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Tue 16 Oct 2018

Glamour at the track

Glamour at the track

There's no denying it - fashion is as much a part of race day as a jockey and their horse.

Mon 15 Oct 2018

Angry and Tatts to hit our stages

Angry and Tatts to hit our stages

Forty-three years ago a fresh-faced band, inspired by the Stones, hit the stage in Sydney and soon went on to become one of Aussie rock's most iconic acts.

Saddle up for Pony Club come and try day

Saddle up for Pony Club come and try day

Ever wanted to learn to ride but didn't know where to start? Pony Club's Come and Try day is the perfect starting point.

A rainbow of lanterns for her late mother

A rainbow of lanterns for her late mother

Light the Night returns to Stanthorpe this weekend

Person taken to hospital after scooter crash

Person taken to hospital after scooter crash

PARAMEDICS rush to the scene near the Granite Belt Maze.

Students lend hand for bumper under 8s day

Students lend hand for bumper under 8s day

Year 10 students have again provided valuable support to the Granite Belt state primary school teachers at Under 8s day in Weeroona Park.

'We need Emu Swamp Dam'

'We need Emu Swamp Dam'

Rain isn't enough water security for these farmers

Sun 14 Oct 2018

Wettest October in 15 years for Qld town

Wettest October in 15 years for Qld town

DALBY has recorded its wettest October in 15 years as the rainy weather continues with another 45mm expected for some areas of the southeast.

Race to be Oz's top Spartan

Race to be Oz's top Spartan

Four years ago he set himself a goal of landing on a Spartan podium - fast forward and Adrian Jannenga has achieved that on three separate instances in 2018.

Aspiring leaders seeking support

Aspiring leaders seeking support

The school's leadership program has started, with Year 5 students completing their senior leader applications.

Students take home art show prizes

Students take home art show prizes

Several Greenlands students have received awards at the recent Crisps Youth Art Prize held at the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery.

Pollie's son to war luminary

Pollie's son to war luminary

Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Arthur Lee, the son of a long-serving New South Wales politician, fought in both the Boer War and World War I.

Sat 13 Oct 2018

Grand library plan not for us

Grand library plan not for us

A presentation about Ipswich libraries has impressed residents, but they don't believe it's suitable for our library.

Big bopper the hero of colour run

Big bopper the hero of colour run

The annual St Joseph's School Colour Fun Run was held in the last week of school and was well worth the wait.

Dinner with a difference caters to vegetable lovers

Dinner with a difference caters to vegetable lovers

The dinner will help raise funds for drought-stricken Aussie farmers

OPINION: Gardens idea taking root

OPINION: Gardens idea taking root

Build it and they will come - or so Kevin Costner believed in the movie Field of Dreams.

Braeside takes out top prize

Braeside takes out top prize

Local business Braeside Quarries has outshone 12 other national entrants, including prominent publicly listed companies, to win a prestigious award.

Gates open to strawberry season

Gates open to strawberry season

It's sweet pickings this week, as strawberry season opens on the Granite Belt. As of yesterday, the public has been invited to visit on-farm to pick their own.

Fri 12 Oct 2018

Chilly and wet weather ahead

Chilly and wet weather ahead

The Granite Belt can expect showers to continue throughout the weekend

What's on in the Granite Belt this weekend

What's on in the Granite Belt this weekend

There's plenty to do this weekend in and around Stanthorpe

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