February 2019

Published a story 21st Feb 2019 3:05 PM

THE Millmerran Rail Group has backed calls from the NSW Farmers Association for an independent inquiry into the controversial $10 billion Inland Rail project.

Farmers back call for independent inquiry into $10b project

THE Millmerran Rail Group has backed calls from the NSW Farmers Association for an independent inquiry into the controversial $10 billion Inland Rail project.

Published a story 21st Feb 2019 11:01 AM

SING Australia's Toowoomba chapter traded in their sheet music for a barbecue and tongs

Sing Australia raises money for QCWA rural crisis fund

SING Australia's Toowoomba chapter traded in their sheet music for a barbecue and tongs

Published a story 21st Feb 2019 10:02 AM

AFTER 31 years in the business, sixth-generation circus performer Chantel Rodriguez still gets a thrill from performing in front of a crowd.

Catch all the acts before the circus leaves town

AFTER 31 years in the business, sixth-generation circus performer Chantel Rodriguez still gets a thrill from performing in front of a crowd.

Published a story 20th Feb 2019 5:34 PM

THREE and a half months after they wanted to start trading, Chipmunks Playland and Cafe was finally able to throw open their doors to the public yesterday

Playland opens thanks to help from Toowoomba business

THREE and a half months after they wanted to start trading, Chipmunks Playland and Cafe was finally able to throw open their doors to the public yesterday

Published a story 20th Feb 2019 8:53 AM

PARENTS who want to help equip their kids to navigate relationships and sexuality in an age of pornography can attend a seminar in Toowoomba tomorrow evening.

It's time Toowoomba talked about porn and young people

PARENTS who want to help equip their kids to navigate relationships and sexuality in an age of pornography can attend a seminar in Toowoomba tomorrow evening.

Published a story 19th Feb 2019 3:16 PM

PERCHED on the side of the escarpment at Mount Lofty, Robert Weymouth's vision of an exclusive residential subdivision is starting to take shape.

Exclusive Mount Lofty escarpment estate unveiled

PERCHED on the side of the escarpment at Mount Lofty, Robert Weymouth's vision of an exclusive residential subdivision is starting to take shape.

Published a story 15th Feb 2019 4:28 PM

HAVING been on the market since mid-way through last year, the magnificent c1896 home at 91 Campbell St, Claremont, finally goes to auction next weekend.

Auction date for exquisite home after two contracts crash

HAVING been on the market since mid-way through last year, the magnificent c1896 home at 91 Campbell St, Claremont, finally goes to auction next weekend.

Published a story 15th Feb 2019 4:19 PM

THE manufacturer of the iconic Southern Cross windmill is in the process of selling and splitting its business operations in Withcott.

Jobs to go at Withcott business as company splits operations

THE manufacturer of the iconic Southern Cross windmill is in the process of selling and splitting its business operations in Withcott.

Published a story 14th Feb 2019 4:04 PM

THE plan was for Toowoomba to become the agricultural drone capital of Australia.

Toowoomba drone business in voluntary administration

THE plan was for Toowoomba to become the agricultural drone capital of Australia.

Published a story 14th Feb 2019 3:35 PM

DRY weather is set to prevail over Toowoomba into the next week, with little reprieve in sight.

Dry weather set to prevail into next week, BoM says

DRY weather is set to prevail over Toowoomba into the next week, with little reprieve in sight.

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Matthew is a journalist with The Chronicle. He joined the team in September 2017, after spending two years as the editor of the Chinchilla News and Murilla Advertiser. He started his career as a cadet at the Whitsunday Coast Guardian in Proserpine in 2014.