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The ‘other’ zoonotic disease – Q Fever

(PRECEDE) There’s no vaccine yet for COVID-19 , but there is one for another ‘zoonosis’ or animal-borne disease – Q Fever. Australian researchers are working...

Border changes to aid farmers

The mayors of both Goondiwindi and the Southern Downs have welcomed changes to the “border bubble” aimed at easing pressure on Queensland and NSW...

Markets summary

(PRECEDE) Livestock agent ROSS ELLIS of McDougall & Sons will provide a fortnightly summary of local livestock sales in our Rural Links pages – keep...

Info sought on veterans…

On the 18th of June 2020, I wrote an article about the Swan Creek School of Arts Hall Committee and the work they were...

‘Light the Night’ for blood cancer

This year, Australians will come together to Light the Night in a new and special way as the Stanthorpe Light the Night’s 6th annual...

Plant science in good hands

Queensland school students have won a host of major awards in a national science competition to celebrate the International Year of Plant Health. Department of...

Fish ‘saved from climate change’

The Queensland Government says an “urgent rescue mission has saved a rare and ancient native fish from potentially becoming the first freshwater species to...

Granite Belt recycled water case finalised

A lengthy legal battle involving a group of Granite Belt producers and the Southern Downs Regional Council over contracts to use recycled water from...

Bore project ongoing: SDRC

The Southern Downs Regional Council says the search for alternative water sources for the region is continuing while drought conditions persist, and while we...

Committee vote on Cherrabah road upgrade

A legal appeal by the owners of Cherrabah Resort east of Warwick over conditions set by the Southern Downs Regional Council on approval of...

Check your water meter is accessible: Council

The Southern Downs Regional Council says water meter readings will begin across the region from this coming Monday 24 August until the end of...

A rich migrant heritage of food…

Grow, Gather, Share. There was an exhibition held in Melbourne at the Immigration Museum from mid November to April 7th this year called “Grow, Gather,...

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Motorcyclist airlifted after being thrown from bike

The Toowoomba-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter has flown an injured man to hospital after he crashed his motorbike near Killarney earlier today, Saturday 19...