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Docs rushed off their feet

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Heavy machinery building the foundation of the new Allora Medical Centre this week. CONSTRUCTION work on the new Allora Medical Centre has...

Inspiring works on show

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Killarney’s Willow Gallery will feature works by renowned indigenous artist John WeerongaBartoo. ARTWORKS by internationally recognised indigenous artist, John WeerongaBartoo, are currently...

Lights on power reforms

By JONATHON HOWARD MAJOR changes to Queensland’s electricity sector, which could save billions in network costs and revenues, were the centrepiece of reforms announced by...

Learn all the right moves

CAPTION: Renowned indigenous dancer Travis De Vries will host a series of dance workshops this weekend. A FREE contemporary dance workshop led by renowned indigenous...

Help celebrate!

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Stanthorpe residents are getting ready for this year’s NAIDOC week. THE Granite Belt’s newly-formed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Reference Group will...

Millions flow in capital works

By JONATHON HOWARD MEMBER for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall has welcomed more than $75 million of capital expenditure for the electorate, announced today in the...

Road repairs furore

By JONATHON HOWARD SPILL LINE Continued Page 5 CAPTION: (FRONT PAGE) Among those residents to attend a public meeting to discuss the state of Top Swanfels...

Lions put on a cracker night

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTIONS: IMG_2037 - First place for the inaugural Lions Cracker Night fire drum competition went to D Hines for this hot rod entry. DSC_0063...

Public access denied on CRG

MEMBERS of the Power Community Reference Group (CRG) have denied public access to the group’s final meeting in Stanthorpe tonight (20 June). The final meeting...

Residents slam wind farm plan

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: A meeting to discuss the Rabbit Ridge Wind Farm proposal attracted about 70 residents from Pozieres, Cottonvale and Dalveen. CAPTION: What...

Lightning strike hits broadcasts

By JONATHON HOWARD TEN FM went off the airways last week after a savage lightning strike damaged the station’s antenna on Thursday, 13 June. Ten FM...

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:...

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De-merger workshops next month

Community workshops will be held in the Southern Downs region in April after a local government specialist undertakes an assessment of issues surrounding de-amalgamation. The...