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Toowoomba Chronicle
Speed limit in Crows Nest reducedcrossing," Mr Sanderson said. "After a community meeting, a committee of local
Speed limit in Crows Nest reduced
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
crossing," Mr Sanderson said. "After a community meeting, a committee of local residents, Transport and Main Roads and Toowoomba Regional Council representatives was formed to address these concerns." The 50km/h speed limit signs were erected... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Winners and losers of the TRC budgetto the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing and a "super" works depot in Charlton ar
Winners and losers of the TRC budget
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
to the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing and a "super" works depot in Charlton are two of the key items in this year's Toowoomba Regional Council budget. These projects will cost $55 million and $5 million respectively but the bulk of funding... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council uses high-tech team to keep rates rises downSMART technology is the driving force behind a near-record spend on a capital w
Council uses high-tech team to keep rates rises down
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
SMART technology is the driving force behind a near-record spend on a capital works program by Toowoomba Regional Council. The $196.5 million it plans to spend is a record, with the exception of recovery works after the 2011 flooding. Council has... Read more
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The North West Star
Toowoomba Regional Council hands down its 2016-17 budgetToowoomba Regional Council will raise its rates and charges bills by an average
Toowoomba Regional Council hands down its 2016-17 budget
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
Toowoomba Regional Council will raise its rates and charges bills by an average 3.24 per cent after mayor Paul Antonio delivered its budget on Friday. Toowoomba Regional Council will raise its rates and charges bills by an average 3.24 per cent... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Toowoomba Regional Council hands down budgetToowoomba Regional Council will raise its rates and charges bills by an average
Toowoomba Regional Council hands down budget
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Toowoomba Regional Council will raise its rates and charges bills by an average 3.24 per cent after mayor Paul Antonio delivered its budget on Friday. The $487 million council budget included $64.6 million in capital funding for roads, $44.2 million... Read more
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Perth Now
Minister won't commit to buying Oakey landresidents who believe they have been affected by the contaminated bore water as
Minister won't commit to buying Oakey land
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
residents who believe they have been affected by the contaminated bore water as a part of a potential class action suit. Toowoomba Regional Council has also confirmed the main water supply for more than 5000 Oakey residents, including 400 people... Read more
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Northern Star
Land contamination shame: Media, residents bannedwere given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room incl
Land contamination shame: Media, residents banned
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
were given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room included the Oakey Chamber of Commerce and Toowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio. Mrs Priddle went into the meeting with "an open heart" and faced the minister... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Land contamination shame: Media, residents bannedwere given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room incl
Land contamination shame: Media, residents banned
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
were given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room included the Oakey Chamber of Commerce and Toowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio. Mrs Priddle went into the meeting with "an open heart" and faced the minister... Read more
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Queensland Times
Land contamination shame: Media, residents bannedwere given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room incl
Land contamination shame: Media, residents banned
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
were given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room included the Oakey Chamber of Commerce and Toowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio. Mrs Priddle went into the meeting with "an open heart" and faced the minister... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Land contamination shame: Media, residents bannedwere given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room incl
Land contamination shame: Media, residents banned
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
were given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room included the Oakey Chamber of Commerce and Toowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio. Mrs Priddle went into the meeting with "an open heart" and faced the minister... Read more
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News Mail
Land contamination shame: Media, residents bannedwere given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room incl
Land contamination shame: Media, residents banned
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
were given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room included the Oakey Chamber of Commerce and Toowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio. Mrs Priddle went into the meeting with "an open heart" and faced the minister... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Land contamination shame: Media, residents bannedwere given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room incl
Land contamination shame: Media, residents banned
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
were given the final details late on Wednesday. Other parties in the room included the Oakey Chamber of Commerce and Toowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio. Mrs Priddle went into the meeting with "an open heart" and faced the minister... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Big Brother expands its watch over inner cityBIG Brother is watching you in the Garden City CBD. Toowoomba Regional Council
Big Brother expands its watch over inner city
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
BIG Brother is watching you in the Garden City CBD. Toowoomba Regional Council has upgraded it surveillance program in the city and can now watch every move its citizens make. The latest expansion of the City Safe program included the installation... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Residents shut out of Oakey meeting is "reasonable": McVeighhas been co-ordinating the meeting between Defence Minister Marise Payne and re
Residents shut out of Oakey meeting is "reasonable": McVeigh
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
has been co-ordinating the meeting between Defence Minister Marise Payne and residents, the Oakey Chamber of Commerce and Toowoomba Regional Council. He said in assisting with arrangements he had co-ordinated today's meet in line with Sen Payne's... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Great or rubbish: your say on council's servicesDO you rate the the service delivery of Toowoomba Regional Council as terrible,
Great or rubbish: your say on council's services
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
DO you rate the the service delivery of Toowoomba Regional Council as terrible, fair or great? Residents will have the chance to have their say after council approved the compilation and distribution of a survey that will ask residents to appraise... Read more
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Queensland Times
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling DownsPLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowo
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling Downs
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
PLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowoomba Regional Council. Yarranlea Solar wants to build the farm on Yarranlea Rd at Yarranlea, 10km east of Pittsworth. The development will be constructed on rural land,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling DownsPLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowo
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling Downs
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
PLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowoomba Regional Council. Yarranlea Solar wants to build the farm on Yarranlea Rd at Yarranlea, 10km east of Pittsworth. The development will be constructed on rural land,... Read more
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News Mail
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling DownsPLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowo
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling Downs
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
PLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowoomba Regional Council. Yarranlea Solar wants to build the farm on Yarranlea Rd at Yarranlea, 10km east of Pittsworth. The development will be constructed on rural land,... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling DownsPLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowo
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling Downs
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
PLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowoomba Regional Council. Yarranlea Solar wants to build the farm on Yarranlea Rd at Yarranlea, 10km east of Pittsworth. The development will be constructed on rural land,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Free workshops to bolster artsRegions South West representative Sally Johnston will attend the December 12 ga
Free workshops to bolster arts
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
Regions South West representative Sally Johnston will attend the December 12 gathering, run in conjunction with Toowoomba Regional Council. Ms Johnston's experience covers cultural development, project and funds management, gallery and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling DownsPLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowo
Giant solar farm development planned for Darling Downs
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
PLANS for a solar farm covering several properties have been submitted to Toowoomba Regional Council. Yarranlea Solar wants to build the farm on Yarranlea Rd at Yarranlea, 10km east of Pittsworth. The development will be constructed on rural land,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
New stable facility planned for Clifford Parkcomplex on vacant course land adjacent to the existing barns in Wyalla St. A d
New stable facility planned for Clifford Park
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
complex on vacant course land adjacent to the existing barns in Wyalla St. A development application has been submitted to Toowoomba Regional Council and if approved work is planned to start in September with building to be completed by late... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Prepare for road works as Ruthven St upgrades beginDr and Russell St have been warned road works will begin for centre median park
Prepare for road works as Ruthven St upgrades begin
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
Dr and Russell St have been warned road works will begin for centre median parking, landscaping and footpath upgrades. Toowoomba Regional Council infrastructure services committee chair Carol Taylor said the East Creek-Ruthven St culvert... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Federal funding changes to benefit Toowoomba region: MayorTOOWOOMBA Regional Council Mayor Paul Antonio is looking ahead to funding proje
Federal funding changes to benefit Toowoomba region: Mayor
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council Mayor Paul Antonio is looking ahead to funding projects after changes to a federal stream give the region a greater chance of success. The $1 billion National Stronger Regions Fund will no longer give money to major cities... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council approves flood risk assessment reportTOOWOOMBA Regional Council is preparing to hold community engagement sessions f
Council approves flood risk assessment report
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council is preparing to hold community engagement sessions from the end of July to meet with residents in towns or areas rated in flood risk zones. The meetings and the Consolidated Flood Risk Assessment and Planning Evaluation... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Controversial Thai massage parlour wins final approvalA CONTROVERSIAL massage parlour has won approval from Toowoomba Regional Counci
Controversial Thai massage parlour wins final approval
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
A CONTROVERSIAL massage parlour has won approval from Toowoomba Regional Council despite the strenuous objections of a councillor. Originally proposed as a Thai and Indian massage and yoga day spa in December, the proposal faced objections from... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council back-flips as Toowoomba fence saga endsbeen dealing with the issue for months but now a final decision has been made o
Council back-flips as Toowoomba fence saga ends
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
been dealing with the issue for months but now a final decision has been made on a Toowoomba neighbourhood fence dispute. Toowoomba Regional Council today voted to approve a development application that will allow Malcolm and Lynette Bond to keep... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Surat Basin to be renewable energy hub: TSBEthree major solar projects in the pipeline. The $1 billion Bulli Creek Solar F
Surat Basin to be renewable energy hub: TSBE
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
three major solar projects in the pipeline. The $1 billion Bulli Creek Solar Farm at Millmerran received approval from the Toowoomba Regional Council early last year. Canadian Solar's $170 million solar project at Oakey has been approved and the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Walkers remember those touched by breast canceris among the top five most common cancers diagnosed. Cancer Council Queensland
Walkers remember those touched by breast cancer
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
is among the top five most common cancers diagnosed. Cancer Council Queensland partnered with Breastscreen Queensland, St Vincent's Hospital, the Toowoomba Hospital, Pastoral Care and the Toowoomba Regional Council to organise the Walk of Hope eve... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Plans lodged that affect historic Toowoomba gardensPLANS have been lodged with Toowoomba Regional Council that could affect one of
Plans lodged that affect historic Toowoomba gardens
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
PLANS have been lodged with Toowoomba Regional Council that could affect one of the city's most treasured gardens. University of Queensland has proposed to construct an addition of an entrance roof and an amenities area on the east side of a... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Latest project in city's grey-boom lodged with councilToowoomba in February. Earlier this month Salem Lutheran Aged Care Facility on
Latest project in city's grey-boom lodged with council
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
Toowoomba in February. Earlier this month Salem Lutheran Aged Care Facility on Hume St announced a massive expansion. In November last year Ozcare won approval from Toowoomba Regional Council to build a 120-bed aged care facility in... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoomba1. Film making workshops WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, various times AS PART of
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
1. Film making workshops WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, various times AS PART of the 1st Cut Shorts Youth Film Festival, Toowoomba Regional Council and the Crows Nest Lions club are excited to bring some film making workshops to the region. Learn how... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downsare being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice o
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downs
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
are being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice on the move as the mercury plunges. Toowoomba Regional Council Environmental Health portfolio leader Cr Joe Ramia said a drop in temperature often forced rodents... Read more
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Queensland Times
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downsare being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice o
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downs
Queensland Times / Posted 9 days ago
are being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice on the move as the mercury plunges. Toowoomba Regional Council Environmental Health portfolio leader Cr Joe Ramia said a drop in temperature often forced rodents... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downsare being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice o
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downs
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 9 days ago
are being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice on the move as the mercury plunges. Toowoomba Regional Council Environmental Health portfolio leader Cr Joe Ramia said a drop in temperature often forced rodents... Read more
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News Mail
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downsare being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice o
Rat and mouse infestation hits Darling Downs
News Mail / Posted 9 days ago
are being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice on the move as the mercury plunges. Toowoomba Regional Council Environmental Health portfolio leader Cr Joe Ramia said a drop in temperature often forced rodents... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Hey council, what the hell have you done to our CBD!CBD with changes to traffic conditions causing unprecedented levels of traffic
Hey council, what the hell have you done to our CBD!
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
CBD with changes to traffic conditions causing unprecedented levels of traffic congestion. Motorists have hit out at Toowoomba Regional Council's decision to change Neil St to a two-way street. Yesterday saw major congestion in the CBD with... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council reveals what's next for $12m Queens Park upgradeTOOWOOMBA Regional Council has announced the next stage of its $12 million upgr
Council reveals what's next for $12m Queens Park upgrade
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council has announced the next stage of its $12 million upgrade of Queens Park. Toowoomba Regional Council Parks and Recreation Services portfolio leader Cr Joe Ramia said the path through the Woodland Walk South area (from the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Rat and mice infestation hits Darling Downsare being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice o
Rat and mice infestation hits Darling Downs
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
are being advised to watch for a possible rise in the number of rats and mice on the move as the mercury plunges. Toowoomba Regional Council Environmental Health portfolio leader Cr Joe Ramia said a drop in temperature often forced rodents... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Have some patience if driving in CBD this morningand Margaret Sts. The controversial reversal to two-way traffic had been met w
Have some patience if driving in CBD this morning
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
and Margaret Sts. The controversial reversal to two-way traffic had been met with resistance from the community but the Toowoomba Regional Council forged ahead with its plan to ease congestion and speed up commute times. “The changeover of Neil... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Artists display creationsopen air events. The next concert Pants Down Circus Rock will be held in the C
Artists display creations
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
open air events. The next concert Pants Down Circus Rock will be held in the Cultural Centre on July 4. It is an acrobatic circus group which is free to see thanks to funding from the Queensland Government and support from Toowoomba Regional Counc... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tunnel lowering a boon for GoondiwindiStirling Hinchliffe earlier in the year with a desire to have the tunnels inclu
Tunnel lowering a boon for Goondiwindi
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 days ago
Stirling Hinchliffe earlier in the year with a desire to have the tunnels included in the 16/17 budget. Since that forum, Toowoomba Regional Council and Southern Downs Regional Council have joined the group. The Government’s Budget announcement... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Tunnel lowering a boon for GoondiwindiStirling Hinchliffe earlier in the year with a desire to have the tunnels inclu
Tunnel lowering a boon for Goondiwindi
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
Stirling Hinchliffe earlier in the year with a desire to have the tunnels included in the 16/17 budget. Since that forum, Toowoomba Regional Council and Southern Downs Regional Council have joined the group. The Government’s Budget announcement... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council to unveil new plan to handle flying foxesTOOWOOMBA Regional Council is turning away from an ad-hoc approach to managing
Council to unveil new plan to handle flying foxes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council is turning away from an ad-hoc approach to managing flying foxes in favour of a more structured method. Council will unveil its Draft Regional Flying Fox Management Strategy today. The strategy will outline council's... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Toowoomba landmark lights up for Orlando victimslight up in rainbow colours from 5.30pm to 7pm last night, to show support for
Toowoomba landmark lights up for Orlando victims
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
light up in rainbow colours from 5.30pm to 7pm last night, to show support for the families and friends of the tragedy. Toowoomba Regional Council joined with Toowoomba for Marriage Equality in organising the tribute. St Luke's Anglican Church... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
10 things to do in 7 days: Getting out in Toowoombaempiretheatre.com.au or by calling 1300 655 299. Film making workshops As par
10 things to do in 7 days: Getting out in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
empiretheatre.com.au or by calling 1300 655 299. Film making workshops As part of the 1st Cut Shorts Youth Film Festival, Toowoomba Regional Council and the Crows Nest Lions club are excited to bring some film making workshops to the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Landmark study reveals Toowoomba homes at high flood risknew report has labelled the risk "intolerable". The majority of these building
Landmark study reveals Toowoomba homes at high flood risk
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
new report has labelled the risk "intolerable". The majority of these buildings are located in Jondaryan and Oakey. Toowoomba Regional Council has tabled the confidential Consolidated Flood Risk Assessment and Planning Evaluation Report... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Works start on new Toowoomba CBD auto showroomhave started at the existing Toowoomba Toyota dealership in Ruthven St to build
Works start on new Toowoomba CBD auto showroom
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
have started at the existing Toowoomba Toyota dealership in Ruthven St to build the two-storey Lexus dealership showroom. Toowoomba Regional Council approved the development last week. The Lexus showroom will cover 521sq m and will include a car... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Controversial suburban Thai massage parlour approvedBREAKING: A massage parlour and day spa in Ramsay St has been given endorsement
Controversial suburban Thai massage parlour approved
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
BREAKING: A massage parlour and day spa in Ramsay St has been given endorsement by Toowoomba Regional Council after the intervention of Cr Mike Williams. The endorsement came despite objections from council officers and neighbouring... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council set to rub out plans for suburban massage parlourTHE fate of a massage and day spa in Ramsay St will be decided by Toowoomba Reg
Council set to rub out plans for suburban massage parlour
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
THE fate of a massage and day spa in Ramsay St will be decided by Toowoomba Regional Council today. Its approval is hanging in the balance with council officers recommending that the proposal be rejected. Developers are proposing a shop that will... Read more
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