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Tue 22 May 2018

Showground markets promise to entertain

Showground markets promise to entertain

The showground markets will be selling a large variety of items this Sunday

Sides can't be split in impressive Ladies tie

Sides can't be split in impressive Ladies tie

Despite a few struggles in recent weeks, Carlton's Fillies turned on a stellar performance to clean up in their game.

Inter men keep City scoreless

Inter men keep City scoreless

City hosted Inter Club at CF White on Saturday with Fillies kick-starting the day's action.

Clean sweep of wins for commanding home side

Clean sweep of wins for commanding home side

Ballandean's Fillies' form continued as they romped home to a 7-2 win against Tenterfield at the weekend.

Pen to paper on 'friendship'

Pen to paper on 'friendship'

Our French bonds have never been greater following a successful visit from a local Amiens delegation.

National praise up for grabs

National praise up for grabs

Local businesses and events sought for Queensland Tourism Awards.

Lack of greeting signs is unwelcome news

Lack of greeting signs is unwelcome news

The Granite Belt is a thriving tourist destination yet, for nearly 12 months, there's been no sign to greet people to the area.

Salvos to hit streets for charity doorknock

Salvos to hit streets for charity doorknock

The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal is on again this Sunday, May 27, as they attempt to bridge the welfare gap.

Future athletes get set for new season

Future athletes get set for new season

Exciting times are ahead for Granite Belt children, with news Little Athletics will be returning to the region for springtime.

ON THE DOLE: More people stuck in cycle of dependence

ON THE DOLE: More people stuck in cycle of dependence

MORE of our citizens are spending their lives on welfare - let them tell you why.

Mon 21 May 2018

GALLERY: Smiles and superheroes at Warwick Pentath Run

GALLERY: Smiles and superheroes at Warwick Pentath Run

PUFFING, panting and proud as punch, hundreds of runners crossed the finish line of the Warwick Pentath Run.

BULKING UP: New depot swoops in to Southern Downs centre

BULKING UP: New depot swoops in to Southern Downs centre

NEW player oiling up for slick entry into strategic location just days after last Southern Downs depot closed its doors.

Paramedics issue plea for zero tolerance on abuse

Paramedics issue plea for zero tolerance on abuse

Emergency service personnel have issued a plea to communities across the country - there's no excuse for abuse.

Gremlins climb ladder

Gremlins climb ladder

In perfect weather conditions the Stanthorpe Gremlins strung together a dominant performance on home turf on Saturday.

Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is

Trading the streets of the Gold Coast for the comforts of Stanthorpe - charming muso Mitch King is quickly seeing his star rise on a national front.

Long-running art prize putting artists on map

Long-running art prize putting artists on map

THE famed Stanthorpe Art Prize would not be the prestigious national award and homage to art in regional Australia it is without the support of the community.

Stanthorpe still the coldest in Queensland

Stanthorpe still the coldest in Queensland

As many parts of Queensland plumet into sub-zero temperatures Stanthorpe still remains the coldest town in the state.

Truckie's shock as man walks over, disengages brakes

Truckie's shock as man walks over, disengages brakes

MANY in grave danger after young man interfered with a huge road train on the Cunningham Highway today.

Warwick shivers through below zero temperatures

Warwick shivers through below zero temperatures

MERCURY plummets to -1.9 degrees as frost starts appearing around the region.

Light the Night prepares fourth annual local fundraiser

Light the Night prepares fourth annual local fundraiser

Different coloured lanterns displayed at the fundraiser will hold a different special meaning.

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