November 2019

Published a story 20th Nov 2019 3:57 PM

Pies are flying off the shelf quicker than the bakers can cook them.

Newest bakery struggles to keep up with pie popularity

Pies are flying off the shelf quicker than the bakers can cook them.

Published a story 20th Nov 2019 10:41 AM

Finding a carpark in this Somerset town is set to become more difficult, but will have benefits, council says.

Why carpark cut will make life easier for drivers

Finding a carpark in this Somerset town is set to become more difficult, but will have benefits, council says.

Published a story 19th Nov 2019 3:28 PM

Council has given special consideration to a community request to establish a new feedlot.

Severe drought forces council’s hand

Council has given special consideration to a community request to establish a new feedlot.

Published a story 19th Nov 2019 2:41 PM

A death on SH17 was the final straw ending with calls to upgrade the dangerous highway

TIMELINE: Why upgrades to the SH17 road are so crucial

A death on SH17 was the final straw ending with calls to upgrade the dangerous highway

Published a story 19th Nov 2019 1:01 PM

All the glitz and glam from every graduating student as they arrive at the formal.

FORMALS: Every student, every photo right here

All the glitz and glam from every graduating student as they arrive at the formal.

Published a story 19th Nov 2019 10:37 AM

Recent state government recommendations for how to address cyberbullying issues have been passed down to the Somerset Council.

Councillors to go 'beyond' job with cyberbullying training

Recent state government recommendations for how to address cyberbullying issues have been passed down to the Somerset Council.

Published a story 19th Nov 2019 10:11 AM

The QCWA Glamorgan Vale Branch have been hard at work knitting Comfort Bears to donate to the Marburg Police station.

Furry friends for police in need

The QCWA Glamorgan Vale Branch have been hard at work knitting Comfort Bears to donate to the Marburg Police station.

Published a story 18th Nov 2019 5:01 PM

A controversial dog inspection program carried out by a Queensland council has found more than double the amount of unregistered dogs.

Inspection results prove council is barking up right tree

A controversial dog inspection program carried out by a Queensland council has found more than double the amount of unregistered dogs.

Published a story 18th Nov 2019 4:11 PM

Graduating students from Laidley High School made their way to the Laidley Cultural Centre for their formal last week.

Cars, colour, and couples at Laidley High School Formal

Graduating students from Laidley High School made their way to the Laidley Cultural Centre for their formal last week.

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