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Thu 21 Jun 2018

BUDGET: Projects funded while youth employment rises

BUDGET: Projects funded while youth employment rises

WARREGO member Ann Leahy said she wanted more done about jobs for young people in the state budget.

Ballet recital the performance of a decade

Ballet recital the performance of a decade

GALLERY: Balonne dancers wowed the crowd at the Ballet on Broadway recital at the weekend.

Toowoomba woman in hospital after Warrego Highway crash

Toowoomba woman in hospital after Warrego Highway crash

LATEST: The driver of a car involved in a multi-vehicle crash on the Warrego Highway near Dalby remains in hospital in a serious condition.

POLICE BLITZ: 701 RBTs, 53 drug tests and two arrests

POLICE BLITZ: 701 RBTs, 53 drug tests and two arrests

A LARGE scale road police operation lead to two arrests, 67 traffic infringement notices and 62 charges being laid.

Tue 19 Jun 2018

Rally rumble for St George Dragon

Rally rumble for St George Dragon

St George's Sno Harm is preparing for the road less travelled.

Town welcomes plastic bag ban

Town welcomes plastic bag ban

All plastic one use bags are to be removed from state retailers in the next two weeks.

LNP hopes to have coolest students in Australia

LNP hopes to have coolest students in Australia

LNP plan to air-condition every state school in Queensland.

How you can buy an entire town for $500,000

How you can buy an entire town for $500,000

CHEAPER than apartments in the city, this regional Queensland town is on the market for a measly $500,000.

Deadlock in Dirranbandi

Deadlock in Dirranbandi

The 31-all result was the second straight draw against St George's close rivals.

Queensland author releases cookbook for one pot meals

Queensland author releases cookbook for one pot meals

Four ingredients author releases another cookbook to make everyday cooking even easier.

"I never want children to go through what I went through'

"I never want children to go through what I went through'

AFTER surviving years of abuse as a child in the foster care system, Mary says a national apology is welcome news but more must be done to protect children.

Thu 14 Jun 2018

Chinchilla company owes creditors more than $3 million

Chinchilla company owes creditors more than $3 million

The company owes creditors more than $3 million and has made 21 employees redundant.

Budget's 'lack of vision'

Budget's 'lack of vision'

The State Budget delivers on the Government's minimal election commitments for agriculture but won't drive the industry forward, AgForce said on Tuesday.

Wed 13 Jun 2018

Improved mobile range for rural communities

Improved mobile range for rural communities

MORE communities across regional and remote Australia are to receive new or improved mobile coverage.

Star team shines at awards

Star team shines at awards

THE Western Star team have shown that they can keep up with the competition, picking up several prizes at this year's Queensland Country Press Awards.

BUDGET: Projects funded while youth employment rises

BUDGET: Projects funded while youth employment rises

WARREGO member Ann Leahy said she wanted more done about jobs for young people in the state budget.

Tue 12 Jun 2018

Motivational techniques to boost Balonne

Motivational techniques to boost Balonne

The health of the community was the focal point of the B.strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Brief Intervention Training Program on Tuesday.

Basin audit focuses on compliance issues

Basin audit focuses on compliance issues

In news that will come as a relief to many, the Government's Independent Audit into Murray-Darling Basin plan compliance has been released.

Fighting back against illness

Fighting back against illness

Local groups such as the Rotary Club of St George and the Queensland Country Women's Association are helping to make St George dementia friendly.

Police shoot dog after attack

Police shoot dog after attack

A police officer forced to shoot a dog after it attacked a man in a Darling Downs town.

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