Chris Calcino

Chris Calcino
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Published a story 4:53pm Jul 22nd

INNER-CITY parking laws have caught Toowoomba drivers by surprise despite existing for the past 14 years.

Residents shocked three-hour parking existed for 14 years

23 Jul 2014

INNER-CITY parking laws have caught Toowoomba drivers by surprise despite existing for the past 14 years.

Published a story 4:48pm Jul 22nd

THE first performance at the Empire Theatre’s new $5.5 million Toowoomba Regional Arts and Community Centre is only a fortnight away.

TRACC set to welcome first audience in fortnight

22 Jul 2014

THE first performance at the Empire Theatre’s new $5.5 million Toowoomba Regional Arts and Community Centre is only a fortnight away.

Published a story 4:42pm Jul 22nd

THE all-seeing City Safe eye is focused on Agenda Nightclub and a once-shady laneway with $64,400 upgrades to Toowoomba’s CCTV surveillance system.

Big Brother watches over Toowoomba with new CCTV cameras

22 Jul 2014

THE all-seeing City Safe eye is focused on Agenda Nightclub and a once-shady laneway with $64,400 upgrades to Toowoomba’s CCTV surveillance system.

Published a story 4:15pm Jul 21st

THE newly-formed Toowoomba Alliance has taken a swipe at council’s environmental credentials.

Group fires up over detention basin slashing

22 Jul 2014

THE newly-formed Toowoomba Alliance has taken a swipe at council’s environmental credentials.

Published a story 1:39pm Jul 21st

DRIVERS are being caught out as Toowoomba Regional Council begins enforcing three-hour parking zones in residential parts of the city.

Fines start flowing for three-hour suburban street parking

21 Jul 2014

DRIVERS are being caught out as Toowoomba Regional Council begins enforcing three-hour parking zones in residential parts of the city.

Published a story 6:30am Jul 17th

TOOWOOMBA’S building industry is back in the black after nearly half-a-billion dollars worth of construction last financial year.

Garden City building boom stuns industry

17 Jul 2014

TOOWOOMBA’S building industry is back in the black after nearly half-a-billion dollars worth of construction last financial year.

Published a story 6:12am Jul 17th

LUCK has dried up for the man they called “the Jeweller”, a cashed-up Toowoomba racing punter linked to a $65 million gold bullion tax scam.

The Jeweller, the gold and Toowoomba's bookies

17 Jul 2014

LUCK has dried up for the man they called “the Jeweller”, a cashed-up Toowoomba racing punter linked to a $65 million gold bullion tax scam.

Published a story 4:24pm Jul 15th

IT HAS been a long and glitchy process, but work on an inner-city pedestrian laneway will finally start next week.

Kwong Sang Walk open by Carnival of Flowers

15 Jul 2014

IT HAS been a long and glitchy process, but work on an inner-city pedestrian laneway will finally start next week.

Published a story 4:21pm Jul 15th

DEVELOPERS who failed to get badly-designed unit blocks subsidised by the ratepayer could start knocking on council’s door for a hand-out.

Councillors cough up cash against panel advice

16 Jul 2014

DEVELOPERS who failed to get badly-designed unit blocks subsidised by the ratepayer could start knocking on council’s door for a hand-out.

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