Mining clean-up laws too late for Texas

Texas Silver Mine

New laws forcing mining companies to clean up their own mess have come all too late for the Texas community, who fear the damage to the local environment has already been done.   The State Government have announced new laws to prevent businesses from leaving taxpayers to do their dirty … [Read more...]

BreastScreen Queensland Mobile Service to visit Inglewood and Texas

inglewood multipurpose health centre

Women aged 40 and over are encouraged to take advantage of BreastScreen Queensland’s state-of-the-art digital mobile service when it visits Inglewood and Texas next month. BreastScreen Queensland Health Promotion Officer Shenaed Bliss said the accessibility of the mobile service provided a great … [Read more...]

Long jump to nationals for Texas para-athlete

Tom takes out a silver medal for the eleven year old boys para long jump.

Eleven-year-old athlete Tom Ramsay is used to travelling in leaps and bounds, but he never dreamed that he would one day stand on an Olympic podium at the National Primary School Athletics Competition in Canberra. Despite being affected by cerebral palsy, Tom took out the sliver medal for … [Read more...]