Workmates credited with saving man from certain death

THANK YOU: Bruce O'Grady in the centre with (clockwise from left) Trent Court, Chris Aiken, Dale Ward and Scott Blackwell.

BRUCE O’Grady does not remember the morning of January 25, 2016.

Multi-million dollar upgrade for Redbank Plains Rd

Cr Sheila Ireland, Cr Kerry Silver and Cr Cheryl Bromage at the new intersection upgrade of Redbank Plains Road and Cedar Rd.

Cheryl Bromage delivers big infrastructure project for city

Victim's life changed forever after horror crash

Samantha Green has been confined to a wheelchair since a car crash in January, 2015. Here she is outside Ipswich Courthouse with her mother Margaret Stroud.

She endured a nine kilometre ride of terror

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"Chook" Fowler still fighting in the law courts

A FORMER NRL player has fronted court after being charged with breaching his bail on armed robbery charges.

Pair allegedly torched house for insurance

A COUPLE who allegedly burnt down their home and tried to collect the insurance money have had their matter mentioned in court.

Man faces court on child abduction claim

A MAN charged with the abduction of two children from an address in Raceview earlier this year has appeared briefly in court.

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Babies at Ipswich Hospital. Baby Shania Single with family.

Thank you to the mums and dads who shared a photo of their newborn for our latest...

Dinosaurs make a home at Workshops Rail Museum

Ahead of their return to the Queensland Museum on 21 June 2016, the ferocious dinosaurs from Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous have been spotted getting a makeover amongst the locomotives at The Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich.

Dinosaurs have gotten a check-up at Workshops Rail Museum over the past few weeks...

Lest we forget

Anzac Day dawn service

Thank you to all our readers who submitted photos for this week's Facebook cover...

WATCH: The Gladstone brothers behind the electric reel

Darren Jeacocke putting the electric reel invention to good use. Photo: Cory Jeacocke.

These Gladstone brothers don't let anything get in their way.

Bass and estuary perch spawning season kicks into gear

The bass spawning season is starting.

Fisheries officers will be on patrol to make sure anglers comply

Call out to curb the carp in our river systems

Carp is a problem in our local river systems.

Carp an urgent issue in river systems

Humans, like animals, need reward to work more effectively

It’s not long before he’s off to follow more distractions.

These past few days, we’ve been walking our friends’ 20-week-old pup

Doctor demands action over 'distressing' suicide rates

HOMELESS NO MORE: A Gladstone teen escaped his violent family and will finish year 12 and start work in the region.

"We need to change attitudes": Toowoomba doctor Kent Perkins

Mint and macadamia pesto: Your tastebuds will be satisfied

Mint and macadamia pesto goes beautifully with lamb.

Pesto has been a summer staple in my kitchen for many years

VIDEO: Mum travelled to Mexico to fight incurable illness

STAYING STRONG: After weeks of chemotherapy in mexico, Gladstone mum and Multiple Sclerosis sufferer is finally back home with her family recovering.
Photo: Contributed.

IT'S known as the incurable disease, but it can be slowed down.

A legend is born: BMW M2 road test and review

ARRIVING SIDEWAYS: BMW's M2 offers a deeply desirable premium performance weapon for under $100k...and it's just as much fun as it looks.

Attainable brilliance from BMW's M masters

MY SAY: Nothing funny about weddings

Sunshine Coast Daily deputy editor and columnist Damian Bathersby.

HANDS up if you cry at weddings

Man thanks colleagues for saving his life after forklift incident

Bruce O'Grady returned to his Wulkuraka workplace on Thursday to thank his workmates that saved his life after a workplace accident in January. (clockwise from left) Trent Court, Chris Aiken, Dale Ward and Scott Blackwell.

Ipswich paramedics have praised the workplace health and safety focus of a local...

RACQ releases SE Qld's worst choke points

Paul Turner, RACQ

Paul Turner from RACQ talks about our worst roads at peak time.

British family bashed in Thailand

Family beaten and kicked unconscious by gang in Thailand.

Family beaten and kicked unconscious by gang in Thailand.

Demand for acreage lots pushes up property prices

Property values in Cooroy have increased 25%

Property values jump in Cooroy and Peachester.

How a sacked real estate agent made $725k in four months

Agent is now under investigation by the industry watchdog

RBA warns of future apartment oversupply

Toowoomba: Crest Apartments and Burke & Wills, Ruthven Street ( view from Neil Street) Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

RBA says oversupply of apartments poses risk to household finances