December 2018

Published a story 16th Dec 2018 1:14 PM

Millions of dollars will be spent on a tourism campaign for outback Queensland in the new year.

Renewed push for tourists to travel west

Millions of dollars will be spent on a tourism campaign for outback Queensland in the new year.

Published a story 14th Dec 2018 4:41 PM

Extended trading and evening market brings Christmas cheer to Wills St.

Local business bonanza at Charleville Christmas Street Party

Extended trading and evening market brings Christmas cheer to Wills St.

Published a story 14th Dec 2018 10:38 AM

No blue skies in Charleville as the town is coated in dust.

Dusty start for the southwest

No blue skies in Charleville as the town is coated in dust.

Published a story 13th Dec 2018 1:55 PM

Towns in the southwest may experience strong winds, rain and even possible hail, according to the Bureau.

Strong winds and possible hailstones: storm warning issued

Towns in the southwest may experience strong winds, rain and even possible hail, according to the Bureau.

Published a story 13th Dec 2018 1:35 PM

Hang gliding from Dalby to Charleville scored thrill seeker a national record.

Gliding record smashed

Hang gliding from Dalby to Charleville scored thrill seeker a national record.

Published a story 10th Dec 2018 9:02 AM

The new and improved Southern Queensland NRM held its first board meeting this week.

NRM's new beginnings

The new and improved Southern Queensland NRM held its first board meeting this week.

Published a story 7th Dec 2018 3:34 PM

Murweh will join the Balonne and Western Downs councils in receiving a free oil collection service.

Free oil collection service expanded

Murweh will join the Balonne and Western Downs councils in receiving a free oil collection service.

Published a story 7th Dec 2018 3:33 PM

Key rural groups have come out saying thr state government did not ask them about closing Queensland's Agricultural Training Colleges.

Key players not consulted in closure of Agricultural College

Key rural groups have come out saying thr state government did not ask them about closing Queensland's Agricultural Training Colleges.

Published a story 7th Dec 2018 1:58 PM

A Cunnamulla man has been served with a notice to appear in court on six counts of fraud.

Alleged drought fraud in Cunnamulla

A Cunnamulla man has been served with a notice to appear in court on six counts of fraud.

Published a story 6th Dec 2018 11:06 AM

Social touch football competition wraps up with some exciting finals

Thrilling season-ender

Social touch football competition wraps up with some exciting finals

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