Discover Science On The Move At Cobb+Co Museum

Explore the scientific principles of music, light, force and motion with a range of fascinating and interactive experiences at Cobb+Co’s latest exhibition Science on the Move, now open With 23 exhibits and 35 hands-on activities, visitors can engage both the body and the mind in all things science. Queensland Museum Network CEO Dr Jim Thompson […]

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Caution Against Bushfire Smoke Advised

With smoke from a bushfire near Millmerran affecting some communities within the Darling Downs Health district, residents have been urged to take precautions and minimise exposure to smoke. “Increased amounts of smoke and particulates from ash in the air due to bushfires can pose risks for some members of the community,” said Darling Downs Public […]

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Hospital Performing Lifesaving Implantation

A pacemaker is a small device inserted into the chest to keep the heart beating when it would otherwise stop. The device uses an electrical pulse to prompt the heart to beat. Toowoomba Hospital is now performing lifesaving pacemaker implantation with great success. Darling Downs Health Cardiologist Dr Caleb Mengel said patients who are passing […]

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Toowoomba Small Business Expo

Toowoomba City Council in conjunction with local business, industry groups and sponsors are hosting the BIGGEST SALES FOCUSED 1 day networking event for business across the region. It is GREAT to see 150 businesses showcasing their products and services at the 2nd Annual Toowoomba Business Expo on Friday, 29th November. In a time with drought, […]

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Pumps Back In Operation At Cressbrook

Water operations at Cressbrook Dam are back online following days of emergency works from Ergon Energy and Toowoomba Regional Council staff. However, while systems come back up to full operational speed Council urges everyone on the Toowoomba Bulk Water Supply to continue conserving water. Following the Pechey bushfires, which burnt powerlines connected to some of […]

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BreastScreen Toowoomba 400,000th Screen

BreastScreen Toowoomba Service has screened its 400,000th woman since its inception in 1992. This milestone coincides with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, celebrated every October. BreastScreen Toowoomba Service Health Promotion Officer Alexandra Robbins-Hills said the screening was a momentous occasion. “Every one of these screens has played a vital part in working towards better health outcomes […]

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1.3km Section Of Perseverance Water Main Replaced

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) is completing the latest stage of vital renewal works on the Perseverance raw water main north of Toowoomba. TRC Water and Waste Committee chair Cr Nancy Sommerfield said Council was finalising work on replacing a 1.3km section of the Perseverance raw water main near Geham. “Council has contributed $8 million in […]

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Toowoomba Hospice Getting Jazzed Up!

Toowoomba Hospice is holding its Annual Charity Jazz Breakfast on Sunday 27th October from 9am at  DownsSteam Museum & Railway Cnr Ball and Cambooya Streets in Drayton.  Tickets are now on sale…..Ticket price is $35 per person for Breakfast whilst listening to Jazz music!  Phone Toowoomba Hospice on 4659 8500 to book your tickets! Submitted […]

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