The Chronicle will incorporate stories from the newspapers across the Darling Downs that this week said farewell to their print product.
A QUEENSLAND Judge has found a man not guilty in relation to six sexual offences he was accused of, citing doubts he has about the young complainant’s evidence.
THE Oakey PFAS contamination class action has had a $70,000 provisional payment approved for the “heavy toll” the case placed on two applicants.
THE Federal Judge who approved the $212.5m settlement of three class actions over PFAS contamination says the decision will be “like a cloud lifting” for some of its applicants.
Chances are if you’ve been to an agricultural show in the past three decades, you've heard this man's voice. He's now been named a Queensland Great.
THIRTY-NINE people have now been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the Darling Downs, as confirmed cases spread west of Toowoomba for the first time this week.
The tallying of councillor votes is under way, with one candidate taking an early lead.
Will is the deputy editor at The Chronicle. He started his career as a cadet journalist at the Dalby Herald, before moving to the South Burnett Times as deputy editor, then editor. He moved to Toowoomba in April 2018.