A fire that destroyed several homes and sparked a nursing home evacuation is now being treated as arson.
A gang of thieves has busted in an into IGA supermarket to steal a huge haul of cash and smokes.
AN EXHAUSTIVE effort backburning rough terrain in Crows Nest and Ravensbourne has given firefighters hope containment lines could hold
Prospective electricians, mechanical workers and operators applying for jobs at a Surat Basin coal seam gas project were asked to submit three vials of blood.
You can help struggling families by placing a bid on the crystal, worth about $1000.
A father made drastic life changes to get away from drugs, but they didn’t keep him out of trouble.
Alleged puppy farm shut down by council following gruesome farm raids by RSPCA.
An ambitious Australian-first project to reduce carbon emissions could lead to recycled carbon dioxide being used in beer and soft drinks. This is how it works.
A PETITION has launched on Change.org calling on Unilever to reverse its decision to close Toowoomba’s Weis factory.
Weis bars are part of Queensland’s story. When we lose such businesses, we lose our stories as well, writes Frances Whiting.
The full cost of the drought gripping much of Queensland has been revealed, with hundreds of millions of dollars set to be wiped from farm gate production values.
MAYOR Paul Antonio has announced he will seek another term in charge of Toowoomba Regional Council at the 2020 local government elections.
SUFFERING from terminal cancer, an Oakey mother has made one final wish – to get married to her partner. Can you help with their big day?
The green tubes that dot the Lockyer Creek bank look almost like rows of gravestones, and to Ken Stenhouse – that’s what they are
A Gatton man told police he didn’t know it was illegal for him to keep a tool he formerly used for work.
Queensland’s economy will receive a huge cash injection in a bid to drive job creation in a deal done between the Morrison and Palaszczuk governments.
The general store has been part of Eddie Mills’ life for more than 70 years, but drought and agricultural decline mean times are tougher than they’ve ever been.
"Making that conscious decision to love myself for the way I was, was the best decision I had made to date."
DESPITE calls for residents to abide by new water restrictions, locals are still consuming more water than they’re producing and the council isn't happy.
The Hi-way 1 business once spanned nine shops in Queensland but now its last outlet is closing down.