April 2015

Published a story 21st Apr 2015 6:36 PM

LIVING by yourself can be a very daunting experience, especially for our elderly residents.

LifeGuard system means help is there with push of a button

LIVING by yourself can be a very daunting experience, especially for our elderly residents.

Published a story 21st Apr 2015 6:22 PM

THE team behind the Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival took a bit of the festival on the road to share the event’s quirkiness with the people from the big smoke.

Knitting their way to 2015 Jumpers and Jazz Festival

THE team behind the Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival took a bit of the festival on the road to share the event’s quirkiness with the people from the big smoke.

Published a story 20th Apr 2015 6:35 PM

OUR own Fred Hyde will have one more award to hang on his wall after being dubbed the winner of the national 2015 RSL ANZAC Peace Prize.

Fred left humbled by peace prize win

OUR own Fred Hyde will have one more award to hang on his wall after being dubbed the winner of the national 2015 RSL ANZAC Peace Prize.

Published a story 12th Apr 2015 7:08 PM

DESPITE months of record low interest rates, Warwick residents are still cautious in opening their wallets and the region’s industry leaders can't explain why.

Low rates fail to spark a local spending spree

DESPITE months of record low interest rates, Warwick residents are still cautious in opening their wallets and the region’s industry leaders can't explain why.

Published a story 12th Apr 2015 6:17 PM

THE time of coughs, sneezes and runny noses is fast approaching but Dr Ross Hetherington said it's too hard to predict just how bad the 2015 flu season will be.

Achoo! It’s flu season again

THE time of coughs, sneezes and runny noses is fast approaching but Dr Ross Hetherington said it's too hard to predict just how bad the 2015 flu season will be.

Published a story 7th Apr 2015 6:31 AM

A NEED to restock cattle to train their campdraft horses was what brought the Dwan family to Warwick’s weekly cattle sale.

Dwan family restocking cattle at sale

A NEED to restock cattle to train their campdraft horses was what brought the Dwan family to Warwick’s weekly cattle sale.

Published a story 7th Apr 2015 6:24 AM

THE countdown is on to the annual Barastoc Interstate Polocrosse series, which is held at Warwick’s Morgan Park.

Teams set for tough contest

THE countdown is on to the annual Barastoc Interstate Polocrosse series, which is held at Warwick’s Morgan Park.

March 2015

Published a story 26th Mar 2015 6:52 AM

A CHANCE to meet new people, have a yarn and occasionally pick up a bargain is what brings Warren Robinson to the Pig and Calf Sale almost every week.

Chance for a chat and snag bargains

A CHANCE to meet new people, have a yarn and occasionally pick up a bargain is what brings Warren Robinson to the Pig and Calf Sale almost every week.

Published a story 25th Mar 2015 8:37 PM

AN APPLE a day might help keep the doctor away but three mushrooms a day can go a long way to reducing the risk of breast cancer for women.

Mushrooms are ‘anti-cancer’

AN APPLE a day might help keep the doctor away but three mushrooms a day can go a long way to reducing the risk of breast cancer for women.

Published a story 12th Mar 2015 8:23 PM

WE MISSED them on Australia Day and ringing in 2015, but the Rose City sky yet may light up with fireworks at the first-ever Warwick New Year’s Eve Rodeo.

NYE Warwick rodeo will welcome in 2016

WE MISSED them on Australia Day and ringing in 2015, but the Rose City sky yet may light up with fireworks at the first-ever Warwick New Year’s Eve Rodeo.

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