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Disaster In The Making For Toowoomba Escarpment

Prince Henry Heights Community Action Group Expert engineering advice given to Prince Henry Heights residents has raised significant question marks over a planned 40-lot pole housing estate proposed for the leafy escarpment suburb. Following a community meeting last week where unanimous support was shown from hundreds of residents to fight the project, an action group […]

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Join The ‘Plasma Movement’ In 2018

You may have heard that there’s a new approach to donating blood.  All donors – new and current – are encouraged to donate PLASMA. PLASMA is the liquid component that forms the majority of your blood.  It’s what your red blood cells float in, and it’s loaded with thousands of proteins and nutrients that are […]

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Living With Disabilities – A Christmas Conversation!

The CEDAR Centre has been a long time supporter and educator of those with a disability and to end 2017 on the right note, they have organised drinks and canapes and a great line-up to carry on the Christmas conversation – ‘Living with a Disability at a Time of Travel and Celebration. The event is […]

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Call For Sports Bodies To Be Part Of Major Toowoomba Multi-Sport Development

Expressions of Interest are being called from interested local sporting bodies to be part of a major multi sports complex planned at Toowoomba’s Glenholme Park. Brothers has launched a master planning process to oversee the transformation of the 8-hectare Glenholme Park precinct into a sports and community hub serving Toowoomba. All interested parties have been […]

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Queensland State Rose Garden Stage 2 Opening

Queensland’s State Rose Garden in Newtown Park, Toowoomba & Toowoomba Regional Council officially opened Stage 2 on Saturday, 21st October, 2017, commencing at 10am in Newtown Park.   Five Gardens were opened: 1 Heritage Roses in Australia Collection This collection is from part of David Ruston’s Original Collection which consists of old roses, often found […]

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Lost Trades Fair 2017 At Cobb + Co Museum, Toowoomba

Master artisans and traditional tradesmen and women with hundreds of combined years of training are demonstrating and sharing their skills and talent for heritage trades at the first Lost Trades Fair to be held in Queensland. You are invited to come and see trades being practised, just as they always have been, but usually behind […]

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USQ Technologies Leading To A Revolution In Agriculture

Through continued innovation and productivity improvements, Australian agricultural production was once increasing rapidly – however more recent times have seen productivity growth slowed, commodity prices remaining stagnant and input costs continuing to rise.   With the need to do more with less, are humans limiting potential? University of Southern Queensland (USQ) researchers are exploring new […]

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