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Celebrate Australia Day At A TRC Community Event

Show your national pride by joining any of Toowoomba Regional Council’s (TRC) community celebrations planned for Australia Day on Tuesday, January 26, 2016. TRC Customer Service portfolio leader Cr Anne Glasheen said the various Council-sponsored events across the region offered a great family outing. “Council is pleased to be involved with regional Australia Day ceremonies […]

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The 2015 Toowoomba CBD Christmas Carnival

Toowoomba Regional Council and City Heart Toowoomba are organising a major Christmas event for this evening Thursday, 3 December between 4.30pm and 8.00pm with the major focus on the closure of Ruthven Street between Little and Herries Streets, in the City Hall precinct. Thousands are expected to attend the  2015 Toowoomba CBD Christmas Carnival – […]

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Let’s Tell Australia – Toowoomba Says No To Violence!

Violence against women is a serious problem in Australia, where at least one woman is killed every week by a current or former partner. In fact, the Australian Institute of Criminology reports that 36 per cent of all homicides take place in a domestic setting and 73 per cent of those involve a woman being killed […]

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Official Opening Of Middle Road, Anduramba

Toowoomba Regional Council will officially open the newly reconstructed $3.7 million Middle Road at Anduramba, near Crow’s Nest 10am, Saturday July 25. The ceremony with TRC Mayor Paul Antonio and Infrastructure Services Committee Chair Cr Carol Taylor will take place approximately 1km from the end of the road closest to the Anduramba Hall.  A function […]

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Toowoomba Regional Council 2015-16 Budget Handed Down

2015-16 Budget highlights A $495 million budget. A 2.78% net increase to rates and charges. A capital program of nearly $213 million. Operational expenditure of $282 million. No increase in borrowings. The Queensland Treasury Corporation has revised upwards Council’s rating to sound with a neutral outlook to reflect its better financial position. Five key spending […]

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Bacterial Outbreak Closes Perseverance Dam

Perseverance Dam has been closed to the public as a precautionary move due to elevated numbers of E.Coli bacteria. The number of E.Coli bacteria exceeds primary and secondary recreational contact guideline limits as set in the Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Water Quality 2000. Toowoomba Regional Council Parks and Recreation Services […]

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QantasLink Services To Operate From Brisbane West-Wellcamp Airport

Toowoomba Region Mayor Paul Antonio has said the announcement that QantasLink is the first major carrier to commit to flights from the Brisbane West-Wellcamp airport would provide yet another launching pad for the future prosperity of the region. “Regular services from Toowoomba will take our city to the world,” Cr Antonio said. “The nation’s major […]

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New Firefighting Water Tanks For Crows Nest

Three new water tanks have been installed in the Crows Nest area as part of Toowoomba Regional Council’s push to build resilience and natural disaster preparedness in the region. The tanks roll-out and installation are part of $63,000 in funding secured by Council under the Queensland Government’s four year strategy – Get Ready Queensland. The […]

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