A fresh start and new ideas

HARDDRIVE: John Wode with his pride and joy, a 1300cc Honda Fury.

Businessman John Wode says new ideas needed for Warwick

Weather warning for Darling Downs due to Cyclone Debbie

Revised forecasts now show up to 120mm of rain is possible tomorrow

Repair funding up for grabs for Southern Downs

SAFETY DEVELOPMENT: Member for Northern Tablelands (NSW) Adam Marshall, Tenterfield Shire Council Mayor Peter Petty, Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and Roads and Maritime Services freight and regional general manager Eric Shegog at the opening of the new Bookookoorara Creek bridge on the Mount Lindesay Rd, which was replaced thanks to funding from the Federal Government Bridges Renewal Program.

Federal funding could bring boost to bridges around region

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Keith Hills, 91, survives Cyclone Debbie in his caravan

Keith Hills, 91, survives Cyclone Debbie in his caravan

'Mesmerising' sign guy is back

Mesmerising sign guy is back stealing the Premier's thunder

Sign Guy steals Annastacia Palaszczuk’s thunder once more at presser






When the NDIS is rolling out at your place

THE National Disability Insurance Scheme launched in July 2013 and continues to roll out region by region across the country.

NDIS launches Jack 'skyrocketing ahead'

JACK joined the NDIS at age three. Now he's just like every other child his age.

Ben & Co’s inspiring story to fill gap in community

BEN Hunter beams as he bakes and sells an impressive range of muffins, biscuits and slices at local markets.

Historic show win for Warwick grazier

Grazier claims Warwick Show cattle gong five decades after first title.

Runner numbers rocket

The Warwick Pentath-run has experienced a surge in popularity

The Warwick Pentath-run has experienced such a surge in popularity.

Some major sports at risk of dying out

LEADING CODE: More than a million men, women and children play soccer in Australia.

Soccer soars in popularity but could rugby league be on the way out?

G-G opens show to huge applause

Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove unveil the plaque at the opening of the 150th Warwick Show on Friday night.

Sir Peter Cosgrove said opening the Warwick Show brought some firsts

Dodgems lure show crowd

DODGEM DERBY: Will and Madison Styles in sideshow alley at the 150th Warwick Show

Dodgems ride stood out as the crowd favourite at the Warwick Show.

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Future Islands gear up for Splendour gig

THEIR new album, The Far Field, is "music from the heart than from the mind".

Warwick goes well against premiers before going down

BALL ON FOOT: Jamie Saunders in possession for Warwick in football in Toowoomba fixtures.

Strong performance by Warwick Wolves in premier grade

Brothers from Allora to battle it out at Mayhew Oval

DEFENCE: Nick Morris, defending for Allora, is one of three brothers in Saturday's grand final.

Allora not at full strength but still confident

Cutters heading west with 20 for the round robin

ATTACK: Killarney Cutters captain Brett Lambert will play in Saturday's round robin.

Brett Lambert will captain the Cutters

Littleproud calls for support for planned tax reductions

Federal Member for Maranoa David Littleproud says a tax reduction would boost Warwick businesses.

A PLANNED tax cut for small business could boost the Warwick economy

Killarney family jumps into gear with new business venture

BOYS TOYS: Trevor Davies (right) hands over the keys to Jason Green with wife Carly, and kids (from left) Jack, Katie, Lucy and Leanna.

KILLARNEY truck driver Jason Green and his family have made a change

Huge changes at Warwick Woolworths

Warwick Woolworths has a brand new look.

WOOLWORTHS in Warwick has undergone a major transformation

Tireless efforts for a beautiful Warwick

MOVER SHAKER: Graham Buchner at home, getting ready for his next project.

Graham Buchner has become a well-known and respected figure

SDRC awaits details on Grainx investigation

UNDER WRAPS: Southern Downs Regional Council is awaiting details of an investigation into possible dust and noise pollution breaches at Grainx before pursuing legal action against the business.

Group seeks freeze over Grainx zoning

Mayor's plan for our region

Southern Downs Regional Council mayor Tracy Dobie at the rail tracks at Thulimbah. Cr Dobie wants the proposed inland rail route to be reconsidered.

OUR region could become part of a new council group

Cyclone Debbie: The aftermath

Cyclone Debbie: the aftermath, Wednesday March 29.

The aftermath of Cyclone Debbie in Whitsundays

Proserpine pummelled by Cyclone Debbie

Proserpine Plumbing - next to RSL.

The latest pictures just in from the damage of Cyclone Debbie in Proserpine.

Mackay river flooding

Mackay now in danger of flooding.

Mayor says troubles not over yet.

Severe Weather Update

Latest advice from BOM.

latest advice from Bureau of Meteorology.

Premier urges Whitsunday Coast to be patient

Army to clear roads and power restoration a priority.

2017 Nissan Pathfinder seven-seat SUV road test and review

Improved technology and more refined V6 engine comes standard for updated seven-seater

Pimp your garden with these quirky flower pot ideas

Don't toss out your old chest of drawers, transform it into a funky planter box. PHOTOS: CONTRIBUTED BY HOSELINK

DOES your garden look like a drab piece of dirt?

French cuisine plus culture

Cookbook shares a family's foodie adventures in France

Lismore woman finds python in her bed

This python was very comfortably asleep in the bed of a Lismore resident before finding a new sleeping place in a tree.

Goldilocks had nothing on this snake found sleeping in a Lismore bed

Detour around tragic Gunalda crash leads to kitten rescue

SAVED: Sonja Prytz has fostered three kittens she found on the road while detoured around a tragic crash south of Maryborough.

The driver said she would not have usually gone that way home.

Blind teen shares love for painting after cancer battle

TALENTED: Blind artist and 17-year-old high school student James Norquay at home.

James Norquay has curious hobbies for a boy who is legally blind

MOVIE REVIEW: LEGO Batman best caped crusader yet

Nana! Nana! Nana! Nana! Nana! Batman!

MOVIE REVIEW: Power Rangers way out of their league

Becky G., Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, Ludi Lin, and RJ Cyler in a scene from the movie Power Rangers.

A Lego action figure is capable of running rings around teen misfits

Bliss N Eso announce a stack of regional tour dates

Aussie rappers Bliss N Eso are hitting the road in May for a 27-date national tour.

AUSSIE rappers hitting the road in May with new album.

Scarlett Johansson reveals the huge roles she’s lost out on

Scarlett Johansson greets fans at the Japan World Premiere of the movie Ghost In The Shell.

GHOST in the Shell star shares ups and downs of Hollywood.

Calling all renovators at heart

Solid home on 617sq m between beach and CBD development

This is what Sunshine Coast living is all about

Life's a breeze at stylish Alexandra Headland apartment

Timing pays dividends in Kawana health hub precinct

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Construction starts at Sunshine Coast mixed-use project in Birtinya

Coffee king snaps up gym

Mooloolaba Healthworks site sells for $2.1million

Luxury hotel expands $400m water park development

Developer to push on with second stage of massive new water park

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What 'boomerang workers' mean for Warwick business

Man Showing Vacant Job Concept 'Hiring Now' with copy space on blue background.

Australian companies increasingly rehiring former employees

Young gun on the job

ON THE JOB: Congratulating Kody Doyle (second from left) are Andrew Hooker of Inglewood Organic Chicken Farms, Julie Black of GTT and Tony Badesso (supervisor).

Program helps worker lock in full-time employment

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

THE FUTURE: Central Queensland University students had a thing or two to learn from the locals on their trip to Nepal.

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

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Nissan updates its Navara ute in response to buyer feedback

MODEL UPDATE: Nissan Navara gets suspension changes to improve performance when under load and when towing

Changes only affect utes with five-link coil-spring rear suspension

Updating a style icon: new Audi A5 and S5 Coupe review

SHARP LINES: Audi’s latest A5 and S5 Coupes feature style enhancements, more performance and sharper prices.

New generation A5 and S5 Coupe up the kit, maintain the style

Honda Civic Type R touches down in Melbourne

LUCKED IN: McLaren-Honda F1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne the first person on Australian soil to drive the all-new Honda Civic Type R.

Belgian F1 racer is first to get behind the wheel of new hot hatch

Drop-top with bite: Ferrari 488 Spider road test and review

OPEN SEASON: Spider’s 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 offers 492kW and 760Nm, but with the options fitted to our test car it will set you back over $650,000. It’s still worth it.

Pounding the back streets of Bathurst in a special Spider

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