Revamp bringing more jobs to region

Lions Club Richlands has started a $12m redevelopment.

VIDEO: $12 million redevelopment will change face of sporting club

Ipswich CBD: Police tell 1000 to move on

Police staffing levels in the mall is high. Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

'Undesirables' targeted in Ipswich CBD police blitz

Ipswich club achieving pathway to success

Western Pride general manager Pat Boyle with top team player Corey Lucas. The Ipswich-based club has continued its strong junior and senior development this season.

Western Pride 'surpassing expectations'

France's Ballet Preljocaj's contemporary retelling of Snow White prepares to make its Australian debut as the next instalment of the QPAC International Series.

Snow White takes to the stage

France's Ballet Preljocaj's contemporary retelling of Snow White prepares to make its Australian debut as the next instalment of the QPAC International Series.

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Accused murderer asks not to sit in dock with co-accused

Four accused to appear in court in person

'Cunning' woman tried to defraud housing department

Redbank Plains woman, 25 guilty of pretending to be a false person

'Festering' dispute ends in court

Woman threw baby food at victim, court heard

Ipswich people love heritage

'It's a great vote of confidence for a program that was launched in 1992 and has since provided thousands of property owners with heritage conservation'

Ipswich chook breeder continues family tradition at Ekka

ON SHOW: Ipswich resident Jack Renke has entered the Poultry, Pigeons and Birds Competition at the Ekka.

Ipswich teen hoping for a show-stopping finish

Pedal power gets Year 12s to schoolies party

CHALLENGE ACCEPTED: St Edmund's students and staff (front, from left), Lachlan Wood, Bailey Johnson, Isaac Poole and coordinator Michael Podolak prepare for School to Schoolies, supported by Cr Andrew Antoniolli, Jason O'Halloran, Travis Eddie, Steve Mallet, Keaton Evans and school principal Chris Leadbetter.

Year 12 students will pedal their way to schoolies

Teacher's tough road inspires student film

STAR OF THE SHOW: Former Ipswich Grammar School teacher Alan Campbell with former student Oscar Crisp, who has made a short documentary film his journey.

It's been almost a year and a half since Alan Campbell was paralysed

10 things to do this weekend

Luke Heggie is appearing at the Ipswich Civic Centre as part of the 2016 Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase

Looking for something to do in Ipswich this weekend?

Lagoon shut down for off-season TLC

Orion Lagoon will be closed for maintenance

City remembers lives lost in mine

It has been 44 years since the Box Flat mine disaster

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Patti Smith confirmed for Bluesfest 2017

Find out who else in the first line up announcement for next year's festival

Five new things to see and do at this year's Muster

There's already plenty of fun to be had at the XXXX bar.

Here are five new things to see and do at this year's Gympie Muster

You are going to Falls for this music line-up

CONFIRMED: Local artist Bernard Fanning is part of the line up for Falls Festival Byron Bay.

The line-up and ticket purchase details have been announced.

High tea will deliver more than just a good cuppa

Janet Pisasale and Sergeant Nadine Webster promote a pamper day that involves cupcakes and tea cups.

Pamper with a Purpose is a high tea event focusing on DV

How to make your small business a success

If you're struggling to progress, this book might help

Ipswich rent at right price activates business dream

ART TIME: Kim Schubel and Cassie Doherty have opened a new business in Ipswich.

Firm Focus with QT columnist Ashley Jones

Farmers in revolt over Inland Rail route

The federal government has awarded the first contracts on the inland rail project as Toowoomba looks to become a logistics hub.  Photo Contributed

Landowners raise concerns about Inland Rail project

LETTER: JBS not telling full story says employee

JBS Meatworks and abattoir at Dinmore. Beef cattle processing and kill floor.

A letter from a JBS employee about conditions faced at the company

City Pride means great hair

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More than over 600 comments on QT's Facebook page

Council car auction August 2016

The Ipswich City Council is holding a public auction of abandoned vehicles.

Ipswich City Council car auction August 2016

Rio in pictures: 17 incredible moments from the Olympics

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 05: Fireworks explode over Maracana stadium with the Mangueira 'favela' community in the foreground during opening ceremonies for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on August 5, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Rio 2016 Olympic Games commenced tonight at the iconic stadium. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

These 17 images from Getty capture the true spirit of the Olympics, the joy, the...

QT's cuties

Tyrone and Jenelle Hobbs from Springfield Lakes welcomed baby Alice Maree Elizabeth Hobbs at the Ipswich Hospital. Alice weighed 7lbs, 1oz and is a baby sister to Harrison.

Here are this week's stars from Queensland Times' baby feature.

Lions Richlands

Lions Club Richlands has started a $12m redevelopment.

Football Club gets $12m makeover

Bath time at Queens Park

Wivenhoe sunset taken last Sunday.

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

Rio 2016 Aussie gold

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 06:  Gold medalist Mack Horton of Australia poses during the medal ceremony for the Final of the Men's 400m Freestyle on Day 1 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium on August 6, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  (Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images)

Australia won eight gold medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics

Bombs go under the hammer at Ipswich auction

A decent crowd turned out for the Ipswich City Council public auction of abandoned vehicles.

Plenty of people snapped up a bargain at the Ipswich City Council auction held at...

Home Hill Attack

Police release details of murder at backpackers in NQ.

Mundubbera Murder Latest

Police have declared a crime scene at a propoerty in Mundubbera.

Police appeal for assistance from the public.

Dumb act forces council to chop down 100-year-old trees

DEAD WOOD: Trees of more than 100 years of age have been poisoned at Queens Park. The council is offering a $4000 reward for information leading to the culprits.

Vandals poison century-old trees at Queens Park

DASHCAM: Scooter rider learns painful lesson in wet

'BMW and scooter both made a stupid lane change without warning'

Cheater site criticised for safety standards

Ashley Madison serviced people seeking discreet affairs

'She was dead on the floor with the phone in her hand'

Mike and Rita James have been fundraising for the Ambulance Service since they saved Rita's life in 1993.

Rita would not be alive today without the ambulance

'Fighting for life': Treatment attacks young girl's body

Frankie Beresford, 3 is currently fighting for her light on a respirator machine in ICU in Brisbane, her aunty and Gladstone resident Jess Beresford is holding a fundraiser for her this weekend.

A three-year-old former Gladstone girl is now fighting for her life

Marvel-ous: Thor actors visit sick kids at Lady Cilento

Stars of Thor: Ragnarok dropped in on patients at the hospital

Folk singer looking forward to her Gympie Muster debut

Alternative country folk singer Fanny Lumsden will perform at the Gympie Muster.

FANNY Lumsden to serenade new fans with her country hall-style show.

Angie and Yvie ready to toast The Bachelor on Gogglebox

Angie and Yvie in a scene from the TV series Gogglebox.

ALL the regulars return in TV show about people watching TV.

ISLAND FOR SALE: Cheap Fraser Coast island drops price again

Suna Island in the Great Sandy Strait will be auctioned by Ray White Hervey Bay on Saturday morning.

This is the cheapest island you will find for sale in Australia

How a family home can fit on a 250sq m block

This is what you can build on 250m2.

Here's the floor plan of a home built on 250sq m

$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort

$100 million resort: Top views at Turtle Street at Curtis Island.

"At the moment we think it meets all the town planning approvals.”

Coast building approvals at seven-year high: report

The the 2015/16 Development Indicators Annual Highlights Report documents local development activity that took place during the last financial year.

New report shows increasing development on the Sunshine Coast

Top honours for Mackay and Whitsunday builders

The Kerrisdale Gardens property from Paynter Dixon Queensland which won them Project of the Year.

Mackay and Whitsunday builders awarded top honours last night.

Investors eye Gladstone's $4m island with resort approval

UP FOR SALE: Turtle Island is on the market.

CHINESE and Sydney investors flag interest in Gladstone island.

Father willing to do anything to work

DESPERATE: Maryborough concreter Andrew Roberts is searching for a job ... any job. He is pictured here with April, Isabella and partner Jaime-Lee Henningsen.

Andrew Roberts is just one example of the Fraser Coast's crisis

Promise of 250 jobs from Mackay region project

Bakers Creek - Corner of Cook Lane and Main Street.

Developer has promised 250 construction jobs, $316M in activity

Look who’s hiring: Ten jobs you can apply for right now

The Old Fernvale Bakery needs an apprentice baker to learn the secrets of its famous pies.

Are you a chef, meatworker or truck driver? Want to become a baker?

Virtual reality used to engage unemployed young people

National Job Link uses virtual reality about working in the real world to engage young people unemployed or disassociated from school.

"If you can build their confidence, they can do anything,”

Jobs to follow as our biggest club invests in the future

General manager for Brothers Leagues Club Mark Hennelly announces a major expansion proposal for the Raceview club.

$11 million development for city's biggest club

EXCLUSIVE: Charleville set to get abattoir in 2017

John Burey plans to convert his kangaroo meatwork facility to slaughter cattle.

Charleville's Kangaroo works are set to reopen in 2017.

PHOTOS: See the unclaimed cars going under the hammer

The Ipswich City Council is holding a public auction of abandoned vehicles.

The cars have been collected from suburbs around Ipswich

DASHCAM: Truck sends car spinning during merge madness

Dashcam captures dramatic collision.

A small sedan has terrifying crash with a truck on Brisbane onramp.

Stars' Cars - Jo Beth Taylor

AUDI GAL: Jo Beth Taylor has an affection for Audis, and has the R8 supercar in her sights.

Jo Beth Taylor talks about her life with cars

Koenigsegg Regera: make way for the Megacar

LUDICROUS: 1120kW, 2000Nm and outrageous acceleration times make the plug-in hybrid Koenigsegg Regera deserving of the term "Megacar".

Bonkers Swedish supercar builder Koenigsegg raises the bar