March 2019

Published a story 15th Mar 2019 9:57 AM

QUEENSLAND Police and corporate watchdog ASIC are both reviewing information in relation to the controversial sale of 37 Toowoomba homes.

Police, ASIC seek documents over indigenous housing collapse

QUEENSLAND Police and corporate watchdog ASIC are both reviewing information in relation to the controversial sale of 37 Toowoomba homes.

Published a story 12th Mar 2019 4:44 PM

THE New Hope Group has scored a win on its road to getting the New Acland Mine approved.

Government makes decision on controversial New Acland Mine

THE New Hope Group has scored a win on its road to getting the New Acland Mine approved.

Published a story 12th Mar 2019 3:57 PM

FOR more than 30 years, Toowoomba Reverend Beverley Thorogood has lived a heartbreaking experience, watching on as both her parents begged to be allowed to die.

Assisted dying plea: Promise you won't let me live like that

FOR more than 30 years, Toowoomba Reverend Beverley Thorogood has lived a heartbreaking experience, watching on as both her parents begged to be allowed to die.

Published a story 11th Mar 2019 4:31 PM

A $100,000 piece of equipment is set to benefit both staff and patients at St Andrew's Private Hospital.

$100k breast surgery upgrades for hospital

A $100,000 piece of equipment is set to benefit both staff and patients at St Andrew's Private Hospital.

Published a story 11th Mar 2019 8:37 AM

IT'S a disease that can leave you off work for weeks, affect your health for years and even lead to hepatitis and pneumonia - and we're more prone to it.

Horror disease 1 in 20 Toowoomba people are exposed to

IT'S a disease that can leave you off work for weeks, affect your health for years and even lead to hepatitis and pneumonia - and we're more prone to it.

Published a story 10th Mar 2019 2:19 PM

POLICE have now cleared the road after a cattle truck rolled in Muckadilla this afternoon.

Cattle killed, injured in trailer rollover

POLICE have now cleared the road after a cattle truck rolled in Muckadilla this afternoon.

Published a story 10th Mar 2019 2:14 PM

DUBS On The Hill has broken a significant record.

GALLERY: Big year for Toowoomba's Dubs on Hill

DUBS On The Hill has broken a significant record.

Published a story 6th Mar 2019 2:04 PM

WITH plans for the world's biggest cannabis farm in Toowoomba, the company behind the $500 million proposal have made another announcement.

World first cannabis research a 'game-changer' for city

WITH plans for the world's biggest cannabis farm in Toowoomba, the company behind the $500 million proposal have made another announcement.

Published a story 6th Mar 2019 8:49 AM

WORKS could soon begin after a funding issue was resolved between the RSPCA and Toowoomba Regional Council last month.

Digging could start on $9m RSPCA shelter 'in weeks'

WORKS could soon begin after a funding issue was resolved between the RSPCA and Toowoomba Regional Council last month.

Published a story 5th Mar 2019 3:03 PM

THE owners of a Toowoomba business are reeling after heartless thieves stole up $40,000 worth of tools, leaving them to pick up the pieces.

'They took everything': Callous robbers hit Toowoomba firm

THE owners of a Toowoomba business are reeling after heartless thieves stole up $40,000 worth of tools, leaving them to pick up the pieces.

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Anton is a general news reporter covering issues across the Toowoomba region. Anton joined The Chronicle in January, 2016 as a cadet after studying at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.