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Speak your mind and share 'Your Story'

IS THERE something you're itching to get off your chest?

Have you had a great experience or found something in the community that really gets up your nose?

You can now have your say in our Your Story section, under the lifestyle tab on this page.

One contributor expressed why they think Toowoomba is a great place to live, while another passed on their thanks to the volunteers and sponsors of the 2012 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.

All you have to do to speak your mind and see what others think about it is visit Your Story and go for it. You can also upload pictures if you want.

Make your voice heard in your online community - it's what makes it work

Topics:  chronicle, toowoomba




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