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Sun safe play area for Warwick kids

On Wednesday 15 June, a new sunshade at BUSHkids' Warwick service centre was unveiled to a group of staff and friends of the organisation. Those...

ARK animal of the week

Southern Downs ARK has a number of dogs and cats up for adoption. This week we’re highlighting TICKS. Age: 8 months Adoption fee: $650 About Ticks is a very...

This week on the farm

Just a short column this week as I am off to the Apple Isle tomorrow. It is 7 pm now and I haven’t finished...

CORPORAL THOMAS MESSENGER BARNES 1st AIF.

Thomas Messenger Barnes was born at Casino Hospital New South Wales on 13 January 1896, the son of Henry and Mabel Barnes. He received...

Police Station re-design on track

The refurbishment and upgrade of the Warwick Police Station is entering the final design stage, as announced last Wednesday. Minister for Police and Corrective Services...

Future of Allora senior citizens building discussed

The future of the Allora Senior Citizens, library, sports museum, and fire station buildings were discussed at a recent Southern Downs Regional Council (SDRC)...

Warwick Community Kindy open day

Warwick Community Kindergarten held its open day on Sunday for potential 2023 attendees and early starters in 2022. Parents and their children who visited...

Warwick Community Kindy open day

Warwick Community Kindergarten held its open day on Sunday for potential 2023 attendees and early starters in 2022. Parents and their children who visited...

Allan School reunites

Former pupils of Allan School and their descendants met at the site of the school to celebrate 150 years on 11 June. The Allan School,...

Food and music are back at Robert Channon Wines

Last weekend, Robert Channon Wines hosted its monthly music event for the second since Covid-19 forced the winery to cancel its Easter to October...

Major changes to school disability support welcomed

Educators and advocates have welcomed a new disability resourcing model for state schools, announced by the State Government as part of a record $16.5...

Survive the drive these school holidays

Queenslanders excited to be planning a road trip during the upcoming school holidays have been urged to make safety their top priority. Transport and Main...

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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...