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Reforms herald growth

By JONATHON HOWARD PRACTICAL reforms to Queensland’s vegetation management framework passed State Parliament recently, restoring balance to vegetation laws and marking an end to years...

Man-made snow party on way

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Man-made snow has been forecast for Stanthorpe later this month, as part of Snowflakes in Stanthorpe. THE inaugural Snowflakes in Stanthorpe will...

Pasture secrets

MARIETTE van den Berg from MB Equine Services will deliver a workshop on regenerative pasture management for horse properties this Saturday (22 June). The workshop...

Pet care crucial in cold

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Humans are not the only ones that can feel under the weather during cool months. AS Southern Downs residents prepare for...

No secret health plans: Springborg

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Claims by the opposition leader Annastacia Palaszczuk that the Newman Government is acting secretly on health services have been laughed off...

Cattle quality mixed with lift in supply

By JONATHON HOWARD THERE was a small lift in supply and overall quality was mixed with the standard of cows not up to the previous...

Homeowners on reno splurge

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Knowing your limits: DIY renovations have exploded in popularity, but what are some of the traps to avoid. IT WOULD seem that...

Hospitals open doors to scrutiny

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Warwick Hospital performance monitoring reaches new level of transparency. WARWICK residents now have greater insight into the performance of the local hospital,...

Muso tilts at power

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Federal candidate for Maranoa, James Blundell, has flagged a range of promises in the fight for votes. BOB Katter’s star Senate candidate,...

Speeding drivers under the gun

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart says police will publish speed camera locations in a bid to reduce a skyrocketing road toll. NEW...

Winter works in the gallery

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Leonard Shillam’s sculpture titled ‘Wallaby’ is an almost life-size sculpture in sandstone of a wallaby and will be one of the...

Shire’s fiscal cliff warrants audit

By JONATHON HOWARD CAPTION: Concerned Tenterfield rate payer and pensioner Robert Walker has called for an independent audit of Tenterfield Shire Council. SEVERAL residents have backed...

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Visa changes ‘to support ag workforce’

The Federal Government will make “temporary changes” to visa arrangements to “help farmers access the workforce they need to secure Australia’s food and produce...