VIDEO: Mayor Paul Antonio and other local politicians, sportsmen, media personalities and members of the community accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge this Friday, August 29 at midday. Please click on the link below to watch the video.
Do you have old photos or film that you'd like to preserve digitally?
A Fostering Digital Participation Project (FDPP) Information Night in preparation for a series of workshops on how capture memories digitally will be held at the Pittsworth Library next Tuesday, September 2.
The Living Lab workshops by a team from the Queensland University of Technology will introduce a range of digital skills including capture, editing and archiving of digital photographs, and uploading personal and community stories to a dedicated website.
The workshops, which are free, will also explore making connections digitally with other interest groups around Australia and internationally.
It is intended that the Living Lab will showcase many aspects of Pittsworth and the surrounding district.
All residents are welcome to attend the information night and following workshops.
The renowned Jackie Howe Festival of the Golden Shears 2014 will be held at the Jondaryan Woolshed on August 29 until August 31.
To find out more, please click on the video below.
VIDEO NEWS: Toowoomba Region Mayor Paul Antonio and other prominent personalities will take up the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on the Village Green this Friday, August 29 at 12pm.
Click on the video below to watch
Important maintenance work will begin at Lake Annand Park next week (Monday, August 25).
The large lake will be drained on Sunday (August 24) in order to catch any fish and return them to the Bird Habitat area.
During the next fortnight, the wall area of the lake and the surrounding pathways will be repaired.
The small lake with the fountain will remain full during these works for the public and wildlife to enjoy.
If residents have any questions regarding this project, please call Customer Service on 131 872.
The taste of water flowing from the newly commissioned Pechey Water Treatment Plant will be a matter of personal opinion for Crows Nest residents, and Hampton residents shortly, but the water quality will be a vast and measurable improvement on past supplies.
Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) Water and Waste Projects portfolio leader Cr Nancy Sommerfield today joined TRC Water Project Services officers and project contractors UGL Engineering for the official commissioning of the $3.6 million Pechey plant.
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