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Sat 26 May 2018

Kingy's pie-eating competition at Casino Beef Week

Kingy's pie-eating competition at...

The juniors get stuck into their pies during the three-minute Kingy's pie-eating competition at Casino Beef Week. Video: Liana Turner

Toowoomba work riders stood down

Toowoomba work riders stood down

THREE Clifford Park track workers have been stood down by QRIC stewards after allegedly testing positive to illicit drugs during no-notice testing in Toowoomba.

GALLERY: Beef Week gets messy with pie-eating challenge

GALLERY: Beef Week gets messy with pie-eating challenge

Punters have enjoyed a real taste of the beef industry during the Kingy's pie-eating competition at Casino Beef Week

Make a pet pooch a pal

Make a pet pooch a pal

BOWEN and Collinsville Pet Rescue is pleading for people to adopt pets after a dramatic spike in the number of animals at the shelter.

Emergency services respond to rollover just outside Warwick

Emergency services respond to rollover just outside Warwick

ONE car was reportedly involved in the crash.

NAB outage impacts online banking and EFTPOS Australia wide

NAB outage impacts online banking and EFTPOS Australia wide

NAB is scrambling to recover after a four-hour outage left customers and businesses fuming over failed transactions.

Old and Gold puts Brunswick Heads on the map

Old and Gold puts Brunswick Heads on the map

THE Old and Gold Festival started out as an all-town garage sale at Brunswick Heads which helped the growth of the local secondhand retail industry.

800,000 influenza vaccines secured

800,000 influenza vaccines secured

800,000 influenza vaccines for Australians right across the country have been secured by the Australian government

1,996 and counting: Record field for Rocky River Run

1,996 and counting: Record field for Rocky River Run

Run, walk or crawl, team captain determined to finish 10km event

Diana proves age is just a number

Diana proves age is just a number

77-YEAR-OLD Dalby woman Diana Wenham has recently graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Diploma in Family History.

Cato victory pays homage to Garth Prowd

premium_icon Cato victory pays homage to Garth Prowd

WOLLONGONG chef Brendan Cato had plenty to smile about as he took out the inaugural Runaway Noosa Marathon on Saturday.

Brendan Cato won the inaugural Runaway Noosa

Brendan Cato won the inaugural Runaway Noosa Marathon on Saturday.

Miracle after teen’s camp accident

Miracle after teen’s camp accident

THE Brisbane teenager, who was involved in a horrific accident on a high ropes course at his school camp, is on the road to recovery.

UPDATE: Woman hospitalised after Highway crash near Gympie

UPDATE: Woman hospitalised after Highway crash near Gympie

The woman was the sole occupant of the vehicle.

Jazz and gospel show will take you to heaven

Jazz and gospel show will take you to heaven

MUSICIAN Harry James Angus brings his new album, Struggle with Glory, to the Northern Rivers.

Hearty boost for Rural Fire Services with new defibrillators

premium_icon Hearty boost for Rural Fire Services with new defibrillators

At a summit this morning, Minister Craig Crawford announced a 'much-needed' feature for rural and regional fire service vehicles.

End-of-life choices up front with folders

End-of-life choices up front with folders

Paramedics will have quick access to a patients' important end-of-life-care choices if they face a medical emergency thanks to an Australian-first system

Experience the Galle Literary Festival with Jennifer Byrne

Experience the Galle Literary Festival with Jennifer Byrne

JOIN Australian journalist and television presenter Jennifer Byrne as she leads the Secret Women's Series, unique Sri Lankan Tales tour.

WARWICK SALEYARDS: Council to hold meeting to discuss future

WARWICK SALEYARDS: Council to hold meeting to discuss future

HAVE your say about the future of our saleyards at an upcoming public meeting.

GALLERY: Gympie High takes the lead on reconciliation

premium_icon GALLERY: Gympie High takes the lead on reconciliation

Hundreds of Gympie State High School students acknowledged National Reconciliation Week with a special parade and luncheon on campus yesterday.

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