SOUTHERN DOWNS

Energising the response

SES volunteers, their work and support for SES was extolled recently. Over last weekend SES volunteers from around the South Western region gathered at the...

Still in recovery mode

Almost six months on from when bushfires swept through parts of the Granite Belt and rural landholders are still recovering. For Dalveen grazier Del Mitchell,...

Suicide crisis interventions rise across the country

Kids Helpline has disclosed a significant increase in crisis interventions involving children and young people reaching out for support, particularly regarding suicide attempts. According...

Tree of Hope blooms

New era in wine

Scribe a good sport

Racing columnist Phil Percival has penned his last piece. His writing has been published in the Goondiwindi Argus for decades and more recently by...

New board for Warwick basketball

The Southern Downs Basketball Championship returns to WIRAC on Thursday after the school holiday break. The competition has returned with a new board in place...

Around the greens

THE SUMMIT BOWLS NOTES One game of Championship singles was played on Saturday afternoon with Jamie Zamprogno defeating Michael Sweeney 28-5. Zamprogno had one of...

Cowboys stalwarts wed

Most of the Newtown football fans and players at the Warwick Cowboys clash with Newtown on Saturday night would have been totally unaware that...

Redbacks ready for season after tough trial

In a thrilling day of pre-season footy at Warwick Credit Union Oval the Warwick's Gardens Galore Redbacks played host to the Inverell Saints and...

Across the fairways

McLennan and Brandon star at Warwick women’s golf Melanie McLennan and Carole Brandon were the big winners in the Club Warwick RSL Mid-Week Medal at...

Time for a tune

Live band, DJ, playlist or other - music plays a key role in a wedding day. There are the obvious moments during the day that...

A brush with fame

Young people, music and a brush with fame. What more could you want for an event happening during Youth Week? Youth Week, a celebration of...

Looking on the bright side and bringing colour to Allora

Allora is the friendliest place that mural artists The Brightsiders aka Jordan Bruce and Steve Falco have ever worked. The pair are the artists...

Tarragindi Castle tour comes to Gallery

Children and families can take part in a range of fun art-making activities by contemporary Australian artist Natalya Hughes when ‘The Castle of Tarragindi...

Warwick’s Jumpers and Jazz festival strikes gold

The Yarnbombed Tree Exhibition that adorned Queensland’s Southern Downs last July have clinched the title of Australia’s best art experience for small-town festival enthusiasts. The...

Party like it’s 1974

The banner at Junabee Hall read ‘Party Like it’s 1974’ and they did. The Warwick High School Class of 1974 came to town and went...

Save your sight

This World Glaucoma Week (10–16 March 2024), Glaucoma Australia along with the support of Specsavers are urging all Southern Downs locals to have their...

Telehealth improving access to healthcare for Killarney

The introduction of recently developed telehealth technology at Killarney’s only medical facility is working to fill gaps left by shortages in the state’s rural...

Christmas at Rose City

Saturday 2 to Saturday 23 December Christmas is in full swing at Rose City Shoppingworld with a multitude of festive events and activities for...

Win with Rose City’s pre-Christmas campaign

There's a chance to win $1000 in groceries at Rose City Shoppingworld, from Monday 16 October to Sunday12 November. Rose City Shoppingworld is once again...

Spring into free holiday activities at Rose City Shoppingworld

Get ready for some exciting fun at Rose City Shoppingworld these September school holidays with lots to see and do during the break with...

Invest and retire right

Invest+Retire – Vital to plan early – Future Proof your future You will be amazed at your options and how families can work together...

A day at churches’ cinema

With the drizzly weather, families flocked to The Churches of Christ campus for an evening of free entertainment. With a screening of the film...

Impossible par

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Time to pounce

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A party 50 years in the making

As you may have read in the last edition of WarwickToday and StanthorpeToday, the Warwick High School Class of 1974 recently gathered for a...

Calling for an audience

The Border District Eisteddfod Committee extends a warm invitation to community members to immerse themselves in a day of diverse performances as audience members...

The most spectacular play

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Pool backflip possible

A decision to reject a bid from a long term swim coach to continue managing Allora’s public swimming pool could be reviewed, Southern Downs...

A Q&A with councillor Russell Wantling

We heard about his politics over the course of the election but now it is time to learn about him as a person. This...

Where to remember Anzacs

As the dawn breaks across Southern Downs, communities are gathering to honour the courage, sacrifice, and service of Australia’s servicemen and women on Anzac...

Study Hub takes shape

Progress on the Warwick Study Hub has begun as the Working Group convened on Friday, 12 April to map out their initial steps towards...

Granite Belt Growers hoping for a code change

Introduced in 2015, the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct serves as a framework to regulate business behaviour within the supermarket sector, with a...

A new president and initiatives on the horizon

The Warwick Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting reflected on the accomplishments of the past year while looking towards exciting changes for the new...

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Energising the response

SES volunteers, their work and support for SES was extolled recently. Over last weekend SES volunteers from around the South Western region gathered at the...

Tree of Hope blooms