IF 333 people kick in $30 each, Kingaroy could finally claim its birthright and build a Big Peanut. It is a small contribution that would make a big difference.
Darling Downs SES volunteers have been out in force over the past two days helping residents save their homes and property from storm damage.
A Toowoomba grandmother was in bed when thieves entered her home, stole several sets of keys and stole her car. She would like it returned and has appealed to the public for help
Firefighters are using hydraulic equipment to free a woman trapped after her vehicle collided with another and then hit structure. Her injuries are unknown.
The morning traffic was slowed as firefighters cleared two wrecked vehicles from the scene of a crash in the Toowoomba CBD. It follows an earlier crash that put a woman in hospital.
Support workers say we cannot make our streets safe without first addressing those who blame the victim and not the attacker. This program tackles that problem head on.
Darling Downs businesses are in for a cash splash with 200 highly-skilled workers moving to the region. The employment bump is welcome news after a hard year for retailers and hospitality providers.
A 200 hectare solar farm west of Toowoomba was given the tick of approval. It marks more than $4 billion spent on renewable energy in our region in the past five years.
Toowoomba’s official crime rate is down about 30 per cent but that does not mean our city is safer. One leading criminologist said the COVID-19 pandemic pushed crime in doors, where it is harder to detect.
Darling Downs farmers are in for a muddy couple of days as they resume their winter harvesting, after the weekend’s rain.