October 2019

Published a story 18th Oct 2019 1:08 PM

DARLING Downs Health boss Dr Peter Gillies has offered his “sincere apologies” to a Crows Nest mum.

Change comes at a price for Crows Nest mum

DARLING Downs Health boss Dr Peter Gillies has offered his “sincere apologies” to a Crows Nest mum.

Published a story 18th Oct 2019 12:59 PM

A Crows Nest mother is fighting for changes to State Government laws after her baby was thrown in a Toowoomba Hospital bin after a miscarriage.

Hospital ‘threw our baby in the bin’ after tragedy

A Crows Nest mother is fighting for changes to State Government laws after her baby was thrown in a Toowoomba Hospital bin after a miscarriage.

Published a story 18th Oct 2019 8:46 AM

CLIVE BERGHOFER is forging ahead with another subdivision, this time in Kearneys Spring.

New subdivision proposed in Kearneys Spring

CLIVE BERGHOFER is forging ahead with another subdivision, this time in Kearneys Spring.

Published a story 18th Oct 2019 7:22 AM

THE financial affairs of a property development company that went bust owing more than $8 million will be laid bare in court.

Company went bust owing $8m to be examined in court

THE financial affairs of a property development company that went bust owing more than $8 million will be laid bare in court.

Published a story 17th Oct 2019 2:54 PM

THE future of a Drayton-based transport company is in doubt after it was placed in voluntary administration.

Toowoomba family business in voluntary administration

THE future of a Drayton-based transport company is in doubt after it was placed in voluntary administration.

Published a story 17th Oct 2019 9:43 AM

Mayor Paul Antonio was “delighted” to hear the State Government has scrapped the introduction of compulsory preferential voting at the next local government elections in March.

Councillors react to scrapping of election voting changes

Mayor Paul Antonio was “delighted” to hear the State Government has scrapped the introduction of compulsory preferential voting at the next local government elections in March.

Published a story 16th Oct 2019 2:58 PM

A TOOWOOMBA vet is proving the sky is the limit when it comes to rescuing injured wildlife.

Unique surgical procedure gives Rhonda the gift of flight

A TOOWOOMBA vet is proving the sky is the limit when it comes to rescuing injured wildlife.

Published a story 16th Oct 2019 11:02 AM

A TOOWOOMBA automotive group has applied to Toowoomba Regional Council to expand its CBD base of operations.

Car sales group applies to expand city operations

A TOOWOOMBA automotive group has applied to Toowoomba Regional Council to expand its CBD base of operations.

Published a story 15th Oct 2019 3:29 PM

THE Toowoomba United RSL Sub Branch is calling on all World War II servicemen, women, and widows to be guests of honour at this year’s Remembrance Day service.

RSL calls on WWII veterans to join in special service

THE Toowoomba United RSL Sub Branch is calling on all World War II servicemen, women, and widows to be guests of honour at this year’s Remembrance Day service.

Published a story 15th Oct 2019 3:20 PM

THE days of Millmerran Centenary Retirement Village being a community-owned aged care could be numbered, as the board continues its confidential negotiations.

Yallambee’s future to be decided within months

THE days of Millmerran Centenary Retirement Village being a community-owned aged care could be numbered, as the board continues its confidential negotiations.

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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.