PREP students from Fairview Heights State School have given the gift of Christmas joy to hundreds of kids in state care.
THE western section of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing that opened last weekend has been described by motorists as both scenic and flawed.
FUEL prices in Toowoomba have not been as low as they are now since October 2017.
TOOWOOMBA’S internet connectivity is about to get more stable, with the Queensland Government opening its fibre optic network to the public for the first time.
Alexia Austin speaks with Jane Hobbs and Diana Wright about the day a gunman took them hostage in the Toowoomba Library.
TWO new reports have revealed Toowoomba’s real estate market has remained stable, but slow over recent months.
HERITAGE BANK raised more than $70,000 for charity yesterday at a fundraising golf day.
A law firm has urged businesses and individuals to constantly remain vigilant about online security after a cyber attack on its IT infrastructure today.
LEGAL action launched against the Federal Government is about protecting ratepayer assets, Toowoomba’s mayor says.
Tobi graduated from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2015. From there he began his career at the Central and North Burnett Times in Mundubbera, before moving to the South Burnett Times in Kingaroy in 2017. He joined The Chronicle’s news team in January 2018.