What do a future physiotherapist, a mechanic, an exchange student, and a musterer have in common? They’re all graduating Roma State College this week.
Halfway across the world from Flanders fields, 101 years on from the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I, St George residents paused to remember those who had left the region to defend their country.
Shea Beauty was selected as one of two salons in Queensland to enjoy a visit from Napoleon Perdis’ master of makeup.
Firefighters from western Queensland have travelled east to help fight ‘unprecedented’ bushfires.
Remembrance Day bittersweet for RSL president who remembers his aunt, a decorated war hero who survived a concentration camp.
The drought and persistent gender inequality will be the talking points Heather Proud hopes to introduce when she meets leaders in Canberra later this month.
Famous Muckadilla egg business and accompanying homestead up for sale.
Catch up on the news from around the region you may have missed this week.
It’s the spookiest time of the year, and The Western Star has the full list of places to trick or treat tonight.
A two year driving disqualification has been handed down to a woman who gave police a false name, while driving on a disqualified license near Kingaroy.