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  1. Detail of monument

  2. Daniel Gill stonemason

  3. Toowoomba monument

  4. Toowoomba says no to violence, yes to a helping hand

    A monument dedicated to the victims of violence has been unveiled in Toowoomba. Police say it is a "line in the sand" when it comes to domestic violence.

  5. Cattle at the Roma saleyards

  6. Mort and Co's managing director Charlie Mort discussed new export opportunities for branded beef.

    Mort and Co's managing director Charlie Mort exporting branded beef will lift the reputation of Australian beef globally.
  7. Mort & Co launches beef brand

    One of Australia's largest grain-fed beef producers launches "The Phoenix Range" for the domestic and export market.

  8. Charlie and Wendy Mort are all smiles as their new range of branded beef is officially launched later this week.

  9. Wellcamp airport welcomed its first 747

  10. A map of Queensland in the 747 cockpit

  11. Toowoomba's first 747 landing gets thumbs up

    The visit of a large cargo aircraft to Toowoomba turned into a social occasion as crowds gathered to watch the landing, loading, and take-off from Wellcamp airport.

  12. The 747 is loaded with cargo

  13. Crowd members take photos of the 747 landing

  14. The 747 cargo plane at Wellcamp

  15. The cargo hold of the 747

  16. Night parrot gets funding boost to protect species in Queensland

    A $5 million plan to protect the rare night parrot is given a boost by the Queensland Government, with the Premier announcing a $400,000 package to help save the bird.

  17. Stanthorpe vegetable growers and a Charlton dairy farmer are all counting the cost of damaging storms that hit yesterday afternoon.

    Stanthorpe vegetable grower Tim Harslett, Rugby Farms Dwayne Lihou and Charlton dairy farmer Barry Heinemann have all sustained damage from the storms.
  18. Farmers assess storm damage on the Granite Belt and Darling Downs

    Wild storms hit southern Queensland, with damaging hail and strong winds all part of a dangerous system which stretched over 300 kilometres.

  19. The roof iron peeled off and was strewn across the flat at Barry Heinemann's dairy farm near Charlton.

  20. Old mountain coolibah trees were uprooted at the Heinemann's dairy farm

  21. Severe southern Queensland storms damage homes, crops

    Crops have been damaged, trees uprooted and roofs blown off by a string of severe storms which pelted parts of south-east Queensland late yesterday.

  22. Large hail hits Stanthorpe as storms move across Brisbane and Gold Coast

    A severe thunderstorm dumps golf ball-sized hail on Stanthorpe in southern Queensland and storms sweep across the Gold Coast and Brisbane.

  23. Organic chicken is on board the first freight flight to leave Wellcamp Airport.

  24. First cargo flight leaves Australia's largest private airport

    The man who developed Australia's largest private airport wants to see freighters carry Queensland produce direct to Asia every day.

  25. The 747-8F cargo plane will carry about 70 tonnes of Australian produce direct to Hong Kong

  26. 71yo man drowns while swimming at Chinchilla Weir

    Police have taken statements from witnesses to a drowning at a popular campground on the western Darling Downs in southern Queensland.

  27. Southern inland police catch out drug drivers

    Police say they are concerned by the number of motorists who have been charged with drug driving during a recent operation in Queensland's southern inland.

  28. Forum to discuss Qantas flights to Roma

    A forum is being organised for next month for the Maranoa community, in southern Queensland, to discuss airfares and scheduling of Qantas flights to Roma.

  29. Chickpea prices hold strong

    The record 2015 chickpea crop has been credited with putting some Queensland farmers "back in the black".

  30. Chickpea trader Rob Brealey explains what is influencing current prices.

    Rob Brealey says recent rain in Queensland and unfavourable growing conditions in India are pushing the price of chickpeas up.
  31. Big crowd expected for nuclear waste dump talks

    Plans for a nuclear waste dump in Queensland's southern border region will be debated at a public meeting today.

  32. Three killed in head-on crash with cattle truck in southern Queensland

    Two elderly men and a woman are killed when their four-wheel drive hits a truck on the Gore Highway in Queensland's Darling Downs.

  33. Serious concern about fate of missing Toowoomba teenager

    Queensland Police hold grave concerns for the safety of Toowoomba teenager Emmadilla Peacock-Lewis, who has been missing for seven weeks.

  34. Work set to start on $1.6m Fernvale sports park

    Construction of a new sports park at Fernvale, in southern Queensland, is about to begin, with works expected to be finished by mid next year.

  35. Missing man believed to have owed money to gang

    The father of a Queensland man who has been missing for a year believes his son was murdered because he owed money to alleged criminal gang members.

  36. Comic book seller says nuclear waste dump for southern Queensland has great potential

    The owner of a pop culture store in Toowoomba says a nuclear waste dump in southern Queensland could bring the "fun" of comics to the region.

  37. Peter Campbell

    Peter Campbell
  38. $1.7b Queensland coal seam gas development gets green light

    QGC announces it is going ahead with its $1.7 billion Charlie Fields coal seam gas development on Queensland's Western Downs.

  39. New rating scheme to help Maranoa firms win council contracts

    The Maranoa council in southern Queensland has established a new five-star rating system to give local firms a better chance of winning contracts.

  40. Petition calls for Roma to get new hospital

    A parliamentary petition has been launched calling for a new hospital to be built in Roma in southern Queensland.

  41. Push for return of Kingaroy vehicle inspection service

    The Member for Nanango is urging the Queensland Government to reinstate programmed vehicle inspection services in Kingaroy, in the state's south.

  42. Toowoomba Hospital to revamp medical imaging facilities

    Medical imaging at the Toowoomba Hospital is set to be boosted by another multi-million dollar CT scanner.

  43. Parents rally to stop Kilcoy kindergarten closing

    Parents say they are shocked by the sudden proposed closure of a kindergarten in Kilcoy.

  44. Drought funding to help maintain south-west Qld jobs

    The Paroo Shire Council in south-west Queensland says specia federal drought money will keep up to 40 local contractors employed.

  45. Severe thunderstorms forecast to hit southern Queensland

    A severe thunderstorm warning is issued for parts of southern Queensland for damaging winds, heavy rainfall and large hailstones.

  46. Revised Queensland lockout laws will curb alcohol-fuelled violence: D'Ath

    Labor's plan to revise lockout laws will significantly reduce levels of alcohol-fuelled violence, Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath says, while the Government is criticised by an industry group over a lack of consultation.

  47. Man dies in gyrocopter crash in south-west Queensland

    A 35-year-old father of three has been killed in a gyrocopter crash near Charleville in south-west Queensland, authorities say.

  48. Coronial inquest into coal seam gas worker who died in hot conditions

    The family of a man who died after working in extremely hot conditions calls for new workplace rules in Queensland.

  49. Queensland Resources Council to reveal mining industry blueprint

    The Queensland Resources Council will today announce a six-point plan for the future of the sector.

  50. Storms dump heavy rain, hail on parts of southern Qld

    More than 100 millimetres of rain has fallen in some parts of southern Queensland as a band of storms moved through the region overnight.