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Fri 28 Feb 2020

Anti-vaxxers spread dangerous message in baby products

premium_icon Anti-vaxxers spread dangerous message in baby products

Baby products at multiple stores have been tampered with by anti-vaxxers who are spreading dangerous ideas against immunisation.

BREAKING: Dalby teen unconscious after ‘chroming’ incident

premium_icon BREAKING: Dalby teen unconscious after ‘chroming’ incident

Paramedics arrived on the scene shortly after the teenager became unconscious.

Cattle truck collides with school bus on Warrego Highway

premium_icon Cattle truck collides with school bus on Warrego Highway

POLICE have launched an investigation after a cattle truck collided with a school bus with children on board on the Warrego Hwy.

Could this be the most iconic Aussie love story of all time?

premium_icon Could this be the most iconic Aussie love story of all time?

Meet the couple who fell head over bonnet for each other at a fair dinkum ute show.

GALLERY: 80+ photos from the Cooyar Show

premium_icon GALLERY: 80+ photos from the Cooyar Show

See all the winners and grinners for this years show!

Concerns raised over 15 allegedly emaciated horses

premium_icon Concerns raised over 15 allegedly emaciated horses

Another instance involving 15 emaciated horses has been reported to Biosecurity Queensland.

IN COURT: 66 people appearing in Roma court next week

premium_icon IN COURT: 66 people appearing in Roma court next week

See the names of the people appearing in the Roma Magistrates Court next Tuesday, March 3.

Man arrested for drinking beer naked on neighbour’s porch

premium_icon Man arrested for drinking beer naked on neighbour’s porch

The man told police he didn’t believe he had done anything wrong.

“Drinking and lashing out”: 21y/o jailed, guilty on 11 charges

premium_icon “Drinking and lashing out”: 21y/o jailed, guilty on 11...

A man received a 12 month jail sentence after pleading guilty to 11 charges; his lawyer blamed alcohol, saying he committed all crimes under the influence.

20 of south west Queensland’s horrific killings

premium_icon 20 of south west Queensland’s horrific killings

DATING as far back as 1871 here are 20 of the most horrific killings to take place or involve residents of south west Queensland.

Thu 27 Feb 2020

Crops drown, fences damaged in ‘drought-breaking rain’

premium_icon Crops drown, fences damaged in ‘drought-breaking rain’

Farmers are out of pocket thousands of dollars after rain that was supposed to be a relief caused severe damage to properties.

Experience of a lifetime for Maggie on Young Endeavour

premium_icon Experience of a lifetime for Maggie on Young Endeavour

Maggie Davis sailed thousands of kilometres on the open seas from Hobart and docked in Melbourne after being sponsored by Roma RSL to take part in Young Endeavour.

Full list of results from the Bell Art Exhibition

premium_icon Full list of results from the Bell Art Exhibition

All the big winners from Bell Art Exhibition.

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GET the stories that really matter to this community before anyone else

River hits peak as town prepares for mozzies

River hits peak as town prepares for mozzies

Houses in St George have escaped inundation after the Balonne River peaked at 12.22m this morning, as the flooded region prepares for the aftermath.

Man fights for life as brother charged for 'head kick'

premium_icon Man fights for life as brother charged for 'head kick'

A Nanango man has been charged with grievous bodily harm against his brother.

FULL LIST: 630 schools to finally get airconditioning

premium_icon FULL LIST: 630 schools to finally get airconditioning

Despite failing to get airconditioning into even half the number of schools it promised by the start of Term 1, The Palaszczuk Government has made a new pledge.

Grandma-to-be found guilty of meth possession

premium_icon Grandma-to-be found guilty of meth possession

The woman’s lawyer pushed for a suspended sentence, so she could be present for the birth of her first grandchild.

‘Essential service’ choppered in to flood-hit town

premium_icon ‘Essential service’ choppered in to flood-hit town

A cafe owner in outback Queensland went to extraordinary measures to keep locals content, as floodwaters surrounded the town.

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