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Tue 18 Sep 2018

Yes, Charleville's got talent

Yes, Charleville's got talent

This year's performing arts festival saw over two hundred entries across three days.

Reflecting on Chinchilla's thriving railway history

Reflecting on Chinchilla's thriving railway history

IT'S EASY to lose track of Chinchilla's history. Progress can erase all traces of buildings and places that were once integral to the town's way of life.

Gas exploration authority granted in Surat Basin

Gas exploration authority granted in Surat Basin

Land north of Surat and Miles has been picked for gas prospecting.

JOBS: Meatworks plant a step closer for Maranoa

JOBS: Meatworks plant a step closer for Maranoa

New abattoir on the cards for the Maranoa.

Mon 17 Sep 2018

The greatest game hits the bush

The greatest game hits the bush

The QRL will be visiting the southwest next month.

Emergency crews fight house fire west of Toowoomba

Emergency crews fight house fire west of Toowoomba

FIREFIGHTERS have been called to a two-storey house fire in St George this morning.

Researchers hunt for Pimelea breakthrough

Researchers hunt for Pimelea breakthrough

Researchers are hopeful of finding a cure for Pimelea-affected cattle in the southwest.

Sun 16 Sep 2018

Major highway closures to transport wind turbine blades

Major highway closures to transport wind turbine blades

MAJOR sections of highway, including the Toowoomba Range, will be forced to close to transport enormous wind turbine blades for the Coopers Gap Wind Farm.

Fri 14 Sep 2018

Firefighters contain massive blaze in St George

Firefighters contain massive blaze in St George

QUEENSLAND Fire and Emergency Services were called to a large fire on the banks of the Balonne River in St George last night.

Greens in the firing line

Greens in the firing line

WARREGO MP Ann Leahy has called out the party's policies during a speech in parliament last week.

Thu 13 Sep 2018

Music is Instrumental

Music is Instrumental

Local music students spent a day learning with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra before an evening performance in town.

Qld kids lose out from ag education

Qld kids lose out from ag education

Agricultural education funding cut.

Parmas help farmers

Parmas help farmers

Local businesses support farmers through parmas.

Roma prepare for ALMA Expo

Roma prepare for ALMA Expo

More than 200 people are expected to attend the ALMA Expo in Roma next year.

Tue 11 Sep 2018

Oops... they just missed it

Oops... they just missed it

Photos from across the busy weekend of events.

Horse attack being investigated by police

Horse attack being investigated by police

The mare was located on Sunday with a gun shot wound to its shoulder.

St Pat's pupils get the royal treatment in capital

St Pat's pupils get the royal treatment in capital

St George kids meet the Governor-General during educational trip to Canberra.

Warm weather forecast

Warm weather forecast

Warm weather is on the rise in the southwest.

PHOTOS: First blade arrives for Coopers Gap wind farm

PHOTOS: First blade arrives for Coopers Gap wind farm

EVER wondered how the massive parts for a project as big as a wind farm are transported?

Woman in hospital with shoulder injury after rollover

Woman in hospital with shoulder injury after rollover

A WOMAN suffered a shoulder injury after her vehicle rolled on a major highway in the state’s south-west.

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