Boy charged after alleged armed robbery attempt in Warwick

Police have charged a boy over the alleged incident on Thursday night.

Thirteen-year-old charged after armed robbery attempt in Warwick

Two motocross bikes allegedly stolen at major event

Queensland Police are assisting with inquiries

Two bikes allegedly stolen from motocross riding complex

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Stroll, swing and Sourced markets: Don't miss it

THE Warwick Credit Union Stroll 'n' Swing today is one of the most popular events on the Jumpers and Jazz events calendar.

Jumpers and Jazz golf day on tomorrow

Back, (from left) Majella Kahler, Judy Lester, (front) Yvonne Pinington, Patricia Eastwell, Janet Davis and Marg Adcock.

THE Jumpers and Jazz Festival open golf day will be played tomorrow

Picnic in the park: the best way to close Jumpers and Jazz

FESTIVAL TRADITION: A huge crowd, like this one last year, is expected to enjoys the Picnic in the Park and craft markets.

Definitive guide to Sunday's Picnic in the Park

Warwick students wow with interest-string entry

PREPPIES WIN: The Glennie Heights preppies have taken out the best school tree for Jumpers and Jazz and (from left) Matthew Hinkley, Luca McKenzie, Jackson Hildred, Molly Cowling, Neveah Busittil and Kiarra Freeman are mighty proud of their efforts.

Preppies stun the judges with Jumpers and Jazz tree

Warwick is getting ready for soup, glorious soup

DELICIOUS: Warwick Potters Sue Whitton, Janis Sabur, Jan Maher, Cris Hughes, Quita Hamer and Raye Batham are busily preparing bowls for last year’s Hot Pots Soup Bowl Night.

Pumpkin, bacon and leek and the legendary bowls

Jumpers and Jazz a huge hit for Warwick: mayor

Kayleigh Pincott wowed crowds on the weekend with her jazz.

“It’s just such a boost, and really wonderful.”

Back for round two at Jumpers and Jazz

SWING STAR: Kayleigh Pincott (middle), Sophie Min and Charles Hill wowed crowds outside the Town Hall.

Chances are you heard jazz vocalist Kayleigh Pincott

Crowds gather for Jumpers and Jazz Festival

QUICK YARN: Sue Jacobsen, Karina Devine and Loretta Grayson take five minutes out of their hectic Jumpers and Jazz schedule for a chat.

There is still plenty to do for the remainder of the festival

Goondiwindi woman’s fitness challenge attracts world

INSPIRING MANY: Goondiwindi woman Brooke Saxby on day 173 of her daily work outs. Her goal to exercise every day this year has attracted a following.

She started a fitness revolution in her country town

RSL gives City Band a $500 donation

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Warwick City Band has been given $500 donation by the RSL

Longest running club kicks off celebrations in Warwick

MARKING A MILESTONE: Killarney RSL sub-branch members Mal Egginton, Bernice Ragh, Tom Phillips and Dave Nicholls.

This year mark the centenary for Australian RSL clubs

Diamonds, blogs and the hands of time

FACES AND HANDS: John Walsh sees a lot of time at his watchmaking desk

John Walsh looks to the future for his watchmaking desk

Teaching kids to be awesome

TEA TIME: Maggie Evans, Helen McGrady, Cheree May and Laura Clothier enjoying their daily sandpit tea party.

Childcare and tea-parties

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Dance the night away

Salvation Army is set to raise the roof this Saturday with 30s swing.

Full weekend guide to Jumpers and Jazz Festival in Warwick

The Suitcase Rummage in the Warwick CBD was one of the highlights of the Jumpers and Jazz 2015 final weekend. Photo Leanne Ryan / Warwick Daily News

Jumpers and Jazz wraps up with a big weekend

Allison Baden-Clay would want you to show kindness

The late Allison Baden-Clay.

Day honours the late Allison Baden-Clay

Woolworths job cuts: The man behind the 'rebuild'

THE man driving major changes at Woolworth, Brad Banducci, has a huge job ahead of him.

Brad Banducci has big job ahead of him after $1 billion loss

Woolworths to sack 500 staff, close at least 17 stores

This is despite the supermarket earning $2.5 billion for the year.

After 53 years Southern Downs business icon is selling up

FOR SALE: Business owner Jim Rickard is selling what he sys is the “best development site in Warwick”.

Local businessman Jim Rickard is ready for a holiday

Meatworks closure 'a sad day' for community

One of the region's biggest employers is set to close its doors.

Shock closure for large Southern Downs business

Big Warwick business on the move?

Warwick Bunnings store. Photo Jeremy Sollars / Warwick Daily News

Warwick business rumoured to be on the move

Warwick East State School Sports

Boys placegetters in shotput Kaleb Driscoll (2nd), Todd Newport (1st) and Lachlan Butler (3rd) at Warwick East.

Quinn House wins the sports at Warwick East State School

Super league action in Warwick hockey

Some players from the She Devils and Chicks with Sticks teams from the Condamine Sports Club Super League are playing in Bundaberg this weekend.

Action hots up in Condamine Sports Club Super League hockey

Allora turns out in support of its first Olympian

Bec Keleher, Joff, Eddie and Bella Denny at the Olympic function at Allora on Saturday night.

Matthew Denny receives plenty of support as he prepares to head to Rio de...

Daniel Morcombe film: plea for support

Bruce and Denise put the call out for money to support a film about the search for Daniel Morecombe

Bruce and Denise Morcombe need your help to gt a film about the search for Daniel...

See what happens to this dummy

Lily Maw, Alice (the dummy) and James King learnt the dangers of being distracted while driving.

This dummy, Alice, is placed in a position where someone going 50kmh would stop...

Turnbull denies Rudd

Prime Minister denies UN job for Rudd.

Prime Minister will not nominate Kevin Rudd for UN position.

Ten genius uses for epsom salts you've never heard of before

Add a lavender aroma to epsom salts for a bath treat.

The pantry staple that has many life-changing uses

New Baleno arrives to expand Suzuki's small car line-up

NEW OFFERING: Suzuki Baleno hatchback bridges the gap between the light and small car segments and starts from $16,990 drive away.

New hatch aimed at families moving up from the Swift

This magnificent castle will fill you with dread once inside

River cruise passengers marvel at Marksburg Castle as it rises high above the Rhine. The castle dates back to 1117.

Marksburg will make you yearn for modern comforts after visiting

It's time to bring pork back from its fat-induced exile

Brining meat adds salt so you don't need to add more at the table.

The secret to tender, juicy pork every time

Artist's brush with fate

It's written and expertly paced to keep readers turning the pages

The tough road of learning to drive

Greg Bray, columnist for the Gladstone Observer. Photo Brenda Strong/The Observer

Why do automatic cars cost more when manuals are harder to get?

What's on the small screen this week

Keira Maguire and Richie Strahan in a scene from The Bachelor.

SEVEN gears up for the Rio Olympics while The Bachelor continues.

Drowning Pool gig review at Max Watt's

Drowning Pool played Brisbane with A Breach of Silence and She Cries Wolf at the Max Watt's House of Music.

Drowning Pool prove that 'bodies' hit the floor when they play

#SaveMarinaJoyce: How ISIS theory took over youtube channel

One young Youtuber accidentally gave rise to a conspiracy theory

Talking whiskey with Jack Daniel’s master distiller

It all comes down to the distillery

SIXTY MILES AHEAD sign with Eclipse Records, prepare new album 'Insanity'

Sixty Miles Ahead sign with Eclipse. Photo Contributed

Sixty Miles Ahead to release new album on Eclipse

Thy Art Is Murder are killing it

See Thy Art is Murder on their killer tour happening right now. Photo Contributed

We talk with Thy Art is Murder about touring, babies, and new music

Work starts on $15M Caloundra apartment building

Turning the first sod at the Aqua View Apartments site in Kings Beach are (from left) husband-and-wife developers Alex Yuan and Stella Sun with construction company Tomkins director Mike Tomkins and Councillor Tim Dwyer.

Developers excited about addition to Kings Beach skyline

72-year-old Coast developer set to start new project

GREEN LIGHT: The Cosmopolitan has been approved for development at Cotton Tree.

Meet the Canberran set to deliver another chapter for Coast suburb

Plans revealed for 1500-lot 'master-planned community'

Precinct will be bounded by Boundary St and Shoesmith Rd

Ecco Ripley sales run sparks prime release

MOVING IN: Sekisui House has announced the release of more residential blocks at Ecco Ripley.

Sekisui House is preparing to unveil more land at Ecco Ripley

The climb is slow but property on the way up

Michael Matusik, director of Matusik Property Insights.Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

The improvement would be mild when compared to past cycles

The fact your boss should know about you but doesn't...

A study has established something interesting about Aussie workers

Could this be the best job in the world?

St Bees Island managing director Phil Webb.

THE only rule: don't stand too long under coconut trees.

12 places in Toowoomba you can get a job right now

Sunshine Coast cabinetmaker Todd Bull took out the Furniture Industry Association of Australia national design award for his unique and 'flawless' table.

Looking for a job? Here are 12 places hiring right now

7 places in Warwick you can get a job right now

Looking for a new job or a change in career, this list could help

Boss tells worker: Show me proof grandma died

"Show me proof grandma died."

Mining giant started with space, telescope and dream

BIG BUSINESS: Dr John Russell with a Russell mill relining machine destined for export.

Toowoomba based company creates 100's of new jobs

Mercedes-Benz E-Class road test and review

BRAVE NEW WORLD: 2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class a masterclass of tech, safety features and luxury

Benz's new E-Class arrives with semi-autonomous features

Doris proud owner of 7th Subaru and Gympie's first Levorg

TRUE BELIEVERS: Ali Zengin and Doris Chambers are unashamed Subaru fans.

Nanna becomes the proud owner of her seventh consecutive Subaru

Mid-life refresh for popular Mazda3

FRESH-FACED: The popular Mazda3 now has improved driving dynamics and safety.

The latest edition of the Mazda3 is available from August 1.

Road test review: Subaru Outback 2.0D Premium

The 2016 model Subaru Outback 2.0D Premium.

We road test the Subaru Outback Premium with a diesel engine.

Road test review: Volkswagen Amarok Highline

The VW Amarok.

We road test the VW Amarok Highline dual cab ute.

2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class luxury comes automated

The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class is packed with impressive technology.