TOOWOOMBA'S growing global reputation as a food and agribusiness hub will extend further next month with a New Zealand council delegation touring the region.
SHOCKED workers at a Ballandean mushroom farm have been credited with giving lifesaving first-aid to a man who severed both arms in a workplace accident.
ZIMMS Corner owner Olga Marr is determined to keep her service station trading as she awaits insurance assessments and the outcome of a police investigation.
"The initial crew that did arrive on scene were faced with these horrific injuries and were able to stabilise the gentleman"
MS QUEENSLAND has lodged a development application to build 12 high-tech units in Toowoomba to give age-appropriate care for people with neurological diseases.
UPDATE: ZIMMS Corner owner Olga Marr is counting the cost of a brazen break and enter and suspected arson attack on the Warrego Highway store.
PROVIDING a safe place for LGBTI+ people to practise their faith is what St Anne’s Anglican Church Reverend Deborah Bird believes is a central calling.
SUSAN Cottrell was given a choice nine years ago - her church or her daughter.
THE West Toowoomba Bowls Club is hoping moving to the planned Glenholme Park Multi-Sports Centre will ease its financial issues and build a brighter future.
METIISTO artisan chocolate is enjoying sweet global success with the Toowoomba brand winning international awards and selling from an exclusive Parisian shop.
Tara joined the company in 2010 after graduating with a journalism and politics degree from Griffith University in Brisbane. After first working in newspapers in the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland, she joined the team at The Chronicle in 2013. In September that year she took over the reins of the Rural Weekly, and has been on the crime desk in Toowoomba since 2015.