ORGANISERS of Toowoomba's inaugural Diner en Blanc could be considered something of weather gurus.
SOME of today's motor homes are more luxurious than built houses going by what was on display at the Toowoomba Expo over the weekend.
THE tree that has stood over the Bell St Mall for 40 years has been uprooted in today's violent storm that swept across Toowoomba.
TOOWOOMBA artist Morley Grainger's exhibition of First World War letters written by her grandfather makes for a fascinating read.
WALKING Together rally held in the Toowoomba Civic Square today attracted hundreds calling for community harmony and to welcome newcomers.
A WOMAN has been taken to Toowoomba Hospital after sustaining injuries in a two vehicle car crash at Highfields this afternoon.
With 13 pages of criminal history and having been jailed for similar offending, the prisoner was still angry at being denied bail.
Magistrate didn't accept his explanation that he thought a $3500 bicycle had been "dumped" so he took it.
WHEN asked by a 60 Minutes reporter who were his mentors growing up, Johnathon Thurston had no hesitation in naming this Toowoomba man.
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.