Chris Calcino

Chris Calcino
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Published a story 4:52pm Sep 19th

AUSTRALIA'S rising terror threat has forced the closure of the region’s two biggest military museums on the eve of Toowoomba’s busiest weekend.

Terror threat shuts down Toowoomba museums

20 Sep 2014

AUSTRALIA'S rising terror threat has forced the closure of the region’s two biggest military museums on the eve of Toowoomba’s busiest weekend.

Published a story 4:39pm Sep 18th

INDYCAR champion Will Power is no stranger to speed but admits he will have to be on top of his game to out-run a Mustang jet.

Power dreams of IndyCar in home town

19 Sep 2014

INDYCAR champion Will Power is no stranger to speed but admits he will have to be on top of his game to out-run a Mustang jet.

Published a story 4:34pm Sep 18th

A COTTAGE of volcanic stones, mud render and the title of Toowoomba’s oldest surviving home is about to be sold to the highest bidder.

City's oldest home goes to auction

19 Sep 2014

A COTTAGE of volcanic stones, mud render and the title of Toowoomba’s oldest surviving home is about to be sold to the highest bidder.

Published a story 4:45pm Sep 17th

TOOWOOMBA gun shop The Open Range is just weeks away from opening a new store on the fringe of the city-centre, complete with a shooting gallery.

Shooters target James St gun range

18 Sep 2014

TOOWOOMBA gun shop The Open Range is just weeks away from opening a new store on the fringe of the city-centre, complete with a shooting gallery.

Published a story 4:35pm Sep 17th

ADD a dozen or so unabashed beauties to a sun-soaked bowling green and wallets miraculously abandon their pockets.

Strippers help bowl up bucket-list bonanza

18 Sep 2014

ADD a dozen or so unabashed beauties to a sun-soaked bowling green and wallets miraculously abandon their pockets.

Published a story 4:46pm Sep 16th

A TREASURE from Toowoomba’s aviation history is back on display in its home town after years of sitting wingless in storage.

Historic plane soars in Wellcamp terminal

17 Sep 2014

A TREASURE from Toowoomba’s aviation history is back on display in its home town after years of sitting wingless in storage.

Published a story 4:14pm Sep 16th

COUNCIL’S lawyers had better double-stitch their pocket lining after the bold rejection of a new housing estate which met every rule in the book.

POLL: Council rejects estate, prepares for court

17 Sep 2014

COUNCIL’S lawyers had better double-stitch their pocket lining after the bold rejection of a new housing estate which met every rule in the book.

Published a story 4:12pm Sep 15th

<strong>UPDATE: </strong>Toowoomba Regional Council has officially denied an application for a controversial 188-lot subdivision at Cotswold Hills.

Council rejects Cotswold Hills subdivision

16 Sep 2014

UPDATE: Toowoomba Regional Council has officially denied an application for a controversial 188-lot subdivision at Cotswold Hills.

Published a story 5:54pm Sep 10th

THE leading companies of each syndicate — Nexus, RangeConnect and RangeLink — boast staggering records of international projects worth billions of dollars.

Bypass bidders fight hard for road contract

11 Sep 2014

THE leading companies of each syndicate — Nexus, RangeConnect and RangeLink — boast staggering records of international projects worth billions of dollars.

Published a story 5:52pm Sep 10th

MAYOR Paul Antonio wants truck-loads of explosives to bypass the city and travel the tunnels of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing.

No more explosives on our roads: mayor

11 Sep 2014

MAYOR Paul Antonio wants truck-loads of explosives to bypass the city and travel the tunnels of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing.

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