Regional News

Wed 19 Jun 2019

Contagious infection identified at South Burnett school

Contagious infection identified at South Burnett school

PARENTS of students have been advised to watch their child for symptoms after a case of whooping cough was identified at a South Burnett school.

Mon 17 Jun 2019

Scammers target small business

Scammers target small business

SCAMMERS are homing in on Australia’s 2.5 million small businesses, preying on their lack of time and resources in a rising wave of attacks.

YOUR STORY: 16:8 - The Diet to Dine For!

YOUR STORY: 16:8 - The Diet to Dine For!

I began my weight loss journey on 13 September 2018 tipping the scales at a shirt bursting 94.5 kilograms.

Sat 8 Jun 2019

Hollywood star loves Aussie golden girl

Hollywood star loves Aussie golden girl

Aussie tennis star Ash Barty’s awesome run to the French Open final has caught the attention of a famous Hollywood icon.

Tue 4 Jun 2019

Truck driver sheds new light on horror crash

Truck driver sheds new light on horror crash

THE truck driver, forced to witness a horrific crash near Kingaroy that claimed a whole family, has spoken out on what happened before the tragedy.

Sun 2 Jun 2019

State-wide competition called to name police dogs

State-wide competition called to name police dogs

QUEENSLANDERS have three weeks to suggest a name for one of these six police pups.... the competition is expected to be ruff.

Sat 1 Jun 2019

Rescue helicopter called to rollover south of Toowoomba

Rescue helicopter called to rollover south of Toowoomba

EMERGENCY services are on the scene of a truck rollover south of Toowoomba.

Wed 29 May 2019

Driver killed in second truck fatality in 48 hours

Driver killed in second truck fatality in 48 hours

A SMALL community in Queensland's southwest is reeling with yet another fatal accident confirmed this afternoon.

Mon 27 May 2019

Macca’s is giving away 250,000 free burgers tomorrow

Macca’s is giving away 250,000 free burgers tomorrow

THE giant fast-food chain is handing out 250,000 of its new and improved “juiciest” ever burgers — in celebration of a very important day.

New Samsung phone hits blistering speed on Telstra 5G

New Samsung phone hits blistering speed on Telstra 5G

TELSTRA has released pricing details for Australia's first 5G enabled smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

Sun 26 May 2019

'Contradictory' messages over contamination zone drilling

'Contradictory' messages over contamination zone drilling

FARMING communities in designated priority agricultural areas near Chinchilla fear the State Government has put them at risk of water and land contamination.

Thu 23 May 2019

Man's thumb partially severed at sawmill

Man's thumb partially severed at sawmill

A MAN in his 60s was flown to hospital after his thumb was partially severed by machinery at the sawmill at Killarney.

Tue 21 May 2019

How Winton has become the Outback Hollywood

How Winton has become the Outback Hollywood

WINTON in western Queensland, population 875 at the last Census, might seem a unlikely place for an international film festival.

Sat 18 May 2019

Peter Dutton claims victory in key Qld seat

Peter Dutton claims victory in key Qld seat

Tony Abbott may have lost his safe Liberal seat, but things are looking better for Peter Dutton.

Fri 17 May 2019

Incident at city hotel sparks police hunt, school lockdown

Incident at city hotel sparks police hunt, school lockdown

A NUMBER of Toowoomba schools are coming out of lockdown after an incident at the Gowrie Road Hotel this morning.

Tue 14 May 2019

'Very dangerous': Two trucks skip Toowoomba red light

'Very dangerous': Two trucks skip Toowoomba red light

WATCH: A TOOWOOMBA driver has captured the moment two trucks skipped a red light at a Toowoomba intersection as he waited to turn.

Leaders’ TV spat fires up voters

Leaders’ TV spat fires up voters

Liberal and Labor leaders were caught in a barney on TV over the Budget and Clive Palmer, after fielding questions about Newstart.

Mon 13 May 2019

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 4 here

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 4 here

How Natasha Ryan became the 'girl in the cupboard' and nearly derailed Leonard John Fraser's murder trial.

Clive Palmer: So why is he spending $55m on election?

Clive Palmer: So why is he spending $55m on election?

As head of the United Australia Party, Clive Palmer is no classic right-winger nor crotchety conservative. He is no angel either.

Sun 12 May 2019

Dogs savage six-year-old's beloved pony

Dogs savage six-year-old's beloved pony

WHILE a family slept peacefully in their home, less than 150 metres away their 15-year-old pony was being mauled by dogs.

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