Toowoomba Councillor Geoff McDonald Talks About the Benefits of Safer Toowoomba Regional Partnerships Inc.

Councillor Geoff McDonald

Toowoomba Regional Councillor, Geoff McDonald has outlined the benefits of Safer Toowoomba Regional Partnerships Inc. “We have a variety of groups, we’ve got the police, corrective services, the health sector, the education sector, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander area, the homeless area, people involved in drugs and alcohol as far as the prevention of,” Cr McDonald said in the podcast ...

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What’s on in Toowoomba and Stanthorpe

Read the What’s on in Toowoomba and Stanthorpe Podcast TRANSCRIPT Andrew: Welcome to the What’s on in Toowoomba and Stanthorpe TrueAU.news weekly podcast with Toowoomba advocate Daryl Nicholson, who own and runs Toowoomba 4350TV and Stanthorpe 4380TV. Now, my name is Andrew McCarthy-Wood and thank you for your company. This community podcast is brought to you by Leading Engagement Solutions. ...

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World’s Loudest Town Crier, Toowoomba’s Kevin Howarth

World's Loudest Town Crier, Toowoomba's Kevin Howarth

We risked our broadcast equipment to sample the booming voice of the world’s loudest town crier. Toowoomba’s own, Kevin Howarth, who is currently the loudest town crier in the world, took the time to chat with us about his ability and being deeply involved in his community. Kevin won the world crier championship with a 101.7-decibel holler at an international ...

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What’s on in Toowoomba and Stanthorpe

Read the What’s on in Toowoomba and Stanthorpe Podcast TRANSCRIPT McCarthy-Wood: Welcome to the What’s on in Toowoomba and Stanthorpe trueAU.NEWS weekly podcast with Toowoomba advocate Daryl Nicholson, who owns and runs Toowoomba 4350 TV and Stanthorpe 4380 TV. My name is Andrew McCarthy-Wood and thank you for your company. This community podcast is brought to you by Leading Engagement ...

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Sand Pumping on Bribie Island has Pumped up Angry Residents

A sand pump system has been installed on an otherwise pristine Bribie Island beach. The Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) website says the ‘sand back-passing’ system is a trial. “Council is trialling an innovative sand back-passing system to help manage erosion along Woorim Beach,” stated on the MBRC website. “The system recycles sand that naturally shifts southwards along the beach, ...

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