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Fri 16 Apr 2021

Roma car thieves break into 76 yo man’s house, steal car

Premium Content Roma car thieves break into 76 yo man’s house, steal car

Another wave of house and car break-ins occurred in Roma after a man aged his 70s had his car stolen from unknown offenders, while a man in his 60s was woken to thieves...

APPOINTED: New acting Chief Executive for South West Hospital

Premium Content APPOINTED: New acting Chief Executive for South West...

Understanding the challenges and opportunities of healthcare in rural and remote communities, an experienced health executive has been appointed as the acting chief...

VC hero fronts Qld colleagues after expletive-riddled spray

Premium Content VC hero fronts Qld colleagues after expletive-riddled spray

Embattled war hero Ben Roberts-Smith has fronted Qld staff following explosive audio recordings in which he said his colleagues had “f---ing ... worn me down”.

Man airlifted to Roma Hospital following motorbike accident

Premium Content Man airlifted to Roma Hospital following motorbike accident

A man was airlifted to Roma Hospital following a motorbike accident on a rural property. DETAILS:

Young drink driver caught swerving across Warrego Highway

Premium Content Young drink driver caught swerving across Warrego Highway

A man was intercepted by police after his boozy drive to Dalby, where he was seen swerving all over the Warrego Highway with a Captain Morgan can in his centre...

No keys, ignition, dad pays $50 for stolen Commodore

Premium Content No keys, ignition, dad pays $50 for stolen Commodore

A father breached a suspended prison sentence after he committed multiple crimes. Here’s what he did:

Heartbreaking decision made after twin’s stillbirth

Premium Content Heartbreaking decision made after twin’s stillbirth

A Queensland mum has opened up about why she and her husband agreed to an autopsy after the tragic stillborn death of one of their identical twin girls.

REVEALED: 500,000 pages of documents state wont let you see

Premium Content REVEALED: 500,000 pages of documents state wont let you see

Queenslanders are spending tens of thousands of dollars trying to uncover secret government documents relating to ministers, lobbyists and police officers.

Thu 15 Apr 2021

VOTE NOW: Which's the Best Bakery in Roma

Premium Content VOTE NOW: Which's the Best Bakery in Roma

VOTE NOW: Matt Preston's search for the best bakery in Roma has us drooling. Now, it's over to you. SEE THE FINALISTS AND VOTE.

Alleged supermarket bust up under investigation by Roma cops

Premium Content Alleged supermarket bust up under investigation by Roma cops

Roma police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an alleged assault that took place in a supermarket car park.

Opera at Jimbour returns as part of world first music event

Premium Content Opera at Jimbour returns as part of world first music event

One of the Western Downs’ highly anticipated heritage events will return for a weekend of intimate opera, delightful chamber music performances, and infinite food and...

WORLD FIRST: Charleville will be part of statewide festival

Premium Content WORLD FIRST: Charleville will be part of statewide festival

Charleville has been listed part of a world-first music festival in a bid to deliver greater economic and social value to communities and artists across the state. READ...

Four months in custody declared enough for meth supplier

Premium Content Four months in custody declared enough for meth supplier

The man pleaded guilty before the Toowoomba District Court to 22 counts of supplying a dangerous drug.

EXPLAINED: Everything you can do now restrictions have eased

Premium Content EXPLAINED: Everything you can do now restrictions have eased

Tear off that mask and put your dancing shoes on – the state’s COVID-19 restrictions have officially eased. Here’s what you need to know.

Statewide audit after fears nurses let down by masks

Premium Content Statewide audit after fears nurses let down by masks

Queensland public hospitals have until next week to carry out an audit into whether nurses on the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis have adequately fitted masks.

Wed 14 Apr 2021

Man allegedly reverses car into shop front while drunk

Premium Content Man allegedly reverses car into shop front while drunk

Dalby police will allege a man was heavily intoxicated when he drove his car into a popular shop front along Drayton Street.

Council worker breaks woman’s nose during bar punch-up

Premium Content Council worker breaks woman’s nose during bar punch-up

A man ran the risk of being sent back to his home country after he launched an aggressive attack on two women at a pub in St George.

COURT: Dirranbandi mother owes nearly $20k in unpaid fines

Premium Content COURT: Dirranbandi mother owes nearly $20k in unpaid fines

A St George Magistrate ordered a mother-of-three with an extensive criminal history perform several hours of unpaid community service after owning thousands to the...

Alleged drink driver writes-off car near Chinchilla

Premium Content Alleged drink driver writes-off car near Chinchilla

Police have charged a man with multiple offences after he crashed his car near Chinchilla. FULL DETAILS:

UPDATE: Progress of COVID vaccinations across the southwest

Premium Content UPDATE: Progress of COVID vaccinations across the southwest

The COVID-19 vaccination program has continued to rollout across the southwest, with the co-ordinator stating the AstraZeneca vaccine is not recommended for people aged...

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