WHEN this Newtown man's mates turn up, he's not sure whether to offer them a beer or call the police.
BEING the last employee of The Chronicle who worked in the days of lead and ink in Chronicle Lane between Margaret and Bell Sts, I'm really feeling my age.
TOOWOOMBA couple Laurie and Louise Stewart are still searching for answers after the death of their talented teenage daughter Kyesha.
THESE two Toowoomba men prove that men are hopeless at following or asking for directions.
AFTER bursting into the Centenary Heights home wielding a toy gun, the drugged up 28-year-old then assaulted the two men.
A WOMAN accused of having a loaded sawn-off shotgun in the car she was travelling in has been remanded in custody.
A TOOWOOMBA man charged with manufacturing and supplying weapons arising from a search of his home has had the more serious charges dropped.
IT'S never been considered an "essential service" but crime must fall under that category because the criminals have kept working through COVID-19.
AFTER a hung jury trial, an aborted judge only trial, the man pleaded guilty to reduced charges of common assault and breaching a domestic violence order.
TWO Toowoomba people who police claim had a loaded sawn off shotgun in the stolen car they were found in remain in custody.
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.