Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Articles from March 25, 2011

10 Things to Do This Weekend
Warwick Show starts today THE 2011 Warwick Show promises to be better than ever with pavilion events, livestock sales, equestrian competition, family fun and live entertainment (see program next page) When: Today, tomorrow, Sunday Where: Warwick...
Ex-Olympian Will Bring Our Runners Up to Speed; Gerrard Keating Held the Australian 100m Record of 10.14s for 10 Years
Byline: GERARD WALSH AN OLYMPIAN who held the Australian 100-metre record for a decade will be guest speaker at the Daily News/Warwick Credit Union Senior Sports Star of the Year dinner on April 4 at the Warwick RSL Club. Gerrard Keating now...
Former Headmaster to Be Farewelled; Eddie Prince Lived by Simple but Strong Philosophies
Byline: KERRI BURNS-TAYLOR AND EMMA CHANNON WARWICK last week lost a true gentlemen and quintessential Englishmen in former Slade School headmaster Eddie Prince, who has died at the age of 88. Mr Prince taught at Slade School before becoming...
Half a Century as Sweethearts. When You Marry the ,Cyrather Wild' Boy Just Half-a-Block Away It Can Be a Case Of
Byline: TONI SOMES HE was the boy-next-door, who went from a rock-throwing C[pounds sterling]rather wildC[yen] school student to a tall, dark handsome young man she wanted to hold hands with. This is the 50-year love story of Margaret and Tom...
Is Your Street Worst in State? the Search Is Now on for Queensland's Most Damaged Roads and the RACQ Asks
Byline: JENNA CAIRNEY Roads Survey The RACQ's 2011 Unroadworthy Roads Survey closes March 31. Visit www.racq.com/badroads or call RACQ's Traffic and Safety Department on 07 3872 8925. FOR SEVEN years Jade Watson has seen pothole after pothole...
It's Show Time! Warwick Set for Big Show; Students Treated to a Preview
Byline: KERRI BURNS-TAYLOR THE Warwick Show holiday and weekend has finally arrived and a group of students from Warwick schools was yesterday treated to a VIP horse show and sideshow alley tour as a prelude. Warwick East and Warwick High School...
Keen Snappers Focus on Perspective
THE Warwick Camera Group March topic was perspective and the photos presented this month all had a similar take on the theme, using linear perspective to create a vanishing point towards the back of the frame. Perspective helps to add depth to a...
May in the Firing Line
CAN Craig Cantwell and his fellow Wheatvale pacemen get Allora trump card Adam May out cheaply? That is one of the questions that will determine whether Wheatvale or Allora become the victors the reserve grade premiership at Mayhew Oval tomorrow....
No Quick Fix for Rifle
ALLORA'S damaged war memorial won't be fixed in time for Anzac Day, but council officers have assured the public they are working on a repair. The soldier's rifle on the stone, a South African Boer War memorial, was broken off by a local youth....
Our Blades Cut the Grade; Trio in Squadto Challengelittle Athletesat State Titles
Byline: GERARD WALSH THREE Blades brothers, Mason, Kobi and Jacob, have qualified for the state championships in little athletics which start today at the State Athletics Centre in Brisbane. All three were regulars at weekly Warwick Little Athletics...
YOUR LETTERS; Many Are Prepared to Back Campus Concept for Future
Slade not all about the bottom line I APPRECIATE that the Slade Campus has been held until such time that people from within the community can see their way forward to relieving council of the responsibility of holding and caring for Slade Campus....
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