The weekly program keeping you up to date with Toowoomba Regional Council’s facilities, activities and services. Audio: Council Connections with Darren Burton This week’s report deals with the Emergency Rescue Championships at Toowoomba Showgrounds, Hampton Food & Arts Festival, a library book sale, volunteers briefing and roadworks.
The countdown to the 2010 Hampton Food and Arts Festival has begun with just days until the annual celebration of local food, arts and culture kicks off on Sunday 16th May. The quiet village of just 500 residents will swell to more than 4,000 as visitors from all over South East Queensland converge on Hampton’s […]
The Lions Club of Clifton has arranged a bus to take footy fans down for the BIG game between the Broncos and the Titans at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Friday 14th May 2010. Lions Club of Clifton President Mr. Vaughn Pauli said the trip is $70.00 per person ($45.00 for Children) which includes a return […]
The David Hack Classic Meet in and around the Aerotec Hangar, Spitfire Street Toowoomba Airport will run from 9am to 3pm Sunday 2nd May. Those who attend will see a spectacular display of approximately 600 classic cars, trucks, military vehicles and various others (i.e. Hot Rods, Utes, Racing Cars, Motor Bikes & Historic planes) and […]
USQ Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynne Hunt will be the special guest speaker at a breakfast in Toowoomba as part of Domestic Violence month activities. Professor Hunt has an extensive background in the research of Domestic Violence and related health issues. She has also produced a number of publications and journals in the area of women’s […]
State Member for Toowoomba North, Kerry Shine is encouraging Queenslanders to celebrate International Guide Dog Day on Wednesday 28 April. Mr Shine said Guide Dogs Queensland, which turns 50 this year, was a local icon worthy of all Queenslanders’ support. “The guide dogs trained by Guide Dogs Queensland make an enormous difference to the quality […]
Tiffany Zimmermann is a firm believer in pursuing academic dreams. This Saturday (April 24), when the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) Master of Mental Health Nursing graduate steps onto the stage to accept her Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Award for the highest grade point average, it will be a triumph over a difficult […]