November 2019

Published a story 11th Nov 2019 4:00 PM

IN 1999, a new optometrist opened in Toowoomba. Twenty years later, they have celebrated their ongoing success with a reunion.

Key behind 20 years of success for optometrist

IN 1999, a new optometrist opened in Toowoomba. Twenty years later, they have celebrated their ongoing success with a reunion.

Published a story 11th Nov 2019 11:25 AM

Male members vote to keep women on the outer at Toowoomba club.

Toowoomba club to remain men’s only after gender vote

Male members vote to keep women on the outer at Toowoomba club.

Published a story 6th Nov 2019 2:00 PM

A PARLIAMENTARY committee has voted against tough new laws that would have given protesters hefty jail sentences for aggravated or organised trespassing.

Tough new trespass laws for protesters dismissed

A PARLIAMENTARY committee has voted against tough new laws that would have given protesters hefty jail sentences for aggravated or organised trespassing.

Published a story 5th Nov 2019 5:54 PM

GUSTY conditions didn’t dampen Melbourne Cup celebrations in Toowoomba today, as hundreds flocked to Clifford Park Racecourse to watch the race that stops a nation.

GALLERY: Melbourne Cup fever comes to town

GUSTY conditions didn’t dampen Melbourne Cup celebrations in Toowoomba today, as hundreds flocked to Clifford Park Racecourse to watch the race that stops a nation.

Published a story 5th Nov 2019 5:08 PM

Christmas has come early for the Toowoomba Women’s Shed, with Australia Post’s 2019 Community Grants program awarding them $5000 to aid in their donation efforts.

Grant a gift that keeps giving for Women’s Shed

Christmas has come early for the Toowoomba Women’s Shed, with Australia Post’s 2019 Community Grants program awarding them $5000 to aid in their donation efforts.

Published a story 4th Nov 2019 4:42 PM

ST URSULA’S College student Aylish Ryan has been announced as a winner of Opera Australia’s Regional Vocal Scholarship, a prestigious award only handed out to four singers each year.

Toowoomba student an opera star of tomorrow

ST URSULA’S College student Aylish Ryan has been announced as a winner of Opera Australia’s Regional Vocal Scholarship, a prestigious award only handed out to four singers each year.

Published a story 4th Nov 2019 4:37 PM

MERINGANDAN woman Kellee Clarkson said she feels guilt knowing one medical test could have changed everything for her daughter, Wynter.

Parents call for life-saving medical test

MERINGANDAN woman Kellee Clarkson said she feels guilt knowing one medical test could have changed everything for her daughter, Wynter.

Published a story 4th Nov 2019 9:45 AM

HERE’S when the rain’s coming and how much Toowoomba is expected to receive.

Band of storms to bring rain to Toowoomba

HERE’S when the rain’s coming and how much Toowoomba is expected to receive.

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