A WOMAN on a morning walk has been taken to hospital after she was hit by a car in the Lockyer Valley.
WHEN a contingent of South Korean journalists touched down in Queensland about this time last year, Toowoomba formed a large part of the itinerary.
TERESA O'Donnell and Tysha Gillies are among an increasing number of early visitors delivering a boost to the city's economy for theyear's biggest event.
SEVEN positive road-side drug tests from 32 motorists tested in two hours is a statistic that’s too high and endangers lives on roads.
THREE people were taken to hospital after two cars collided with the same cow on a remote highway early this morning.
THE final touches are being put on Toowoomba's favourite foodie event which will welcome more than 24,000 people over the next three days.
JIM Fogarty has worked on some of the world's largest gardens and has travelled the globe gaining experience in landscape works.
AGFORCE general president Grant Maudsley is urging primary producers to take extra care tying down hay on trucks after he narrowly escaped serious injury.
HOTELS across the city are reporting no vacancies as visitors flock to Toowoomba for the year's biggest event.
WHAT'S a Toowoomba brewery to do during the country's best festival but pour a floral ale to celebrate the city's biggest event.
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.