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Crow’s Nest Heritage Community Branch Celebrates 20 Years

Crow’s Nest celebrated 20 years of community banking with a public event in Centenary Park on Saturday, 6th April. Progressive Community Crow’s Nest Ltd opened their first joint venture branch with the then Heritage Building Society in 1999, followed in 2004 by the Highfields Heritage Community branch. As other banks withdrew from Crow’s Nest, the […]

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Have Coffee With A Cop In Toowoomba

The next Coffee with a Cop event is on at Emerge Café Station St Toowoomba at 10am on this Thursday 4 April. Come along and chat with senior officers over a coffee, and ask the questions you have been yearning to ask – these are the people with the answers. For more information about Emerge […]

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Countdown To Rocket Re-entry Commenced

A new generation will be able to enjoy the dream of outer space with Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) launching work to rebuild the landmark Picnic Point Rocket.  TRC’s Environment and Community portfolio leader Cr Joe Ramia said that Council’s ‘Mission Control’ is keen for the rocket to take off with a new generation of space […]

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Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Invitation

You’re invited to participate in some cameraderie and fun at the Mad Hatters Tea Party on Saturday, 30th March and at the same time support fundraising for worthwhile charities making a difference to people’s lives. The Aussie Hero Quiltmaking is for the benefit of our military men and women serving overseas, Days4Girls is making re-washable […]

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Toowoomba Ten Pin Bowler Returns From Paris

A member of the team representing Australia at the inaugural World Junior Tenpin Bowling Championships in Paris last week, Cameron Stein has returned home this week and will be competing at the 2019 TBAQ State Championships at Sunset Superbowl in Toowoomba this weekend. With three out of four athletes qualifying for the Masters at the […]

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Tomorrow’s Leaders Take-A-Hike Today

This Sunday marks the ninth year for AEIOU’s Take A Hike Toowoomba, and what sets it apart is the strong cohort of tomorrow’s leaders who have signed up for the signature fundraising event, taking place on Sunday 31 March 2019. With more than 100 registered hikers, the contingent includes over 50 students from Toowoomba Grammar […]

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Don’t Be Blind To Kidney Disease

As you read this, 1.5 million Australians of all ages are experiencing kidney failure – failure that can lead to chronic kidney disease and the end of life as they know it. The alarming thing is: none of these people know that it’s happening, since you can lose up to 90% of your kidney function without any […]

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USQ At Forefront Of Planet Discoveries

The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is one step closer to helping reveal the true nature of new worlds following the expansion of its Mount Kent Observatory. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews joined USQ Vice-Chancellor Professor Geraldine Mackenzie on Wednesday, March 20th to launch the upgrades. The $6 million facility includes an […]

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