$26 million biorefinery expansion fuels jobs, grain demand

A $26 MILLION expansion of an ethanol bio refinery will generate 50 jobs and potentially boost demand for Darling Downs sorghum.

$10M worth of gear to go under the hammer

READY TO SELL: Tony Sanna of Hassalls with one of the pumps to be auctioned off.s

Bargain hunters are expected flock to an auction

Dalby actress to star in movie

LOCAL CELEBRITY: Nancy Evans is starring as the taxi driver in The Second, a film by Screen Queensland.

Nancy Evans steps out of her comfort zone and into a feature role.

Bunya Park stand finally demolished

TORN DOWN: The old grandstand at Bunya Park Racecourse has been demolished.

Racecourse grandstand finally demolished

Grieving mum speaks out after son loses depression battle

IN OUR MEMORY: Brandon Bazley passed away on Friday, June 2.

Debie Bazley urges others to look for the "little light”.

Renovated bridge will open tomorrow

Dalby's Jacko Cavanagh Bridge will be open to the public tomorrow.

The Jacko Cavanagh bridge will be open to the public tomorrow

Woman in hospital after Ducklo crash

CRASH: Car and truck crash in Ducklo.

A woman ins in hospital after a truck and car crash in Ducklo

Ute stolen as farmer works on tractor in paddock

Ute parked off highway stolen as farmer toils away in paddock

Budget delivers job help

FUNDING BOOST: Minister for Local Government Mark Furner met with Western Downs Mayor Paul McVeigh to discuss the Palaszczuk Government's $2.59 million dollar injection into local projects, as part of the Works For Queensland program.

Money for the Downs

Cop convicted over woman's highway death loses appeal

Roma police constable Fabio Armando Mazza (left) has lost an appeal after being found guilty of dangerous driving causing death and injury.

Improbable to suggest motorcyclist to blame for crash, judge says

Vegan cafe with Coast's best burger gains popularity

TASTY: Wallea Eaglehawk and Alex Coolican from Delicats Vegan Cafe with their famous vege burger.

Voted Coast's most popular burger - and here's why

Soldier punches above her weight and deploys with unit

WAR FACE: Toowoomba's Monica Fortunaso is a health professional by day but on weekends she is involved with the Alpha Company of the 25/49
 Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment.

Runs 2.4 km army fitness test in 9 minutes and does 63 push ups

Prime CBD site sold as laneway culture progresses

The Longs building Ruthven Street has been purchased by a group of investors to be renovated into a series of shops/eateries.  June 2017

How investors and council plan to transform the Toowoomba CBD

Mentors help bright young minds cut to the chase

TEAM: Graeme Acton Beef Connections program participants Richard Rains and Bede Mcalpin.

Graeme Acton Beef Connections mentoring program

Major German supermarket set to open in southeast Queensland

German supermarket giant Kaufland is understood to have approached southeast Queensland councils about a possible distribution centre, which would kickstart the establishment of new supermarkets.

Supermarket giant Kaufland has its eyes firmly on Queensland.

Paul Pisasale: Police pounce on $50,000 fugitive

Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale is cleared of criminal charges by the Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC). Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times

His $50,000 was confiscated from former mayor Paul Pisasale

Tweed shooting: Man arrested after slaying of Ace Hall

A man is taken to the police watchhouse at Southport after an arrest for the slaying of ‘enforcer’ Ace Hall. Picture: Adam Head

NSW detectives are expected to apply for his extradition

High-rise building catches fire in Brisbane suburb

The building is under construction

Shower screen explodes, injuring 4-year-old boy

Megan Tilbury’s four year old son was injured after their shower screen shattered.

Four-year-old boy hit by glass from exploding shower screen

The Princess Diana myth that everyone wants to ignore

Diana, Princess of Wales wearing a black pleated chiffon dress, with floating side panel, by Christina Stamboulian, during a party given at the Serpentine Gallery in London, June 29 1994.

Her story clearly is a story we like to be told over and over again.

SHOCK: Top cop blows four times the legal limit

DEVASTATED: Officer in charge Miriam Vale, Owen Harms was distraught in court today as he faced up drink driving charges.

Miriam Vale sergeant breaks down in court after charge read out.

Driver killed as car and truck collide on SEQ highway

A MAN has died and a teenage girl has been seriously injured after a crash in Logan on Monday afternoon.

The male truck driver, 23, was not seriously injured.

To Sext Or Not To Sext? This Is The Definitive Answer

Sexting can often have legal implications for high school students.

Photo Will Hunter / Dalby Herald

It seems everyone is getting bizay in the erotic cyber sphere

The reason fake news spreads so fast on Facebook and Twitter

Facebook users, like Maddison Bates-Willis, are increasingly time poor and overloaded with information.

Our lack of attention is behind the spread of fake news

Big Brother winner Reggie Bird could end up homeless

BACK in 2003 she won the third season of Big Brother Australia, pocketing $250,000 for her win — but Reggie Bird’s life has been far from easy since then.

The reality star makes a heartbreaking confession

New Zealand wins the America's Cup after 17 years

Helmsman Peter Burling of Emirates Team New Zealand (L) and Skipper Glenn Ashby (R) hold the America's Cup trophy after wining ninth race of the America's Cup in the Great Sound, Bermuda, 26 June 2017

"It's just unreal, it's exactly what we came here to do."

Arizona heatwave sees state hit 48 degrees Celsius

A plastic mailbox melts in Mesa, Arizona.

Arizona has reached a scorching 48C, killing cacti and melting bins

Twisted killer cabbie’s secret murder ‘trophy store’

Sick cabbie Christopher Halliwell is serving life for murdering two women.

Christopher Halliwell could be one of Britain’s worst ­killers

Donald Trump's Muslim travel ban will stay for now

War of words: the US President and Saudi Arabia’s King Salman are joining forces to goad Tehran AP

Trump says decision a 'clear victory for our national security'

'Sensible approach to food, complete lack of decorum'

Shannon Kelly White is the one-woman-band behind popular blog, Shannon's Kitchen.

She has a potty mouth and makes no excuses for it.

NASA 'to reveal it has found alien life'

NASA on verge of revealing alien life find according to Anonymous

WATCH: Speeding tank charges through the streets of Minsk

This is not how to react if you're late for a parade

Breastfeeding in Kmart: Coast mum's bold statement

PUBLIC BREASTFEEDING: This Coast mum took to social media to share her decision to breastfeed in public.

This Coast mum will breastfeed whenever, wherever it's needed.

Ipswich man plays poker with Terminator and Rambo

Former Ipswich resident Glenn Twiddle with Arnold Schwarzenegger.

HE GREW up in Bundamba and is now on the A-list

Kindergarten teacher moonlights as porn star

Teacher fired after refusing to quit her job as a porn star

Brad and Sienna spotted ‘holding hands’

NEWLY single Brad Pitt has sparked plenty of gossip with fellow actor Sienna Miller after the pair were seen together at the Glastonbury festival.

MasterChef: Fish fry feast too much for Ipswich cook

Willowbank native Nicole Stevenson has been eliminated from MasterChef.

NICOLE Stevenson narrowly misses out on MasterChef's Top 10.

Schapelle Corby's Bali boyfriend 'lonely' now she's free

“I really hope we can see each other again in the future."

‘One of the most ludicrous films ever made’

Optimus Prime in Transformers: The Last Knight.

Transformers: The Last Knight has been shredded by critics.

How 9/11 helped make Waleed Aly a household name

Waleed Aly and Susan Carland at the 2016 Logie Awards

“It feels like there was a script written for me,” he said.

Pixar weighs in on viral Toy Story theory

Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story.

DID Andy’s dad tragically die just before the story took place?