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Toowoomba Chronicle
Cycle into city, store your bike at new facilityend-of-trip facilities such as lockers, shower and toilets. The best part is,
Cycle into city, store your bike at new facility
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
end-of-trip facilities such as lockers, shower and toilets. The best part is, it is only $50 for a 12-month membership. Toowoomba Regional Council property services spokesman councillor Geoff McDonald said with the growing region it was... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Wagner set to announce historic event for Toowoombain charge of fostering business growth in the region. Toowoomba and Surat Basi
Wagner set to announce historic event for Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
in charge of fostering business growth in the region. Toowoomba and Surat Basin chief executive officer Dr Ben Lyons and Toowoomba Regional Council Mayor Cr Paul Antonio have said they will be on hand to announce the "historic event". Wagners... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Encourage kids to read with national storytime campaignTHE Toowoomba Regional Council is participating in the annual National Simultan
Encourage kids to read with national storytime campaign
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
THE Toowoomba Regional Council is participating in the annual National Simultaneous Storytime campaign today with events across the region. Council's libraries at Clifton and Oakey will host events, while Toowoomba's Civic Square and the Cobb and Co... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
How police and council are tackling illegal graffitiIT'S a crime that costs ratepayers $500,000 every year and now it's firmly in t
How police and council are tackling illegal graffiti
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
IT'S a crime that costs ratepayers $500,000 every year and now it's firmly in the cross hairs of the Toowoomba Regional Council and police. The free Snap, Send, Solve app has been broadened to include reporting illegal graffiti in an effort to... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Snap, send and solve issues in Toowoomba with new appIT has never been easier to report a problem to Toowoomba Regional Council. Sn
Snap, send and solve issues in Toowoomba with new app
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
IT has never been easier to report a problem to Toowoomba Regional Council. Snap Send Solve is a free mobile phone app that lets you report issues and provide feedback to council. An over-hanging tree branch in your street, snap it. There is some... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Oakey could be on the cusp of a development boomLangton said it was important for investors to note most residents in the area
Oakey could be on the cusp of a development boom
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
Langton said it was important for investors to note most residents in the area were supplied by safe water from Toowoomba Regional Council. He said the major issues affecting business confidence were the prolonged drought and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Oakey could be on the cusp of a development boomLangton said it was important for investors to note most residents in the area
Oakey could be on the cusp of a development boom
Queensland Times / Posted 5 days ago
Langton said it was important for investors to note most residents in the area were supplied by safe water from Toowoomba Regional Council. He said the major issues affecting business confidence were the prolonged drought and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Oakey could be on the cusp of a development boomLangton said it was important for investors to note most residents in the area
Oakey could be on the cusp of a development boom
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
Langton said it was important for investors to note most residents in the area were supplied by safe water from Toowoomba Regional Council. He said the major issues affecting business confidence were the prolonged drought and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Development focus moves to Toowoomba's outskirtsTOOWOOMBA Regional Council is moving the focus from Toowoomba to the region's o
Development focus moves to Toowoomba's outskirts
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council is moving the focus from Toowoomba to the region's outskirts as it looks to capture the vision for the future under Imagine Tomorrow. The Imagine Tomorrow series is designed for council to hear residents' vision for their... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
$12 million upgrade transforms inner-city parkand Miranda Schulte with their children Alyssa (left) and Levi with one of the
$12 million upgrade transforms inner-city park
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
and Miranda Schulte with their children Alyssa (left) and Levi with one of the new signs in Queens Park installed by Toowoomba Regional Council, Tuesday, May 17, 2016.Kevin Farmer ONE of the city's premier parks is boasting grand new... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
20 new free wi-fi hotspots coming to ToowoombaTOOWOOMBA Regional Council and Telstra are partnering to provide free public wi
20 new free wi-fi hotspots coming to Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council and Telstra are partnering to provide free public wi-fi at key locations across the region. Twenty hot spots in the Toowoomba CBD, parks and regional towns are scheduled to come on line during June allowing residents and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Williams suggests rate riseCR MIKE Williams has indicated a rate rise is on the cards for Toowoomba Region
Williams suggests rate rise
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
CR MIKE Williams has indicated a rate rise is on the cards for Toowoomba Regional Council residents in this year's budget. Less money from grants, demands for increased services and the need to deliver capital works are all straining resources. The... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
drop to pensioners sparks concern in regionA CHANGE in Centrelink policy led to Toowoomba Regional Council sending letters
drop to pensioners sparks concern in region
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
A CHANGE in Centrelink policy led to Toowoomba Regional Council sending letters to 5000 pensioners in the region which led to "angst" among some of them. Toowoomba Regional Council sent the consent forms to the pensioners to confirm their status so... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council's rainbow bridge display opens can of wormsA DECISION by Toowoomba Regional Council to light up one of the city's most pro
Council's rainbow bridge display opens can of worms
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
A DECISION by Toowoomba Regional Council to light up one of the city's most prominent landmarks with the rainbow colours of gay pride opened up a can of worms in Toowoomba. A debate erupted after the gesture, with some residents hailing the move,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Camellia Show blooms as Gardenfest wiltsCamellia Show & Garden Expo is moving into the space left by the defunct Garden
Camellia Show blooms as Gardenfest wilts
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
Camellia Show & Garden Expo is moving into the space left by the defunct Gardenfest. It has acquired extra funding from Toowoomba Regional Council to expand its upcoming show. Speaking after yesterday's ordinary meeting of Toowoomba Regional... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council closes door on move to split region into twoTOOWOOMBA Regional Council has closed the door on de-amalgamation, voting to ad
Council closes door on move to split region into two
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council has closed the door on de-amalgamation, voting to advise the State Government it does not support any split. A heated debate took place in council chambers today after Cr Joe Ramia moved a motion against... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
First Coat festival kicks off early with Indigenous muralby Megan Darr from the Mardigan. Jane Phelan, Tyronne Pearce and Jim Walmsley a
First Coat festival kicks off early with Indigenous mural
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
by Megan Darr from the Mardigan. Jane Phelan, Tyronne Pearce and Jim Walmsley are also helping. The mural is the first on Toowoomba Regional Council-owned property and comes after years of negotiation. It incorporates 17 colours including bright... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Private investment vital for city’s prosperityToowoomba’s CBD driven by a number of major developments. Giving an overview o
Private investment vital for city’s prosperity
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
Toowoomba’s CBD driven by a number of major developments. Giving an overview on the planning vision for the city centre, Toowoomba Regional Council director of planning and development Stewart Somers said private sector investment was... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Rangeville family says milky white water undrinkablebeen told the water issue is because of a cracked water main nearby and said it
Rangeville family says milky white water undrinkable
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
been told the water issue is because of a cracked water main nearby and said it had been like that for some time. Toowoomba Regional Council responded by testing the water and returned the results to Mr Mayhead on Tuesday. Laboratory... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Two-way proves too hardTOOWOOMBA Regional Council says a project to convert Neil St into a two-way str
Two-way proves too hard
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
TOOWOOMBA Regional Council says a project to convert Neil St into a two-way street has proved "more complex than anticipated" which has delayed the works. The project was to be completed by April but council now says it will be finished in... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
PETTER PATTER: Councillors in favour of cuts get my voteWITH the Toowoomba Regional Council election looming, and at the risk of enteri
PETTER PATTER: Councillors in favour of cuts get my vote
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
WITH the Toowoomba Regional Council election looming, and at the risk of entering policies into the debate, I declare here and now that my vote will go to councillors who favour cuts - cuts to the grass covering our footpaths, that is. The state of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Full council will decide fate of Toowoomba fenceTHE fate of a fence at the centre of a neighbourhood dispute will be decided at
Full council will decide fate of Toowoomba fence
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
THE fate of a fence at the centre of a neighbourhood dispute will be decided at a full meeting of Toowoomba Regional Council. Council’s development assessment panel made the decision at a meeting today regarding the 1.8m fence at a house in Geoffrey... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council closes busy CBD intersection for pavement worksSts will be closed this Sunday and Sunday, 29 May to allow for pavement works a
Council closes busy CBD intersection for pavement works
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
Sts will be closed this Sunday and Sunday, 29 May to allow for pavement works as part of the two-waying of Neil St, Toowoomba Regional Council has announced. Infrastructure Committee chair Cr Carol Taylor said the closures were needed to... Read more
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Queensland Times
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatreA TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Region
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatre
Queensland Times / Posted 17 days ago
A TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Regional Council lodging its latest plans for the Toowoomba Civic Precinct. Council is seeking approval to begin refurbishing and constructing the heritage-listed Toowoomba... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatreA TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Region
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatre
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
A TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Regional Council lodging its latest plans for the Toowoomba Civic Precinct. Council is seeking approval to begin refurbishing and constructing the heritage-listed Toowoomba... Read more
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News Mail
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatreA TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Region
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatre
News Mail / Posted 17 days ago
A TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Regional Council lodging its latest plans for the Toowoomba Civic Precinct. Council is seeking approval to begin refurbishing and constructing the heritage-listed Toowoomba... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'
The Daily Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle had been outspoken in Toowoomba, urging Toowoomba Regional Council to give its workers a pay rise, which he said was long overdue. He also spoke up over numerous... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatreA TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Region
Workers finish demolition of historic City Hall theatre
The Daily Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
A TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Regional Council lodging its latest plans for the Toowoomba Civic Precinct. Council is seeking approval to begin refurbishing and constructing the heritage-listed Toowoomba... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle had been outspoken in Toowoomba, urging Toowoomba Regional Council to give its workers a pay rise, which he said was long overdue. He also spoke up over numerous... Read more
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Queensland Times
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'
Queensland Times / Posted 17 days ago
wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle had been outspoken in Toowoomba, urging Toowoomba Regional Council to give its workers a pay rise, which he said was long overdue. He also spoke up over numerous... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle
Hard-core unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle had been outspoken in Toowoomba, urging Toowoomba Regional Council to give its workers a pay rise, which he said was long overdue. He also spoke up over numerous... Read more
4 related stories
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News Mail
Devout unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle
Devout unionist quits saying 'maintain the rage'
News Mail / Posted 17 days ago
wait to see what happens next. "Stay united and maintain the rage." Mr Bogle had been outspoken in Toowoomba, urging Toowoomba Regional Council to give its workers a pay rise, which he said was long overdue. He also spoke up over numerous... Read more
4 related stories
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council to start work on precinctA TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Region
Council to start work on precinct
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
A TRANSFORMATION in the heart of the CBD is a step closer with Toowoomba Regional Council lodging its latest plans for the Toowoomba Civic Precinct. Council is seeking approval to begin refurbishing and constructing the heritage-listed Toowoomba... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Who chipped in for this TRC candidates election campaignUNSUCCESSFUL Toowoomba Regional Council candidate Ben Apsey has declared his po
Who chipped in for this TRC candidates election campaign
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
UNSUCCESSFUL Toowoomba Regional Council candidate Ben Apsey has declared his political donations from the local government election. The candidate received six donations totalling $8,500 with family stepping in to help. Paul Apsey donated $1500 and... Read more
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iTWire
Toowoomba’s new technology hub to support regional economic growthHunter, Group Manager - Property Developments for the FKG Group said an applica
Toowoomba’s new technology hub to support regional economic growth
iTWire / Posted 18 days ago
Hunter, Group Manager - Property Developments for the FKG Group said an application has been lodged with the Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. “The application lodged... Read more
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Queensland Times
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology parkdata centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology park
Queensland Times / Posted 18 days ago
data centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering group has lodged an application with Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. FKG Group's move to establish... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology parkdata centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology park
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
data centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering group has lodged an application with Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. FKG Group's move to establish... Read more
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News Mail
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology parkdata centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology park
News Mail / Posted 18 days ago
data centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering group has lodged an application with Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. FKG Group's move to establish... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology parkdata centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology park
Daily Examiner / Posted 18 days ago
data centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering group has lodged an application with Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. FKG Group's move to establish... Read more
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Northern Star
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology parkdata centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology park
Northern Star / Posted 18 days ago
data centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering group has lodged an application with Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. FKG Group's move to establish... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology parkdata centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering
Plans released for $100m Toowoomba technology park
The Daily Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
data centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering group has lodged an application with Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. FKG Group's move to establish... Read more
7 related stories
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Plans released for $100m technology park in Toowoombadata centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering
Plans released for $100m technology park in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
data centres, the Pulse Data Centre. The leading construction and engineering group has lodged an application with Toowoomba Regional Council for approval of the new 29-hectare technology park at Witmack Road. FKG Group's move to establish... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Council demands couple pulls down and rebuilds fenceA SIMPLE house fence has sparked a neighbourhood dispute that looks set to end
Council demands couple pulls down and rebuilds fence
The Daily Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
A SIMPLE house fence has sparked a neighbourhood dispute that looks set to end in the hands of Toowoomba Regional Council bureaucrats. A Mount Lofty homeowner had permission from council to build their front fence at 1.2 metres. However a complaint... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Di Thorley's political comeback divides Toowoombareturn. "I'd vote for her if she decided to run for parliament," he said. Chr
Di Thorley's political comeback divides Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
return. "I'd vote for her if she decided to run for parliament," he said. Chris McGaw, who recently failed in a bid for Toowoomba Regional Council, described her as a genuine and fair dinkum woman. "Di will make an excellent voice for us in... Read more
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Queensland Times
Council demands couple pulls down and rebuilds fenceA SIMPLE house fence has sparked a neighbourhood dispute that looks set to end
Council demands couple pulls down and rebuilds fence
Queensland Times / Posted 18 days ago
A SIMPLE house fence has sparked a neighbourhood dispute that looks set to end in the hands of Toowoomba Regional Council bureaucrats. A Mount Lofty homeowner had permission from council to build their front fence at 1.2 metres. However a complaint... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Council demands couple pulls down and rebuilds fenceA SIMPLE house fence has sparked a neighbourhood dispute that looks set to end
Council demands couple pulls down and rebuilds fence
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
A SIMPLE house fence has sparked a neighbourhood dispute that looks set to end in the hands of Toowoomba Regional Council bureaucrats. A Mount Lofty homeowner had permission from council to build their front fence at 1.2 metres. However a complaint... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Approval paves way for hundreds of jobs in GlenvaleGlenvale is closer to getting a raft of new shops and housing after an approval
Approval paves way for hundreds of jobs in Glenvale
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
Glenvale is closer to getting a raft of new shops and housing after an approval to rezone a site off Hursley Rd. A vote by Toowoomba Regional Council today has paved the way for a $65 million development at the site of the defunct Newtown Football... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Oldies but Goodies to get senior citizen's swingingROUND up a group of friends for Toowoomba Regional Council's free 2016 Seniors
Oldies but Goodies to get senior citizen's swinging
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
ROUND up a group of friends for Toowoomba Regional Council's free 2016 Seniors Concert series, Oldies but Goodies, featuring popular southern Queensland entertainer John Miners. The concerts will showcase tried and true country and rock songs from... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Two big issues councillors will decide todaydecision time for the region's councillors with two big issues on the table at
Two big issues councillors will decide today
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
decision time for the region's councillors with two big issues on the table at committee meetings in City Hall today. Toowoomba Regional Council will vote on whether to approve a $65 million project in Glenvale that could bring hundreds of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council to decide fate of $65 million Glenvale projectand residential precinct that will bring hundreds of jobs to Toowoomba will lea
Council to decide fate of $65 million Glenvale project
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
and residential precinct that will bring hundreds of jobs to Toowoomba will learn the fate of their project today. Toowoomba Regional Council will consider a planned $65 million retail, residential and lifestyle centre at Glenvale which... Read more
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