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Gearing up for a reopening

The Warwick District Dirt Bike Club is gearing up for a grand reopening after a three-year hiatus, thanks to a dedicated team and strong...

One more open door to emergency housing

The Southern Downs Granite Belt region is grappling with a serious accommodation crisis, particularly concerning the urgent need for emergency housing for those escaping...

Whats new for Jumpers and Jazz in July

The much-anticipated Jumpers and Jazz in July festival is just around the corner, and the organising committee has been hard at work over the...

Southern Downs ‘unsuitable’ for large scale renewable projects, MP says

Southern Downs MP James Lister has declared significant parts of his electorate “fundamentally unsuitable” for large scale renewable energy projects, suggesting such proposals be...

Export awards open for applications

The annual Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2024 is open for applications. Queensland’s highest export honour acknowledges the innovation, passion, creativity and determination of the...

‘My Circle’ enhances digital mental health support for teenagers

In response to the increasing demand for digital mental health support among teenagers, Kids Helpline has launched the innovative 'My Circle' platform. This co-designed...

Limiting social media to improve mental health

The mental health and wellbeing of young people is an emerging public health concern. Since the popularity of social media has grown, statistics have shown...

End of mobile black spot grants criticised by MP amid national audit of phone...

Federal funding for a regional mobile infrastructure program will end in three years time, last week’s federal budget confirmed, prompting swift criticism from Nationals...

Celebrating Warwick’s volunteers

The volunteers of Warwick have been celebrated through a morning tea hosted by the Southern Downs Regional Council on 23 May. The event, held...

’Grow up’ on youth crime

Detention should no longer be a last resort for young offenders, but authorities need to “grow up“ and create a detention system that works,...

A new benchmark

Of late, there has been a new benchmark for subjects that used to be all but ignored by ‘polite society’ – subjects like domestic...

Celebrating decades in the job

The days of a ’job for life’ might be over for most workers, but there are still folks clocking up decades of service to...

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Gearing up for a reopening

The Warwick District Dirt Bike Club is gearing up for a grand reopening after a three-year hiatus, thanks to a dedicated team and strong...