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Climate whiplash battering Australia now more than ever

Climate chaos has caught Queenslanders off guard this summer, as increasingly volatile weather has impacted communities with catastrophic fires, extreme heat and fatal floods. The...

The red tape keeps getting thicker – criminal penalties for aged care directors now...

The first aged care bill in almost 30 years is set to come into effect from July 1, with criminal consequences for failing to...

Still time for one last look at Art of the Motorcycle

There’s still three days left to check out the Art of the Motorycle Exhibition in the Goondiwindi Art Space in the Civic Centre. If you...

Versatile celebrates half a century of tractors in Gundy

Versatile celebrated 50 years of tractors in Australia on the weekend, with a two-day long celebration of everything Versatile and everything tractors. Over 300 people...

More homes for Queenslanders – but does that mean Goondiwindi?

The State government’s soon-to-be-released housing plan will see its Big Build agenda get even bigger with an ambitious target of 53,500 social homes in...

Not one, but two heart stopping races coming to St George

The pulse of excitement is set to reverberate through southwest Queensland on the last weekend of February as two adrenaline-packed sporting events converge on...

Revegetation a win-win for farmers

Revegetation grants are up for grabs for landholders in the Goondiwindi Local Government Area east of Inglewood, with the project intending to plant 20,000...

Photography clubs encourages everyone to take a look through the lens

The Goondiwindi Photography Club had its AGM on Thursday, 8 February, and it is a changing of the guard with a new President and...

Toobeah Reserve Indigenous handover – No community consultation, no care

The township of Toobeah is afraid of being cut off from their local recreation spot with the proposal from the State Government to transfer...

Housing crisis so bad . . . Banks call for 40 percent of federal...

The National Regional Housing Summit was held on Friday, 9 February and it couldn’t have come at a more opportune time, after recent analysis...

Free wellbeing workshops to work towards a stronger community

Goondiwindi Regional Council has partnered with Rural Psychologist, Chantal Corish, to present ‘Building Community Wellbeing,’ a series of free workshops aimed at building thriving...

Farmers left behind in rushed Closing Loopholes IR bill

Despite a harsh backlash and urgent calls to reconsider parts of the law, the Closing Loopholes Bill passed federal parliament last week, leaving the...

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...