday

Weekly event great way to stay fit and be social

City kids reach out in mateship to help ours

City kids reach out in mateship to help ours

Local schools feel the love from Brisbane schools.

Morven producers get a much-needed break

Morven producers get a much-needed break

The Drought Angels and RACQ joined forced for the eleventh Farmers' Rural Day Off.

PHOTOS: First turbines go up at Coopers Gap Wind Farm

PHOTOS: First turbines go up at Coopers Gap Wind Farm

THE Coopers Gap wind farm has started to take shape and will soon become one of the biggest wind farms in the country.

Backing rural health funding

Backing rural health funding

Support from the health minister keeps National Rural Health Alliance active for another three years.

Mon 3 Dec 2018

Southwest gas industry to serve as an example

Southwest gas industry to serve as an example

Practices and issues from Roma's gas industry will shape planning for a new gas field in Tennant Creek.

Major brewer feels the sting of ring pull beer caps

Major brewer feels the sting of ring pull beer caps

Beer drinkers say their new stubbies have lost something special, with that classic sound of "sttt" in the opening of a twist top now gone.

Rugby season looking up following clubs forum

Rugby season looking up following clubs forum

Membership is growing in junior grades, and out local clubs have been a shining example, says QRL.

Community raises $8200 for six-year-old with brain tumour

Community raises $8200 for six-year-old with brain tumour

The Auction on Sunday raised money towards costly medical procedures the six-year-old could need.

Man told to leave pub five times bricks window on way out

Man told to leave pub five times bricks window on way out

DALBY police say the 30-year-old man was asked to leave about five times before breaking a window with a brick.

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