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FOUND: Warwick lotto winners

Warwick's mystery lotto winners have been found.

Stop the press. Warwick's newest Lotto winners have been found.

Booze on the brain

BREWING: Research indicates a cold one can assist memory.

Study finds alcohol consumption can improve your memory.






Golf club joins in the spirit of Jumpers and Jazz

Plenty of prizes for Jumpers and Jazz Golf

Grannies to groove for breakfast

SOLD OUT: The Groovy Grannies are overwhelmed with the response to their breakfast.

Breakfast a sell-out as grannies keep their groove on.

Showing off the bling bling

JEWELLERY MAKER: Leak Kelly (left) is anticipating a good showing for the Bling Ring workshops.

Find out how you can create your own flashy jewellery this J + J.

What's on at Jumpers and Jazz today: Thursday

MIXED BAG: Play some bowls and then join the potters for soup at the festival today.

Dig out silly socks to play bowls then join the potters for soup

Serving up a super night out

Ray Tainton created 413 pottery bowls for the Warwick Potters Association Hot Pots Soup Night on Thursday as part of Jumpers and Jazz in July.

Potters prepare 500 bowls for tonight's popular soup event

Warwick High students jazz it up

SMOOTH TUNES: Warwick State High School cool school jazz ensemble performed outside Warwick Town Hall for Jumpers and Jazz in July.

Budding musicians entertained a crowd outside town hall yesterday

The making of a street art masterpiece

NEW PIECE: Ian McCallum painted a large-scale work of art outside Warwick Art Gallery for Jumpers and Jazz in July.

Watch Ian McCallum create a larger-than-life painting

Pride on show for Carbal Art

Carbal Community Art Group formed in 2015 after the Jumpers and Jazz Festival, and they're back for another year.

Killarney couple the bees knees

Grace and Graeme Heal at the Pig and Calf Sale.

Warwick's honey brings in Killarney visitors to town.

Steinohrt Flannery Cup this Sunday

FOOTY FEVER: The Junior Gremlins will be hosting the Steinohrt Flannery Cup on Sunday.

Steinohrt Flannery Cup this Sunday

Artists of all ages paint the town red

Curators Jan Corcut and Elaine Wiedman straightening up a piece.

Emerging talents given their shot at St Mark's art exhibit.

No rest for gardens during winter event

IN BLOOM: Expect plenty of colour and garden goodies at the Winter Extravaganza.

Winter Garden Extravaganza adds to the colour of J & J.

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What's on today at Jumpers and Jazz: Wednesday

Enjoy the sweet sound of student musicians and pick up some new plants

Warwick parkrun with a difference this Saturday

Peter Doyle and Jeff Morris in a Warwick parkrun.

Come in your PJs to Warwick parkrun

Referees' night a must in touch

REFS NIGHT: First season senior referee of the year Caitie Teo with Warwick touch president Justin Nolan.

Touch team reminded - referees' night is compulsory

What's on at Jumpers and Jazz today: Tuesday

LEARN CRAFT: There are plenty of workshops happening around town today.

See a masterpiece come together or learn a new craft

Mine revamp to bring new jobs

STEP FORWARD: MRV Metals CEO Jason Elks has opened the company's office in Texas.

New jobs are set to bring a boost with new MRV Metals project

Up for the sweetest challenge

CHALLENGE: Wheatvale beekeeper Ugis Lauberts, of Fat Bee Honey, is chasing the unique manuka jellybush honey this season.

The Wheatvale beekeeper's amazing story

Why Warwick lost power last night

Pieces of the electricity lines came down when the driver knocked the pole.

The reasons behind Warwick power outages

Have a mortgage? This warning from the PM is for you

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks during a press conference at the Australian High Commission in London, Tuesday, July 11, 2017. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is in The United Kingdom for a three-day official. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

He reminded home owners that prices don't always go up...

Power outages affect large region near Warwick

POWER CUT: A large area to the south and east of Warwick has been affected by power outages since Wednesday evening.

A large area near Warwick has been affected by power outages

Rose City development takes shape

The third Rose City Shoppingworld tower cap has gone up today.

Rose City Shoppingworld has welcomed another milestone

Overweight mum now smaller than what she was at school

The mum-of-two returned from a trip to Sydney where she was one of three women nationwide to receive a $10,000 makeover.

Diving into cancer recovery with hyperbaric

SO SUCCESSFUL: Fran Levy has found the benefit of "dives'.

Patient left painfully scarred by "rare and aggressive cancer".

Rude shock coming for pool owners

Cost of keeping your pool might be up to $2000 a year

Hearty food for cold nights

Boneless lamb shoulder roast with crushed kipflers.

RECIPES: Two tasty lamb dishes to try this winter

Drive from Gold Coast to Cairns for free on electric power

The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV plug in hybrid.

Electric drivers can fill up for free in early phases of $3m project

A mother's diary: the morning our lives changed forever

Emma Harford, whose son Cole, 15, took his own life a year ago today. Photo / Mike Scott

Emma Harford arrived home to find police and ambulance

Grandma covered face cancer with make up for months

RAISING AWARENESS: Nurse Emma Kluck (left) and cancer survivor Jean Dellit are raising awareness of World Head and Neck Cancer Day.

At first Jean Dellit just dismissed her melanoma as an old-age spot

The Block's family home rescue mission

RENO show's new concept – relocating and restoring crumbling heritage homes – proves its biggest challenge to date.

Angelina Jolie 4.0: Is anyone buying this?

Angelina Jolie, master media manipulator, is back.

Love The Bachelor and a feminist? Sorry, you can't be both

These 22 women trying to win Matty's heart... but at what cost? (Pic: Channel 10)

Tans will be sprayed. Roses will be distributed. Tears will be shed.

George RR Martin: Sixth book won't be out this year

Emilia Clarke returns as Daenerys Targaryen in the seventh season of Game of Thrones, which premieres only on Foxtel on July 17.

“I am still working on it, I am still months away..."

How one man made more than $20m in a land deal

Varsity Lakes

Sale, with GST added, shows as a $26.4 million transaction

Open for inspection homes 27 July - 2 August

Check out this weekend's homes open for inspection.

Beers, spirits and 131 years of history up for grabs

The 131-year-old General Gordon Hotel is on the market with all of its quirks included.

Pub with good beer and "lovely food” for sale 20 minutes from town

Tenant: Let me rent, I'll fix your property and pay for it

Noosaville tenant Tony Conyers thought his tenancy was guaranteed until 2035, so he spent his own money on the property. Now he's been told he may not be able to stay for even one more year.

Renter spent $30k on maintaining, improving property over 17 years

Drunk face tattoo holding Mark back

Mark Cropp says his face tattoo is holding him back from getting a job. Picture: NZ Herald

Mark Cropp wants to get off dole, get a job and put food on table

Thousands of positions available on Adani jobs portal

Adani Australia regional content manager Ben Hughes speaks at the Regional Growth Seminar in Mackay on Thursday.

Thousands of jobs available on Adani portal

Crime is on the up in Bundy 'because of jobless'

CRIME ON THE RISE: Shadow Attorney General Ian Walker visited Bundaberg to attend community meetings with Burnett MP Stephen Bennett.

LNP blames government 'inaction'

450 JOBS: Workers needed for major LNG plant shut down

QCLNG have started exporting Train 2 gas from Gladstone.   Photo Contributed

Extra 450 workers needed later this year at QCLNG.

How it took 2000 applications to get a job on Sunshine Coast

TOUGH GIG: It took Matt Collins 2000 job applications before he found a job.

Valuable tips for those feeling lost in the job search.

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App can detect pedestrians and cyclist on collision course

Verita Stewart, semi-professional cyclist demonstrates V2P (Vehicle to pedestrian/cyclist) technology. Picture: Kelly Barnes/The Australian.

Driver app can detect pedestrians and cyclist on collision course

Mazda reveals seven-seat CX-8 SUV

The new Mazda CX-8 has been revealed.

The wraps have come off the Mazda CX-8.

2018 Audi A8 is step closer to self-driving capability

The 2017 Audi A8.

The new Audi A8 arrives in Australia in 12 months.

Holden vehicles recalled due to fire risk

The MY12 VE Holden LPG Sportwagon Berlina.

Vehicles are being recalled due to potential fuel hose leaks or fire

Best 4WD under $60K: Change of pace from Ford Falcon

Alan Boyd tests the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLX.

New car buyer looking for a 4WD with towing capacity.

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