Outback pub raises a glass for cancer

AN outback pub in remote Queensland isn’t the most likely of places to enjoy your Earl Grey.
AN outback pub in remote Queensland isn’t the most likely of places to enjoy your Earl Grey.
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GAMARAD Consulting and the Opposition are backing claims that the state government is stymying development in the north. GAMARAD Consulting and the Opposition are backing claims that the state government is stymying development in the north.
IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office. IT takes a lot to make a climatologist go 'wow' these days, but on May 18, there were plenty of 'wows' in the Bureau of Meteorology’s office.
THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser. THE government needs to stop commissioning endless reports into rail infrastructure and let the building begin, says Luke Fraser.
TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year. TAX depreciation measures for farmers announced in the 2015 Federal Budget will be brought forward to this year.
GAMARAD Consulting and the Opposition are backing claims that the state government is stymying development in the north.
28 May 15 GAMARAD Consulting and the Opposition are backing claims that the state government is stymying development in the north.
PROPERTY Rights Australia chairman Dale Stiller says the Palaszczuk government has failed to grasp that the Vegetation Management Act was not repealed but amended.
28 May 15 PROPERTY Rights Australia chairman Dale Stiller says the Palaszczuk government has failed to grasp that the Vegetation Management Act was not repealed but amended. | Fresh veg management concerns arise  | Strong stance against illegal... 
THE Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) has claimed top gong in the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show (RQFWS) branded beef and lamb competition - with Darling Downs Wagyu.
28 May 15 THE Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) has claimed top gong in the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show (RQFWS) branded beef and lamb competition - with Darling Downs Wagyu.
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GRAIN giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) is preparing to export a potentially record-breaking shipment of sorghum from Brisbane.
28 May 15 GRAIN giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) is preparing to export a potentially record-breaking shipment of sorghum from Brisbane.
THE Department of Natural Resources and Mines is investigating 35 cases of alleged unauthorised clearing of vegetation.
27 May 15  1 THE Department of Natural Resources and Mines is investigating 35 cases of alleged unauthorised clearing of vegetation. | Fresh veg management concerns arise 
THE Diamond Shears at Longreach and Barcaldine’s goat expo have announced they are not going ahead this year due to drought.
27 May 15 THE Diamond Shears at Longreach and Barcaldine’s goat expo have announced they are not going ahead this year due to drought.
HOW do farmers feed the world's ever growing population and the meet the ever increasing demand for higher protein diets?
27 May 15 HOW do farmers feed the world's ever growing population and the meet the ever increasing demand for higher protein diets?
CUNNAMULLA is celebrating a
26 May 15 CUNNAMULLA is celebrating a "mind-blowing" turnaround, after show attendance nearly doubled to more than 2200 people at the weekend. | GALLERY: Cunnamulla's double showstopper
KENTUCKY beef producer Charles Miller is still very impressed that Australia could implement a national livestock identification scheme virtually overnight.
26 May 15 KENTUCKY beef producer Charles Miller is still very impressed that Australia could implement a national livestock identification scheme virtually overnight.
THERE are smiles all around as the 2014-15 mungbean season comes to an end.
25 May 15 THERE are smiles all around as the 2014-15 mungbean season comes to an end.
IT may not be the end of the line for western Queensland when it comes to cattle freight.
25 May 15 IT may not be the end of the line for western Queensland when it comes to cattle freight.
AN exciting adventure into the heart of Africa is something many dream of.
24 May 15 AN exciting adventure into the heart of Africa is something many dream of.
THINK of a 'farmer' and chances are you'll imagine a bloke. Women are often not given the credit due to them in agriculture.
24 May 15 THINK of a 'farmer' and chances are you'll imagine a bloke. Women are often not given the credit due to them in agriculture.
IT'S battled both war and drought but, thanks to dedicated committees over the years, the community of Miles celebrated its 100th Show on Tuesday.
23 May 15 IT'S battled both war and drought but, thanks to dedicated committees over the years, the community of Miles celebrated its 100th Show on Tuesday.
YOU may remember the Ice Bucket Challenge - an extraordinary social media campaign that filled newsfeeds across the world late last year
23 May 15 YOU may remember the Ice Bucket Challenge - an extraordinary social media campaign that filled newsfeeds across the world late last year
STUDENTS of the Blackall State School had the pleasure of singing with country music star Troy Cassar-Daley last Friday.
23 May 15 STUDENTS of the Blackall State School had the pleasure of singing with country music star Troy Cassar-Daley last Friday.
THANKS to 100 millimetres of soaking rain at the start of May, Dalby district farmer Glenn Pumpa is again optimistic.
23 May 15 THANKS to 100 millimetres of soaking rain at the start of May, Dalby district farmer Glenn Pumpa is again optimistic.
YOU don't have to travel far in the bush to find someone who enjoys a cuppa and smoko - particularly if you've been around Condamine, in the western Darling Downs, of late.
22 May 15 YOU don't have to travel far in the bush to find someone who enjoys a cuppa and smoko - particularly if you've been around Condamine, in the western Darling Downs, of late.
VETERAN cattle producer Eric Nobbs passed on Thursday afternoon, surrounded by his family, at the Biloela Hospital.
22 May 15 VETERAN cattle producer Eric Nobbs passed on Thursday afternoon, surrounded by his family, at the Biloela Hospital. | Remembering an icon: Eric Nobbs  | GALLERY: Remembering Eric Nobbs
QUEENSLAND Country Life's final feature length interview with Central Queensland cattleman, Eric Nobbs.
22 May 15  1 QUEENSLAND Country Life's final feature length interview with Central Queensland cattleman, Eric Nobbs. | Qld salutes a legend  | GALLERY: Remembering Eric Nobbs
PETER and Thumper Clark might have a raging drought happening at Leander, just west of Longreach, but they still grow prize-winning sheep.
22 May 15  1 PETER and Thumper Clark might have a raging drought happening at Leander, just west of Longreach, but they still grow prize-winning sheep.
CENTRAL Queensland bull riders Sonny Schafferius and Ryan Storey will be two to watch in the annual Nebo Rodeo on Saturday.
22 May 15 CENTRAL Queensland bull riders Sonny Schafferius and Ryan Storey will be two to watch in the annual Nebo Rodeo on Saturday.
LIVESTOCK transporters are one step closer to driving type 2 road trains through to the Roma Saleyards from western routes.
22 May 15 LIVESTOCK transporters are one step closer to driving type 2 road trains through to the Roma Saleyards from western routes.
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" WE might get back to you " ? Since when Nico did you start working for the BOM or any other
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"Science is based on probabilities",is Nico an SP bookie?No science is based on certainties and
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Some of us live in the real world of business, nico. Banks don't operate on the basis of 'if' or
THE reputation of Australia’s cattle industry as a whole and the live export sector in particular came in for scrutiny by CPC CEO Troy Setter.07 May 15  2 THE reputation of Australia’s cattle industry as a whole and the live export sector in particular came in for...
MORE than 300 jobs could be created on the Darling Downs if local company FK Gardner and Sons' plan to build a new abattoir is approved. 
30 Apr 15  2 MORE than 300 jobs could be created on the Darling Downs if local company FK Gardner and Sons' plan to build a new...