Delays in Korean student murder case

Murder victim Eunji Ban was found in a Brisbane park early Sunday morning.

Murder accused still "unwell" according to lawyer

Dog attack victim was trying to save chicken

A photo of a dog barking for a story about problem dogs barking in Ipswich neighbourhoods. Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

Council officers investigating early morning incident







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LETTER: LNP has no plans to cut school funding

I REFER to the letter in the Queensland Times (10/5) with regards to school funding.

Leaders debate: More reality on House Rules, Masterchef

Leadership debate between Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten too dull

Bring on Winternats

LOVING LIFE: Mayor Paul Pisasale gets int othe spirit of the action at the Ipswich Relay for Life event on the weekend.

Mayor on Monday column with Paul Pisasale

OPINION: Corey Parker ages like a fine wine

FOREVER YOUNG: He may be 34 but Maroons lock Corey Parker remains one of the game’s leading players at all levels.

Corey Parker is without the 'Peter Pan' of the Origin arena

QT's name and shame: This week's drink and drug drivers

Each Monday the QT publishes the names of people who have appeared in court charged with drink or drug driving.

Judge sends ice junkie to cooler

A MAN who went on a ice-fuelled crime spree and reigned terror on small businesses has been jailed for seven years.

Man accused of strangling partner

A MAN charged with allegedly bashing his partner in a sustained attack has appeared in court.

‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price

DAIRY farmers need to borrow trade union strategies and fight as one for a fair deal from processors.

Coalition says it will pay up - eventually

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LNP says it will support community when disaster strikes...

Crisis looms unless there is certainty over disaster funds

CLEAR MESSAGE: Deputy Premier Jackie Trad says Turnbull government has cast a shadow over the future of the NDRRA.

Ratepayers could face nightmare unless uncertainty addressed

Disaster funding uncertain and could hurt ratepayers

Cooberrie Park wildlife keeper Kieron Smedley has a look around the park that was demolished in Cyclone Marcia. Below left: Man walks his dog down Gladstone Road after the 2011 Fitzroy River flood.

$1.3B payment was split in two and delayed for 12 and 24 mths

Coles and Woolworths' dairy war hurts CQ farmers

Michael and Aaron Clews, from Slatewood dairy farm in Rossmoya, discuss the impact of supermarket milk wars on Central Queensland farmers and economy.

Dairy price war impacting $70 million injected into CQ economy

Queensland dairy industry struggling as farmers hit wall

"...now they’re not producing enough milk to cover Queensland"

Website to tackle suicide as Mendoza pleads for funds

A graph showing suicide rates of electorates.

Graph shows the regions alarming suicide statistics

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Fassifern V Brothers IRL

Brothers V Fassifern IRL A-grade played in Harrisville on Sunday.

The Fassifern Bombers took on Brothers in Harrisville on Sunday afternoon.

Ipswich Jets V PNG Hunters

Ipswich Jets V PNG Hunters. Landon Hayes.

The mighty Ipswich Jets beat the PNG Hunters at North Ipswich Reserve on Sunday...

Hey Mumma: Susie O'Neill

Meet our host and mum of two, Susie O'Neill.

Hey Mumma: Meltopia

MEET Meltopia, our Mumma from Ipswich.

Oh my cod! Big catch in Mann River

Curtis Parker holds his catch of the day an Eastern Cod caught on the Mann River.

Giant eastern cod landed from kayak

Diving Vanuatu opens up a whole new world

Diving in Vanuatu.

Wrecks and reefs perfect for divers of all abilities

Fancy a 4WD adventure on Moreton Island?

OWNERS CLUB: Testing the MU-X in its element as part of the Isuzu-backed I-Venture Club and its stunning outings for owners.

Isuzu ownership has its benefits

Move over Thermomix, there's another gadget creating a storm

The Thermomix has a new rival in Australia

Another gadget on the market that could surpass the Thermomix

Are your copies of Harry Potter worth thousands?

Harry Potter books

How to tell if your old copies of Harry Potter are worth $80,000

Granddad's heartbreak: Abused by the girl I raised

Heartbreaking tale of the little girl who grew up to be the abuser

Wowsers! It’s schnauzers

Carol Hamilton keeps a rein on her dogs.

Owners meet as dogs frolic.

Sir Richard Branson’s plan to save the koala

TO THE RESCUE:(From left): Prof Peter Timms, Brett Godfrey, Sir Richard Branson and Dr Jon Hanger.

Sir Richard Branson's island will become a koala safe haven.

Here's a taste of what's to come in Hey Mumma

Susie O'Neill in the hotseat, filming for Hey Mumma.

ONLY one week until Hey Mumma! Here's a taste of what's to come...

Mt Crosby Road and Warrego Upgrade

The Minister for Main Roads and Road Safety Mark Bailey with Member for Ipswich...

Woman cops $12,000 water bill

Bundamba resident Sherelle Taylor receiveda water bill for more than $12,000 after a leak was found in a pipe on her property.

Bundamba resident Sherelle Taylor received a water bill for more than $12,000 after...

Free mobile washing service for homeless

The Orange Sky laundry service offers free clothes and laundry services to those in need. QUU spokesperson Michelle Cull, resident Rickie Stuart and Orange Sky service rollout co-ordinator Alek Jacoby.

The OrangeSky mobile washing van sets up in Queens Park in Ipswich every Wednesday...

Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money

UP AND UP: Property owners are likely to win from rent and price increases but tenants and first home buyers might not be so happy. Photo: Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

Good new for property owners, not so good for buyers and tenants.

Sale nears on last large block of land in Coolum

The 43.37ha property on South Coolum Rd has sold.

South Coolum Rd property to be land banked