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Fri 16 Nov 2018

State’s most polluted suburbs named

premium_icon State’s most polluted suburbs named

A Queensland city has been given the dubious title of Australia’s most polluted place, with emissions more than double those of any other place in the state.

NIGHT OF NIGHTS: WSHS students dress to impress at formal

premium_icon NIGHT OF NIGHTS: WSHS students dress to impress at formal

CHECK out all the photos of the glitz and glamour as Year 12 students gather to celebrate.

Warwick psychologist says rural men underachieving at school

premium_icon Warwick psychologist says rural men underachieving at school

A LACK opportunities is costing some young boys, a Warwick expert said in a talk for International Men's Day today.

19 children dead, two more critical. When will this end?

premium_icon 19 children dead, two more critical. When will this end?

Nineteen children have died as a result of murder or manslaughter in 2018. Journalist SHERELE MOODY asks what will it take to end these deaths?

BOM says storms are coming despite the dry weather

BOM says storms are coming despite the dry weather

UP TO six serious storm events have been factored in for the Warwick region for the next two months.

Crews called to two grass fires within a few hours

Crews called to two grass fires within a few hours

FIREFIGHTERS work quickly to bring two vegetation fires under control.

Student's phenomenal work to stamp out suicide

premium_icon Student's phenomenal work to stamp out suicide

A WARWICK teenager has turned his grief over two loved ones' suicide into a fashionable good cause.

Awesome events on around Warwick this weekend

premium_icon Awesome events on around Warwick this weekend

GO TO a beautiful open garden, help raise money for drought or head along to the other fun things happening around town.

Queensland’s shocking jobs figures

premium_icon Queensland’s shocking jobs figures

It’s the title we don’t want — Queensland has become the country’s jobless capital. Worst still, the state’s dip is in contrast to national figures.

Thu 15 Nov 2018

PUB ROCK: Live music on the rise with new Warwick band

premium_icon PUB ROCK: Live music on the rise with new Warwick band

CHANCE brought these five talented musos together and now they are 'on track' to shake up Warwick's music scene in a big way.

Teen cautioned after crashing into ditch in Warwick

Teen cautioned after crashing into ditch in Warwick

POLICE were called to the crash on a Warwick street this afternoon.

Meet the new face taking on top job for our quirky festival

premium_icon Meet the new face taking on top job for our quirky festival

SHE'S been the CEO of national organisations and hails from England, now she's rapt to take part in our huge woolly event.

GALLERY: Motorbikes, mates and magic at Morgan Park

premium_icon GALLERY: Motorbikes, mates and magic at Morgan Park

SEE who was out and about at the Southern Downs Road Race Series.

WARNING: How to stop fur babies stressing in storms

premium_icon WARNING: How to stop fur babies stressing in storms

Furry family members can freak out and injure themselves when the thunder starts. Here are a few tips to help reduce their anxiety.

CRIME WRAP: Have you seen hoons?

CRIME WRAP: Have you seen hoons?

POLICE hunt for info about a stolen bike and two men are set to face drugs charges.

Man seriously injured in crash outside Warwick

Man seriously injured in crash outside Warwick

TWO men transported to Warwick Hospital after a two-vehicle crash.

Heat waves and bushfires as season heats up

Heat waves and bushfires as season heats up

THE Bureau of Meteorology is warning of 'drier and warmer' summer weather for the Darling Downs, with drought conditions set to continue.

Pregnant mothers and babies at risk with disease on the rise

premium_icon Pregnant mothers and babies at risk with disease on the rise

SIXTY-TWO pregnant mothers on the Southern Downs are currently battling a risky illness that research shows is on the rise.

Are you brave enough to climb a power pole after a storm?

premium_icon Are you brave enough to climb a power pole after a storm?

NEXT time a storm cuts the power and you're sitting in the dark, spare a thought for the linesmen who brave dangerous weather to restore your electricity.

Fears new speed humps could cause more harm than good

premium_icon Fears new speed humps could cause more harm than good

FATAL traffic crash sparks controversial instalment in Warwick CBD but some fear confusion could put pedestrians at risk.

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