Customers flock back for much needed beauty treatment

Premium Content Customers flock back for much needed beauty treatment

THIS Chinchilla business opened it’s door today after forcing to close due to...

Miles weightlifters keep lifting through isolation

Premium Content Miles weightlifters keep lifting through isolation

Find out how they have kept up with their training while gyms have been closed.

Accommodation providers welcome easing of restrictions

Premium Content Accommodation providers welcome easing of restrictions

Operating at 60 per cent less capacity, a Miles motel is hoping to fill more rooms...

COVID-19 WEDDING: Chinchilla couple marries amid pandemic

Premium Content COVID-19 WEDDING: Chinchilla couple marries amid pandemic

With the dream date, location and partner it was an easy decision for the newlyweds...

Miles pub owner reveals when venue will re-open

Premium Content Miles pub owner reveals when venue will re-open

WITH restrictions easing this Saturday, it won’t make a difference for this Miles...

FULL LIST: Council facilities opened and closed this weekend

Premium Content FULL LIST: Council facilities opened and closed this weekend

Find out what parks and other council facilities in the Western Downs will open...

Backpacker's experience of being stuck in Miles for 3 months

Premium Content Backpacker's experience of being stuck in Miles for 3 months

DESPITE being a trip no like other, she will leave a Western Downs town with a rich...

DANCING QUARANTINE: Teacher’s innovative lessons

Premium Content DANCING QUARANTINE: Teacher’s innovative lessons

Chinchilla dance teacher finds innovative way to challenge her students and level...

NURSE DAY: Celebrating our workers at the forefront of the pandemic

Premium Content NURSE DAY: Celebrating our workers at the forefront of the...

THE importance of our region’s nurses has been made paramount which has been...

What’s behind continued car theft despite COVID-19 lockdowns

Premium Content What’s behind continued car theft despite COVID-19 lockdowns

THE remaining car theft problem has forced police to issue an important message to...

TOP STORIES: Local news you may have missed this week

Premium Content TOP STORIES: Local news you may have missed this week

Here are the top 10 stories you may have missed this week.

PREMATURE: Community believes less restrictions are too soon

Premium Content PREMATURE: Community believes less restrictions are too soon

WE asked your opinion and heres how you responded. Plus the mayor shares his...

Golfers encouraged back on the course for social games

Premium Content Golfers encouraged back on the course for social games

The club has announced it will be open to member and non-members but social...

Western Downs councillors vote on region’s deputy mayor

Premium Content Western Downs councillors vote on region’s deputy mayor

AT THE first council meeting since the March Local Government elections, the new...

Lions club give generous donation to help Illoura residents

Premium Content Lions club give generous donation to help Illoura residents

Chinchilla’s Illoura Village’s outdoors space which ensures residents health...

Unique idea shines through the country on Anzac Day

Premium Content Unique idea shines through the country on Anzac Day

The Miles mum speaks about why she came up with the idea to decorate the mailbox...

Heroes of the pandemic: Service with a smile

Premium Content Heroes of the pandemic: Service with a smile

Biloela store sells eight months of toilet paper in the space of four weeks

Miles business owner finds another way to keep shop thriving

Premium Content Miles business owner finds another way to keep shop thriving

Loosing a lot of clients due to travel restrictions, Lisa Kennedy has launched an...

Western Downs police put an end to a sixteenth birthday

Premium Content Western Downs police put an end to a sixteenth birthday

A SWEET 16th birthday party turned sour when police showed up for the revellers...

Five per cent of Chinchilla students attend school in person

Premium Content Five per cent of Chinchilla students attend school in person

Here’s what it’s like for Chinchilla teachers at empty schools with most students...

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