Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Articles from October 28, 2009

Clive Proud of Award; Warwick Resident Recalls Top Career
Byline: GERARD WALSH RUNNING on the road at 4am during summer was all in a day's work for Clive Stewart as he won national titles in three weight divisions in the sport of boxing. Earlier this month, Stewart, who moved to Warwick six years ago,...
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Money Offered to Help Improve Mardi Gras
LORRAINE Dent is willing to fork out some of her own money in a bid to get more people involved in the Warwick Rodeo Mardi Gras. Lorraine's Breakfast Lunch and Coffee owner said the change from the rodeo tradition of having the mardi gras further...
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Osborne Still Chairman of Rodeo Board
Byline: ELOISE HANDLEY IT was a busy weekend for the cowboy circuit, with not only the Warwick Rodeo a successful one, but also the historic Australian Professional Rodeo Association (APRA) board of directors meeting which saw one of Warwick's own,...
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Sunshine to Return as the Clouds Clear; El Nino Tipped to Make Summer Hot and Dry
Byline: TONI SOMES AT 89, Rebecca Dippelsmann might occasionally grimace about her arthritis, but she would never complain about watering her garden. "At my age I am lucky to have one," she quipped. Despite her good fortune she would still...
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Trio Jailed over Melee
Byline: JEREMY SOLLARS THREE men involved in a shocking drunken melee - which ended in a stabbing - in a Warwick park last year are today reflecting on their behaviour behind the bars of a prison cell. Nathan Anthony Finnie, Jason Corey Brackin...
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Warwick Loses a True Friend
Claude Douglas Matthews October 8 1938 - October 20 2009 WARWICK bade farewell to well-known identity Claude Matthews last week with a celebration and thanksgiving for his life held at the Warwick Uniting Church. Born in Warwick in 1938, Claude...
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