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Thu 23 May 2019

Boars edge out Gremlins in a nail-biter

Boars edge out Gremlins in a nail-biter

While Goondiwindi and the Gremlins enjoyed a shared advantage on the scoreboard throughout the Round 7 clash, it all came down to a nail-biting finish.

Thunder women get taste of victory

Thunder women get taste of victory

The Tenterfield ladies found form on Saturday after a physical tussle.

'Fast and furious' men's tussle

'Fast and furious' men's tussle

Inter's young Fillies side put on a dazzling display to dismantle their opposition in comfortable fashion.

Residents heed water warnings

Residents heed water warnings

Now sitting at around 30 per cent, Granite Belt residents are seemingly savouring what little water supply is left in Storm King Dam.

Men's tie keeps spectators on their toes

Men's tie keeps spectators on their toes

The top-of- the-table clash between City and United in Junior Colts was a very close encounter, with United scoring early.

Warm up with wine, music and history

Warm up with wine, music and history

Lazy Sunday Arvo event on every second Sunday offers music and Queensland history along with food and wine.

Emotional day for junior Gremlins

Emotional day for junior Gremlins

The Junior Gremlins kicked off round three at Sullivan Oval on Saturday in an emotional day for the Gremlins family, honouring life member Peter Shatte.

Club homing in on positives

Club homing in on positives

A group of representative teams travelled to the Lockyer Valley at the weekend for a carnival made up of the region's top players.

GB artists offer a trail through art

GB artists offer a trail through art

Venues including wineries, a church and a jam factory offer hands-on experiences of art set over two weekends in October.

New venture saddles up

New venture saddles up

Once a stockman in the furthest reaches of the state, Trevor Able would work 14 hour days before he'd get any time to work on his real passion.

Happy workers put a smile on bosses' faces

Happy workers put a smile on bosses' faces

Eight recipients received awards at a special ceremony held on Monday night at Queensland College of Wine Tourism.

More changes in the top ranks for council

More changes in the top ranks for council

The merry-go-round in the top echelons of Southern Downs Regional Council has continued with a shock resignation.

Seniors open virtual door

Seniors open virtual door

With a tutor to assist, seniors can enjoy travelling to the past or do things they've always dreamed about.

Wed 22 May 2019

Round and round we go: No end date for project

Round and round we go: No end date for project

Works on the roundabout at the southern end of Stanthorpe will go into an 11th month with no completion date yet confirmed.

Strangebirds to take over Parliament

Strangebirds to take over Parliament

A knock on the door and gentle twist of the arm of the powers that be at Parliament House has landed Granite Belt wineries with a unique showcase opportunity.

Owners urged to be more vigilant

Owners urged to be more vigilant

Residents are being urged to be more pet cautious with more than 100 animals impounded in Stanthorpe so far this year.

Tue 21 May 2019

TRIBUTE: 'Rest mate, the work is done'

TRIBUTE: 'Rest mate, the work is done'

Michael Neil Boucher, a proud lifetime resident of the Granite Belt district and a dedicated, hard-working member of the community.

Glenisa to 'keep on keeping on'

Glenisa to 'keep on keeping on'

Despite a drop in sales, Glenisa Angus' Ced Wise said they did better than they anticipated at Friday's annual bull sale in Glen Aplin.

Up for the challenge

Up for the challenge

Stanthorpe was well represented in Warwick over the weekend as the town held its annual Warwick Pentathrun.

Volunteers set to come knocking this weekend

Volunteers set to come knocking this weekend

The Granite Belt community is being urged to step to the fore and support those worse off.

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