Murders shock Biddeston community

THE rural community of Biddeston has been rocked by the deaths of three locals, which police have described as a tragedy
THE rural community of Biddeston has been rocked by the deaths of three locals, which police have described as a tragedy
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GLITZ and glamour was the order of the evening as the red carpet rolled out in St George for the annual Cotton Growers' Awards. GLITZ and glamour was the order of the evening as the red carpet rolled out in St George for the annual Cotton Growers' Awards.
MOTION activated security cameras complete with email notification are the latest tool being used to combat wild dogs. MOTION activated security cameras complete with email notification are the latest tool being used to combat wild dogs.
THE Brangus breed claimed the top price honours at the recent February All Breeds bull sale held at CQLX, Gracemere. THE Brangus breed claimed the top price honours at the recent February All Breeds bull sale held at CQLX, Gracemere.
MARCIA is one super storm that caught Bureau of Meteorology forecasters by surprise. MARCIA is one super storm that caught Bureau of Meteorology forecasters by surprise.
MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of western Queensland to visit local producers and graziers.
“I’m looking forward to getting into the field with local growers and producers to hear directly from them,” Mr Byrne said.
8:50 AM MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of western Queensland to visit local producers and graziers. “I’m looking...
7:44 AM POLICE are continuing to investigate the deaths of three people at an address in Biddeston on Monday evening.
GLITZ and glamour was the order of the evening as the red carpet rolled out in St George for the annual Cotton Growers' Awards.
7:04 AM GLITZ and glamour was the order of the evening as the red carpet rolled out in St George for the annual Cotton Growers' Awards. | GALLERY: St George cotton growers honoured
MOTION activated security cameras complete with email notification are the latest tool being used to combat wild dogs.
3:00 AM  1 MOTION activated security cameras complete with email notification are the latest tool being used to combat wild dogs.
WHEAT varieties that feature improved root-lesion nematode (RLN) resistance are in the pipeline thanks to a GRDC-funded project that has identified resistance genes in wheat cultivars from Australia and CIMMYT, the world's wheat-breeding hub in Mexico, and landraces (traditional, local varieties) from Morocco, Iran and Iraq.
3:00 AM WHEAT varieties that feature improved root-lesion nematode (RLN) resistance are in the pipeline thanks to a GRDC-funded project that has identified resistance genes in wheat cultivars...
MELROSE Wholesale Meats boss Kerry Melrose is in the fight of his life as supermarket giants continue to push discounted meat products onto the market.
3:00 AM MELROSE Wholesale Meats boss Kerry Melrose is in the fight of his life as supermarket giants continue to push discounted meat products onto the market.
ONE of the first-crop heifers by French import D’Angely topped the Charnelle Charolais fifth annual Invitation Female Sale.
02 Mar 15 ONE of the first-crop heifers by French import D’Angely topped the Charnelle Charolais fifth annual Invitation Female Sale.
JUST over 350 head of cattle was run through the Gympie Saleyards on Saturday during the Fortrus stud's Angle Zed herd dispersal.
02 Mar 15 JUST over 350 head of cattle was run through the Gympie Saleyards on Saturday during the Fortrus stud's Angle Zed herd dispersal.
WHEN the dust finally settles on the devastating drought still gripping much of Queensland, Thallon landholder Bill Willis is expecting a full and frank debate about the effectiveness of drought assistance.
02 Mar 15  1 WHEN the dust finally settles on the devastating drought still gripping much of Queensland, Thallon landholder Bill Willis is expecting a full and frank debate about the effectiveness of...
AS hope for grass-growing rain fades around large parts of western Queensland for the third successive year, a network is gearing up to maintain its support for the communities that will bear the brunt of the ongoing natural disaster that's still gripping more than 70 per cent of the state.
02 Mar 15 AS hope for grass-growing rain fades around large parts of western Queensland for the third successive year, a network is gearing up to maintain its support for the communities that will...
PRODUCERS have been left scratching their heads and wondering if they have already been forgotten by Annastacia Palaszczuk.
01 Mar 15  4 PRODUCERS have been left scratching their heads and wondering if they have already been forgotten by Annastacia Palaszczuk.
A FEW years back a US farmer named Joel Salatin wrote a book titled Everything I want to do is illegal.
01 Mar 15 A FEW years back a US farmer named Joel Salatin wrote a book titled Everything I want to do is illegal.
A STEADY stream of cattle and goats have been leaving Dick and Vicci Cribb’s Isisford property for the past 12 months.
01 Mar 15 A STEADY stream of cattle and goats have been leaving Dick and Vicci Cribb’s Isisford property for the past 12 months.
DARLING Downs singer Dana Hassall has made the bold decision to pursue her love of music full time.
01 Mar 15 DARLING Downs singer Dana Hassall has made the bold decision to pursue her love of music full time.
AFTER attracting one of the best crowds in recent years to the 2014 Millmerran Show Rodeo, organiser Henry Wolski is upbeat about the chances of a bumper turnout for this year's rodeo on Saturday. The rodeo is the eighth run by the Australian Professional Rodeo Association and as always, attracts some of the best riders in the nation.
01 Mar 15 AFTER attracting one of the best crowds in recent years to the 2014 Millmerran Show Rodeo, organiser Henry Wolski is upbeat about the chances of a bumper turnout for this year's rodeo on...
PROJECT Catalyst has had a further $500,000 injection from the Coca-Cola Foundation but Canegrowers Australia is refusing to back the plan.
28 Feb 15  1 PROJECT Catalyst has had a further $500,000 injection from the Coca-Cola Foundation but Canegrowers Australia is refusing to back the plan.
IT is not an accurate assumption product being sold through the live export market can be absorbed by Queensland processors.
28 Feb 15  2 IT is not an accurate assumption product being sold through the live export market can be absorbed by Queensland processors.
WHILE graziers have been off-loading cattle as drought conditions continue, one western Queensland business has been having its own fire sale - of plants.
28 Feb 15 WHILE graziers have been off-loading cattle as drought conditions continue, one western Queensland business has been having its own fire sale - of plants.
A WEBSITE born out of feelings of isolation is back and ready to bring people together in 2015.
28 Feb 15 A WEBSITE born out of feelings of isolation is back and ready to bring people together in 2015.
ARGOON farmer Nathan Harch isn't buying the line from SunWater that it was just following standard procedure when water released from Callide Dam last week combined with the Marcia deluge.
28 Feb 15 ARGOON farmer Nathan Harch isn't buying the line from SunWater that it was just following standard procedure when water released from Callide Dam last week combined with the Marcia deluge.
27 Feb 15  1 THE federal government is throwing $53.36 million at Queensland to fix 17 bridges across the state.
SHADOW Agriculture Minister Deb Frecklington flew to Longreach yesterday to see the ongoing drought first-hand.
27 Feb 15 SHADOW Agriculture Minister Deb Frecklington flew to Longreach yesterday to see the ongoing drought first-hand.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott was in Rockhampton this morning, to meet with CQ mayors and survey the damage from TC Marcia.
27 Feb 15 PRIME Minister Tony Abbott was in Rockhampton this morning, to meet with CQ mayors and survey the damage from TC Marcia.
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Technology is closing in on these suckers!
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Firstly do ABARES know what profits are? I have stopped supplying them with info because of the
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More to the point Ag is still struggling to find the money, to pay the staff it needs.
MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of western Queensland to visit local producers and graziers.
“I’m looking forward to getting into the field with local growers and producers to hear directly from them,” Mr Byrne said.
8:50 AM MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of...
27 Feb 15  1 THE federal government is throwing $53.36 million at Queensland to fix 17 bridges across the state.