Welcome to Episode 17 of Talkin' Toowoomba brought to by Southern Queensland Country Tourism
. We chat to the CEO Peter Homan about the importance for supporting all the different types of business we have in our own back yard by exploring Toowoomba and our greater region for ourselves . And with restrictions lifting again from last Saturday we spoke to a couple of local cafes that have been able to reopen their doors.
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In News of the Week
“Campgrounds controlled by TR Council that will re-open include:
- Bowenville Recreation Reserve, Bowenville
- Swinging Bridge Park, Cooyar
- Yarraman Weir Park, Yarraman
- Clifton Recreation Reserve, Clifton
- Cecil Plains Caravan Park, Cecil Plains
- Yarramalong Weir, Pampas
- Lake Cressbrook, Crows Nest
Please adhere to relevant Queensland Health requirements with a maximum gathering of twenty persons permitted under Stage Two easing of restrictions
Apparently, I'm a closet pen lover so I could not go past telling you all about Wedneday the 10th of June
In 1943 the Bíró brothers, László and György, became owners of US Patent 2,390,636 – better known around the world as the ball point pen. The Hungarian inventors’ new pen, inspired by the quick-drying inks used by professional printers, was as remarkable as the first fountain pen had been the century before. Ball Point Pen Day celebrates these intrepid inventors, and the often indelible mark they’ve left on the world at large.
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