Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Articles from August 5, 2011

10 Things to Do This Weekend
Try your hand at bowls THE Warwick Bowls Club has a come-and-try day tomorrow at its club opposite Warwick Police Station. Players of all ages are welcome and will receive some coaching. When: Tomorrow, 1pm to 4pm. Where: Warwick Bowls...
Cabbies Give Tamworth Aspecial Lift
IF you happen to be passing through or staying at Tamworth between now and festival time you will see a lot of the local country music artists names featured on the city's cabs. Tamworth Radio Cabs have adorning nearly all their fleet of cabs this...
Champ of Champs Signs on; TeamVodafone Grabs Bourdais
FOUR-TIME Champ Car World Series Champion Sebastien Bourdais will join TeamVodafone for its on-track assault at this year's Armor All Gold Coast 600. The former F1 pilot is one of the most accomplished Champ Car drivers globally, having won four...
Club Keeps on Rolling to 50th
Byline: GERARD WALSH ANSWERS about the first 50 years of the Freestone Indoor Bowls Club radiate back to one fact Co everyone enjoys the friendship of fellow bowlers each Tuesday night at the Freestone Hall. While many clubs have operated from...
Computer Hackers Target Two Warwick Businesses; Technician Shocked to Discover First Instances of Invasion in Seven Years of Business
Byline: KERRI BURNS-TAYLOR Beware! Signs your website may have been targeted by hackers: Displaced images or anything on your website that doesn't look right. Hackers will often target a picture and make subtle changes, including the colour,...
Cowboys Set to Down the Hawks
Teams A Grade: Hayden McNicol, Chris McGahan, Michael O'Keeffe, Travis Burton, Andrew Ryan, Vinnie Mei, Paul Cantwell, John Trindall, Aaron McVeigh (c), Garry Ellery, Brayden Hockings, Josh Klein, Michael West, Lincoln Cutmore, David Hallman, Jake...
Deans Tips an A[euro][approximately]epic Encounter'
AUCKLAND: Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has tipped tomorrow's Bledisloe Cup clash and World Cup dress rehearsal to be an aepic encountera full of daring rugby. It will also be a battle of the ages. New Zealand have picked the most experienced...
Development Stalls on Road Widening Ruling
THE intersection of Wood and Albion Sts does not need widening says the Department of Traffic and Main Roads, despite asking a business owner to foot the bill for a similar project. The department is in the midst of a tug-of-war with Criterion Hotel...
Race Named after Roche
TERRY Roche expects to catch up with plenty of old mates when he returns to Warwick to watch a race named in his honour at the Repco meeting at Allman Park on August 20. After leaving school, Terry worked in the bush with horses and cattle before...
Rubbish a Waste of Money
Byline: EMMA CHANNON ONE business owner has rubbished the new commercial waste collection system since Southern Downs Regional Council (SDRC) handed over the reigns to commercial provider JJ Richards. The small business owner, who asked not to...
Shocks Street; Violent Home Invasion Leaves Couple in Hospital
Byline: EMMA CHANNON GLENNIE Heights residents are shocked, but not surprised, by Wednesday night's attack on two residents. A couple were hospitalised after being bashed by four intruders at their Weewondilla Rd home. Police said it appeared...
Work Hard, Play Hard in D-Max Dual Cab Ute
ISUZU has been in the automotive industry for more than 100 years and built its first truck in 1919 and first diesel engine in the 1930s, the company having an enviable history. The test vehicle is the D-Max dual-cab LS model with automatic transmission,...
YOUR LETTERS; Rising to the Defence of the Intelligence of the Donkey
I FEEL I must protest the use of the term C[pounds sterling]donkey voteC[yen] as used in Thursday's article about local author Mr McLeod's opinion of our democratic process. The term applies to the practice of one deliberately negating their right...