Could China combat smog with artificial rain?
According to local news reports , a document released by the China Meteorological Administration says that from 2015, local weather authorities will be allowed to use cloud seeding to create rain and clear the country's notorious smog .
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Developer wants shorter time frame for Inland Rail Project
A developer says decision-makers have to ensure that Queensland does not become the poor cousin of the Inland Rail Project.
Emmerson pledges commitment to second range crossing
The Queensland Transport Minister says he is confident private investors can be found to help fund Toowoomba's second range crossing.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Josh Webb Has Plenty of Options After Draw Verdict
IN A dramatic four minutes and 58 seconds, Josh Webb's fight for the Queensland light heavyweight title against Philip Maley featured two knock-downs, a lot of blood and a contentious technical draw.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Queensland lobby group divided on Graincorp decision
SCOTT BEVAN: Well, this lunchtime, grain growers across the country are digesting the ramifications of the Federal Government's decision.
Cancer mum sues over late diagnosis
A TERMINALLY ill mother of three, 35, is suing the State Government and a specialist for late diagnosis of her cancer.
Shelbyville Daily Union
Former rotary exchange student returns to visit host family
Almost 30 years ago, a teenage girl from Toowoomba, Australia boarded a plane and braced herself for a 20-hour flight to a small farming town in Central Illinois as part of the Rotary Club youth exchange program.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Otago Daily Times
Pride praises Dunedin singers
Bevan Gardiner , Charley Pride and Georgie Daniell pictured before last night's concert at Regent on Broadway in Palmerston North.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Outback Qld volunteer program suspended
A program that links volunteers with outback families across Queensland is to be suspended due to funding problems, but it is hoped it will be reinstated next year.
Man accused of torching Gold Coast house remanded in custody
A 22-year-old Toowoomba man was remanded in custody yesterday for allegedly breaking into a home on Queensland's Gold Coast and setting it alight.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
ABC Rural Report for Southern Queensland and Capricornia, Monday, November 25, 2013
Cassie Hough Queensland's Ministers fielded 200 deputations from the community in the final Community Cabinet for the year in Toowoomba.
Campbell Newman's stiff upper lip
A poll suggests support for QLD's Premier has slumped, but most residents back the state's bikie gang laws.
Newman keen to tout achievements amid union anger
As Queensland's Cabinet prepares to meet in Toowoomba, Premier Campbell Newman says he needs to sell his Government's achievements more as unions launch a campaign to unseat some MPs at the next election.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
ABC Rural Report for Southern Queensland and Capricornia, Friday 22nd of November, 2013
Cass Hough Quad bikes have become an indispensable vehicle for farmers but Worksafe statistics show that in the past three years 54 Australians have died using them.
Community Cabinet heads to Toowoomba
A business lobby group says it will push southern Queensland's economic credentials when State Cabinet meets in Toowoomba on the weekend.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
South Coast Register
Styke claims second title for the year
TOP GUN: Luke Styke had his second championship win of the year in the SX Lite class after winning his final race in Toowoomba on Saturday.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Solar farm sets sights on Southern Queensland
A plan to build a solar farm that could generate up to one gigawatt of power to the grid has been submitted to the Toowoomba Regional Council.
Soliman-Sherrington: Brayd Smith Return Bout is Set
Toowoomba boxer and current featherweight WBC World Youth Silver Champion 'The Great White' Brayd Smith is set to return to the ring on December 11 in Melbourne on the undercard of Les Sherrington Vs Sam Soliman.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Surprise! Australians Win Australian Supercross Championship
The final round of the Terex Australian Supercross Championship came to a spectacular in Toowoomba Showgrounds this weekend as the Aussies and their Yank rivals fought it out.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Queenslanders mad at state of roads
An aerial view of a section of the Brisbane roads network. Only one in five people rate our roads as good or very good and, in regional areas, 55 per cent describe them as poor or very poor.