It’s a sight that has ignited a debate on social media – why isn’t the Picnic Point flag at half-mast to mark the death of Prince Philip? Now a Toowoomba councillor has explained why.
Residents across the Toowoomba region still remember the significant day in 1954 when the royal couple arrived in the Garden City. SEE THE PHOTOS HERE
The Chronicle is asking the State and Federal Governments to stop their back and forth on this important issue and give residents some direction on the plans.
Darling Downs Health has revealed it is working on the creation of a new COVID-19 test site in Toowoomba, as its drive-through testing facilities reach capacity for the second day in a row.
A Toowoomba resident has revealed the story of her close encounter with one of the deadliest snakes in the world. This encounter didn’t happen in the bush, but on one of the city’s busiest streets.
Australia’s hottest acts are heading to Toowoomba later this year, one of the stops for a new regional festival. These are the six acts who will headline.
Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio has reacted to the final day of the Weis factory in the city, calling it a “sad day for Toowoomba’.
The company that now owns the Weis brand has committed a portion of the sale of the Toowoomba factory site to the local community.
A born-and-bred Toowoomba man has shared his memories of growing up and working with Weis, as the Toowoomba factory shut its doors.
Eighteen months on from the announcement of the shock closure of Toowoomba’s Weis factory, employees say the ice cream will still remain a garden city icon as production ends.
Will is the deputy editor at The Chronicle. He started his career as a cadet journalist at the Dalby Herald, before moving to the South Burnett Times as deputy editor, then editor. He moved to Toowoomba in April 2018.