TOOWOOMBA model Julia Watson is looking for exposure and a bit of fun in the Runway to Runway Fashion Festival and Model Search.
YEAR 6 student Angus Pearce travelled all the way from Ilfracombe to perform in his first eisteddfod.
SHARE everything with your audience – even the boo boos. That’s the message from City of Toowoomba Eisteddfod’s speech and drama adjudicator Flloyd Kennedy.
HOT PILATES60 minute sessions are running for four weeks beginning on August 5, on Wednesdays at 9:30am and Sundays at 8:15am.
ST JOSEPH’S College student Abby Holzworth chose Stokers Siding by Kerin Bailey for one simple reason – it was a jazzy song.
DOWNLANDS College principal Stephen McIllhatton loves a challenge.
THE Eisteddfod isn’t about winning or losing, it’s about teaching children skills they wouldn’t normally learn says deputy president Gabrielle Elliott.
WHEN you’ve already built a time machine in your backyard, what’s next?
HE MIGHT have a wonderful time listening to young performers at the City of Toowoomba Eisteddfod, but Bill Buchanan also has to make some difficult decisions.
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