Storm threat eases, but south-east still in for downpour

STORMS are still set to roll through the south-east but their severity has been downgraded by Bureau of Meteorology forecasters.

Readers say water restrictions should never have been lifted

South Burnett Council may revisit water restrictions.

Residents say Warwick should have stayed on high restrictions

Rodeo has the Rose City buzzing

Inverell rider Aaron Sutton was one of the bareback riders at the 2014 Warwick Rodeo.

Warwick rodeo gets the whole community involved

Red Cross HIPPYS read to Warwick Central reading bug egg

READY AND READING: Red Cross State Manager of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategies and Innovations Shannon Bowe reads to Warwick Central School Students and the reading bug egg.

Pursuit of HIPPYness for Red Cross readers

Record nominations for Warwick Campdraft

Nebo star Pete Comiskey riding Harry in the Warwick Gold Cup final.

Numbers up 152 for our drafting week

Festivities and events are the heart of the Rose City

Tree jumper artwork in the Warwick Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival 2015.

We're there at the Rose City's biggest events

Calling all seniors, we are here to listen to you

Are you a senior Australian with a point of view? We want to hear it

Man recovering in hospital after being trapped under logs

Man was trapped under logs for more than half an hour

Accused killer blames dog for hand injuries: trial day 3

Hannaford, 61, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Gail Lynch

Trucker-to-be grows a hobby for Spring Garden Comp

BUDDING GARDENER: Assumption College senior Matthew Meek is proud of his garden in Warwick Horticultural Society Spring Gardening Competition.

Matthew Meek is the unlikely green thumb behind his family’s garden

Little Prep student green thumbs win best gardens

Year 2 students Kegan Wilkins and Abby Bowles show off their school’s environmental centre.

Warwick East Prep students are proud to be number one

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OPINION: Remember always value yourself

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Mantra we should all tell ourselves

YOUR SAY: Sport stadiums not the priority in the north

Readers' letters from today's Opinion page of The QT

COMMENT: Farmers crippled by rising power prices

Christina Ongley. Photo: Max Fleet/NewsMail

Farmers can barely afford to irrigate their crops

How to help when a loved one begins to lose their memory

Forgetiquette by Joan Sauers. Publisher: Penguin Random House. RRP hardback $19.99. Also available as e-book.

Loving, simple advice on how to cope

Flash and Arrow: Life's not easy for a superhero

HIS name is Oliver Queen, and it’s been a tough few years.

OPINION: Never too old to kiss is secret to long marriages

"I only knew the bloke for a few weeks before I married him"

Resources sector worth $32.9 billion to Queensland, report

Loading of iron ore on very big dump-body truck

Minister says the resources sector is facing challenges

Highway to be closed up to 8 hours after double fatality

Queensland Ambulance transported a 50-year-old man to Mackay Base Hospital following a motorbike accident

Car and truck collide in fatal crash 4km south of Marlborough

Coal giant says it welcomes legal action by Oakey group

The mine has caused friction on the Darling Downs. Jamie Yarnold, Kelly Purnell, Chantelle McKenna and Dylan Sweeney protest outside the Acland mine gate in August this year.

Coal mine case is expected to begin within about a month

Youth behind soaring rate of Dalby property crimes

Police figures show they dealt with 83 property offences last month

Witnesses to North Mackay murder sought by police

Scene of a murder in North Mackay

29-year-old died after being stabbed in the neck

BREAKING: Police search for Tin Can Bay man Robert Sauer

Robert Sauer

HAVE you seen Tin Can bay man Robert Sauer?

China Free trade agreement compromise is close

Opposition trade spokeswoman Penny Wong says Labor is concerned about ensuring Australian workers get first dibs on jobs.

FTA likely to win bi-partisan support with changes to Migration Act

Melbourne man guilty of trying to fight against Syria

Turkish army tanks take up position on the Syrian border, but their presence is unlikely to have much bearing on the fate of Kobani, which is almost in the hands of ISIS

The maximum penalty for each charge he faced, is 10 years.

Shorten reshuffles shadow cabinet ahead of election

Leader of the opposition, Bill Shorten in Rockhampton. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Shorten adds two more women to Labor frontbench

VIDEO: Security footage shows child almost drowning

VIGILANT: Lifeguard Gareth Mills keeps an eye on swimmers at Orion Lagoon yesterday.

Orion Lagoon life guards have sprung to action more than 100 times

Julian Assange: UK police stop guarding Ecuadorian Embassy

The front of the Ecuadorean embassy in London is pictured on October 12, 2015, British police announced today that they will no longer stand guard outside London's Ecuadorean embassy where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange took refuge in 2012, but will strengthen a "covert plan" to prevent his departure. AFP PHOTO / NIKLAS HALLE'N

The guarding of the embassy has cost the UK taxpayer AUD$20 million

Terrorism suspects as young as 14 to face control orders

It follows the attack that killed a Sydney police officer.

Donald Trump sometimes carries a gun 'to feel protected'

"I like to feel protected," Donald Trump said, pictured hear at an earlier Republican debate.

DONALD Trump has told a US news show he sometimes carries a gun.

Student wins hearts by supporting man with cerebral plasy

Godfrey Coutto comforts Robert during the bus ride.

The student has now become an internet sensation.

Thief may be undone after he forgets to flush the toilet

Police are trying to flush out a non-flushing thief.

VIDEO: Dogs encourage owner during work out

Dogs counts pole dancer trainer through sit up workouts

Love your skin art? It doesn't have to die with you

Penelope Smith's tattoo dedicated to her best friend.

Because your skin art doesn't have to die with you, apparently

Teacher strips off to teach children about biology

A picture uploaded by the school, taking during one of Ms Heerkens' lessons

The Dutch teacher stripped down to a spandex suit

Dog-eat-dog for entries into Noosa Festival of Surfing

Chris de Aboitiz will be in Mackay early September, to run his Natural Balance Dog Training.

You’d be barking up the wrong tree if you thought it would be easy

Nursery owners baffled by stolen wheelbarrow

NOT ON: Sue Riley had to replace her wheelbarrow which was stolen from the Tropical Paradise Nursery.

Bundaberg business owners confused by strange items stolen

'Ghost' spotted at site of Aboriginal massacre

A 'spooky' photo taken of Coomba Falls, Maidenwell.

Waterhole looks like just another geographical feature from afar

Carey Mulligan confirms she's welcomed baby daughter

Mulligan and Mumford have confirmed rumours she's given birth

Charlie Sheen thrown out of bar

He may have been thrown out, but he shook hands right afterward

Bindi Irwin a ‘ray of sunshine’ on Dancing With The Stars

Bindi Irwin in the makeup chair preparing for her performance on the US Dancing With The Stars week 5 "switch-up week".

THE wildlife warrior bounces back from emotional week.

The Walking Dead's season six premiere one of the best

Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes in a scene from The Walking Dead. Supplied by Foxtel.

The Walking Dead returned with its best premiere so far.

Delevingne gets asked for photos when wiping her bottom

This is apparently a thing that happens in real life

William Shatner slams George Takei

Star Trek stars are still fighting after twenty-five years

MP wants enquiry into possible vaccine abuse

Jim Pearce.

MP calls for public inquiry into the use of the Hendra vaccine

Volkswagen Golf Alltrack road test and review

TALENTED CROSSOVER: Alltrack takes all of the Golf Wagon's talents and offers them in a higher riding, all-wheel drive version to battle the unsealed journeys.

Appealing Alltrack adds another talent to VW Golf's range

Love story: Flat tyre leads to future wife

CAKE FOR CARERS: Neville Castle celebrates National Carers Week with a cupcake and a chat. At home is his beloved Ena.

Already married twice before, Neville had almost given up on love.

Low energy prices edged European markets lower overnight

NOT BLOWN OVER YET: The backer of a wind farm at Dalveen plans to take the Southern Downs Regional Council to court over its refusal of the plan.

Meanwhile, the US market remains on edge

Franking credits: From little things, big investments grow

Small franking credits can improve your life after retirement

Five steps to help you have $1m saved by the time you retire

Here are five levers to give you control of your retirement savings

Daniel's desperate search for work: 542 job applications

Daniel is looking for a job and was seen holding this sign in Marcoola. Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily

The 26-year-old is still holding a sign on the side of the road

Rail freight hub CEO tells the Government to 'man up'

Interlink SQ is in the process of building a $235m rail station

India chooses electricity and economics over emissions goals

Hard at work. Photo Kelly Butterworth / CQ News

India is at a crossroads for its electricity industry