Choir to light up Robert Channon Wines in song

LUMINESCENCE: Canticum Chamber Choir will perform at Robert Channon Wines this weekend.

Choir celebrating 21st anniversary in concert at winery

Women’s event to capture essence of Jumpers and Jazz

Barbara Fordham will perform at the Capture Your Essence women’s event during Jumpers and Jazz.

Popular women's event to showcase local food, wine and speakers

9 things to do on the Southern Downs this weekend

Torbanlea Picnic Races - Jill Colwell on Jewel (No.1) gets home from Charlie Prow on Razoor Dajani in the 1500m Arabian horse race. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Weekend events guide for the Southern Downs

Killarney Cup race action at heats up

WINTER CARNIVAL: The first race of the 2015 Killarney Cup

Winter racing action at Killarney Cup.

Southern Downs sports club celebrating 20 years

CELEBRATIONS: Help the Condamine Sports Club celebrate 20 years, including committee members Neil McCosker, Trevor Aspinall, Bernie Trapp, Ross Bell, Linda Bunch, Garry Hanson, Wayne Foster, Andrew Williams, Don Browne and Michael Bourke.

Condamine Sports Club turns 20.

Warwick’s energy healer talks divining at cafe

Stephen Kelly will talk about divining and energy healing at a talk at Joie De Vivre on Friday morning.
Photo Jayden Brown / Warwick Daily News

Diviner harnesses energy for good

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Jumpers and Jazz in July

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Jumpers and Jazz In July Festival

Jumpers and Jazz In July Festival

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Abbey of the Roses - Christmas in July

castle like heritage venue

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The first ever #DrivingTheBluesIntoTheDirt in aid of raising funds for Beyond Blue. The event will be held the weekend of the 9th September 2016

The first ever #DrivingTheBluesIntoTheDirt in aid of raising funds for Beyond Blue.


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Snowflakes in Stanthorpe

An example of one of many snowmen that can be made at Snowflakes in Stanthorpe

Snowflakes in Stanthorpe is a snow-based winter festival designed to give the...

Brexit decision may cut flow of much-needed British tourists

AUSTRALIA’S tourism sector is in for a rocky ride as the economic impact of the Brexit decision threatens to cut the number of British travellers.

Sunshine Coast TT-style bike race hits some early bumps

RACING: Would you like to see a Tourist Trophy-style motorbike race event held in the Coast hinterland?

Residents group formed to oppose proposed hinterland TT

Who are the most reliable airlines in Australia?

Aeroplanes on the runway at Sunshine Coast Airport, Virgin Australia plane.
Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily

Wondering who will fly you there on time? Check the latest stats

Tourism to lose $1 billion if reef bleaching continues

Bleaching is worst in the Great Barrier Reef’s remote north. Morgan Pratchett/ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies,

It's estimated the reef could lose 1 million visitors a year

New Southern Downs tourism unit starts to take shape

10 tourism staff not guaranteed jobs

Maid Cafes: service or sleaze?

They call out "Master, welcome home" as you enter

Former Deputy PM sees steam rail tourism benefits for Warwick

POTENTIAL: Former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer talks about the benefits of heritage rail tourism with Southern Downs Steam Railway president Peter Gregory and secretary Bob Amos.

Warwick rides the steam rail tourism train

IN DEEP: Japan diving lures Coast instructor

Local dive instructor heads to Okinawa

One eel of a catch for fishing family

The snake eel had "really sharp teeth" so they had to hold it by its head.

Fisherman had to ask what they actually caught

OPINION: Why the snap action to kill so many wild animals?

The 4.38m Saltwater Crocodile which was removed from Daly River on March 13, 2015 was the largest croc caught for the year.

Isn’t there a better way than to kill off all the nearby suspects?