TOOWOOMBA Regional Council

Latest stories

2d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Stage 4 cancer won’t stop Randall from living a full lifeFAMILY, friends, doctors, nurses and even the dreaded 'chemo' are all Randall F
Stage 4 cancer won’t stop Randall from living a full life
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
FAMILY, friends, doctors, nurses and even the dreaded 'chemo' are all Randall Fraser's 'besties' after a four year battle with bowel cancer. A real estate agent with PRD Realty, Mr Fraser was guest speaker at today's St Vincent's HospitalDaffodil... Read more
2d
Queensland Times
Stage 4 cancer won’t stop Randall from living a full lifeFAMILY, friends, doctors, nurses and even the dreaded 'chemo' are all Randall F
Stage 4 cancer won’t stop Randall from living a full life
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
FAMILY, friends, doctors, nurses and even the dreaded 'chemo' are all Randall Fraser's 'besties' after a four year battle with bowel cancer. A real estate agent with PRD Realty, Mr Fraser was guest speaker at today's St Vincent's HospitalDaffodil... Read more
2d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Remove It Project hailed a successYOUR STORY: In 2012, Toowoomba Police saw a significant increase in property th
Remove It Project hailed a success
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
YOUR STORY: In 2012, Toowoomba Police saw a significant increase in property theft from vehicles across the region. The stolen property was often left visible from outside the car, so with the help of a Safer Queensland Community Grant, Police... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Queensland Times
Remove It Project hailed a successYOUR STORY: In 2012, Toowoomba Police saw a significant increase in property th
Remove It Project hailed a success
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
YOUR STORY: In 2012, Toowoomba Police saw a significant increase in property theft from vehicles across the region. The stolen property was often left visible from outside the car, so with the help of a Safer Queensland Community Grant, Police... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Nexus vows to hire 1350 local workers on bypass buildMAYOR Paul Antonio has vowed to hold Toowoomba Second Range Crossing constructo
Nexus vows to hire 1350 local workers on bypass build
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
MAYOR Paul Antonio has vowed to hold Toowoomba Second Range Crossing constructor Nexus to its pledge to source 75 per cent of its workforce locally. Cr Antonio said he was impressed with the commitment made by Nexus. "I know what this same group... Read more
2d
Queensland Times
Nexus vows to hire 1350 local workers on bypass buildMAYOR Paul Antonio has vowed to hold Toowoomba Second Range Crossing constructo
Nexus vows to hire 1350 local workers on bypass build
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
MAYOR Paul Antonio has vowed to hold Toowoomba Second Range Crossing constructor Nexus to its pledge to source 75 per cent of its workforce locally. Cr Antonio said he was impressed with the commitment made by Nexus. "I know what this same group... Read more
2d
Northern Star
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's historyIN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's history
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
IN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans and the high-profile inquest that was held in 2013. THE murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Ruth Wilson and Wendy Joy Evans in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
The Daily Mercury
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's historyIN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's history
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
IN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans and the high-profile inquest that was held in 2013. THE murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Ruth Wilson and Wendy Joy Evans in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's historyIN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's history
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
IN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans and the high-profile inquest that was held in 2013. THE murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Ruth Wilson and Wendy Joy Evans in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Queensland Times
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's historyIN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's history
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
IN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans and the high-profile inquest that was held in 2013. THE murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Ruth Wilson and Wendy Joy Evans in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
News Mail
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's historyIN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's history
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
IN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans and the high-profile inquest that was held in 2013. THE murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Ruth Wilson and Wendy Joy Evans in... Read more
5 related stories
2d
Daily Examiner
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's historyIN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of
Nurses murders a dark chapter in Toowoomba's history
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
IN part four of The Chronicle's Unsolved Crime series, we revisit the murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans and the high-profile inquest that was held in 2013. THE murder of Sydney nurses Lorraine Ruth Wilson and Wendy Joy Evans in... Read more
5 related stories
3d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Jondaryan Woolshed history saved in the 'click' of timeA 100-YEAR-OLD safe containing significant pieces of Downs Downs heritage was a
Jondaryan Woolshed history saved in the 'click' of time
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
A 100-YEAR-OLD safe containing significant pieces of Downs Downs heritage was almost forgotten had it not been for a random enquiry about some of its contents. Contained within the safe was a time capsule earmarked for opening in 2013. Jondaryan... Read more
3d
Queensland Times
Jondaryan Woolshed history saved in the 'click' of timeA 100-YEAR-OLD safe containing significant pieces of Downs Downs heritage was a
Jondaryan Woolshed history saved in the 'click' of time
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
A 100-YEAR-OLD safe containing significant pieces of Downs Downs heritage was almost forgotten had it not been for a random enquiry about some of its contents. Contained within the safe was a time capsule earmarked for opening in 2013. Jondaryan... Read more
4d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Community anxiously awaiting Acland approvalYOUR SAY: Queensland State Government remains tight lipped on the approval for
Community anxiously awaiting Acland approval
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
YOUR SAY: Queensland State Government remains tight lipped on the approval for the Acland Stage 3 coal mine. This is causing the affected community much anxiety as the failure to allow this expansion will result in many job losses in the area - not... Read more
4d
Queensland Times
Community anxiously awaiting Acland approvalYOUR SAY: Queensland State Government remains tight lipped on the approval for
Community anxiously awaiting Acland approval
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
YOUR SAY: Queensland State Government remains tight lipped on the approval for the Acland Stage 3 coal mine. This is causing the affected community much anxiety as the failure to allow this expansion will result in many job losses in the area - not... Read more
5d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Revue promises "fun-filled two hours" for audienceTHE Scout Association of Australia Queensland Branch Inc. Darling Downs Region
Revue promises "fun-filled two hours" for audience
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
THE Scout Association of Australia Queensland Branch Inc. Darling Downs Region proudly presents the 2015 Darling Downs Revue at the Empire Theatre, Armitage Centre - Heritage Bank Auditorium on Friday August 28 at 7.30pm and Saturday August 29 at... Read more
5d
Queensland Times
Revue promises "fun-filled two hours" for audienceTHE Scout Association of Australia Queensland Branch Inc. Darling Downs Region
Revue promises "fun-filled two hours" for audience
Queensland Times / Posted 5 days ago
THE Scout Association of Australia Queensland Branch Inc. Darling Downs Region proudly presents the 2015 Darling Downs Revue at the Empire Theatre, Armitage Centre - Heritage Bank Auditorium on Friday August 28 at 7.30pm and Saturday August 29 at... Read more
6d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Marble Darling Downs statue rededicated to fallen warriorsA MARBLE statue signifying the sacrifice of the people of Crows Nest has been r
Marble Darling Downs statue rededicated to fallen warriors
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
A MARBLE statue signifying the sacrifice of the people of Crows Nest has been rededicated. More than 100 people turned out for the ceremony for the 97-year-old memorial on Saturday. Crows Nest RSL secretary Brent Willoughby said the statue was the... Read more
6d
Queensland Times
Crows Nest pays tributeA MARBLE statue signifying the sacrifice of the people of Crows Nest has been r
Crows Nest pays tribute
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
A MARBLE statue signifying the sacrifice of the people of Crows Nest has been rededicated. More than 100 people turned out for the ceremony for the 97-year-old memorial on Saturday. Crows Nest RSL secretary Brent Willoughby said the statue was the... Read more
7d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Cyclists voice need for infrastructure at Toowoomba forumCYCLISTS from across Toowoomba have gathered to share their ideas for better in
Cyclists voice need for infrastructure at Toowoomba forum
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
CYCLISTS from across Toowoomba have gathered to share their ideas for better infrastructure in the region. Toowoomba Regional Council held the forum at the Empire Church Theatre on Saturday to engage with the cycling community. Transport engineer... Read more
7d
Queensland Times
Cyclists voice need for infrastructure at Toowoomba forumCYCLISTS from across Toowoomba have gathered to share their ideas for better in
Cyclists voice need for infrastructure at Toowoomba forum
Queensland Times / Posted 7 days ago
CYCLISTS from across Toowoomba have gathered to share their ideas for better infrastructure in the region. Toowoomba Regional Council held the forum at the Empire Church Theatre on Saturday to engage with the cycling community. Transport engineer... Read more
8d
Queensland Times
Nexus says 75% bypass jobs will be go to localsNEXUS says 75% of jobs on the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing will be local as
Nexus says 75% bypass jobs will be go to locals
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
NEXUS says 75% of jobs on the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing will be local as it officially signed a contract on the project. The State Government, the Nexus consortium and the Federal Government put pen to paper to sign a contract on the Toowoomba... Read more
10 related stories
9d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Council launches new brand for Toowoomba regionMAYOR'S DESK: Toowoomba Regional Council has been developing a new brand for th
Council launches new brand for Toowoomba region
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
MAYOR'S DESK: Toowoomba Regional Council has been developing a new brand for the Toowoomba region. It's a contemporary, updated brand that will help attract more business and tourism to our community. Earlier this week we unveiled colourful new... Read more
9d
Queensland Times
Council launches new brand for Toowoomba regionMAYOR'S DESK: Toowoomba Regional Council has been developing a new brand for th
Council launches new brand for Toowoomba region
Queensland Times / Posted 9 days ago
MAYOR'S DESK: Toowoomba Regional Council has been developing a new brand for the Toowoomba region. It's a contemporary, updated brand that will help attract more business and tourism to our community. Earlier this week we unveiled colourful new... Read more
9d
Toowoomba Chronicle
War memorial at Crows Nest stands tall since 1918THE 97-year-old Crows Nest Memorial will be re-dedicated after undergoing a $55
War memorial at Crows Nest stands tall since 1918
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
THE 97-year-old Crows Nest Memorial will be re-dedicated after undergoing a $55,000 refurbishment. Funded by the Queensland Government, Toowoomba Regional Council and with fundraising by the Crows Nest Queensland RSL sub-branch, restoration works... Read more
10d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Road Safety Week takes to the bicycle streetsMIDDLE Ridge State School students pedalled the Road Safety Week message of sha
Road Safety Week takes to the bicycle streets
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
MIDDLE Ridge State School students pedalled the Road Safety Week message of sharing the road at Groom Park. PCYC Officer-in-Charge Sergeant Cam Crisp said the Cycle Safety Program taught kids in years four and five the importance of knowing what the... Read more
10d
Queensland Times
Road Safety Week takes to the bicycle streetsMIDDLE Ridge State School students pedalled the Road Safety Week message of sha
Road Safety Week takes to the bicycle streets
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
MIDDLE Ridge State School students pedalled the Road Safety Week message of sharing the road at Groom Park. PCYC Officer-in-Charge Sergeant Cam Crisp said the Cycle Safety Program taught kids in years four and five the importance of knowing what the... Read more
12d
Toowoomba Chronicle
REBRAND: Welcome to new look ToowoombaRICH traditions, bold ambitions. That's the new slogan for the region which is
REBRAND: Welcome to new look Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
RICH traditions, bold ambitions. That's the new slogan for the region which is part of a widespread re-branding of the Toowoomba region by Toowoomba Regional Council. Visitors to Toowoomba will also be greeted by bright new welcome signs. The first... Read more
12d
Queensland Times
REBRAND: Welcome to new look ToowoombaRICH traditions, bold ambitions. That's the new slogan for the region which is
REBRAND: Welcome to new look Toowoomba
Queensland Times / Posted 12 days ago
RICH traditions, bold ambitions. That's the new slogan for the region which is part of a widespread re-branding of the Toowoomba region by Toowoomba Regional Council. Visitors to Toowoomba will also be greeted by bright new welcome signs. The first... Read more
13d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Toowoomba cultural festival showcases peace, harmonyMAYOR'S DESK: What a day out! The 10th annual Toowoomba Languages and Cultures
Toowoomba cultural festival showcases peace, harmony
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
MAYOR'S DESK: What a day out! The 10th annual Toowoomba Languages and Cultures Festival was a tremendous advertisement for the city and the region. About 15,000 people attended the festival in Queens Park to eat wonderful food, watch traditional... Read more
13d
Queensland Times
Toowoomba cultural festival showcases peace, harmonyMAYOR'S DESK: What a day out! The 10th annual Toowoomba Languages and Cultures
Toowoomba cultural festival showcases peace, harmony
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
MAYOR'S DESK: What a day out! The 10th annual Toowoomba Languages and Cultures Festival was a tremendous advertisement for the city and the region. About 15,000 people attended the festival in Queens Park to eat wonderful food, watch traditional... Read more
13d
Philboxing
BILLY DIB OFFERED CONTRACT TO FIGHT JACK ASISBrendon Smith sends Billy Dib a contract to promote a super fight with Jack Asi
BILLY DIB OFFERED CONTRACT TO FIGHT JACK ASIS
Philboxing / Posted 13 days ago
Brendon Smith sends Billy Dib a contract to promote a super fight with Jack Asis. FORMER TWO TIME WORLD CHAMP BILLY DIB last Friday took to facebook to say he accepts the challenge of Jack Asis. His last words 'Let the negotiations begin.' "I sent... Read more
13d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Climate change poses flooding risk to ToowoombaCLIMATE change could cause flooding chaos across Toowoomba. That's the dire wa
Climate change poses flooding risk to Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
CLIMATE change could cause flooding chaos across Toowoomba. That's the dire warning for our city from civil engineering experts who say authorities must act before it is too late. New University of New South Wales research analysing three decades... Read more
2 related stories
13d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Woman viciously attacked by unleashed dogWHILE walking my dog at 1.45pm on Thursday, June 18 in my Rangeville neighbourh
Woman viciously attacked by unleashed dog
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
WHILE walking my dog at 1.45pm on Thursday, June 18 in my Rangeville neighbourhood, my dog and I were viciously attacked by an unleashed large dog. I was knocked to the ground and received many dog bites to my left hand and a very serious deep bite... Read more
13d
Queensland Times
Woman viciously attacked by unleashed dogWHILE walking my dog at 1.45pm on Thursday, June 18 in my Rangeville neighbourh
Woman viciously attacked by unleashed dog
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
WHILE walking my dog at 1.45pm on Thursday, June 18 in my Rangeville neighbourhood, my dog and I were viciously attacked by an unleashed large dog. I was knocked to the ground and received many dog bites to my left hand and a very serious deep bite... Read more
13d
Queensland Times
Climate change poses flooding risk to ToowoombaCLIMATE change could cause flooding chaos across Toowoomba. That's the dire wa
Climate change poses flooding risk to Toowoomba
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
CLIMATE change could cause flooding chaos across Toowoomba. That's the dire warning for our city from civil engineering experts who say authorities must act before it is too late. New University of New South Wales research analysing three decades... Read more
2 related stories
14d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Our local services depend on council rates and chargesIT IS easy to think as a ratepayer we are not getting value for money on the ra
Our local services depend on council rates and charges
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
IT IS easy to think as a ratepayer we are not getting value for money on the rates we pay. A survey by the Local Government Association of Queensland found 56% of voters believe they are not getting what they pay for. It is a lot of money twice a... Read more
14d
Queensland Times
Our local services depend on council rates and chargesIT IS easy to think as a ratepayer we are not getting value for money on the ra
Our local services depend on council rates and charges
Queensland Times / Posted 14 days ago
IT IS easy to think as a ratepayer we are not getting value for money on the rates we pay. A survey by the Local Government Association of Queensland found 56% of voters believe they are not getting what they pay for. It is a lot of money twice a... Read more
15d
The Morning Bulletin
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypassHIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreemen
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypass
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
HIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreement from Toowoomba Regional Council on a recent vote involving Toowoomba Second Range Crossing negotiations. Council met in confidential last Thursday to discuss an... Read more
6 related stories
15d
News Mail
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypassHIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreemen
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypass
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
HIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreement from Toowoomba Regional Council on a recent vote involving Toowoomba Second Range Crossing negotiations. Council met in confidential last Thursday to discuss an... Read more
6 related stories
15d
Daily Examiner
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypassHIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreemen
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypass
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
HIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreement from Toowoomba Regional Council on a recent vote involving Toowoomba Second Range Crossing negotiations. Council met in confidential last Thursday to discuss an... Read more
6 related stories
15d
Northern Star
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypassHIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreemen
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypass
Northern Star / Posted 15 days ago
HIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreement from Toowoomba Regional Council on a recent vote involving Toowoomba Second Range Crossing negotiations. Council met in confidential last Thursday to discuss an... Read more
6 related stories
15d
The Daily Mercury
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypassHIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreemen
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypass
The Daily Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
HIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreement from Toowoomba Regional Council on a recent vote involving Toowoomba Second Range Crossing negotiations. Council met in confidential last Thursday to discuss an... Read more
6 related stories
15d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypassHIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreemen
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypass
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
HIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreement from Toowoomba Regional Council on a recent vote involving Toowoomba Second Range Crossing negotiations. Council met in confidential last Thursday to discuss an... Read more
6 related stories
15d
Queensland Times
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypassHIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreemen
Developer calls for council unity on Toowoomba bypass
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
HIGHFIELDS developer Mac Stirling says he is amazed there was not 100% agreement from Toowoomba Regional Council on a recent vote involving Toowoomba Second Range Crossing negotiations. Council met in confidential last Thursday to discuss an... Read more
6 related stories
16d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Community prepares for Peacehaven Park’s 10th birthdayPEACEHAVEN Botanic Park in Highfields is turning 10 this month and the local co
Community prepares for Peacehaven Park’s 10th birthday
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
PEACEHAVEN Botanic Park in Highfields is turning 10 this month and the local community is invited to celebrate the milestone tomorrow. Toowoomba Regional Council Parks and Recreation portfolio spokeswoman Cr Sue Englart said the park will be buzzing... Read more
16d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Council defends safety of car parks after youths stomp carTOOWOOMBA Regional Council has defended the safety of its car parks after a you
Council defends safety of car parks after youths stomp car
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council has defended the safety of its car parks after a young woman's new car was damaged near Grand Central. Jenna Maree Zorzi finished work recently to find her three-week-old Mazda CX3 had been stomped on, causing extensive... Read more
16d
Toowoomba Chronicle
10 things to do in Toowoomba this weekendFOR all car enthusiasts the first ever swap meet for Jaguar/Daimler cars and pa
10 things to do in Toowoomba this weekend
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
FOR all car enthusiasts the first ever swap meet for Jaguar/Daimler cars and parts will be held in Toowoomba on Sunday. The swap meet will raise money for Aussie Helpers who are helping the Queensland drought affected graziers and farmers. Site... Read more
16d
Queensland Times
Council defends safety of car parks after youths stomp carTOOWOOMBA Regional Council has defended the safety of its car parks after a you
Council defends safety of car parks after youths stomp car
Queensland Times / Posted 16 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council has defended the safety of its car parks after a young woman's new car was damaged near Grand Central. Jenna Maree Zorzi finished work recently to find her three-week-old Mazda CX3 had been stomped on, causing extensive... Read more
More

People in this news