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Sat 25 May 2019

Charity afternoon tea fulfils a daughter's final promise

premium_icon Charity afternoon tea fulfils a daughter's final promise

A WARWICK mother taught her family to do whatever they can to help others. After her passing, they're stepping up to do just that.

Who can say no to a dying wish?

premium_icon Who can say no to a dying wish?

LOVE your Sister found Samuel Johnson tells Scots PGC College how they can save a life.

Fri 24 May 2019

Minister makes de-amalgamation decision

premium_icon Minister makes de-amalgamation decision

A VERDICT has been delivered on whether the proposal will be taken to the next step.

Kids treated to old-school entertainment

premium_icon Kids treated to old-school entertainment

HUNDREDS of Warwick school kids ditched class and made Kings Theatre their playground for the day.

Undercover cop busts Warwick man grooming child

premium_icon Undercover cop busts Warwick man grooming child

HE PLEADED guilty to sending sexual videos and messages over Facebook to what he thought was a 14-year-old girl.

11 awesome things to do around Warwick this weekend

premium_icon 11 awesome things to do around Warwick this weekend

COMEDY, sport, art and clothes swapping...there's heaps on for the whole family!

Thu 23 May 2019

Vegan protesters fined over abattoir standoff

premium_icon Vegan protesters fined over abattoir standoff

VEGAN protesters who stormed a southeast Queensland abattoir, chained themselves to fixtures and took three sheep have been fined by a Brisbane court.

Man's thumb partially severed at sawmill

Man's thumb partially severed at sawmill

A MAN in his 60s was flown to hospital after his thumb was partially severed by machinery at the sawmill at Killarney.

Small town takes crown of region's most water wise

premium_icon Small town takes crown of region's most water wise

IT WAS Yangan leading the way but now another little community is showing the rest of us how it is done.

Revving up for women in motorsports

premium_icon Revving up for women in motorsports

SHE had always dreamed about a career in the fast lane but there was always one voice holding her back.

Band to rock out for brave little battler

premium_icon Band to rock out for brave little battler

WHEN musician Luke Costello heard about Grayson's fight for life, he knew he had to help.

Murder accused takes witness stand at Toowoomba trial

premium_icon Murder accused takes witness stand at Toowoomba trial

ACCUSED killer Robert Ian Trebeck has taken the witness stand at his Toowoomba murder trial to tell of his movements the night Alexis Jeffery died.

Wed 22 May 2019

Drivers warned after man injured in level crossing crash

Drivers warned after man injured in level crossing crash

A TRUCK driver suffered head and facial injuries when his truck collided with a train just outside Warwick on Wednesday afternoon.

Killarney park set to become a medieval battlefield

premium_icon Killarney park set to become a medieval battlefield

KNIGHTS ready their garb to ride into the region this weekend.

Family reunion and far-flung visitors at the sale

premium_icon Family reunion and far-flung visitors at the sale

PIG and Calf proves to be an enticing stop-off for visitors who are careful not to look too out of place.

Truck and train collide near Warwick

Truck and train collide near Warwick

EMERGENCY services remain at the scene.

Four charged after raids uncover drug stash

Four charged after raids uncover drug stash

POLICE units join forces to find syringes, drugs and other utensils.

Sisters in their sixties laughed at the thought of running

premium_icon Sisters in their sixties laughed at the thought of running

BUT now they're completing all five legs of the Pentath-run within years of pulling on the sneakers.

The unthinkable tragedy a Warwick man will never forget

The unthinkable tragedy a Warwick man will never forget

THE baby was in the dirt, hastily covered with branches and abandoned with the placenta still attached.

Warwick students taught how to save Mum's life

premium_icon Warwick students taught how to save Mum's life

SAMUEL Johnson is ready to bring his cancer-fighting campaign to town and share a cheeky message that's saved dozens of lives.

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