THE number of children with possible exposure to asbestos grows with contaminants detected in the grounds of a primary school.
HUNDREDS of children have potentially been exposed to poisonous materials as they ran, crashed and tackled during games and training.
With drought plaguing most of Queensland, Southern Downs Regional Council plans to use this month's general meeting to discuss how it can help.
AUSTRALIANS will finally be able to tune into next-generation television broadcasts later this year.
TAPS to run dry at a beloved Warwick watering hole.
RESIDENTS woke with shivers as temperatures dropped well below average on Monday morning.
THE cost of housing price pressure could be eased if new migrants were encouraged to settle in rural or regional centres, according to one former Prime Minister
This Ballandean resident has praised the work of the fire fighters who saved his home from burning down.
PRODUCERS from around the Southern Downs are leading the country in beef, with multiple wins in the nation's richest beef competition.
Crews back on scene this morning but firefighters are being praised for massive efforts with more than 60 vegetation fires throughout region over the weekend.
HE lives in what should be the heart of Queensland’s sheep country, but the state’s killer drought means the local butcher can’t find any to feed the locals.
SOUTHERN Downs clubs all win in TRL competition in week one of the finals.
UPDATE: Properties are no longer under threat from the large bushfire at Ballandean.
UPDATE: Ballandean properties no longer under threat
A BREWERY in the Southern Downs is doing its bit to help farmers in drought by donating kegs of its beer to pubs and venues across the region.
SPORTING clubs, historical societies and emergency services are among the recipients of significant grants through the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
GOFUNDME campaigns and corporate donations help farmers in the short term, but real change is required.
THERE’S a good reason “real” adulthood seems to be starting later and later. And it’s down to easy access to credit.
WITH some parts of the state without a drop of rain for years, Queenslanders are urged to dig deep and join the campaign to help battling farmers. Here's how.
WARWICK is set to host half a telethon for the Today Show to raise money for drought-affected farmers.