The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Articles from December 28, 2011

10 Spend Christmas in the Watchhouse
Byline: Peter Hardwick peter.hardwick@thechronicle.com.au WHILE most visitors to the Garden City for the festive weekend are on their way home, Toowoomba's watchhouse staff are still caring for more permanent Christmas aguestsa. Most of those...
An Appreciation of Talent Borne of a Lack Thereof
THE first and last time I had to sing on stage was in 1961. I use the word asinga with no justification. It doesn't describe the disgusting noise coming out of my mouth as I simultaneously persuaded my body to make a frail attempt at the Charleston....
Hampers a Lifeline for Needy Folks; Calls for Help Show Residents Are Doing It Tough at Xmas
Byline: Peter Hardwick @thechronicle.com.au IT would appear times are tougher than some might think, with Lifeline Darling Downs Toowoomba office inundated with calls for help during the Christmas period. aThis is the most demand I've seen in...
Not What You Wanted? You Have Rights
Byline: Adam Davies adam.davies@thechronicle.com.au THERE isn't a worse feeling, after battling the Boxing Day sales crowd, than getting home and finding the fancy new product you purchased is not what you expected. Never fear, as a consumer...
Plenty of Options for Those Leftovers; Feasts Turn into Sangers
Byline: Kate Dodd thechronicle.com.au COOKED too much lovely food this Christmas and don't know what to do with the rest of it? Well, Toowoomba's Southern Hotel's Fire and Ice restaurant chef William Mordarcz has the perfect solution for you....
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