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Inland rail head comes to Ipswich

A review of the shambolic Inland Rail project - linking Melbourne and Brisbane with high-capacity trains carrying double-stacked containers - has relocated plans for...

Mount Barney to undergo hazard burn

The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships have advised residents and visitors of planned burn operations within Mount Barney National Park starting Friday...

Council silent on pig and calf saleyard court costs

After Scenic Rim Council successfully appealed the heritage status of the Beaudesert pig and calf saleyard last year, ratepayers are still no closer to...

An Aboriginal Cultural Centre by 2032? Say yes.

I remember two very important events during my childhood. They had worldwide repercussions, but I couldn’t understand why. It was the sombre mood of...

Limousin Cross Weaner steers hit $1610 at Beaudesert

Agents Bartholomew & Co reported an outstanding line-up of European Infused cattle at their 18 th Annual Beaudesert Euro Show and Sale on Saturday. All...

Scenic Rim council seeks feedback on budget plans

SCENIC Rim Regional Council has opened community consultation to get feedback of the draft 2023-2024 budget. Councillors voted to adopt the budget draft at the...

Farm Gate Trail fun at Tommerup’s Dairy

Cooler weather and clear skies provided perfect conditions for the Scenic Rim Farm Gate Trail held on April 2. Armed with downloadable maps provided by...

Pilot makes emergency landing in new Boonah housing estate

BOONAH police have reported an aviation incident last week. In a statement released to the media, police said the incident involved a trainee pilot who...

Future still rosy for Dunn filly

Beaudesert horse trainer Jeff Dunn narrowly missed out on another victory for his two-year old filly Glass of Rose in race one of the...

Solar Eclipse hurrah

While Ningaloo, on the north west coast region of Western Australia will experience the first of five solar eclipses that Australia will experience over...

Emergency storm recovery payments made available in two more Logan suburbs

Federal disaster payments have been made available to residents in two additional Logan suburbs as the fallout from last year’s Christmas storms continue. Yarrabilba and...