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Rotary changes hands

The Stanthorpe Rotary Club, along with guests and friends of Rotary met to celebrate their 69th Changeover Dinner. Past President Jim Baxter introduced President Jim...

Successful markets at Killarney

Locals enjoyed a chilly day out at the Killarney Markets on Sunday 19 June, with vintage stalls, CWA spreads, and Donna Hey's Windyhaze Creations...

Premier commits to pipeline

At Stanthorpe Community Cabinet on 14 June, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the Queensland Government's commitment to the Toowoomba to Warwick pipeline. The pipeline will carry...

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...

Fish kill at Leslie Dam a natural occurence

Locals raised concerns about dead fish lining the shores of Leslie Dam last week, but authorities have stated it was a natural occurrence and...

Rotary changes hands

The Rotary Club of Warwick Sunrise, along with guests and friends of Rotary met to celebrate their Changeover Dinner last week. Past President Peter Rodeck...

Cool facts about cukes

I’m always interested in unusual things to do with gardening and this week I have found a few that may bring a smile. Although they...

Food donations for those in need

Stanthorpe-based Granite Belt Neighbourhood Centre (GBNC) is holding its annual Winter Food Appeal to support individuals and families in need during the cold season. GBNC...

Stanthorpe probus

At our May monthly meeting, Julie Barnes told us of the operations of U3A in Stanthorpe. U3A encourage lifelong learning, maintaining social connections, and nurturing...

Zonta’s Remarkable Women nominees announced

The ZONTA Club of Stanthorpe has announced the nominees for their "Remarkable Women of The Granite Belt” project. The purpose of the project is to...

Careys Road group take complaints to ombudsman

Careys Road residents have now escalated their complaints against Southern Downs Regional Council (SDRC) to the Queensland Ombudsman, Anthony Reilly. The Emu Vale families have...

WSHS making moves on new project

Warwick State High School is moving ahead with its multi-purpose hall and staff car park project. A spokesperson for the Department of Education stated that...

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St Mary’s opening its doors for Jumpers and Jazz

St Mary's Church in Warwick is getting involved in the Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival this year, opening up the church to visitors. While...