The plan to develop a direct Inland Rail link from Toowoomba to the Port of Brisbane has been supported by one of the region’s top businessmen.
Two properties worth potentially a collective $6 million have hit the market recently, and it comes as wealthy interstate families are considering a move to Toowoomba.
The Toowoomba CBD’s latest laneway is now open, with the $1.6 million project completed by local contractors and suppliers.
Wealthy families from Sydney and Melbourne are reportedly interested in buying a award-winning luxury house north of Toowoomba, with the property expected to go for upwards of $3 million.
After sharing concerns about the involvement of the community in the study, Mayor Paul Antonio is confident the business case into fast rail to Toowoomba is on the right track.
A top Toowoomba construction contractor has taken out a national building award for its work on an energy efficient eco-building.
The Spotted Cow will reopen to the public this weekend, following a $1.5 million renovation by its new owners. SEE THE LATEST PICS HERE:
Toowoomba residents will acknowledge the anniversary of the Eureka Stockade this afternoon in the CBD.
The Toowoomba Regional Council has rejected a quarry owner’s request to help pay for the upgrade of a road attached to the site’s expansion.
Toowoomba’s political and business leaders have given a mixed reception to the latest state budget, with Mayor Paul Antonio leading concerns about funding for water projects.
Tom has been with News Regional Media since 2013, having worked in newsrooms across south-west Queensland. Prior to his appointment at The Chronicle, he was the editor of the Western Star in Roma for 18 months. Growing up in Brisbane, he studied journalism at Queensland University of Technology. Away from work, he is happily in a relationship with his partner Sarah and enjoys playing music with his band in Toowoomba and supporting the Brisbane Broncos.