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River to showcase sculptures
QUEANBEYAN City Council has put the wheels in motion for the town's very first outdoor exhibition with the launch of the inaugural Clearwater Sculpture Prize.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
McLean returns in hunger of another Queanbeyan Blues premiership
HE returned to the Blues from England this season and played just three games before injury ruined his season, but now Queanbeyan Blues halfback Andrew McLean is eager as ever to win the Canberra Raiders Cup.
Jumping Jack's got the voice
QUEANBEYAN'S Jack Hermans is readjusting to life as a regular teen - going to high school and skateboarding in his spare time - following his elimination on The Voice Kids.
Andy Blair happy despite missing Commonwealth Games top 10
IT was too fast a start to the race he was after that he says cost him a top 10 finish, but Queanbeyan mountain biker Andrew Blair will come away from his first ever Commonwealth Games a happy man nonetheless.
Mr Fluffy's deadly promise to 'retain effectiveness forever' in...
Family among 1000 living in fear after discovering their home was sprayed with deadly asbestos product called Mr Fluffy 50 years ago Company, Mr Fluffy, sprayed asbestos in more than 1,000 homes in Canberra and NSW in the 1960s and the 1970s A distraught family has been forced out of their home in NSW after it was discovered their property is one ... (more)
ACT to request loan to help solve Mr Fluffy asbestos crisis
The ACT Government will ask the Commonwealth for a low interest loan or fund, potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars, to help it solve the region's asbestos crisis.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
'Here Come the Dogs' the debut novel by Queanbeyan raised author Omar Musa
"I hope it sparks unease. Unease is the best thing to provoke because it means people are capable of change."
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Council split on cinema proposal
ONE possible cinema operator has said it will walk away from constructing a cinema complex in Queanbeyan following a Council decision on Wednesday night not to immediately enter a Memorandum of Understanding process with Metro Cinemas.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Burning desires on stage at The Q
IT IS GERMANY in the early 1600s, when persecutions for heresy and witchcraft threatened to engulf the whole of Europe in their fury.
Police celebrate Tristan's quick thinking
YOUNG Queanbeyan man Tristan Kilpatrick had been driving for just three weeks when he found himself saving the life of another road user.
All aboard the Kokonut Pacific
EACH year the Queanbeyan Business Awards aims to uncover and champion many of the hidden gems that can be found among the local business landscape.
Winter Christmas comes to Qbn
THE QUEANBEYAN Performing Arts Centre will be decked out in tinsel and other festive bits and bobs in preparation for this Sunday's Christmas in July market.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Queanbeyan City FC under 13s | Little Champs | Gallery
The Queanbeyan City Football Club under 13s side participated in the recent Kanga Cup tournament held in Canberra.
Queanbeyan Whites out to end Tuggeranong's dynasty
QUEANBEYAN Whites coach Adam Fahey said he was "lost for words" and proud of his men for stepping up and destroying the Wests Lions to finish in second place on the John I Dent Cup ladder last Saturday.
Queanbeyan online - July 25
A look at what's was being posted in and around Queanbeyan in the last seven days.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Drink driver crashes car into concrete wall
AN OAKS Estate man has crashed his Holden Astra into the concrete wall underneath the Collett Street Bridge this morning.
Mr Fluffy asbestos: Anger over 'forgotten' NSW victims with loose asbestos roof insulation
Residents in New South Wales are turning up the pressure on the State Government to provide assistance to home owners with potentially deadly asbestos roof insulation.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Queanbeyan Whites v Wests Lions | Gallery
Highlights from the Queanbeyan Whites' 47-24 win over the Western Districts Lions in round 14 of the John I Dent Cup at Jamison Oval last Saturday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Queanbeyan Tigers must recruit to move forward: Klemke
THEY may be adamant that junior development is the way to turn the club back into a North East Australian Football League stronghold, but Queanbeyan Tigers' co-coach Kade Klemke has revealed they will recruit as well as they can too.
'Not doom and gloom' for Queanbeyan Whites for final round
A LOSS to heavy rivals the Gungahlin Eagles has put the Queanbeyan Whites in danger of missing the top two and a second chance in the finals, with the side slipping to third with one round to go.