Allison Baden-Clay would want you to show kindness

The late Allison Baden-Clay.

Day honours the late Allison Baden-Clay

New chapel a godsend

Warrill Park Lawn Cemetery has benefited with the addition of a new chapel and tea room. Fay Schultz and Peter Gordon of Ironbark both have family and loved ones buried at the cemetery.

Warrill Park Lawn Cemetery upgrade provides comfort

Patient stable after shed fire at Eastern Heights

photo Lea Emery / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Emergency crews were called to the site shortly after 2am







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'How do you like the taste of my p**s you dogs'

He saved his urine in a milk carton and threw it at correctional officers while waiting to be sentenced for a police chase.

Cousin's sexual assault: Puberty 'not an excuse'

TWO young women sat in court today as their cousin who sexually assaulted them seven years ago faced judgement for his crimes.

Man accused of indecently assaulting health worker

Police have arrested the man who they say entered a health facility armed with a knife and then indecently assaulted a female staff member.

City remembers lives lost in mine

It has been 44 years since the Box Flat mine disaster

Funding fuels dreams for Boonah swim coach

CONGRATULATIONS: Federal Member for Wright Scott Buchholz congratulates Scenic Rim Aqua Fitness Centre head coach Bez Berry on his success.

Scenic Rim Aqua Fitness Centre head coach Bez Berry recognised.

Old hats at having good times

GOOD TIMES: Queen Lynette Hoskins-Meech of Classy Ladies with Queen Dee Jen of Bubbles and Butterflies at the Red Hat Society coronation of Lynette Hoskins-Meech.

Red Hat Society encourages ladies to enjoy their life after the big

Half a century working with the criminally insane

ICE MAN: Bill Nikolajevs is retiring after 51 years working for The Park Mental Health Centre.

Farewell to a mentor of the mental health service

Agonising wait for transplant

SAVED: Lima Alapati Vaoa of Dimore revisits the Ipswich Hospital Renal Unit where she underwent dialysis from 2003-2014 before receiving a kidney transplant.

Organ donation was a gift that transformed her life

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Brand Insights

Have a laugh with Sydney's best comics

Have a laugh with the Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase on Saturday night at the Ipswich Civic Centre

Your guide to a great night out in Ipswich

Wild Cherries band

Your guide to a great night out in Ipswich

Ipswich sacrifice at Pozieres remembered

The Battle Of Pozieres will be remembered this Friday in Ipswich.

The Battle of Pozieres will be commemorated on Friday in Ipswich

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SeniorNet Association Ipswich offers four free lessons in basic computer skills Tuesdays and Fridays.

Find out what's on during the week.

Ipswich shed rip off merchant caught out again

Home of Paul De Bruin, 16 Corndale Street, Loganholme. Photo Inga Williams / The Queensland Times Image digitally altered.

Big fine for shonky businessman up to old tricks

Coming up today: Ipswich scores multimillion upgrade

Council to officially open new $2.4 million facility

Council to invest more than $6m in new garbage trucks

Brisbane Truck Centre wins contract to supply Ipswich fleet

Businesses demand rate freeze from Paul Pisasale

SLUGGED: Bruce Alvey from Alvey Reels is unhappy about the 15% rise in land rates.

80% increase worries local business

Greyhound track to make way for multi-sports facility?

GREYHOUNDS: Runners in race eight at Thabeban Park.Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Logan in limbo over proposal for Slacks Creek operation

You little rippa

University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics director of innovation and research Professor Salah Sukkarieh with RIPPA the robot at Rugby Farms, Gatton.

RIPPA the robot can help Australian growers.

Former Ipswich shed man up to old tricks

LIFE OF RILEY: While Ipswich pensioners have been left thousands of dollars out of pocket the man behind IpswichPatios and Sheds is living the high life in Loganholme.

Queensland Times readers are very familiar with Paul De Bruin's dodgy activities...

IGS vs IGGS

Ipswich Girls Grammar School Vs Ipswich Grammar School prefect netball match at IGGS (boys vs girls). IGGS player Shannon Trigger dominates her opponent.

Schools battle on the netball court for ultimate victory at Ipswich Girls Grammar...

West Moreton 23rd birthday

West Moreton Anglican College's 23rd birthday celebration

West Moreton Anglican College's 23rd birthday celebration

Jets no match for Bears

The Jets lost to the Burleigh Bears on the weekend.

Ipswich Jets v Burliegh Bears in Charleville on July 23.

Police seek public help

Police have released CCTV footage in relation to a fatal hit and run traffic crash...

Mum delivers own baby at home

Wade and Terri Thompson welcomed baby Naya in the kitchen of their Brassall home on Thursday morning.

Wade and Terri Thompson tell the tale of when their baby was delivered at home on...

Baby Whale plays with Mum

Baby whale breaches off coast.

A Humpback Calf breaches in water off Tangalooma Resort.

Airline will no longer fly between Mackay and Sydney

Virgin flights Coffs Harbour airport. 04 DECEMBER 2014.

Direct flights to Sydney to be stopped from next year

New Samsung tablet a game changer

WELL-DESIGNED: Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S. You can get your own Samsung tablet free with an annual online subscription to the Daily, but the offer ends on Sunday.

Samsung is making some waves in the highly competitive tablet field

Migaloo the white whale heads north with own 'bodyguard'

Migaloo is generating a little too much excitement, it seems.

White superstar of the water will be escorted to Great Barrier Reef

Decades on - still in love

Joe and Jacky O'Dowd celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with family and friends.

Bellbird Park couple celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

Bird's eye view: Free-flying macaws a social media hit

Thank you to all our Facebook photographers - both professional and amateur - who sent in images for this week's cover search. Here are a selection of some of the favourites. Amber Pegg - Roku at Colleges Crossing

Free-flight videos go sky high on social media

Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink

Red ink has been linked to dermatitis

Rob Kardashian 'neglected' by Blac Chyna

Friends say they are now 'back in love'

Isla Fisher: I don't like talking about my private life

Isla Fisher shut down TV hosts when they asked about her husband

Mariah Carey: I 'can't believe' Prince has gone

'Prince was one of the best people I've met'

Joe Jonas' 'tough' pals

Joe Jonas' pals are 'tough' with his potential partners

The Bachelor wash up: bacon, plank offs and that white rose

Richie Strahan, second from left, with bachelorettes Eliza, Faith, Noni and Janey in a scene from episode one of the fourth season of The Bachelor.

RICHIE Strahan meets some beautiful, and colourful, bachelorettes.

You can own this Queensland town for just $1

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Unprecedented auction of town's business centre with no reserve

Work starts on $15M Caloundra apartment building

Turning the first sod at the Aqua View Apartments site in Kings Beach are (from left) husband-and-wife developers Alex Yuan and Stella Sun with construction company Tomkins director Mike Tomkins and Councillor Tim Dwyer.

Developers excited about addition to Kings Beach skyline

72-year-old Coast developer set to start new project

GREEN LIGHT: The Cosmopolitan has been approved for development at Cotton Tree.

Meet the Canberran set to deliver another chapter for Coast suburb

Plans revealed for 1500-lot 'master-planned community'

Precinct will be bounded by Boundary St and Shoesmith Rd

Ecco Ripley sales run sparks prime release

MOVING IN: Sekisui House has announced the release of more residential blocks at Ecco Ripley.

Sekisui House is preparing to unveil more land at Ecco Ripley

The fact your boss should know about you but doesn't...

A study has established something interesting about Aussie workers

Could this be the best job in the world?

St Bees Island managing director Phil Webb.

THE only rule: don't stand too long under coconut trees.

Woolworths job cuts: The man behind the 'rebuild'

THE man driving major changes at Woolworth, Brad Banducci, has a huge job ahead of him.

Brad Banducci has big job ahead of him after $1 billion loss

12 places in Toowoomba you can get a job right now

Sunshine Coast cabinetmaker Todd Bull took out the Furniture Industry Association of Australia national design award for his unique and 'flawless' table.

Looking for a job? Here are 12 places hiring right now

Boss tells worker: Show me proof grandma died

"Show me proof grandma died."

Mining giant started with space, telescope and dream

BIG BUSINESS: Dr John Russell with a Russell mill relining machine destined for export.

Toowoomba based company creates 100's of new jobs

Road test review: Volkswagen Amarok Highline

The VW Amarok.

We road test the VW Amarok Highline dual cab ute.

2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class luxury comes automated

The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class is packed with impressive technology.

Volkswagen Golf GTI 40 Years comes with fireworks

Volkswagen has launched the 2016 Golf GTI 40 Years model Down Under.

The Volkswagen Golf GTI 40 Years is shaping as a modern classic.

Teens reveal risky situations

New data shows one in three teens has taken a selfie while driving

Horror show is what it takes

DRAMA: Boonah State High students Luke Pressler and Natalie Milligan act out a fatal crash scene as classmates look on.

Boonah State High students act out fatal crash scene

Vintage vehicle LARC-y to make trip

Craig Seeley ready for adventure on his Larc

Amphibious vehicle makes it to its destination