WHEN Bob and Jean Buckley moved onto their Umbiram property more than two decades ago, it was "lovely and peaceful”.
THE STATE Government is investigating the overflow of sewage effluent into Spring Creek from one of Toowoomba Regional Council’s pumping stations.
THE discovery of several thousand threatened finger panic grasses on the future site of a $20 million project delayed works for several months.
MORE than a decade ago, as David Spear set about piecing together his farming property Lyra Views, he unknowingly bought a piece of Australian movie history.
ONE of Queensland's finest meat-producing regions is hosting its first beef battle next month to showcase the Darling Downs' top-quality brands.
ARE you looking for your next family home? Want something a little different? Here are three homes from around Toowoomba you should check out.
IT HAS been described as the one place on earth most densely sown in Australian sacrifice, yet Barry Gracey reckons few could tell you what went on at Pozieres.
FOR more than 25 years Bill Hills OAM has had the "privilege and honour” of MCing various military services in Toowoomba.
THE thought of all that her family endured because of the First World War still brings Valmai Adams to tears.
MORE than a century old, the rambling homestead Greenhayes, at 418 West St, Kearneys Spring, has hit the market for the first time in 40 years.
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.