LESS than two weeks after the community was told it would be at least six months before anythign would happen, Jim Madden got the email of his life last Friday.
AFTER more than 40 years, Gatton’s Lake Freeman has finally been recognised by the State Government.
KNOWING what to do in an emergency was the main message as Gatton-Springdale Rural Fire Brigade celebrated the start of Rural Fire Brigade Week.
THE Weather Bureau might be predicting bad weather, but the Toogoolawah Show Society said the show will go on!
THE annual ‘Poets in the Park’ breakfast at Marburg has been postponed, with organisers concerned about the predicted wet weather.
A FIXTURE around the Lockyer Valley sports scene for many years, as a player and a coach in cricket and rugby league, Jason Cubit is about to take off into a ne
NEAR perfect weather, an amazing line-up of cars and a great crowd was Lisa Noonan described Saturday’s ‘Prenzlau Pride' Car Show at the school
SOME say that charity work can be like climbing a mountain, but for a pair of Lockyer friends, it is the truth.
BUSHFIRES are bad enough for the human residents of the Lockyer Valley, but Ludo Valenza has also seen the impact on native wildlife.
With the annual Red Shield Appeal doorknock just days away, Captain Craig Harlum of the Gatton Salvation Army Temple is asking the community to dig deep.