April 2019

Published a story 22nd Apr 2019 1:06 PM

THE Qantas Pilot Academy at Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport could host 840 students a year within eight years if all stages of the project materialise.

Qantas Pilot Academy could hold 840 students

THE Qantas Pilot Academy at Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport could host 840 students a year within eight years if all stages of the project materialise.

Published a story 22nd Apr 2019 1:02 PM

A TOOWOOMBA man has been fined after breaching strict curfew bail conditions.

Man breached curfew to help girlfriend with drive

A TOOWOOMBA man has been fined after breaching strict curfew bail conditions.

Published a story 22nd Apr 2019 12:13 PM

GROOM MP John McVeigh has slammed political opponents sharing "fake news" during the election campaign.

Groom MP slams sharing of 'fake news'

GROOM MP John McVeigh has slammed political opponents sharing "fake news" during the election campaign.

Published a story 22nd Apr 2019 10:27 AM

A GATTON man has been remanded in custody after a weekend crime spree where he allegedly stole several cars and broke into homes between Brisbane and Toowoomba.

Man remanded in custody over weekend crime spree

A GATTON man has been remanded in custody after a weekend crime spree where he allegedly stole several cars and broke into homes between Brisbane and Toowoomba.

Published a story 21st Apr 2019 3:28 PM

THIS Easter weekend just gone was not just an important date on the Christian calendar, but also on the Sikh and Thai calendars.

Easter weekend an important one for many cultures, religions

THIS Easter weekend just gone was not just an important date on the Christian calendar, but also on the Sikh and Thai calendars.

Published a story 21st Apr 2019 12:57 PM

TOOWOOMBA was transformed into a sea of harmonies on Saturday when the Streets and Lanes Festival and the Toowoomba Busking Festival took over the city.

PHOTOS: Toowoomba streets and lanes alive with music

TOOWOOMBA was transformed into a sea of harmonies on Saturday when the Streets and Lanes Festival and the Toowoomba Busking Festival took over the city.

Published a story 21st Apr 2019 12:43 PM

THEY are the every day heroes that are often overlooked by society. The women and men who take on the call to look after some of our most disadvantaged youth.

How you can become an 'everyday hero' like Dawn

THEY are the every day heroes that are often overlooked by society. The women and men who take on the call to look after some of our most disadvantaged youth.

Published a story 21st Apr 2019 12:39 PM

DALE Booth had his eyes on one specific Studebaker car since he was a boy. He was one of many showcasing their pride and joy at Picnic Point on the weekend.

'Dude Stude' a life-long pursuit for car enthusiast

DALE Booth had his eyes on one specific Studebaker car since he was a boy. He was one of many showcasing their pride and joy at Picnic Point on the weekend.

Published a story 21st Apr 2019 8:40 AM

HEMP plants could be the key to treating water and soil contaminated by PFAS.

Hemp could be the answer to fixing PFAS contamination

HEMP plants could be the key to treating water and soil contaminated by PFAS.

Published a story 18th Apr 2019 4:32 PM

TOOWOOMBA Regional Council won’t make a decision on Defence Housing Australia’s Mount Lofty project until the end of May.

Council delays decision for DHA's Mount Lofty estate

TOOWOOMBA Regional Council won’t make a decision on Defence Housing Australia’s Mount Lofty project until the end of May.

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Tobi graduated from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2015. From there he began his career at the Central and North Burnett Times in Mundubbera, before moving to the South Burnett Times in Kingaroy in 2017. He joined The Chronicle’s news team in January 2018.