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On country programs breaking the cycle of youth offending

The State Government is seeking expressions of interest from First Nations organisations for a new Intensive On Country trial program for young Queenslanders engaged...

Fishing steals the show at first Botanic Beat of 2024

It was the first Botanic Beats festival of 2024 and it was one of the biggest yet, with over 250 people streaming through the...

MARSHALL HOSTS PREMIER IN MOREE FOR URGENT LAW & ORDER TALKS

Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall has used a visit to Moree by Premier Chris Minns to once again highlight the need for immediate...

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Southern QLD waterskiing R6 takes over waterpark

The sixth and final round of the Waterski Queensland Southern Region series took place at the Goondiwindi Water Park over the weekend and some...

Yagaburne, Yetman through to the grand final

Cricket finals in Goondiwindi kicked off with a bang and an early start to beat the rain, with Yagaburne women taking on the Macintyre...

Gundy junior golfers through to pennants final

On Sunday, 18 February, Goondiwindi played Middle Ridge at Dalby in the final round of the junior pennants before the final, winning a thriller...

Yagaburne finish minor premiers in Weir Shield

The last round of games before finals kicked off began with the annual Yelarbon Ladies Day on Saturday, 18 February. The Yellowbetties kicked off...

Katrina Memorial and CCC Memorial teams run away winners at Border Knockout

Goondiwindi 13th annual Border Knockout was a spectacle not to be missed on the weekend, with some serious razzle dazzle on the footy field...

Young Guns kick off racing at Gunsynd Park for 2024

Racing returns to Gunsynd Park on Saturday, 24 February, coinciding with the running of Victoria’s premier 2yr old race, The Blue Diamond. The meeting will...

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Biosecurity winner condemns biosecurity levy

Former Australian Biosecurity Award winner Trevor Ranford has spoken out against the proposed Biosecurity Protection Levy, citing his disbelief the Australian Government wants to...

Stop the Basin from becoming a mining waste dumpsite

Federal, State and Territory Labor leaders must step in to prevent Australia’s largest freshwater resource, the Great Artesian Basin, from being pumped with dirty...

First seniors lunch kicks off at The Vic

Almost 40 seniors joined Care Goondiwindi for the first seniors lunch of 2024 at The Victoria Hotel on Wednesday, 21 February. A part of Care...

Multidisciplinary GP teams a must to reduce health expenditure

GPs across Australia say their patients would benefit from a multidisciplinary care team at their general practice including psychologists, pharmacists and credentialled diabetes educators....

Rebates available for making the switch to sheep and goats eID

The Queensland Government will invest $6.344 million to support Queensland sheep and goat producers, saleyards, processors and livestock agents implementing mandatory individual electronic identification...

First patients received chemotherapy through tele-oncology at Goondiwindi Hospital

Some cancer patients will no longer have to travel for treatment, with life-saving chemotherapy treatment options starting at the Goondiwindi Hospital last week. Delivered through...