A single-vehicle rollover in southwest Queensland has resulted in a young man being taken to hospital by paramedics.
Police in a town west of Toowoomba have taken aim at an escalation of alcohol-fuelled violence in local pubs in recent months, following a sickening coward punch incident that left its victim with a concussion.
Even sweltering conditions couldn’t keep Toowoomba families from missing out on the Queensland State Fair this weekend, which brought dozens of rides and activities normally reserved for the Ekka to Queens Park. SEE THE PICS HERE:
A man has been reportedly freed from his car following a crash near a small town west of Toowoomba this afternoon.
The mercury is again expected to near max out in Toowoomba today, despite the possibility of a late thunderstorm and rain. And it’s even worse for other parts of the Darling Downs. See the weather forecast here:
After months of anticipation and an expensive facelift, the Spotted Cow has finally reopened to the public. Here’s what patrons and staff had to say:
Multicultural events and festivals slated for 2021 across the Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley regions will enjoy a share in $1.5 million in State Government funding.
An unknown substance with a “strong smell” spilling from a delivery box was behind an evacuation at the army aviation base at Oakey, west of Toowoomba. FIND OUT WHY:
A man has been taken to hospital following crash south of Toowoomba last night.
Dry-aged steaks will be on the menu of the revamped Spotted Cow, along with a list of classic pub meals.
Tom has been with News Regional Media since 2013, having worked in newsrooms across south-west Queensland. Prior to his appointment at The Chronicle, he was the editor of the Western Star in Roma for 18 months. Growing up in Brisbane, he studied journalism at Queensland University of Technology. Away from work, he is happily in a relationship with his partner Sarah and enjoys playing music with his band in Toowoomba and supporting the Brisbane Broncos.