June 2020

Published a story 4th Jun 2020 9:58 AM

VOLVO cars will no longer be sold in Toowoomba from the end of the month, after the car manufacturer decided not to renew its franchise agreement.

Car manufacturer withdrawing from Toowoomba sales market

VOLVO cars will no longer be sold in Toowoomba from the end of the month, after the car manufacturer decided not to renew its franchise agreement.

Published a story 3rd Jun 2020 3:41 PM

AN APPLICATION from New Acland Coal to wind up OCAA over more than $750,000 in court costs has been set down for a decision on papers on June 11.

Acland applies to wind up OCAA over $750k court costs

AN APPLICATION from New Acland Coal to wind up OCAA over more than $750,000 in court costs has been set down for a decision on papers on June 11.

Published a story 2nd Jun 2020 9:33 PM

PLANS for a “world class hospital” on the site of the Baillie Henderson campus have been released for public feedback.

'World class' new Toowoomba hospital plans revealed

PLANS for a “world class hospital” on the site of the Baillie Henderson campus have been released for public feedback.

Published a story 2nd Jun 2020 5:06 PM

BORDER closures could rip as much as $190 million out of the Darling Downs economy, the LNP has warned.

LNP warns of up to $190m hit to region over border closures

BORDER closures could rip as much as $190 million out of the Darling Downs economy, the LNP has warned.

Voted in a poll 2nd Jun 2020 5:01 PM

May 2020

Published a story 29th May 2020 6:37 PM

KAREN McGuire, a bookbinder and gold finisher by trade, is one of Highfields’ little gems.

The Highfields woman keeping the art of bookbinding alive

KAREN McGuire, a bookbinder and gold finisher by trade, is one of Highfields’ little gems.

Published a story 29th May 2020 6:27 PM

DEVELOPER Ian Knox is mothballing the massive Fernleigh housing project near Westbrook, laying the blame at the feet of Toowoomba Regional Council.

Fernleigh on ice; developer blames council department

DEVELOPER Ian Knox is mothballing the massive Fernleigh housing project near Westbrook, laying the blame at the feet of Toowoomba Regional Council.

Published a story 29th May 2020 6:17 PM

COMMUNITY and business leaders across Toowoomba have shown their support for The Chronicle.

LEADERS: Why we need newspapers to continue in print

COMMUNITY and business leaders across Toowoomba have shown their support for The Chronicle.

Published a story 28th May 2020 4:05 PM

A LAND development company headed by Toowoomba businessman Mark Peart has been tipped into liquidation.

Liquidation for Peart's multi-million dollar land venture

A LAND development company headed by Toowoomba businessman Mark Peart has been tipped into liquidation.

Published a story 27th May 2020 7:41 PM

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".

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".

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Matthew is a journalist with The Chronicle. He joined the team in September 2017, after spending two years as the editor of the Chinchilla News and Murilla Advertiser. He started his career as a cadet at the Whitsunday Coast Guardian in Proserpine in 2014.