October 2017

Published a story 13th Oct 2017 5:10 PM

"There is a sense that this is a bit of an oasis."

Royal Mail celebrates 31 rocking 'live' years

"There is a sense that this is a bit of an oasis."

Published a story 12th Oct 2017 4:07 PM

PAHLKE hails the giant attraction which will draw crowds and crowds.

Tenders out to build giant Rosewood dinosaur

PAHLKE hails the giant attraction which will draw crowds and crowds.

Published a story 12th Oct 2017 4:03 PM

Lyle Reed wants police to tell him what they really think

Betty Shanks case stalled as author vents frustration

Lyle Reed wants police to tell him what they really think

Published a story 10th Oct 2017 1:24 PM

"I am trying to cut back on the budget and I am watching every dollar, but Ipswich needs this.

Pauline Hanson gets Ipswich project started with $8.9m

"I am trying to cut back on the budget and I am watching every dollar, but Ipswich needs this.

Published a story 8th Oct 2017 7:19 PM

New councillor covered all bases and kept message positive

OPINION: Martin did hard work to win and followed LBJ advice

New councillor covered all bases and kept message positive

Published a story 8th Oct 2017 7:16 PM

Diverse range of professions a feature of council chambers

Mayor hails council's diversity as teacher wins Div 7

Diverse range of professions a feature of council chambers

Published a story 8th Oct 2017 7:13 PM

Customers flock to outlets that offer great price, quality haircut.

$10 haircuts alive and well in Ipswich

Customers flock to outlets that offer great price, quality haircut.

Published a story 8th Oct 2017 7:09 PM

Door-knocking and grass roots focus pays big dividends

Martin scoops pool in Raceview to beat McKee

Door-knocking and grass roots focus pays big dividends

Published a story 8th Oct 2017 7:04 PM

Mountain out of molehill made by political foes of campaign help

OPINION: Support by Antoniolli for friend out in the open

Mountain out of molehill made by political foes of campaign help

Published a story 8th Oct 2017 6:57 PM

Ethos of respect for musicians pays dividends and stats prove it

Original music thriving at The Coronation Hotel

Ethos of respect for musicians pays dividends and stats prove it

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Joel is a journalist with 20 years of experience and since February, 2011 he has been the late reporter at The Queensland Times. Joel specialises in longer features and as the late reporter he chases all the breaking stories that unfold in the evenings. A die hard rugby league fan, Joel has been pushing hard for the Western Corridor bid to be admitted into the NRL.