Why I ended up paying big time for $7 Kmart toaster


OPINION Bargain turns out to be expensive mistake

He's 93, has dementia and makes love with a sex worker

People with dementia can experience massive changes in their libidos.

Meet the escort who helps men with dementia enjoy sex

Frosts, showers and thunderstorms in Warwick's week ahead

Chris McFerran SE QLD Weather Photography -2.7c near Warwick today. Last day of autumn.

Winter isn't quite done yet in Warwick

Record numbers for steam trains

Jumpers and Jazz gives Southern Downs Steam Railway a record number of passengers throughout festival.

Festival crowds jumping up

EMBRACING FESTIVAL: Indianna, Baxter, Darcy, Nadine and Luke Johnston from Warwick enjoy the spoils of the 2017 Jumpers and Jazz in July festival.

Jumpers and Jazz welcomes record numbers

Jumpers and Jazz wraps up another successful year

Karen Walsh from Darwin relaxes at the Saturday Jazz Lounge.

Warwick's favourite festival done and dusted for 2017

A couple of 'meandering mushrooms'

TOP HATS: Matthew Probets (left) and Linda Williams from Warwick were dressed as "meandering mushrooms" for the Suitcase Rummage yesterday.

Colourful outfits add to the vibrancy of Jumpers and Jazz

What's on at Jumpers and Jazz today: Sunday

LAST DAY: Enjoy jazz in the park and peruse market stalls to round out the festival.

LAST DAY: Listen to jazz in the park while perusing market stalls

Town hall turns into a jazz club

TRAVELLER: Karen Walsh made the trip from Darwin to join the fun of Jumpers and Jazz in July.

Travellers from Darwin, Sydney and Brisbane among festival crowd

Dancers light up floor at jazz lounge

HAPPY FEET: Bill Ensor and Anitta Saunders from Toowoomba did an impromptu performance of the lindy hop at the Saturday Jazz Lounge.

Live music entertains a crowd of hundreds at Warwick Town Hall

Winds prompt bushfire warnings for Southern Downs

Region facing very high fire danger

Festival to honour man in black

LEGENDARY J.R: Johnny Cash walked the line of Maryland St in August of 1982 when he and his wife, June, visited the Granite Belt.

Cash fans Walk the Line to Stanthorpe

WATCH: Gardening guru visits Southern Downs

ON THE JOB: Students learnt about the composition of soil at the Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition Awards Day and Ag Science Expo.

Host of Gardening Australia Costa Georgiadis delighted students

Wacky story jumps off the page

Beau and  Claudia Morris.

Warwick West State School to hold quirky Book Week event

YMCA and pool set to merge under massive changes

Stanthorpe YMCA and pool are set for some major changes.

Stanthorpe's YMCA and pool to face major changes

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Warwick sticks with same combination for Rose Bowl

Top polocrosse all weekend at Morgan Park with 84 players

Rose Bowl turns 50 at this weekend's carnival

ACTION: Byron Davison (Tansey) is challenged by Braydon Beck (Warwick) in a final in the Rose Bowl carnival.

Eighty four teams in Warwick for Rose Bowl

Cowboys colts side at full strength for semi final

FINALS: Aden Howard in possession for Warwick Cowboys in under-18 rugby league this season.

Cowboys in two finals in Toowoomba on Saturday afternoon

It's classic cars' time to shine at Leyburn

ON SHOW: Shannon's Show n Shine is sure to entertain car lovers at the Leyburn Sprints this weekend.

130 vintage vehicles to visit historic sprints event this weekend

Wickham Freightlines restore iconic original rig

The restored C-500 at Wickham Freightlines headquarters in Warwick.

The truck, which was mostly driven by long-time employee Garth Power

Warwick's Bunnings fight folds but flood fears linger

Centre Point Mid City Motel owner Eddy Raets is about to get a very large new neighbour.

An objection to the new Bunnings Warehouse site has been dropped

BLACK GOLD: Dog trainer stumbles on $1 million industry

Fresh truffles are available at Deli Delicious for $1850/kg, Friday, July 25, 2014. Photo Kevin Farmer / The Chronicle

Stanthorpe set to be home to $1 million truffle industry

Massive Warwick development gets green light

Construction of the new Bunnings Warehouse in Warwick will start soon.

The development now has the green light to proceed

How to hurt your career prospects with a single email

"It actually decrease perceptions of competence."

Aussies spend millions on smashed phones, Warwick is no different

CRACK UP: Australians have spent more that $755 million on phone repairs or replacements in the past five years.

Every day in Australia, 1300 people smash their smartphone

Some of Australia's most amazing photographs

Some of the most amazing photographs shared on Canon Australia's Instagram account...

Barcelona terror attack

Scenes from the Barcelona terror attack where a van ploughed into a crowd

Pauline Hanson attacked on Sunrise

Senator Hanson announced she gave support to the changes in return for reforms to the ABC, greater community radio funding and foreign ownership reporting. Picture: Kym Smith

Told the next terror attack in Australia will be on her head.

Comedian Jerry Lewis dies at 91

Jerry Lewis (right) was best known for his movies with Dean Martin in the 1950s. Picture: Supplied

The comedy legend died of natural causes in his Las Vegas home.

Man pushes girlfriend off cliff after taking picture

Jolee Callan is pictured here in the last photo of her taken by the man who would then kill her. Picture: Instagram/lorendaniel.

Loren Bunner shot 18-year-old Jolee Callan twice and shoved her from the top of a...

Bay man carves new life with craft that saved him

After a freak accident left Andrew 'Croz' Crosby unable to walk, he turned to making wood art as a form of therapy.

Rocky woman's $3m will contested by daughter-in-law

Wood and brass judges gavel on a law book

99-year-old's will split estate between two of three sons

How Coast woman's simple idea became a cookbook empire

Kim McCosker with one of her 30 cookbooks, The Easiest Slow Cooker Book Ever.

Sense of creativity more important than business degree

Kids dairy snacks recalled after faulting packaging

Parmalat Australia has recalled Calciyum, Woolworths & Aldi Brooklea yoghurt pouches sold at various retailers including Woolworths, Aldi, Metcash/IGA, Foodworks, Foodland, Friendly Grocer 4 Square and/or Farmer Jacks stores nationally.

Popular children's snack recalled over choking fears

Study uncovers secret to getting stronger, fitter

The secret to cracking your fitness goals may all be in the way you order your workout, according to a recent study

Expert answers whether you should start with strength or cardio

Paul Kelly announces massive Australian tour

LOCAL music legend Paul Kelly has thrilled fans with the announcement of a massive tour around Australia and New Zealand.

Truth behind Whitney Houston’s ‘fairytale’ life

Documentary reveals the 'truth' behind Whitney Houston's life.

IT MIGHT be the greatest myth in modern pop music.

Survivor twist bound to shock

Sunshine Coast mum-of-three Tara Pitt.

TARA Pitt benefited from a shock twist on Australian Survivor.

The Block goes back to school with gorgeous kids rooms

Ronnie and Georgia's winning kids bedroom in a scene from The Block.

ONE magical bedroom received the first perfect score of the season.

EXPLAINED: What the 'Costco effect' means for Ipswich

PRICE WARS: A Costco store similar to this one in Canberra, is planned for Ipswich.

Exclusive 'cult' about to change how families do grocery shopping

4800 homes to be built in massive new Coast estate

Masterplanned community full steam ahead - it's not Caloundra South

Open for inspection homes August 17 - 23

Check out this weekend's homes open for inspection.

Airbnb, Stayz and co tipped to squeeze Coast housing market

HOLIDAY BOOM: Airbnb letting is putting a further squeeze on long-term rentals.

Councils exploring options to manage the industry

Massive solar farm to provide 250 jobs

FRV's Moree Solar Farm.

The 148MW farm is being built on a disused mango farm

How to nail that job interview

Congratulations on landing a job interview - now it is time to nail it.

Impress with some simple preparation

Dream crushed as 'no one wants to hire a foreigner'

Suzan Aliny.. "My children are very sad to leave their school already."

Skilled migrant speaks out about employment difficulties

$200,000 job goes begging, snapped up by foreign workers

Shotcreter Chris McKervey lines tunnels with concrete spray and gets paid upwards of $200K a year.

A lack of local workers means top-paying jobs are going begging

The boom is over, so what's bringing people to Gladstone?

A Gladstone development advocate has suggested the city could become an import-export freight hub for northern Australia.

New migration data reveals those moving away from and into Gladstone

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Hyundai reveals fuel cell with 800km range

UNVEILED: Hyundai 's Ryu Chang with  the hydrogen fuel cell.

This hydrogen-powered SUV can travel 800km on one tank.

ROAD TEST: The Audi R8 Spyder...your everyday supercar

The 2017 Audi R8 Spyder.

The Audi R8 is designed to be a supercar you could drive daily.

What's hot and what's not in motoring for 2017

The Ford Mustang is still hot property.

The state of play in the motoring industry.

OUTRAGEOUS! How angry drivers rule our roads

Road rage is a major problem for Australian drivers.

Shocking acts of road rage caught on film.

Best performance car buys for one-track minds

Sharee Warren with the Toyota 86, a popular offering which starts from just above $30K.

Want a bargain performance car? Here's the best buys.

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