FOR GERMAN retail giant Kaufland, it appears Australia was a continent too far.
THE Millmerran Rail Group is hoping the upcoming Senate Inquiry can ask the Australian Rail Track Corporation to deliver on an as-yet unfulfilled commitment.
THE British Ex-Services Association has put out the call for new recruits in the lead-up to Anzac Day.
CHIPMUNKS Playland and Cafe in Toowoomba will host a bushfire relief fundraiser on Friday, giving kids a chance to “play for a purpose”.
ARE you looking for your next family home? Want something a little different? Here are three homes from around Toowoomba you should check out.
ON SATURDAY morning in the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Toowoomba’s Roger Taylor passed peacefully to the sounds of Neil Diamond and Slim Dusty.
THERE was barely a dry eye at Chalk Drive Skate Park on Sunday as dozens of coloured balloons floated off into the sky in memory of Mac Allen.
HUNDREDS passed through Volcanic Brewing on Friday and Saturday, drinking more than $1600 worth of beer to be donated to bushfire relief.
IT WAS a link to Toowoomba’s indigenous past – but sadly for the old scrub bottle tree on South St at Centenary Heights, time won out in the end.
THE owner of a little timber cottage on Esk St in Crows Nest is hoping a new owner will be able to preserve its intriguing history.
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.