WITH COVID precautions restricted crowd numbers at the O'Callaghan Cup Day, one supporter came up with an innovative way to watch the matches.
HAVING spent 100 days in pre-sentence custody, a 24-year-old recidivist offender was released from jail but with a warning from the court.
A WOMAN who crashed her car into a parked vehicle in Rangeville had blown a breath alcohol reading more than five times the legal limit.
ALL this hand washing has taken such a toll that instead of sitting around the pub talking about the footy or cricket, we're discussing brands of hand cream.
THE 19-year-old narrowly avoided actual jail time after admitting to strangulation in a domestic setting and was released on immediate parole.
A TOOWOOMBA man has had a charge of armed robbery in company reduced to a lesser charge because he didn't know his co-offender had a knife.
HE ADMITTED headbutting a cop in the Toowoomba watch house but the teen turned down the offer of probation because he didn't want to be drug tested.
Western Mustangs chairman resigns
AFTER spending eight months in pre-sentence custody, the 22-year-old Toowoomba man has been released on a suspended sentence.
WHETHER a mother of two goes to jail for unlawful wounding will hinge on a psychiatric report ordered by a Toowoomba court.
Peter started in 1976 as apprentice typesetter/comp and has 32 years with The Chronicle in three stints (in between working/holidays in UK/Europe, Brisbane and Melbourne). Entered editorial from comp room in 1996.