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GTT making a difference for Tristan and Layne

Two current Get Set For Work participants Tristan Robinson and Layne Bannister have come to GTT to find a path for learning that works...

From the ground up!

For 20 years, Gateway To Training has been contributing to the growth of the Goondiwindi community and broader southern Queensland regions, by offering a...

Making study easier at Goondiwindi’s RUC

Studying in the bush has always been hard, but Gateway To Training (GTT) is making it that bit easier with the Goondiwindi Regional University...

Big week of bowls

It is a huge week for the Goondiwindi Bowls Club, with the Ladies Pair Championship being decided, with T Bartels and J Hankins defeating...

Nematodes the hidden danger in crop systems

There is always something in our broadacre Agriculture scene, that really defies easy positive corrective action, and you just have to shake your head...

Government picks fanatics over farmers on live export issue

In an unprecedented move at last week’s Agricultural Industry Budget Breakfast, the National Farmers' Federation and multiple peak agricultural bodies walked out during the...

Senators support scrapping of biosecurity tax

The National Farmers’ Federation thanks the Senators who have stood up for farmers in Parliament, declaring their opposition to the senseless Biosecurity Protection Levy. Tasmanian...

Frozen Jr. brings the magic

It’s been two years in the making, but Goondiwindi State High School (GSHS) students took to the stage at the Cultural Centre on Thursday...

Sean and Trudi trekking Larapinta to support a future rural leader

It’s time to get behind Sean Rice and Trudi Bartlett as they set off on their journey this week to conquer 100 kilometres of...

Students learn from hands-on cotton experience

It’s a hands-on paddock to plate experience for the St Mary’s Year nine and ten ag science students this term, travelling to two farms...

Goondiwindi Community Bookshop Funding Scheme – Books that Give!

Each year, the Goondiwindi Community Bookshop provides funds to assist individuals and groups obtain essential medical equipment and health services for those in need....

Reducing methane emissions in cattle

A $US3.2 million project is using Queensland agricultural expertise to research ways to improve the performance and health of beef and dairy cattle while...

Truck and train collide near Toobeah

A truck and train have come together at a railway crossing on Gooray Road east of Toobeah. Fortunately the three people involved in the incident...