News

Construction workers return to controversial Masters site

Workers continue construction of the Masters Home Improvement store at Kearneys Spring this morning.
Workers continue construction of the Masters Home Improvement store at Kearneys Spring this morning.

CONSTRUCTION workers have returned to the Masters Home Improvement store site in Kearneys Spring.

Masters management has avoided commenting on the return to work since The Chronicle started making inquiries about the Hume St project.

Building contractors McNab said they had been stopped by Masters from publicly commenting about the return to work.

Work on the site halted after The Planning and Environment Court in April ruled Toowoomba Regional Council's approval of modified plans to be of no force or effect.

It came after objections to the updated plans, made by the neighbouring Christian Outreach Centre, were ignored by Toowoomba Regional Council.

Topics:  christian outreach college, masters, toowoomba




Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Locos all at sea as golden era of rail dies

Old locomotives were transported from the Redbank Workshops via truck on Wednesday morning.

Aurizon sells off a dozen Redbank locos to overseas buyer

Dean Ray opens up about life, music and new tour

DEAN RAY: The former X Factor singer will be performing for the Rebellion tour to at Caboolture Sports Club on Saturday July 9. Photo Contributed / Caboolture News

See Dean Ray and Karise Eden at the Racehorse

Flyers ready to rise with coach back from China

Ipswich Flyers coach Tricia McInally accepting the award for Volunteer of the Year at the Ipswich Sports Awards dinner.

McInally happier with new SEQ Challenge format

Latest deals and offers

Sekisui creek repair

Challenge Employment and Training has partnered with Ripley Valley's developer...

Shark Hunter warns of Attack

Shark hunter Joel merchant hooks a Tiger shark.

Joel Merchant says more sharks on the way as temperature drops.

Beyonce is better than Beethoven according to your dog

Sony research shows that dogs prefer Top 40 over classical.

Research commissioned by Sony shows that dogs like Top 40 more than classical.

The $200,000 reason why you should buy in Ipswich

WORKS PROGRESS: Construction of the District Park, which will include a Splash’n’Play Water Park and adventure playground, is well under way.

The reason families are moving to Ipswich

Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money

UP AND UP: Property owners are likely to win from rent and price increases but tenants and first home buyers might not be so happy. Photo: Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

Good new for property owners, not so good for buyers and tenants.