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Council reacts to Killarney water

By JONATHON HOWARD SOUTHERN Downs Regional Council has moved to assure Killarney residents that the water supply is perfectly safe. Several Killarney residents have called for...

Road repairs approved

REQUESTS to hasten road repairs on Top Swanfels Road have been heeded by Southern Downs Regional Council with a raft of funding now approved. Councillors...

Cash for weeds

MEMBER for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall has welcomed extra resources to fight invasive weeds across NSW and extra funding for the Armidale-based New England...

Foundation reaches 30-year milestone

IT has been 30 years since the formation of the Warwick Leukaemia Foundation backed by a group of people determined to make a difference,...

Drones request for Warwick Aerodrome

By Jonathon Howard DRONES could soon be buzzing over the heads of Warwick residents after the Southern Downs Regional Council was called upon to support...

Prison no holiday camp

By JONATHON HOWARD QUEENSLAND offenders clocked up almost 120,000 hours of community service in the last financial year, delivering a $2.6 million boost to local...

Rabbit knowhow spreads

By JONATHON HOWARD THE work being done on a rabbit control project undertaken by land managers in the Storm King/ Eukey region will be showcased...

Stoke the drums for bonfire night

By JONATHON HOWARD DRAGONS, flaming echidnas and a space shuttle were just a few of the creative fire drums to feature during last year’s Killarney...

No divide on wind farms

By JONATHON HOWARD GREENS candidate for Maranoa Grant Newson has hit back at claims made by local MP Bruce Scott, saying the only thing that...

Hendra virus fears rising

By JONATHON HOWARD SOUTHERN Downs horse owners are being urged to take extreme precautions to avoid a potentially devastating outbreak of the deadly Hendra virus. The...

Camping for Carnell Raceway?

By JONATHON HOWARD SOUTHERN Downs Regional Councillors were expected to vote on a long-running application from Carnell Raceway to extend race meets, during council’s general...

Growers feel pressure

By JONATHON HOWARD ONE of Ballandean’s first stone fruit farms, Carawa Orchids, has pushed out more than 40 hectares of nectarines as the Granite Belt...

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Hendra warning issued by racing authority

The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries has advised that the deadly Hendra virus has been confirmed in a horse at a property...