Regional News

Fri 29 May 2020

Watch-house cop sacked for computer hacking

premium_icon Watch-house cop sacked for computer hacking

A civilian police officer working at a Toowoomba watch-house has been sacked after an inquiry found him guilty of misconduct.

Jack’s Last Gift fundraiser raises $60,000 after child dies

premium_icon Jack’s Last Gift fundraiser raises $60,000 after child dies

MORE than $60,000 has been raised in 24 hours memory of Roma boy Jack Cameron.

Luxury car stolen for 270km+ joy ride to Chinchilla

premium_icon Luxury car stolen for 270km+ joy ride to Chinchilla

OFFICERS are monitoring a stolen luxury car in Chinchilla this afternoon

RECONCILIATION WEEK: Elder says education is key

premium_icon RECONCILIATION WEEK: Elder says education is key

Dalby elder said sports kept her on the right path

Keeping borders closed is 'small price to pay' for safety

premium_icon Keeping borders closed is 'small price to pay' for safety

There is something everyone can do to help alleviate the border issue.

Deadline could cause chaos for property

Deadline could cause chaos for property

Aussies have deferred $250 billion in loans since the COVID-19 crisis began, now a looming September deadline could lead to a “cliff edge” for the market.

The workers who’ll be targeted in new virus testing blitz

premium_icon The workers who’ll be targeted in new virus testing blitz

Mass testing of well Australians in at-risk jobs is likely to be given the green light by Federal Cabinet, following a review of the latest coronavirus data.

Restrictions may ease sooner than thought

Restrictions may ease sooner than thought

Lockdown restrictions may be lifted earlier than previously thought, with the National Cabinet meeting today to discuss Australia’s progress.

Future is digital: News announces major changes

Future is digital: News announces major changes

NEWS Corp Australia has revealed changes to its Australian media titles that will result in many of its Queensland and NSW mastheads becoming digital only.

Thu 28 May 2020

Meth-dealing mum avoids stint in jail

premium_icon Meth-dealing mum avoids stint in jail

Warwick mum of three reportedly started dealing drugs to support her own ice addiction.

Vehicle flipped on the Toowoomba Bypass

premium_icon Vehicle flipped on the Toowoomba Bypass

Traffic on the Toowoomba Bypass slowed after a car hit a concrete barrier and flipped, injuring two motorists.

Horror fatal alerted by chance Triple 0 call

premium_icon Horror fatal alerted by chance Triple 0 call

A boy that survived a crash at Roma that took the lives of two young boys only managed to alert authorities to the tragedy by chance.

Bid for better understanding of city's unemployment figures

premium_icon Bid for better understanding of city's unemployment figures

TSBE CEO Ali Davenport said it was "difficult to see how Toowoomba could go from having one of the lowest unemployment rates in Australia to the highest".

‘They’re living in their cars’: Charity drive exposes issue

premium_icon ‘They’re living in their cars’: Charity drive exposes issue

“They’re living in their cars. They’re just every day locals.”

Qld election could go full postal

premium_icon Qld election could go full postal

All Queenslanders could be made to do a postal vote at the upcoming state election under law changes to ensure we’re kept safe come voting time.

Wed 27 May 2020

Queensland man youngest to die from coronavirus at 30

Queensland man youngest to die from coronavirus at 30

In an “unfolding situation”, a 30-year-old Queensland man has died from coronavirus overnight.

'True gentleman': 10-year-old boy killed in crash remembered

premium_icon 'True gentleman': 10-year-old boy killed in crash remembered

THE 10-year-old has been remembered as a keen footy player who supported all codes and was loved by many in the community.

‘I hate this dictatorship’: Hanson gives border deadline

premium_icon ‘I hate this dictatorship’: Hanson gives border deadline

One Nation Leader Pauline Hanson has given Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk one day to open Queensland’s borders or face a High Court challenge.

Virus number that will worry authorities

Virus number that will worry authorities

Though Australia has passed the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak, there is one statistic that could cause concern about the country's recovery.

'Quietly mischievous': Tributes for teen killed in car crash

premium_icon 'Quietly mischievous': Tributes for teen killed in car crash

THE family of a teen killed in a single-vehicle crash at Roma said the popular young man was a talent on the sports field.

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