Home News Page 335

News

Top bloke Len retires after 26 years

The Goondiwindi Visitor Information Centre farewelled a favourite after 26 years last week. Len Cleal OAM, volunteered at the Goondiwindi Visitors Centre from early 1990 until June...

Help sell Goondiwindi

The Goondiwindi Visitor Information Centre is looking for more volunteersIf you would like to learn more about becoming a volunteer with the Goondiwindi Visitor...

A chrysalis of change

In the 1950s, there was concern in some parts of the Australian countryside that, due to communist influence, there may be an invasion. On...

Time running out to have a say on worker taxation

Time is running out for farmers from throughout the state to have their say on the Federal Government’s ‘Backpacker Tax’ Review. Submissions are due Friday.QFF President Stuart Armitage...

Will releases new EP

Former Goondiwindi boy, singer-songwriter Will Day has been invited to open for The Hoodoo Gurus, The Baby Animals, Jon Stevens and The Black Sorrows.The concert...

Racing around the ridges

Heaven help Queensland Racing. We realise we continue to say it, but many of the decisions coming out of QLD Racing, if implemented, could cripple...

It’s the naked vets

Forget  the Full Monty, and take a gander at the Naked Vets. And don’t be surprised if you see a familiar face, if not now,...

A Gourmet feast for all food lovers

It’s going to be a Gourmet feast for food lovers.The annual Gourmet in Gundy will have everything from seafood to paella, and so much...

Great Barbie Battle in the bag

No bias, but it’s in the bag.My promise to LNP pollies Lawrence Springborg, Paul Langbroek, Gundy Councillor, Rob “The Big Lebrewski” Mackenzie, Border Builders...

We can’t hold RVs to ransom says Kearney

A Goondiwindi Regional Councillor has urged other councillors to consider the rights of all travellers on roads which lead to Goondiwindi. Not just members of...

We will be ‘RV Friendly’

One way or another Goondiwindi will be RV Friendly.The Goondiwindi Regional Council committed to that at Thursday’s meeting.Some, like Deputy-Mayor, Cr rick Kearney believes Council, and...

High-tech census goes old school

This week, the majority of the 38,000 Census Field Officers will grab their yellow Census satchels and hit the streets to remind households to...

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...