Ignore the rain, says Mick, Heavy Horse Day is a go!

THE most iconic horse day of the year is set to go ahead, despite the drizzle.

Introducing the Warwick Tuk Tuk

Doug and Avis Stehn showing off their creation.

ONE extremely savvy Warwick couple are about to save you thousands.

Don't close the gates on our history

NOT HAPPY: The Gillespie clan want to see the original Glengallan Homestead gates returned to the historical site. Pictured: Barbara Gaden, Susan Gaden, Adam Bayes, Sarah Bayes, Julia Gilroy, Jill Wrathcall, Peter Ryall, Jenny McMurray and Bob Gaden.

Calls are being made to return the Glengallan Homestead gates.

The case of the wandering Shetland Pony

The Warwick Pound.

Now, she wants to know, is it yours?

Massive closing down sale at RM Williams Warwick

Today is the last day RM Williams will be open in Warwick.

Recognise a caring role in our community

Teresa Storey-Higgins cares for her daughter.

TOOWOOMBA mother Teresa Storey-Higgins is a carer.

Break from daily work for Tina

Clifton woman Tina Torcetti is a carer for her son, Callum.

TINA Torcetti, from Clifton, is a full-time carer.

Killarney aged care is best in the state

WINNING GRINS: Resident Sheila Jensen with Killarney Memorial Aged Care staff members Skye Brisotto and Anne Hickey.

KILLARNEY Memorial Aged Care have recieved a prestigious award.

Warwick's Rodeo ready

FULLY COMMITTED: Contractors Geoff Grant, Peel Tribe, Mark Collins and Chris O'Leary have been hard at work to prepare for Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup Campdraft, which kicks off on Monday.

THE World's Most Famous rodeo is just a few sleeps away.

'Faster funding now'

A surveillance camera captured this night time image of wild dogs feeding at a bait station.

"Pest management is a big expenditure items for the Southern Downs"

Cherrabah's mega resort plans axed

PLANS for a massive development at Cherrabah have been scrapped.

New faces in town set to fit your tyres

TWO WEEKS IN: Treavor and Jason King, Jason Bennett and Kaitlyn Green are ready for a challenge.

WARWICK'S champion tyre fitting service has seen a change of hands.

'Fire risk': Subaru to recall more than 22,000 cars

MY11 Subaru WRX STI Spec.R sedan front.

Modified or not, Subarus should be monitored

Talented artist revives age old craft

AMAZING ART: Wayne Farquhar has been a traditional brush signwriter since 1970.

Wayne Farquar wants to see his craft revived.

How Warwick gambling addicts added to $104m fraud

New report reveals gambling-related fraud cost the Australian economy more than $104 million over five years.

How gambling addicts create $104m business rip-off bill.

ACCC to probe News' purchase of ARM regional titles

Chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), Rod Sims.

Watchdog raises concerns about loss of competition in some markets

New York bans Airbnb, will Australia follow suit?

New York just introduced laws effectively banning Airbnb

More jobs created by Ipswich investment worth millions

The company has invested $4 million in Ipswich

Fancy a glass of camel milk?

Camel at the Australian Wild Camel Corporation and Australia's largest camel dairy farm at Harrisville.

VIDEO: Scenic Rim now home to Australia's largest camel farm

Social enterprises can be a roller coaster ride

Jarryd Burns.

Choose your charity partners wisely

How social enterprise is helping Nepalese communities

Ecobling in Nepal

Making jewellery and boosting Nepalese communities

The job every chocoholic dreams of...

Chris Thomson and Amy Sargeantson are the masterminds behind the Noosa Chocolate Factory.

THIS pair is living the life every chocoholic dreams of.

OPINION: The canary on the turbine - Part II

GREEN objectives out of reach as folk in La-La land commit ultimate act of madness - they're in denial.

OPINION: The canary on the turbine - Part I

(L-R) Police Commissioner Grant Stevens, SA Premier Jay Weatherill and SA Emergency Chief Chris Beattie speak to the media during a press conference in Adelaide, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. South Australia is coming back to life after severe weather damaged energy infrastructure, shutting down the entire electricity network and plunging the state into darkness. High winds are being blamed for bringing down at least 22 transmission towers in the mid-north on Wednesday with about 80,000 lightning strikes hitting the state, some damaging generation facilities. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

GALES of self-interest blow from every direction

LETTERS: Legalised intentional killing never the best choice

We are supposed to be having a “debate” says reader.

The night I became aware of the big picture

Midnight musings lead to thoughts about the universe.

Teen angst leads to big thoughts

TRAVEL: Musicals light up Sydney

David Campbell performs in Dream Lover.

We take a trip through one of Sydney's finer scenes

Strange Politics: Seaweed sushi to stifle Canberra windbags

Scientists say a special seaweed can cut cows' hot air production by 99%. Let's get it down to Canberra.

The political week gets a satirical summing up

Man suffers burns to 25% of his body after pump explosion

RACQ CareFlight Rescue helicopter.

Man flown to Brisbane in serious condition

'Life's work lost': Support for staff, students after fire

Biloela State High School principal John Adie said the school lost a lot of resources in last night's fire.

Support has been offered to staff and students following a school fire

Crime scenes at two CQ schools with 'suspicious' fires

A building at Biloela State High School was totally destroyed in a fire last night.

Top level of the building was "totally destroyed”

Piece of toddler's skull removed after fall from couch

EDDIE THE EAGLE: Joanne Liberato with her 18-month-old son Eddie Kidd.

Small fall leaves Eddie without part of skull, and serious diagnosis

'Everyone knew her and everyone loved her'

A photo of Amanda Nash and her daughter Bonnie, posted on the GoFundMe fundraising page.

Crash victim's parents remember their "shining star"

Brave boy uncovers man's cow sex, child sexual abuse

A beast in the main arena at the 2012 Ekka.

Police praise boy for testimony of man's abuse and sex with a cow

10 years on: 'My whole life fell apart'

The memorial along Broken Head Road near Suffolk Park for the Southern Cross LADS.

We talk to the families about ongoing grief

IKEA transforms Sydney Ferry and the result looks amazing

In a world first, IKEA Australia has taken over an iconic Sydney ferry and transformed it into The IKEA Harbour Home.

IKEA has just built what may be the world's best boat

Police defend Riverlink traffic ticket

POLICE Photo Kate Darvall/ South Burnett Times

Woman furious after being slapped with whopper fine

Judge hands down heavy sentence for Tia's killer

Tia Maria Jayne Landers was last seen in mid-June. Her body was found at Roys Rd Beerwah on July 3.

Queensland judge extends sentence for sadistic killer

Swimming spots that could cause vomiting, diarrhoea, fever

Swimmers at the mouth of the Evans River.

Health risks include vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, headaches, fevers

Death of footballer sparks drug warning from police

Tributes are flowing for Riki Stephens.  Photo: Dylan McCutcheon / Facebook

Riki Stephens was one of about 16 people affected last weekend

Kiwi siblings snap up Dotcom mansion for $32.5m

The new toy company owners of the Coatesville mansion want replace any controversy with positivity and fun. Photo / Barfoot and Thompson

The trio paid $32.5 million for the property in June

The country offering ISIS fighters housing and employment

In this June 23, 2014 file photo, fighters from the Islamic State group parade in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armored vehicle down a main road at the northern city of Mosul, Iraq. Simultaneous attacks on the Islamic State-held city of Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa, the de facto IS capital across the border in eastern Syria, would make military sense: They would make it harder for the extremists

Local authority says jihadis will be treated similarly to criminals

WATCH: Endangered black rhino born at Iowa zoo

Baby Rhino born in Iowa zoo.

Baby rhino capturing hearts across the world

Homeless addict pleads for jail time

An amphetamine addict in New Zealand says he should be locked up to protect the community.

A homeless New Zealand drug addict pleads to be jailed

VIDEO: Girls forced to wade through muddy snake pit

Girls forced to wade through murky snake pit in Malaysia. Source Youtube screenshot

Malaysia suspends children's program that involved muddy snake pit

Did our government really just say this to Donald Trump?

It really doesn't seem to be Trump's week.

Teflon Mike looks scuffed up, but he is still our PM in waiting

NSW Premier Mike Baird may be twisted up like a pretzel but he still has the look of a future prime minister.

Backpedalling like a cliff-top unicyclist, Baird is still future PM

'Most annoying twins' don't care about label

Paula and Bridgette Powers from the Twinnies Pelican and Seabird Rescue with young Magpie Geese.

Paula and Bridgette Powers share their lives as almost one person.

Hitch-hiking koala helped across the road by police

What does a koala and Usain Bolt have in common?

Azealia Banks won't take legal action against Russell Crowe

Rapper Azealia Banks

Rapper drops legal action against Russell Crowe

Brad Pitt meets with his kids amid divorce proceedings

Actor Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt has met up with his oldest son Maddox

Pictures of Taylor Swift allegedly being groped are sealed

They could "complicate jury selection".

Bruce Springsteen finds therapy useful

Singer Bruce Springsteen

Singer encourages others to seek help

Kerry Washington wants one more child

Kerry Washington recently gave birth to her second child

Kerry has only just become a new mum again

Wine and dine your way around Brisbane this summer

Brisbane has the best places to wine and dine.

NINE of the best places to wine and dine.