Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Articles from September 4, 2014

Club Proud of Efforts; A Letter by Cowboys Secretary Garry Hanson
I AM very proud of the achievements of all 100 senior and 31 under-18 players registered with the Cowboys for 2014. Our under-18 squad was a very young one and although missing out on the semi-finals, they always played with the true Cowboys spirit...
Families Face Off
Gerard Walsh Sports reporter Grand finals Friday night - Mixed Saturday morning - Junior Saturday evening - A-grade HOCKEY: Three mother-and-daughter combinations will play in the Warwick women's A-grade hockey grand final on Saturday....
Parade Carries Spirit of Festival
A SPECTACULAR feature of the Rose and Rodeo Festival is the lively Warwick Credit Union Street Parade. It is also a major festival drawcard for local residents. To celebrate the 150th birthday of the Warwick Daily News, this year's parade has...
Parents Sigh in Relief at Survival of Bonus
Kerri Moore Reporter THE budget guillotine hovered above it, but the Schoolkids Bonus has survived - much to the relief of the region's mums and dads. This week the Federal Government announced the payments, which consist of an annual payment...
Probus Views Robotic Dairy
ROSE City Probus Club and their friends had a treat recently when they travelled to Dennis' Robotic Dairy, about 10km south of Beaudesert, at Tamrookum. Members from the Beaudesert Probus club joined the tour enroute to the dairy. Morning tea provided...
Rail Link Could 'Put Us on Map' Inland Rail Could Boost Region; Brisbane-Melbourne Inland Rail Could Come Via Warwick
Casandra Garvey Subeditor THE option of the Melbourne to Brisbane inland rail route coming through the west of Warwick is back on the table, opening up carriage-loads of possibilities for our region. Federal Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott...
Redbacks Aiming to Break 26-Year Drought
MY walk to help promote a possible Warwick-Wattles grand final in the TRL is off, but now the Warwick Aussie rules boys want me to wear a Redbacks coat for a year if they win the grand final. It is a great offer and if it happens please don't tell...
Reliable Water Is One Step Nearer; Dam Plan on Federal List
Erin Smith Reporter EXCITED is how deputy chair of the Stanthorpe Community Reference Panel, Stephen Tancred, felt when he learnt Emu Swamp Dam had found its way onto the Federal Government short list of future dam projects. The plans for...
Repeat Set Will Leave Roosters Crowing
RUGBY LEAGUE: Sydney Roosters defeat South Sydney Rabbitohs 24-12 to claim the minor premiership. No, the result of tonight's blockbuster clash at Allianz Stadium to kick off the final round of NRL home-and-away games hasn't been pre-determined....
Respected Reverend Set to Say Goodbye
Michael Cormack Reporter ONE of the most popular and involved members of the Warwick community will soon be saying his goodbyes. Reverend Tony Schumack has taken up a chaplaincy job with the Australian Defence Force and will head to Wagga...
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