THE appeal against Toowoomba Regional Council's decision to knock-back a controversial 40-lot townhouse development has finally hit the court room.
A DARLING Downs business that operated for nearly seven decades went bust owing millions, according to reports lodged with the financial watchdog.
FOR more than 30 years, Kev Loveday and his wife worked the land to pay off the mortgage on their farming property at Pittsworth. Now it's 'unsellable'.
WHEN most of your money goes toward rent and other essentials, a haircut is the last thing on your mind.
WHILE there's been plenty of success stories in the Toowoomba business sector this year, there has been plenty of heartbreak too.
THE business began trading more than 18 years ago with just four employees. Now, it is part of a network of companies based in Toowoomba.
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WITH just 10 days to go until the deadline for public submissions on a proposed 342-lot housing estate, nearly 50 people have had their say on the issue.
THE Department of Transport and Main Roads is looking to remove a roadside memorial on the Gatton-Clifton Rd and is searching for the family that placed it.
A LOCAL government review panel has fined Mayor Paul Antonio $14,360 and recommended the corruption watchdog investigate the councillor of 37 years.
Matthew is a journalist with The Chronicle. He joined the team in September 2017, after spending two years as the editor of the Chinchilla News and Murilla Advertiser. He started his career as a cadet at the Whitsunday Coast Guardian in Proserpine in 2014.