September 2018

Published a story 24th Sep 2018 4:34 PM

Across Ipswich, technicians are busy connecting the National Broadband Network to premises.

NBN reveals rollout plans for future Ipswich network

Across Ipswich, technicians are busy connecting the National Broadband Network to premises.

Published a story 24th Sep 2018 4:25 PM

IN A new twist for the embattled Ipswich community, it can be revealed four councillors extraordinarily sacked by the State Government, are suing for money.

EXCLUSIVE: Dismissed Ipswich councillors sue over sacking

IN A new twist for the embattled Ipswich community, it can be revealed four councillors extraordinarily sacked by the State Government, are suing for money.

Published a story 24th Sep 2018 2:11 PM

Diggers have been busy ripping up grass at Limestone Park in the past week.

EXPLAINED: Why the council is digging up Limestone Park

Diggers have been busy ripping up grass at Limestone Park in the past week.

Published a story 24th Sep 2018 1:55 PM

Lachlan Davis saddled up for a 161km journey on his bicycle and broke a record that had stood for nearly a century.

Cecil's record beaten after 92 years

Lachlan Davis saddled up for a 161km journey on his bicycle and broke a record that had stood for nearly a century.

Published a story 24th Sep 2018 10:44 AM

Jo-Ann Miller reveals how the community will fight back against the waste-to-energy facility.

Furious Miller attacks proposed waste-to-energy facility

Jo-Ann Miller reveals how the community will fight back against the waste-to-energy facility.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2018 4:34 PM

The woman had an imprint on her cheek, believed to be from the sole of a shoe. Police have appealed for help finding a man who may be able to assist.

VIDEO: Imprint of shoe found on bashing victim's face

The woman had an imprint on her cheek, believed to be from the sole of a shoe. Police have appealed for help finding a man who may be able to assist.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2018 4:09 PM

Rail Back on Track is calling for a taskforce to investigate park 'n' ride facilities and set future policies.

'Time to rethink' costly park 'n' ride places: Rail group

Rail Back on Track is calling for a taskforce to investigate park 'n' ride facilities and set future policies.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2018 4:06 PM

Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia and is on the rise.

Number of dementia cases expected to explode in city by 2058

Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia and is on the rise.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2018 3:39 PM

Labor has offered a conscience vote on the Bill, meaning government MPs are free to vote how they please.

How divided Ipswich MPs will vote in state's abortion debate

Labor has offered a conscience vote on the Bill, meaning government MPs are free to vote how they please.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2018 12:23 PM

The 90m-long fish ladder at Berry's Weir, Yamanto was finished in late 2016.

Fish missing for 14 years rediscovered in Bremer catchment

The 90m-long fish ladder at Berry's Weir, Yamanto was finished in late 2016.

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