UPDATE: Horror collision on the Cunningham Highway

It is believed and ambulance and police are on scene.

ZOOPER DOOPER DROUGHT: Where they are in Warwick

One supermarket sold out of Zooper Doopers.






How to survive a bushfire in your car

IT SOUNDS like a nightmare, but it can happen.

Eight reasons to join the RFS

SPREAD across 93% of Queensland, the Rural Fire Service has about 36,000 volunteers. And you could be one of them.

What if my insurer gives me grief?

CLAIMING your insurance cover after a natural disaster can go one of two ways. It can be a breeze, or like pulling teeth.

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.

Knock over your whole Christmas shopping list in one hit

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BRISBANE City is synonymous with incredible shopping – ask anyone.

A banger of a summer music festival line-up

The music gods are shining on Brisbane this music season; get there!

THIS season, there really is something for all music tastes.

Escape the hustle of Brisbane with these top day trips

Dive among the shipwrecks at Tangalooma for an amazing day out.

THERE is more to Brisbane than bright lights and a stunning river.

Everything you knew was on in Brisbane just got better

Don't miss the Brisbane International this summer.

IF IT is diversity you want, Brisbane is the place to get it.

Discover the city like a local

See the city like a local, and on the back of a bike!

THE Brisbane Greeters tours are everything you want and more.

Cheers to seven of the best bars in Brisbane

There are stacks of cool bars in Brisbane - you'll just have to stay the while and check out all of them!

CHOOSING where to drink comes with great responsibility.

Keeping the kilos off for good takes commitment

YOU'VE put in the blood, sweat and tears to kick the kilos but reaching your goal weight is only half the battle.

FINAL WEEK: Get fit for summer with Sally

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

It's the last week of our getting fit for summer with Sally series

Diet trumps exercise in battle of the bulge

It takes a lot of work to burn off your favourite foods

Get summer fit with Sally Fitzgibbons: Week 11

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region.

It's getting hot and by you should almost be summer fit

Why seniors should focus on fitness

Aussies who embrace exercise in later years reap the health benefits

Kick the Kilos with Sally Fitz: Week 10

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

Here are nine exercises to get your bod ready for the beach

Sally Fitz's Breakfast of champions

It's easy, tasty and not too unhealthy

Smart new app for learner drivers

A BRAND new smartphone app could make getting a licence a lot safer and easier for learner drivers across the nation.

$40 million energy windfall for Southern Downs

A controversial wind farm slated for the Southern Downs has been given the green light.

THE Southern Downs is about to take a leap into a greener future

Woman with disability scared to get parking permit

SCARED OF ABUSE: Andrew Leppien, Kate Martin and Midget know first hand the pain of being judged from the outside.

A woman has begged residents to understand disabilities.

Safe fun in the water at WIRAC

SWIM STAR: Zac Sorenson having a ball at the GH Foundation Warwick Aquatic Participation Day for adults with a disability.

WIRAC is holding a GH Foundation Aquatic Participation Day today

Young performers step up to showcase talents

HIGH IMPACT: The TDC 15 years performance team debuted its new jazz dance at Gatton eisteddfod in September and came away with first place. Warwick audiences can see Slave to the Rhythm at The Dance Centre - Warwick concert tonight and tomorrow night. (Back, from left) Rose Dearden, Lachlan Doherty, Cassidy Henry, Alexis Carey, Georga Tumata, Eve Kelly, Tysharna Wright; (front) Olivia Smith, Faith Kelly, Deiv Sorono, Hayley Carey and Maddie Farrell.

Warwick dancers will perform before full houses tonight and tomorrow

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Creekside Carols are all set to thrill Allora crowd

ALLORA'S Creekside Carols are on tomorrow night, and according to the organisers, will be bigger and better than ever.

Events you need to be at this week...

Warwick Volleyball Ladies grand finalists Grinners (back, from left) Lisa Bergemann, Rachel King and Allyne Waters (front) Awesome team members Emma Lowe, Lydia Wallace and Mandy Aspinall after the first season finals this year.

Touch, volleyball and cricket have major events in the next week

Mitchell Shield between Warwick and Stanthorpe

LOCAL DERBY: Stanthorpe captain Ben Staley with the Hendry Bourke Trophy for cricket supremacy between Warwick and Stanthorpe after a victory at Slade Park two years ago.

Warwick will host Stanthorpe in local derbies

Motocross track open for practice today

Motocross action at Morgan Park.

Dirt bike track ready for a day of practice

Historic Warwick Bank undergoes facelift

HERITAGE MAKEOVER: The exterior of Warwick's historic ANZ Bank building is being revamped.

Warwick's historic ANZ Bank building is undergoing a major facelift.

One year as her own boss

YAHOO BUCKAROO: Sandra Nolan is celebrating one year at the helm of the Buckaroo Motor Inn.

A little over a year ago, Sandra Nolan decided to buy a business

Dine-in Pizza Huts could return across Australia says CEO

Pizza Hut Restaraunt, Brisbane Road, Gympie. May 30, 2016.

"We believe there's a market for that," he said.

Breakfast develops business for Southern Downs

Southern Downs Regional Council mayor Tracy Dobie is keen to kick off a quarterly initiative to build the region's business environment.

Networking event to kick start quarterly council-led series

Roads required for Bunnings approval

PLAN: The proposed plan for the new Bunnings on Canning St.

BUNNINGS will need to fork out cash to go ahead with development.

Road safety concerns over Bunnings development

TRAFFIC JAM: Andrew Gale and the Warwick District Community Road Safety Group are concerned not enough has been done to ensure safety around the proposed Bunnings development.

THE proposed Bunnings development is raising yet more concerns.

GALLERY: Maserati, boat, memorabilia bought by Luke Moore

Boats, cars and memorabilia Luke Moore bought with $2.1 million he overdrew from St George Bank

Photos of the items Luke Moore bought with $2.1 million he overdrew from St George...

Victoria's Secret supermodels wow in 2016 Paris show

Models take to the catwalk during the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show at the Grand Palais in Paris

All the wonder and beauty of the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show at the Grand...

Australia's most beautiful weather captured by the BOM

The most beautiful weather images compiled by the Bureau of Meteorology for its 2016 calendar

Bureau of Meteorology's 2017 Australian Weather Calendar has compiled 13 stunning...

Reader's pics of Southern Downs storms

Southern Downs storms November 27/28.

Check out these pics sent in to the Warwick Daily News over the last few days of...

Hailstorm at Killarney

Killarney hailstorm

Severe hailstorms lash Killarney.

So hot you can cook eggs on the street

Bitumen hot enough to cook on.

Bitumen hotplate put to the test.

Sadam Ahmed's inspirational story

Sadam Ahmed has never been one to be held back by his blindness.

Sadam Ahmed, a blind refugee, is an inspiration to us all.

Singer tunes in to first movie role

Tori Kelly voices the character Meena in the movie Sing.

Musician Tori Kelly voices Meena the teenage elephant in Sing

How porn is causing impotence in otherwise healthy men

Masculinity expert says porn may be causing impotence

Gold Coast turns on a family theme

Surfers Paradise is the ideal family getaway.

Slow down on the glitter strip

Nikon D3400: Great way to start out in a DSLR

Brisbane scenes using a Nikon D3400 entry level DSLR.

SnapBridge connectivity makes sharing great photos on social easy

how to satisfy their warring

Relax and spa concept. Woman with a flower in hair relaxing in a pool at Krabi, Thailand.

If you're combing work with pleasure you are right on trend

What not to do at the office Christmas party

Let your hair down....just don't forget it's a work function

David Attenborough on facing his mortality

Sir David Attenborough in a scene from the TV special The Death of the Oceans.

Life without Sir David Attenborough is hard to imagine

Goooodbye Hamish and Andy (from our radios)

Hamish and Andy

The pair have been on air since 2006

Saying "I do" changed Shia's outlook on marriage

Shia LaBeouf has a new outlook on marriage since he tied the knot.

Chinese locked out of Australian property market

The rules are different if you're a foreigner

The buyer was from China - the trouble started right there

Morrison signs off on new affordable rental model

Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison speaks during a press conference after a meeting of the Council of Federal Financial Relations at Parliament House in Canberra, Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.

Scott Morrison signed off on development of a new financing model

Evicted from their own land: red tape tangles up family's plans

HOME WOES: Carl Murray says his family was evicted from their own property.

Owning their own land wasn't the biggest hurdle for this family

Coast high-flyer's fight back from bankruptcy, $72m debt

Scott Juniper went from millionaire developer to declaring bankruptcy in2012, now he is back on top of his game again with new developments including this one in Coolum.

'Apocalyptic lending storm' causes financial collapse.

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$20,000 if you can give someone a job in regional Qld

In outback Queensland, youth unemployment has topped 33%

$512 million motorway upgrade creates 1300 jobs

Traffic congestion is an issue at the intersection of Wembley Road and the Logan Motorway.

$512 million project gets the green light from State Government

Why no one over 50 can land a job

It's becoming increasingly hard for those over 50 to land a job

Labour market woes continue with slack movement in jobs

The employment market is still a source of disappointment

Old coal conveyor creates jobs at Hay Point

The $31M project will decommission and remove the old 1970 coal conveyor and trestle at the Hay Point Coal Terminal.

Original Hay Point trestle and conveyor to be dismantled

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Mercedes-Benz C300 Cabrio road test and review

GOING TOPLESS: Experiencing the $100,000 Mercedes-Benz C300 Cabrio with a heat-filled and quiet cabin good enough to enjoy in year-round temperatures.

Dropping the lid on Mercedes-Benz's superb C-Class

Stunning Jaguar XKSS continuation specials arrive

RICH MAN'S PLAYTHING: $1.7million XKSS continuation specials are brand new creations by Jaguar Classic, and are road-going versions of the stunning Le Mans-winning D-Types.

"New original" Jaguar XKSS based on 1957 originals

Chinese LDV to enter the dual-cab ute market

CHINESE BUILT: LDV T60 expected compete in the sub-$30k dual cab ute market, and will arrive boasting decent specification.

Chinese utes coming to Australia in second half of 2017

Lexus IS 2017 range road test and review

LUXURIOUS DETAIL: The features list grows with the IS's mid-life update, and prices now start from $59,340 for the 200t Luxury.

Mid-life update for Lexus' luxurysmall sedan

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