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Regos slashed 20 per cent

The Miles Government has today announced further cost of living relief for Queenslanders, with vehicle registration fees to be cut by 20 per cent,...

Toobeah to Goondiwindi rail line reopens after derailment

Grain is moving again along the South West rail line between Toobeah and Goondiwindi, with the line reopening to rail traffic following a grain...

Goondiwindi to host major GRDC update

The next series of the Grains Research and Development Corporation’s (GRDC) Updates starts in July and runs through to mid-August, with the major update...

$50,000 grants available for horticulture roadshow

In a move to enhance the horticulture industry's future, the National Horticulture Roadshow has been launched to fund and promote a series of exceptional...

Wombats find new home near St George

In a magnificent moment for conservation, the first northern hairy-nosed wombats have been released to explore their new home at Powrunna State Forest near...

Help stamp out elder abuse

Queenslanders are being urged to take a stand against the abuse of older people in the lead up to World Elder Abuse Awareness Day...

Budget to announce miles of more funding for renewables

Premier Steven Miles last week announced the largest ever investment in renewable energy assets in the nation ahead of the Queensland State Budget. The...

Local businesses thrive with Big Mac

While Acciona Energia’s Macintyre Wind Farm is celebrating the installation of their 100th wind turbine at their site east of Inglewood, local businesses are...

Inland Rail support hundreds of local businesses

Since starting construction of the now complete Narrabri to North Star (N2NS) Phase 1 in September 2020, Inland Rail has spent $246 million with...

Sod turning ceremony celebrates milestone for Gunsynd Solar Farm

Six months after construction began on the Gunsynd Solar Farm north-east of Goondiwindi, Metis Energy celebrated with an official Groundbreaking Ceremony on 4 June....

Inland rail to bring 650-person camp to the community

After months of speculation, the Inland Rail camp has been approved for development at the Goondiwindi Showgrounds. An Inland Rail spokesperson confirmed that the Inland...

Time to check Maximum Residue Levels for export crops

I have just been looking at the European Food Safety Authority MRL or Maximum Residue Levels web site after hearing of reduced levels for...

Memories made on Larapinta fundraising hike

This year Trudi Bartlett and Sean Rice set out on a quest to raise $50,000 hiking the Larapinta Trail, enough to sponsor a place...