It’s got prime frontage to the Warrego Hwy and a lease in place until 2034. This childcare centre, billed as a great investment opportunity, has just hit the market.
Highlighting best practice in general animal husbandry, new treatments, pain relief, and methods of application, the Beef Cattle Husbandry Field Day is coming to Toowoomba next month.
Are you looking for your next family home? Want something a little different? Look no further.
A dispute over who is the rightful owner of a cache of 5600 coins buried on the site of the Toowoomba Bypass has entered the courts, as the treasure remains in government storage.
When news of the Toowoomba Bypass coin hoard first broke, numerous theories abounded as to who or what was responsible for leaving them in the ground all those years ago.
It is now regarded as ‘one of the greatest cultural heritage discoveries in recent state history’. But when the first coins were first found on the Toowoomba Bypass construction site, the find went unreported for nine-and-a-half months.
They had to cancel their much-loved annual event Gemfest earlier this year due to COVID-19. Now, thanks to the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s Inland Rail, a funding injection has helped the Toowoomba Lapidary Club purchase a key piece of equipment.
BUFFETED by washouts in recent years and then having to cancel the 2020 Heritage Bank Toowoomba Royal Show days out from opening its gates, the Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland is hoping for a financial lifeline for 2021.
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.