Lions lend CDS a helping hand

Stanthorpe's vulnerable will have an extra helping hand after CDS received a funding boost from the Lions club

Diverse artwork showcased at Pottery Club

BUSY OPENING: Potter Albert Verschuuren and artist Laurie Astill display a collection of their art at the Stanthorpe Pottery Club.

Local art and pottery on display at the Stanthorpe Pottery Club

Homeless for a night

SLEEPING ROUGH: The IGA team (from left) Kimberley Jenkinson, Leo Sirianni, acting Ipswich mayor Paul Tully, Terry Slaughter, Rosa Sirianni, Frank Spano, Frances Slaughter and IGA state manager Richard Hinson.

The Queensland IGA team raised $40,414 for charity at CEO Sleepout

Frosts, showers, thunderstorms: the week ahead

Winter's frosty fingers are tightening their grip on Warwick.

THE Downs is in for a week with a bit of everything weather-wise.

Man injured in second motorcycle crash

TRANSPORTED: A man has been taken to Stanthorpe Hospital after a trail bike crash.

A 21-year-old man has been transported to Stanthorpe Hospital

Crowd fully supportive of Gremlins despite hard-fought loss

Club spokesman Paul Shatte said Nicolas Marsh was a very strong runner for the Stanthorpe Gremlin on Saturday.

On Saturday, the Stanthorpe Gremlins faced a strong Inglewood side.

Day three's a real treat at festival

COOL STUFF: Jordan and Marina Waterworth braved the cold before the fun run at Snowflakes in Stanthorpe last year.

There will be plenty to see and do on day three of Snowflakes

Council welcomes 'record high' tourism spend

Snowflakes in Stanthorpe will bring snow to the region next weekend.

The council has welcomed data showing tourism spending is up

Stars align for astronomical theatre

TIME FOR A LAUGH: Susan Prince and Daryl Heath in the astronomical show that is coming to Stanthorpe over the school holidays.

A free family show will be held in Stanthorpe next weekend

Top police officer dedication honoured

WELL DONE: Detective Senior Constable Michael Hauff was given the Detective's Appointment and Gold Badge by Southern Region Assistant Commissioner Tony Wright.

Ceremony celebrates service given by Southern Downs officers

Major German supermarket set to open in southeast Queensland

German supermarket giant Kaufland is understood to have approached southeast Queensland councils about a possible distribution centre, which would kickstart the establishment of new supermarkets.

Supermarket giant Kaufland has its eyes firmly on Queensland.

Facebook could secretly watch users through webcams, patent reveals

Facebook lodges patent to enable tracking of user's emotions

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.

Ocean views up for sale at Bargara Rise

LAND RELEASE: Rob Sergiacomi on site at the Bargara Rise development off Watsons Road Bargara.

More ocean-view land comes on the market at Bargara

How broadband cable to Coast is good for Australia

Cable direct to Coast would help to address a major national risk

VIDEO: Battle of the Silkstone bakeries heats up

BAKE OFF: Johnny and Julie Nguyen and Tuyet Huynh from the Hot Bread Bin are holding their ground despite strong competition.

National franchises and traditional family favourites go toe-to-toe

'They were savage': Victim describes harrowing assault

Jim Dodrill

Jim Dodrill and his elderly father were allegedly assaulted

Paul Pisasale: Who was the woman at Brisbane watch-house?

Dr Patricia Petersen dressed up for Australia Day

Who was the woman who met Pisasale outside the Brisbane watch-house

Young boy taken to hospital after he was hit by a car

Two Queensland Ambulance Service crews attended the incident on George St, Kingaroy on Monday afternoon.

The incident occurred on Monday afternoon.

Alleged drug king pin arrested after years on the run

Darren Rispen was arrested this morning after skipping bail in 2014.

Man accused of being one of Australia's biggest drug dealers

Crushed koala found in logged forest

A dead koala found in a logged forest in logged forest in the Acheron Valley in Victoria. Picture: 9News

Claims Victorian government ignored advice of scientific committee

‘Most wanted’ fugitive arrested hiding under child’s bed

Jayde Schackow, picture: Daily Telegraph

ONE of Australia’s ‘most wanted' found hiding under a child’s bed.

Great Barrier Reef: new report gives it a price tag

Clownfish on the Great Barrier Reef. Photo courtesy of TTNQ.

Reef supports more than 27,000 jobs, says new analysis

Schapelle Corby's Bali boyfriend 'lonely' now she's free

“I really hope we can see each other again in the future."

'All-in brawl' so fierce soccer match called off

HOME GAME: Warwick Wolves players (white) in a game at Queens Park. FILE PHOTO

All-in-brawl got so vicious soccer match was forced to be called off

RECALL: The supermarket glasses that break in your hands

A RANGE of drinking glasses sold across Australia are being recalled amid fears they may break "during normal use" and cut the hands of whoever is holding it.

They were pulled from shelves on May 25.

Miracle baby survives mother's horror death

Caleb Stirling, Daniel Stirling and Sarah Paino's son.

"I have some bad days where I just can’t stop thinking about her."

How 9/11 helped make Waleed Aly a household name

Waleed Aly and Susan Carland at the 2016 Logie Awards

“It feels like there was a script written for me,” he said.

Dad rode 2253 kilometres to hear dead daughter's heart beat

Abbey Conner, 20, died while holidaying in Cancun, Mexico.

Father cycled 2253 kilometres to hear his late daughter’s heart beat

WATCH: Speeding tank charges through the streets of Minsk

This is not how to react if you're late for a parade

Girl survives 7.5m fall from New York amusement ride

A teenage girl has survived a fall from an amusement ride in New York, after screaming for help as she dangled from a gondola.

A teenage girl has survived a fall from an amusement ride

Ipswich man plays poker with Terminator and Rambo

Former Ipswich resident Glenn Twiddle with Arnold Schwarzenegger.

HE GREW up in Bundamba and is now on the A-list

Kindergarten teacher moonlights as porn star

Teacher fired after refusing to quit her job as a porn star

Oxford University’s wildest student shindig

The Piers Gaveston ball is attended by Oxford University students and by some accounts is a hot bed of drugs and sex.

This isn't your usual university ball.

The bizarre life of a Parliament House makeup artist

Vicky Hayes is a Parliament House makeup artists. She sees our politicians at their most vulnerable.

She's seen seven prime ministers come and go

Ouch! Man’s $1700 bill for arguing parking fine

Nobody likes a parking ticket...

‘One of the most ludicrous films ever made’

THE fifth Transformers film has broken two records: Worst opening weekend at the US box office and most panned film in the franchise so far.

Transformers movie bombs to horror opening week

Optimus Prime in a scene from, "Transformers: The Last Knight."

Transformers 5 had the worst opening in the franchise’s history

Pixar weighs in on viral Toy Story theory

Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story.

DID Andy’s dad tragically die just before the story took place?

VIRAL VIDEO: Campaign to bring beloved nanny to Maryborough

** ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, OCT. 16 **FILE**This promotional photo provided by Disney Home Entertainment shows actors Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins and Dick Van Dyke as Bert in a scene from the 40th anniversary edition of the Disney DVD. P. L. Travers, author of the "Mary Poppins" books, approved of Andrews as Poppins but considered Van Dyke "all wrong" and objected to mixing animated characters with live actors. (AP Photo/Disney Home Entertainment)

Can we get Dame Julie Andrews to come to our festival?

King Judah through to The Voice grand final

Judah Kelly is through to the grand final of The Voice.

NOT even illness could stop the Laidley singer from performing.

The top 10 TV shows that need to end

Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright in a scene from season five of House of Cards.

It’s now time to cull some of our favourites