A tree change for Warwick caravan park owners

AFTER 14 years as the first faces tourists saw when they pulled up their caravans in Warwick, Terry and Vicki Bennett are calling it a day.

Warwick teenager jailed for acting as a 'lookout'

8.30AM: The Ethical Standards Command, overseen by the Crime and Corruption Commission, launches and investigation into the fatal shooting.

A man is behind bars after helping his friend break into a house.

Clifton wine a taste of what's to come

John Briffa at his winery in Clifton.

A Clifton farmer is unable to keep up with demand for his red wine

Junior judges out in force

Natasha Dau is training to be a small animal judge.

A local show is nurturing young judging talent

Volunteers team up for good cause

DOUBLE DONATION: Volunteer Jonno Felton with Lions Club president Con Lo Giudice and fellow volunteers Dianne Meade and Jimmy O'Leary.

Two worthy causes have been shown equal love

Cleaner who spied on showering nurses walks from court

The man said he 'filmed bludgers' not showering nurses.

A Stanthorpe said he was 'filming bludgers' not showering nurses.

BREAKING: Wanted child sex accused arrested in Maryvale

Warwick police station and courthouse.

He is expected to remain in custody overnight.

REVEALED: The Warwick school with the best OP scores

Scots PGC had the second most graduate with OPs between one and five, with six of their students in the highest band.

A WARWICK highschool has helped more students achieve better OPs.

Elite rams on offer at Inglewood auction

TOP FLOCK: A range of breeds of high quality rams will be on offer at the Inglewood Showgrounds this Friday.

Strong offerings from from regional stud breeders

Young stockmen bring home the ribbons

YOUNG CATTLEMAN: Riley Bacon was a bit of a star at the Allora Show.

KIDS were the word at Allora Show over the weekend.

En route to cheap travel

LET'S FLY: Lisa Noye, Mindi Devine, Tilley Leach, Kate Santo and Jenelle Matthews are all excited about Saturday's in-house travel expo.

Getaway deals on offer at expo.

Saleyard expansion only under discussion

Les Fraser operates the safe crowding yars at the Warwick Saleyards.



Photo Emma Boughen / The Bush Telegraph

Council insists no "solid plans” to expand the Warwick Saleyards.

5 things Warwick needs

The Big Banana water park is popular with all ages for splashy summer fun.

We all know what the people of Warwick want for our city

Grab your morning milk from the local butcher

DAILY ESSENTIALS: Richard Sims and butcher Michael Brickley.

Lyons St Butchery adds to its range.

Laying down the teamwork

FUN TIMES: Andersens Warwick team members Jay Roberts, Jodie Brown and Scott Ellis.

Meet some of the team at Andersens Warwick

Drought disaster: "We're in serious trouble now”

Run out of water and losing crops - Mark, Col and Bill Ward, of Bilcormack Enterprises, rely on the rapidly dwindling supply of dam water, to irrigate their small crops.

The Ward family is reaching out for help from the community.

Video: how to do it right

KEEP IT NATURAL: Where possible have yourself and/or key employees speak directly to camera.

Video: how to do it right

Aged care nightmare: man's scrotum 'left bleeding'

TriCare Bundaberg Aged Care Residence.

"I'LL never forget that day...and I will never forgive.”

Popular island resort sells to loaded international investor

OUR PICK: Chris Foey's colourful shot of one of Gladstone's great tourism hot spots, Heron Island.

International investor snaps up piece of Gladstone paradise.

The cars left out of Australia's Best Cars awards

The Mazda6 Touring was named Best Medium Car under $50,000 in Australia's Best Cars awards.

All the winners from 16 categories in the 2016 Australia's Best Cars

COMMENT: Face it! Some men will always beat their wife

NO AMOUNT of legislation, no matter how sincere, will stop relationship violence.

'Every time I think of this stupid father I feel sick'

Baby Paige

Letter: Why didn't the grandmother speak up for little Paige?

LETTER: Malcolm Turnbull must take stand on Trump

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Silence offers tacit approval to US's policy on immigrants, refugees

Bring back free milk at schools

drinking milk

As a kid in the '50s we were given a pint a day.

OPINION: Are smart phones killing conversation?

Seeing people looking at their phone, not conversing, is depressing

OP scores tables: Why teachers, authorities hate them

How should we judge which are our best schools?

Schools, of course, cannot be merely judged on OP results

QLD must embrace coal or face blackouts, simple

coal generic mine mining Hay Point stacker retriever

Alternative energy sources such as solar power will replace coal

How a teen who stole $45,000 ended up with $11

Money.

Thief jailed for taking thousands from Ipswich employer

VIDEO: Instructor has a harsh lesson for honking drivers

HARD LESSON: Pro Driver owner David Cullen is encouraging drivers to be patient.

Why honking at learner drivers isn't helping anybody

Missing Qld family found safe and well

Scott Willmott and his three children.

A Qld man and three children have been found safe and well

Victim of ugly racial attack has the most beautiful response

Paul Aleer posted to social media about being racially abused while shopping in Toowoomba, Monday, February 20, 2017.

'In my decade and a half here I've never experienced racism'

Man offers Gladstone teen cash for photos in creepy call

DODGY: This 15-year-old Gladstone girl was offered a modelling photoshoot job by a man who called on an unknown number, and wouldn't even give his name.

Man desperate for photos from this Gladstone teen offers thousands.

‘I didn’t stuff it up like you have’: Plibersek on Q&A

“I didn’t stuff it up the way you have stuffed it up, George”: Tanya Plibersek.

Plibersek lashed out at Brandis to plenty of applause

Shorten's national caucus for Australia's first people

QUICK VISIT: Federal member for Oxley Milton Dick hosted Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hymba Yumba Community Hub in Springfield where they met with indigenous students and announced plans to form a national caucus aimed at increasing representation, voter enrolment and party representation among Australia's first people.

Opposition leader visits students at Hymba Yumba

A skill in matching a govie to the right property

Bibil Station governess Jessica Dodwell with her students Wyatt and Madison Hall.

Young govie Jess settles into the station lifestyle with ease.

Crowds over the moon at launch

The SpaceX Falcon rocket launches from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida carrying a load of supplies for the International Space Station.

2.5 tonnes of supplies head to the International Space Station

Building a better picture for agriculture

The Lego farmer checks the rain gauge after heavy falls.

Lego farm sparks a positive agriculture conversation.

TC Alfred forms in Gulf of Carpentaria

TC Alfred has formed offshore in the Gulf of Carpentaria

Rolf Harris says prison is 'slowly killing' him

Rolf Harris believes he’ll be dead within a year as a retrial threatens another six years behind bars. Picture: AFP

Jailed paedophile says he will be dead within a year

Nasa to reveal 'discovery beyond our solar system'

An artist's impression shows what HD 219134b could look like NASA/JPL-Caltech

Event will see the revelation of major information about exoplanets

How Trump gets away with saying what he says

President Donald Trump announces that Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster will be his new national security adviser during a statement from Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., Monday, Feb. 20, 2017. Retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg will be McMaster's Chief of Staff.

Trump's popularity could actually stem from an ancient trick

250kg woman 'moulded to her chair'

Residents had no idea one of their neighbours was living in squalor until emergency vehicles arrived to rescue her. This sofabed is pictured ouside her Ohio home. Picture: WKRN

A lady’s skin was moulded to her chair after she became stuck

Fish measure up for bub after family reels 'em in

Kullen Fuchs measuring his family's catch.

Family of fisherman lands nannygai gold

'Sweet deal' fire sale as Coast candy store closes

Candy Addictions of Montville is re-locating to Hastings Street, Noosa, in April.

This iconic handmade sweets shop has a huge departing gift

MELON FEST: Not just for Chinchilla locals anymore

Melon skiing at the 2017 Chinchilla Melon Festival on Saturday.

Chinchilla's Melon Festival is no longer just about the residents

Warwick Show has two major night sessions for 150th

Brendan Malone and son Joshua meet a lamb at the 2016 Warwick Show

Major planning in place for massive 150th anniversary show

New suburb in the crosshairs of Coast vandals

UNDER WRAPS: Graffiti on art installations at the entrance to the newly opened Bells Creek Arterial Road has been covered up.

Vandal rechristens Stockland as something less than complimentary

Sad surprise when one unwitting offence leads to another

UNPLEASANT SURPRISE: A man received an extra unpleasant surprise when pulled up by police with an expired licence. He also found that the licence offence put him over the drink driving limit, even though he was below 0.05%

Man finds his licence expired, and that puts him over the limit

Small screen users make switch to smaller screens

THE screen time tides have turned after research has found children now spend more time online than watching TV.

Nadia visits Coast to escape Married At First Sight drama

Married At First Sight's Nadia Stamp takes a breather from the show's drama at Mooloolaba.

MAFS bride unwinds on the Coast ahead of commitment ceremony

MKR cheating scandal: Alyse and Matt hit back

Matt Jenner shows his MKR rivals the curry paste he and Alyse used.

Alyse and Matt Jenner have hit back at claims they cheated on MKR

The spare part that forced the ABC off air

Aunty's showing her age ahead during new IT roll out

Why ABC Coast FM has taken so long to resume local programming

MKR rocked by satay sauce cheating scandal

Alyse and Matt slammed for satay sauce fiasco.

'Nasty' Married At First Sight groom ripped apart on TV

Anthony gets torn down during the Married At First Sight commitment ceremony.

MAFS groom Anthony faces the music after fiery dinner party.

MOVIE REVIEW: Matt Damon's The Great Wall gets lost

Matt Damon fails in a scene from the movie The Great Wall.

Did The Great Wall get lost in translation?