Regional News

Wed 29 May 2019

Driver killed in second truck fatality in 48 hours

Driver killed in second truck fatality in 48 hours

A SMALL community in Queensland's southwest is reeling with yet another fatal accident confirmed this afternoon.

Thu 23 May 2019

Man's thumb partially severed at sawmill

Man's thumb partially severed at sawmill

A MAN in his 60s was flown to hospital after his thumb was partially severed by machinery at the sawmill at Killarney.

Wed 22 May 2019

Truck and train collide near Warwick

Truck and train collide near Warwick

EMERGENCY services remain at the scene.

The unthinkable tragedy a Warwick man will never forget

The unthinkable tragedy a Warwick man will never forget

THE baby was in the dirt, hastily covered with branches and abandoned with the placenta still attached.

Tue 21 May 2019

How Winton has become the Outback Hollywood

How Winton has become the Outback Hollywood

WINTON in western Queensland, population 875 at the last Census, might seem a unlikely place for an international film festival.

Mon 20 May 2019

Charges for Ruby's theft

Charges for Ruby's theft

A Warwick man has been charged over an alleged dognapping offence that occurred last month.

Fri 17 May 2019

Incident at city hotel sparks police hunt, school lockdown

Incident at city hotel sparks police hunt, school lockdown

A NUMBER of Toowoomba schools are coming out of lockdown after an incident at the Gowrie Road Hotel this morning.

Gel blaster shooting at Stanthorpe State High School

Gel blaster shooting at Stanthorpe State High School

THREE men have been charged after allegedly shooting pellets at the school.

Thu 16 May 2019

Backpacker injured in highway crash

Backpacker injured in highway crash

POLICE say car she was travelling in pulled out in front of a truck this morning.

No shame in singing along...but I promise to be clothed

No shame in singing along...but I promise to be clothed

ANDREW Gale shares his long-time love for belting out a tune.

Tue 14 May 2019

Leaders’ TV spat fires up voters

Leaders’ TV spat fires up voters

Liberal and Labor leaders were caught in a barney on TV over the Budget and Clive Palmer, after fielding questions about Newstart.

Mon 13 May 2019

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 4 here

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 4 here

How Natasha Ryan became the 'girl in the cupboard' and nearly derailed Leonard John Fraser's murder trial.

Clive Palmer: So why is he spending $55m on election?

Clive Palmer: So why is he spending $55m on election?

As head of the United Australia Party, Clive Palmer is no classic right-winger nor crotchety conservative. He is no angel either.

Wed 8 May 2019

Servo worker tackled to ground, dragged inside store

Servo worker tackled to ground, dragged inside store

POLICE reveal more details about frightening robbery on the Cunningham Highway.

Story of slain missionary Graham Staines hits big screen

Story of slain missionary Graham Staines hits big screen

As Australia debates freedom of speech and religion, the story of Graham Staines, a missionary slain in India for his beliefs, is coming to the big screen.

Mon 6 May 2019

Popular ute recalled due to side step issue

Popular ute recalled due to side step issue

More than 13,000 utes have been recalled over a defect.

Sun 5 May 2019

There was 5mm to 16mm in wet change, who were the luckiest

There was 5mm to 16mm in wet change, who were the luckiest

RAIN freshens up oats in the Warwick and Stanthorpe areas

Sat 4 May 2019

Investor surge tipped if Labor wins election

Investor surge tipped if Labor wins election

PROPERTY experts are predicting a likely surge in investor activity if Labor wins the federal election.

Mon 29 Apr 2019

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 2 here

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 2 here

The most shocking revelations from Leonard John Fraser's trial

Sun 28 Apr 2019

SES and rural firies join in search for missing man

SES and rural firies join in search for missing man

VOLUNTEERS covering large area at Elbow Valley in search of missing man

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