The hottest bus in Warwick

BEAUTY: Nathan Tester (left) stands beside The Silver Fox, the brainchild of Graeme Collins (right), which hit the streets for Jumpers and Jazz.

There's one vehicle that has everybody talking

Bonfire lights up the night

Fire dancers and drummers set an electric mood at Killarney on Saturday night.

GALLERY: Pictures from Killarney's big night of fire and fun.

Foundations laid for fishing icon

LARGE SCALE: Killarney artist Paul Stumkat (second from right) is helping members of the Warwick and District Recreational Fish Stocking Association Bob Reid, Roger Martin and Ed Kemp place a statue of a murray cod pair at Federation Park.

Base stone placed for murray cod statue in Warwick






What's on today at Jumpers and Jazz: Monday

Watch a mural take shape live at Warwick Art Gallery and take a trip down memory lane

In it for the passion

Open Artistic winner Suzanne Bauer was thrilled to be recognised for her hard work.

Passion, not glory, behind Jumpers and Jazz win.

Tree Jumper exhibition winners announced

'Fast' Ed Halmagyi and Tara Dennis from Better Homes and Gardens were on hand for the award presentation.

Find out who took home awards for the Tree Jumper exhibition.

Frosty morning set to clear

Another morning of frost for the Rose City.

Temperatures plummet again with winter setting in.

What's on at Jumpers and Jazz today: Saturday

BUSY: Go on a guided tour of the tree jumpers or catch some jazz at the gallery today.

Listen to jazz at an outdoor lounge or go on a tree jumper tour

Rose City draws awarded artist

ARTISTIC STREAK: Margaret Goldsmith is among the artists exhibiting at art@st.mark's.

Rose City draws awarded artist

Potters in a spin over soup night

FIRED UP: Ray Tainton created 413 bowls for the Hot Pots Soup Night.

About 450 bowls have been made for the popular festival event

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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Why crowds are loving Happy Kanye at Splendour

THE interactive and popular piece was designed by Barcelona-based artistic collective Hungry Castle.

Amber Heard, Elon Musk among Splendour celebs

Bernard Fanning plays the main stage at Splendour in the Grass 2017 on day 2.

DAY TWO of Splendour in the Grass was the day of celebrities.

Poet delights the crowd at early morning breakfast

Joseph Marstella, Trevor Moore, poet Marco Gliori and Caitlyn Marstella at the Welcome to Warwick Poet's Breakfast at the Warwick RSL.

Some stories of the past brought back at poet's breakfast

Jumpers and Jazz brings Warwick to life

RAD: Lisa Burgess inside her labour of love - a yarn-bombed Kombi called Spike.

Get a snapshot of this year's quirky festival

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

That's a knife: Warwick woman's tale of survival

THAT'S A KNIFE: Janet Walker does her best Crocodile Dundee impression.

Janet Walker does a pretty mean Paul Hogan impersonation

Vietnamese cuisine wait is over

NEW BEGINNING: Honey Hope Kim, Bless Kim, Holy Ko, Paul Kim and Heidi Adams of the Vit Wrap and Roll team.

Rose City Shoppingworld's newest addition unveiled to the public.

Quest for lower electricity prices on Southern Downs

FIGHTING BACK: Jennifer Brownie is trying to save small businesses from rising electricity costs.

State-wide quest to stop rising electricity prices needs your help

Seniors stun in swimsuits at Grandbikini

MOVE over Miss Universe – it’s time for the world’s greatest swimsuit competition: the Grandbikini.

Aussie women reveal their handbag horror stories

The things you find in women's handbags.

A dead lizard, bird poo and potato peels among horror stories.

More parents using photographer to capture baby’s birth

Amanda and Jarrd Schenk, moments after Chloe was born.

Amanda Schenk wanted a photographer by her side during birth

Picky eater? You could get someone killed

Chef Patrick Friesen has vented on Instagram about diners claiming to have various allergies.

Picky eaters are a danger to people with potentially fatal allergies

What's a chillybin? A guide to understanding the Kiwis

I have a devilish time understanding a word Kiwis say.

LINGERIE SHOW: Gladstone models leave little to the imagination

The Australian Lingerie Model Search 2017 was held at the Young Australian Hotel on Saturday night.

Nine Gladstone women were confident on stage at the lingerie comp

Mini ninjas get into training

THEY mightn’t be old enough to enter the show, but kids as young as 12 are already dreaming of becoming Ninja Warriors. Here’s where they’re training.

Families that game together, stay together?

Gaming is becoming an increasingly popular opportunity for family bonding, according to new studies.

More parents, grandparents turn to gaming to connect with kids

Michael Phelps just raced a shark

Sharks have been snapped surrounding the carcass of a whale off the coast of Fraser Island.

Swimming legend loses by a fin in man versus beast battle

REVIEW: The Bodyguard musical is a great night out

Kip Gamblin and Paulini in a scene from the musical The Bodyguard.

PAULINI tackles Whitney Houston's powerhouse songs flawlessly.

'We’re goin' to Bonnie Doon!' and now you can too

How's the serenity?

The experience will have you exclaiming “how’s the serenity?”

New life for Bree and historic Oddfellows Hall

TWO CHANGES: Bree Dahl with her new baby Ivy in front of the historic Oddfellows Hall she purchased at auction and will renovate into a house.

Historic hall to be turned into home

Financial scandal destroys alternative community

Families who gave thousands to be a part of an alternative community at Mt Burrell, west of Murwillumbah, are now trying to recover their investment. Picture: Jamie Hanson

Dream Utopia turns into a nightmare

Mum buys $900,000 apartment for her 8-year-old son

Tania Katsanis beat another couple of homeowners to secure the winning bid.

The apartment was a 'bargain' as the property market bottoms out

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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Surfer Sally Fitzgibbons loves to Disco in her Land Rover

Pro-surfer Sally Fitzgibbon and her Land Rover.

Check out surfer Sally Fitzgibbons' sleek ride.

Road test: Maserati's GranTurismo and GranCabrio senior citizens

The 2017 Maserati GranCabrio.

We drive the facelifted Maserati GranTurismo and GranCabrio.

Are you guilty of these 10 bad driving habits?

Do you suffer from these bad driving habits?

Comparision test: Hyundai i30, VW Golf and Holden Astra

We undertake a three-way vehicle comparison between 2017 Volkswagen Golf 110 TSI, Holden Astra R plus and Hyundai i30 Active.

Comparison test between Hyundai i30, VW Golf and Holden Astra.

Can diesel's reputation recover from VW saga?

Continental's clean diesel Golf.

The Dieselgate stink has left oil-burners on the nose.

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