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Recycling old technology

By JONATHON HOWARD SOUTHERN Downs Regional Council have revealed a new e-waste drop zone to properly dispose of and recycle unwanted TVs and computers. The council...

Crime forum calls for help

By JONATHON HOWARD NEIGHBOURHOOD Watch groups were once considered a strong platform for police and residents to work together. But a sharp decline in Neighbourhood Watch...

Local drop soon to flow

By JONATHON HOWARD LOCALLY brewed beer could soon be flowing from a microbrewery in Severnlea, after Southern Downs Regional Councillors voted in favour of the...

‘Diversity is vital’: Chamber

By JONATHON HOWARD A CLEAR mandate following this weekend’s Federal election needs to address the continuing slump in business and consumer confidence, says Warwick Chamber...

Pet danger as snakes stir

By JONATHON HOWARD SNAKES are on the move and the Warwick Animal Welfare Association is urging residents to take extra precautions with pets. The sudden warm...

Sheep show triumph

By JUDI HAIDLEY THE students and sheep from the Scots College Texel stud returned triumphant from the Royal Queensland Show recently, having achieved their most...

Larrikin Steve visits Warwick

By JONATHON HOWARD LOVABLE larrikin Steve Bisley spent time signing copies of his latest book "Stillways: A Memoir" at the Warwick Art Gallery last Wednesday,...

Show holidays to fall on Friday

SOUTHERN Downs Regional Council has opted to make Friday the best day for next year’s show holidays. The council was called upon by the Queensland...

Bin audit passes on cost

TENTERFIELD Shire Council has carried out an audit of bin collection services to improve the council’s waste collection service. The audit has identified more than...

Join in lunch for life

By JONATHON HOWARD TICKETS for the first annual Warwick Suicide Prevention Luncheon are selling fast with only 20 spots remaining. Organiser and R U OK day...

Little school in big run

BONSHAW Public School students participated in the Adidas School Fun-Run this week to raise vital funds for their school. Bonshaw Public School spokesperson Berrill Ley...

Greens back grower profits

THE Greens have announced an $85 million plan to help Southern Downs’ farmers bypass the big two supermarkets and sell direct to local consumers. The...

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Locke Street to remain closed for Covid testing

The section of Locke Street in front of Warwick Hospital will remain closed for the foreseeable future, Darling Downs Health (DDH) has confirmed. The road...