Fancy dress tea party stirs up the past

CAKE EXPECTATIONS: The high teas will include prizes for best-dressed guests.

The Criterion Hotel is having a high tea with a difference

Nothing stops one-armed woodchopper

CHAMPION AXEMAN: Nick Fredriksen competed at Killarney Show in five woodchop categories.

Woodchopper cuts through the competition at Killarney Show

Summer forecast to end with a washout

WET WEEK: Weather forecasters predict summer will end with rain on the Southern Downs.

Clear skies set to be the last of the sunshine this summer






How to do Eat Street the right way

EVERYTHING you need to know to get the most out of your Eat Street experience and to avoid a food coma when you’re only one stall deep.

Don’t go chasing waterfalls…find them on these drives!

The Scenic Rim is just one place nearby that you'll love.

BRISBANE isn’t all bright lights and city slickers.

Science Festival seriously awesome

Don't miss the World Science Festival Brisbane!

CALLING everyone who wants to see something totally cool.

Drink where the cool kids do this summer

There are a bunch of new bars open in Brisbane, make sure you're there!

CHECK out these new funky bars.

Discover Brisbane’s laneway gems

Brisbane's laneways will surprise you.

NOT all of Brisbane City is as it seems…

Top five things to experience this summer in Brisbane

Tangalooma is amazing if you're keen for a dive, kayak or swim.

THIS summer get out and explore your capital city.

Your boots are made for walking these tours

Brisbane Greeters tours are a great way to learn the local history of the city.

YOU don’t need a bike or bus for a seriously good tour of Brisbane.

Wet weekend to end hottest month

The hottest month in Southern Downs history will end with the region being doused in showers.

Local schools brave the shave for cancer patients

RAISE AWARENESS: Warwick Central principal Christine Dolley with students Michah Hamlet, Cameron Dromgold, Kweller Manfield, Talis Forrest, Roberta McGrady and Kymberley Moore, who plan to raise money for blood cancer patients.

Don't be surprised to see school kids with their hair dyed bold hues

Berlin Wall fragment find

COLD WAR COLLECTABLE: Dell Maxwell, with the Berlin Wall fragment, is helping to organise the annual book store in Warwick.

A token of the Cold War has turned up in Warwick

Clifton wine a taste of what's to come

John Briffa at his winery in Clifton.

A Clifton farmer is unable to keep up with demand for his red wine

Junior judges out in force

Natasha Dau is training to be a small animal judge.

A local show is nurturing young judging talent

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REVIEW: Under the Gun doco looks at right to bear arms

WOULD you ever carry your baby and a semi-automatic gun to the shops?

Collegians to kick off footy season next week

Collegians coaches (from left) Deb Scanlan, Garth Miller, Ben Brownlie, Matt Collins (U9 assistant), David Hallman, Kerry Scanlan, Josh Williams, Bob Bell, Craig Frattini and Scott Morton.

Plenty of experience in Collegians coaching ranks

Messing with your head

MIND BLOWN: What could be weirder than the realisation that we have another completely separate brain and nervous system than the one originating in our heads?

Fascinating connection between your gut and your brain

New Wattles recruit called up for the All Stars

New Wattles signing Jordan Gale.

All Stars before club footy for TRL recruit from England

New figures show strength of regional news media

Great local digital media coverage has seen more people signing up to be subscribers.

News Regional Media now reaching 3.5 million each month

Young stockmen bring home the ribbons

YOUNG CATTLEMAN: Riley Bacon was a bit of a star at the Allora Show.

KIDS were the word at Allora Show over the weekend.

En route to cheap travel

LET'S FLY: Lisa Noye, Mindi Devine, Tilley Leach, Kate Santo and Jenelle Matthews are all excited about Saturday's in-house travel expo.

Getaway deals on offer at expo.

Saleyard expansion only under discussion

Les Fraser operates the safe crowding yars at the Warwick Saleyards.



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Council insists no "solid plans” to expand the Warwick Saleyards.

5 things Warwick needs

The Big Banana water park is popular with all ages for splashy summer fun.

We all know what the people of Warwick want for our city

Grab your morning milk from the local butcher

DAILY ESSENTIALS: Richard Sims and butcher Michael Brickley.

Lyons St Butchery adds to its range.

Green Day's American Idiot The Musical

Chris Cheney of The Living End stars in the Australian production of Green Days musical American Idiot at Brisbane's QPAC Theatre.

Two of Australia's biggest music legends, Chris Cheney of The Living End and Phil...

2017 Toyota C-HR

2017 Toyota C-HR

Toyota's all-new C-HR small SUV

Warwick golfers hit off on new covered driving range

Warwick golfers hit off on new covered driving range which will keep them...

Squash player Gay Erskine talks sports star awards with Warwick Credit Union and Daily News

Squash player Gay Erskine is a monthly Warwick Credit Union and Daily News senior...

Delissa Kimmince shows some AFL skills to Scots PGC students

Former Warwick junior sportswoman Delissa Kimmince shows some AFL skills to student...

Check out these food and wine festivals in 2017

Calling all foodies to regional feasts in Queensland and New South Wales

Jade vine gives garden tropical touch

The jade  vine is native to the Philippines but grows well in Australia.

It's worth hunting around for the jade vine and cardinal creeper

Get cracking for brekky with egg recipe

Stovetop breakfast quinoa, salmon and egg tart.

Versatile salmon and quinoa a wonderful way to start day

Sumptuous salad inspired by Ottolenghi

Cauliflower Salad with hazelnuts and pomegranate.

Pair pomegranate with cauliflower for something a little different

Picturesque Basel hosts exhibitions by three famous names

Mittlere bridge over the Rhine River at sunset in Basel, Switzerland.

Pretty city to host wonderful artwork

Seppeltsfield rebirth keeps rich family tradition alive

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Seppeltsfield in the Barossa is Australia's beating wine heart.

Un-American tale makes Lion weakest link in Oscars line-up

PSYCHOLOGY researchers find US films and actors most likely to win accolades at the Oscars.

Can rightful winner Midnight take out golden Gosling in Oscars?

Can Lion pip La La Land at the post in this year's Oscars? Sunny Pawar (pictured) helped bring a powerful film to the big screen.

WILL Aussie film Lion triumph or will popular La La Land prevail?

Living End, Grinspoon stars hit stage for American Idiot

Chris Cheney of The Living End stars in the Australian production of Green Days musical American Idiot at Brisbane's QPAC Theatre.

TAKE a look behind the scenes of Green Day's American Idiot musical

The trick homeowners are using to buy more properties

Chantelle Subritzky leaves her home each week for Airbnb guests.

Queenslanders are going down this path to help pay their mortgages

Stunning home blends South Pacific beauty with Orient style

Immaculate residence with two outdoor living areas

$140k damage: landlord says property trashed, contaminated

He had what he calls "the tenants from hell"

Submarine, buses and 3000 tyres removed in $100K clean up

The list of things removed from this property is beyond astonishing

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Business 'blown away' after 140 people apply for one job

A total 140 people applied for a casual receptionist position at Harrup Park.

Jobseekers up against the odds for some positions

REVEALED: 38 new CQ projects to deliver 229 jobs

Construction cranes on the Mooloolaba skyline.

There are 11 projects to be funded in Woorabinda

$40m Sunny Queen expansion means cracking new jobs

NOW OPEN: Minister for State Development Dr Anthony Lynham, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Sunny Queen Australia managing director John O'Hara and Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale at the grand opening of the new $40 million manufacturing facility in Carole Park.

'Egg-cellent' investment will be a boost for local economy

No time to respond to job applicants? Google CEO does.

Girl, 7, delighted to get personal response from Google boss

South dominates manufacturing grants applications

State Development Minister Anthony Lynham praised Maryborough's Downer Rail.

Most manufacturing grants applications from southern Queensland

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Game changer: Toyota C-HR small SUV road test and review

EDGY: The C-HR has been launched priced from $26,990, Toyota revealing a new style direction for its late but eagerly awaited entry to the crucial small SUV segment.

Toyota smashes the small SUV segment in style

Mercedes-Benz's premium ute hits Australian shores

PREMIUM CHOICE: Mercedes' striking new 4x4 double cab ute, due to go on sale here in 2018, does some Australian off-road testing before hitting our showrooms.

All-new Mercedes 4WD double-cab will go on sale next year

Toyota's new small SUV C-HR arrives priced from $26,990

NEW DIRECTION: 2WD manual version of the all-new C-HR small SUV can be had for $26,990 before on-roads, with an auto version from $28,990

Small SUV a style breakthrough for Toyota

All-new Range Rover Velar SUV confirmed

PHOTO TEASE: New Velar will be the fourth Range Rover SUV in the line-up, slotting in between the Evoque and Sport models and should cost around $75,000.

Fourth Range Rover SUV to be officially shown on March 1

Mazda recalls yet another vehicle...

The Mazda BT-50, sold between October 21, 2011, and December 3, 2012, are being recalled.

The Mazda BT-50 has now been recalled.

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