Warwick bookworms mark Lifeline Bookfest as a must

Lifeline volunteers Melissa Parker and Veronica Betts browse through some of the books that will be sold at the Daily News Lifeline Warwick Bookfest this weekend.

Lifeline Bookfest coming to Warwick

How you can help save young woman's life

Maryvale woman Tracey Young is battling Atypical hemolytic-uremic syndrome (aHUS), with her treatment costing $500,000 per year.

Auction to raise money for local with debalitating illness

City’s most eligible bachelors go up for auction

Australia's favourite redhead twins and celebrity bachelors Stevie and Andy Mac will perform and be auctioned off at the Pink Hope Charity Male Auction Gala.

All women need to do is bid for the man who catches their eye

5 things to try in Warwick this week

The Warwick Potters shop is full of unique gifts handmade by local artists and sculptors.

Looking for something to do in Warwick this week?

Take the inside family out for community movie night

Inside Out will be screened at a community movie night in Warwick on Saturday night, sponsored by Telstra.

Telstra sponsors Saturday night movie event in Warwick

Fine fowls up for auction in Warwick

Jake and Dean Mauch with poultry at a previous auction.

Rare chocolate-coloured egg laying chickens up for auction

Exciting program sewn for Jumpers and Jazz

FESTI-FULL: Jumpers and Jazz advisory team chairman Rob Hamilton and committee member Karina Devine are excited about the release of the festival program.

Bumper program for Jumpers and Jazz

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Snowflakes in Stanthorpe

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

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3200 Gladstone region construction jobs stalled for months

Project manager of Hummock Hill Island Resort John Kelly wanted to start construction in December but that's not going to happen for another four months

11 awesome things to do in Hervey Bay

Looking out across the Bay.

Hervey Bay delights storytellers

DSD speak out on council axing funds

Destination Southern Downs chairwoman Corinne Butler (not pictured) has urged Southern Downs Regional Council to reverse its decision to cease funding that would have DSD dissolve in July, just one year after it was formed.

DSD urges council to reconsider defunding the tourism body.

Reef cat fire has major effect on tourism trade

These images show the Spirit of 1770 as it was engulfed in flames  late yesterday afternoon.

The crew activated their emergency procedures

YHA: Backpacker tax laws delayed, but we want them dead

Backpackers are vital in providing labour for many farmers across Australia.

Coalition facing heat from farmers, tourism sector over $500m grab

VIDEO: Dolphin swims into Mooloolaba for seafood feast

A dolphin is spotted at Mooloolaba Spit as the sun went down on May 15, 2016

Its fin popped up at first for a moment

OPINION: Tourism charts a new course on Southern Downs

Warwick Visitor Information Centre volunteer Fran Hockings (centre) with the new visitor guide launched by Destination Southern Downs general manager Marion Carrick and marketing manager Anissa Williams.

Tourism worth $313m to regional economy annually

Australian cave diving is regulated

Cave diving.

Cavern diving an exciting adventure

Noel a shucker for oysters for 40 years

Noel Baggaley at his oyster lease on the Brunswick River. PHOTO: KATE O’NEILL

Long-time local oyster grower Noel Baggaley shares his story.

What’s fresh at your local farmers’ market

Local beekeeper Garry Rodgers, of The Honey Wagon (New Brighton/Mullum), has just finished harvesting a new season batch of jellybush from his hives near Tyagarah.

Latest offerings at local farmers' markets.