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Partners in Rhyme to dazzle on stage

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Granite Belt Choir member Martin Balkwill “frocked up” as The Judge from Trial by Jury. GRANITE Belt Choir production “Gilbert and Sullivan:...

Joh’s son joins Palmer

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: John Bjelke-Petersen will contest the federal seat of Maranoa for the Palmer United Party. THE son of former Queensland premier Sir Joh...

Gonski calculator bonus

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Queensland Teachers Union president Kevin Bates has welcomed a school-by-school Gonski calculation report. THE Queensland Teachers’ Union has welcomed today’s release of...

Unwanted animal numbers rise

CAPTION: Warwick Animal Welfare Association President Lorraine Goldspink has teamed up with the Free Times to feature “pet of the week”. A SHARP rise in...

Rural life forces more to brink

By JONATHON HOWARD A LACK of employment opportunities, financial pressures, the stigma around mental health issues and the isolation are having a significant impact on...

Man of Steel takes flight

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: St Joseph’s full cast of stage production The Man of Steel. Photo 2 Lead roles Linda Street, played by Sophie Sims, and Man...

Wandering eye brings images on tour

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Sailors of the Sunshine by Andrew Pearce will be one of many works to feature at the Warwick Art Gallery this...

Country music star under the knife

CAPTION: Country music star Troy Cassar-Daley underwent surgery. COUNTRY music star Troy Cassar-Daley is recovering after undergoing throat surgery in the USA. Troy noticed a reduction...

Flystrike trials flag research needs

By JONATHON HOWARD EARLY trials of two technologies currently used to treat human conditions warrant further research as potential flystrike prevention alternatives, according to Australian...

Grove secures juicy deals

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Grove Juice managing director Greg Willis has signed a landmark deal with Coles rocketing his products up the competitive juice-market. FAMILY-OWNED companies...

Springborg appoints new Commissioner

By JONATHON HOWARD QUEENSLAND’S first Mental Health Commission has been appointed by Member for Southern Downs and Health Minister Lawrence Springborg. Mr Springborg said Dr Lesley...

Applauding regional achievers

THE Queensland Regional Achievement and Community Awards are now open and the search is on for unsung community heroes. The awards provide an opportunity for...

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Cyclone Oma’s path “uncertain”

Southern Downs and Granite Belt locals are closely watching the path of Cyclone Oma as it nears the Queensland Coast this week but the...