Local businesses are saying 'enough is enough' after a tiresome battle against failing internet connectivity.
Emergency services were called to an incident after builders noticed a small fire that took out the corner of a roof.
With cakes on display and endless cups of tea and coffee on offer, crowds gathered at the picturesque Jimbour House for Dalby's Biggest Morning Tea.
A local business lost all of its services and files when it rained thanks to faulty internet, and now the business owner is saying enough is enough.
Music teachers and students have been put to a new challenge with a fresh initiative aimed at giving performers more opportunities to hit the stage.
The 19-year-old was scouted while refereeing at a junior touch football competition, and just months later packed his bags for Kuala Lumpur.
Shell QGC welcomed their new cohort of emerging exporters for 2019 at a formal dinner, with two Dalby businesses joining the program.
Dalby's Country Music Social is hosting a few extra special guests for their event this month.
Flu cases have spiked in the Darling Downs, with warnings now being issued about whooping cough.
Hosts Waminda also showed off their new refurbishments and services to businessmen and women for their round of hosting Business After Hours.