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Strong interest in additional loans to support agriculture sector and regional jobs

Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries, MarkFurner, said the Primary Industry Productivity Enhancement Scheme (PIPES)administered by the Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority...

There is a humorous side to Coronavirus

1. Half of us are going to come out of this quarantine as amazing cooks;the other half with a drinking problem. 2. I used to...

WoolPoll review puts focus on wool levy process in 2020

The Department of Agriculture, Water and theEnvironment today launched the WoolPoll Review and invited woolgrowers to havetheir say in response to a discussion paper. Woolgrowers...

Curtain not called on Outback Film Festival

Winton will host the seventh annual Vision Splendid Outback FilmFestival this year, despite Covid-19 restrictions forcing the event’spostponement. Originally set down for June 26 to...

LSS welcomes new principal and teacher

Their introduction of Longreach and their newschool was “different” - starting well after the school year commenced and inthe middle of health crisis complete...

Police urge restriction compliance

That’s themessage from Officer-in-Charge of Longreach Police, Senior Sergeant GrahamSeabrook, while urging locals to continue obeying the State Government’sCovid-19 restrictions. With Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk,...

My First Article (HAMISH TRAINING)

LONGREACH State Primary School (LSS) welcomed two newmembers into the school’s faculty family at the beginning of term two:Principal Paul Wells and Instrumental Teacher...

Councillors Stand to Deliver

Intoday’s Longreach Leader, Mayor Rayner says he is looking forward to deliveringfor the community. “Our community has elected agood mix of experience and enthusiasm, and...

Response & Responsibility

During the past week, representatives of The Leader have been discussing the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions and analysing, within the boundaries of readily available information,...

Central West ready, willing and able to combat COVID-19

That’s the reassuring message from Central West Hospital and Health Service chief executive, Jane Hancock. “We have completed plans to prepare our hospitals, multipurpose health...

Caravan Industry calls for cabin accommodation exemption

Stuart Lamont, CEO of Caravan Industry Association of Australia, said that caravan parks located in most rural and regional centres provide valuable and appropriate...

Honour the past, have a future

Since the monument’s opening in May 2011, the Eternal Muster Memorial remembers those who have passed away and honours their legacy through leaf-shaped plaques....

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Longreach and Central West Community Event Billboard

Friday, 24 June Croquet Contact: Jean Williams on 07 4651 2354. Location: Oak Street, Barcaldine Time: 8am First Five Forever An interactive educational experience for children learning to read. Location: Longreach...

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