July 2018

Published a story 26th Jul 2018 4:57 PM

IMAGINE for a moment that you are a tender-footed Year 6 student who is about to graduate from a small rural primary school.

Students design award-winning app to make moving school easy

IMAGINE for a moment that you are a tender-footed Year 6 student who is about to graduate from a small rural primary school.

Published a story 25th Jul 2018 4:24 PM

A WARWICK veteran was just 18 when he left a menswear store on Palmerin St to fight in the war, now his story is being told.

'It gave us a desire, not knowing how terrible it would be'

A WARWICK veteran was just 18 when he left a menswear store on Palmerin St to fight in the war, now his story is being told.

Published a story 25th Jul 2018 3:49 PM

THE festival is moving into culinary tourism with a big new addition to its program.

J and J to celebrate the good food our farmers produce

THE festival is moving into culinary tourism with a big new addition to its program.

Published a story 25th Jul 2018 9:03 AM

CHECK your fridge for this cheese and return it immediately for a refund.

Cheese recalled due to E. coli threat

CHECK your fridge for this cheese and return it immediately for a refund.

Published a story 25th Jul 2018 7:09 AM

AFTER furious uproar organisers have bowed to public pressure and moved the location of a festival favourite.

Changes to the suitcase rummage gives more room to shop

AFTER furious uproar organisers have bowed to public pressure and moved the location of a festival favourite.

Published a story 24th Jul 2018 12:03 PM

WHILE yarn-bombed trees and top-flight jazz musicians tend to steal to limelight during Jumpers and Jazz, there are plenty of fun little happenings going on.

Check out the creative hubs bringing crafters together

WHILE yarn-bombed trees and top-flight jazz musicians tend to steal to limelight during Jumpers and Jazz, there are plenty of fun little happenings going on.

Published a story 23rd Jul 2018 3:00 PM

MONTHS of hard work pay off for a generous carer who helped a community group secure a big win in the tree jumper exhibition.

Crocheting furry friends is a way for group to ask for help

MONTHS of hard work pay off for a generous carer who helped a community group secure a big win in the tree jumper exhibition.

Published a story 19th Jul 2018 2:52 PM

KINGAROY Police want to speak to an older South Burnett man in relation a string of sausage thefts at the Aldi supermarket.

Police want to speak to this alleged sausage thief

KINGAROY Police want to speak to an older South Burnett man in relation a string of sausage thefts at the Aldi supermarket.

Published a story 19th Jul 2018 1:59 PM

NANANGO MP Deb Freckington is calling for motorists to exercise caution when travelling over the pedestrian crossing on Haly and Kingaroy Sts.

MP: Be alert on our pedestrian crossings

NANANGO MP Deb Freckington is calling for motorists to exercise caution when travelling over the pedestrian crossing on Haly and Kingaroy Sts.

Published a story 19th Jul 2018 1:29 PM

KINGAROY's Baconfest will be a little more vibrant and sustainable thanks to the federal government chipping in $33,000 to the running costs.

Government cooks up support for bacon festival

KINGAROY's Baconfest will be a little more vibrant and sustainable thanks to the federal government chipping in $33,000 to the running costs.

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