Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Articles from February 11, 2012

Autumn Flower Show Worth Diary Entry; in the Garden with Will Gee
EARLY next month there will be a display of flowers which you shouldn't miss. This is the Warwick Horticultural Society's Annual Autumn Flower Show, a spectacular display illustrating the range of plants which can be grown in our district. For...
Beautiful, Bizarre Vietnam; Jenna Cairney Takes in the Good, the Best and the Russian in Da Nang, Hoi an and Nha Trang
I FOUND paradise. It's a place you feel like you're floating. You sleep between pristine sheets in a magnificent four-poster bed, in an open plan room leading to a stunning bathroom with sunken marble bath tub, which looks out onto your own private...
Bligh's Star Still Shines
jeremy sollars deputy editor editor@warwickdailynews.com.au I SPENT the first two days of this week at a company editors' meeting up at Maroochydore where, among other things, we received visits from both CyCan Do' Campbell Newman and his...
City Secures State Pony Club Titles
AFTER a busy April in horse power sports, the action will return in September when zone 21 hosts the Queensland Pony Club State Championships at Morgan Park and Killarney. The event has been secured by the zone and formal gymkhana, sporting and...
Crim Has Sentence Reduced Serial Criminal Could Get 18-Month Cut
Shannon Newley Reporter A SERIAL criminal could walk free almost 18 months earlier than expected after his sentence was appealed in Warwick's District Court yesterday. In the Warwick Magistrates Court in October Timothy Andrew Butler, 20,...
Dave Got the Ball Rolling; Wedding Bells with Emma Channon
KARINA Sommerlad could have met her future husband when she was living in Sydney, Tamworth or Gatton a but as fate would have it, her perfect match had been under her nose all along. The communications officer fell in love with now-husband David...
Eyesore on the Way out; Only Days Remain until New Poster Spruces Up Highway Billboard
Emma Channon Reporter Local signs Annual permits issued by council for advertising signs. No fees for permits returned before the September 30 deadline. THE owner of the highway billboards that have been labelled an eyesore has defended...
Great Hall Project a Team Effort; TODAY We Feature the Second in a Two-Part Series on the History of the Warwick SHS Great Hall, as the School's 150th Anniversary Approaches in May
Byline: Stephany Steggall, for the high school anniversary committee IN 1975 the first Miss Warwick High School contest was held. The contest developed into the Mr and Miss Warwick High School Personality competitions in 1976 and 1977. These...
Greg's Big-Time Match; Emma Channon Catches Up with Greg Louis
CRICKETER Greg Louis began his cricket career as a youngster in the front yard, using squash cans as wickets and sticks as bats. Today, he will appear on the TV screen when he flies the Queensland flag and tackles New South Wales in a state-of-origin...
It's a Crowded Ladder
Nick Inmon Cricket writer WITH A and reserve grade teams now decided, and with less than one victory separating the top four teams, the season is starting to hot up. Allora v Inglewood, reserves (12.30pm today, Slade Park) A slow start...
Jenna's Must Do List
Sleep Fusion Maia, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang Co fusionmaiadanang.com This resort is simply paradise, perfect for honeymoons or just to pamper yourself. Choose from pool villa, spa villa or grand beach villa. Situated right on China Beach. Sheraton...
Mark on Rescue Mission
Jenna Cairney Chief of staff NINETEEN years of experience as an army reserve officer doesn't just fall by the wayside when you stand down. No one knows that more than Southern Downs man Mark Saunders. Because his family situation changed,...
Reliving Past the Romance of Restoration
AS A horse-drawn carriage clip-clops down the street, for a fleeting moment, spectators forget what period they're living in and are taken back to the 19th century. Watching the white horse almost effortlessly pull the impressive carriage is a beautiful...
Sweet Taste of Success
Georja Ryan Reporter WARWICK State High School special education students have pulled out their green thumbs this year, and are the proud owners of a new garden Co the best part it's edible. Students have spent the past two terms building...
Woo Your Lover with These Offers; with Only Three Sleeps until Valentine's Day, Do You Need Some Last-Minute Gift or Getaway ideas?Here's a Handful to Point You in the Right Direction as Tourism Operators Fall over Themselves to Offer Great Deals
WHY not go for adventure to really get that heart pumping? Caloundra-based Sunshine Coast Skydivers is offering the ultimate romantic experience a its new Sunset Spectacular Beach Tandem Skydive from 14,000ft. The Valentine's offer includes a...
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