June 2018

Published a story 25th Jun 2018 9:41 AM

THE driver of a truck which rolled off the road at Hirstglen, southeast of Toowoomba, escaped uninjured after colliding with a kangaroo.

Truck rolls after collision with kangaroo

THE driver of a truck which rolled off the road at Hirstglen, southeast of Toowoomba, escaped uninjured after colliding with a kangaroo.

Published a story 25th Jun 2018 9:10 AM

A HARRISTOWN resident has been taken to hospital after hot ashes dumped in a wheelie bin caught fire early this morning.

One in hospital after garage fire at Harristown home

A HARRISTOWN resident has been taken to hospital after hot ashes dumped in a wheelie bin caught fire early this morning.

Published a story 25th Jun 2018 8:08 AM

A MAN has been airlifted to Brisbane in a critical condition after a single-vehicle rollover at midnight.

Man fights for life after midnight rollover on remote road

A MAN has been airlifted to Brisbane in a critical condition after a single-vehicle rollover at midnight.

Published a story 24th Jun 2018 5:43 PM

THERE is a little piece of Albert Brimblecombe’s passion all over the world after a successful auction of his prized restored tractor collection at the weekend.

Queensland man's prized tractor collection under hammer

THERE is a little piece of Albert Brimblecombe’s passion all over the world after a successful auction of his prized restored tractor collection at the weekend.

Published a story 24th Jun 2018 5:21 PM

FLANNERYS Organic and Wholefood Market Toowoomba has officially thrown open its doors, after buying out Wray Organic in April.

New organic health food supermarket opens in Toowoomba

FLANNERYS Organic and Wholefood Market Toowoomba has officially thrown open its doors, after buying out Wray Organic in April.

Published a story 24th Jun 2018 5:12 PM

TOOWOOMBA’S love for up-cycling, recycling and re-styling has helped raise hundreds of dollars for sick children.

Toowoomba celebrates 'up-cycling' with pallet auction

TOOWOOMBA’S love for up-cycling, recycling and re-styling has helped raise hundreds of dollars for sick children.

Published a story 24th Jun 2018 4:39 PM

TWO major Highfields intersections notorious for traffic congestion and pedestrian safety concerns will be signalised as part of future planning for the area.

Signals coming to notorious Highfields intersections

TWO major Highfields intersections notorious for traffic congestion and pedestrian safety concerns will be signalised as part of future planning for the area.

Published a story 24th Jun 2018 4:21 PM

ROMA police have commended revellers at the town’s annual rugby league race day for their good behaviour and responsibility on the roads.

Police praise patrons' behaviour at Roma Rugby Races

ROMA police have commended revellers at the town’s annual rugby league race day for their good behaviour and responsibility on the roads.

Published a story 24th Jun 2018 3:48 PM

TRADITIONAL Ugandan songs and dances had more than 300 people up on their feet delighting in the performances of Ubuntu at Fairholme College at the weekend.

Ugandan singers, dancers thrill audiences in Toowoomba

TRADITIONAL Ugandan songs and dances had more than 300 people up on their feet delighting in the performances of Ubuntu at Fairholme College at the weekend.

Published a story 24th Jun 2018 9:36 AM

A VIETNAMESE man in Australia illegally has been arrested in the region after a routine traffic stop.

Routine traffic stop catches illegal immigrant in region

A VIETNAMESE man in Australia illegally has been arrested in the region after a routine traffic stop.

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Tara started with APN in 2010 after graduating with a journalism and politics degree from Griffith University in Brisbane. After two-and-a-half years working on APN papers in the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland, she joined the team at The Chronicle in February 2013. In September that year she took over the reins of the Rural Weekly.