Locals cry fowl over a new poultry farm in Spring Creek

NOT EGGSELENT: Spring Creek Orchids farmer Fergus Tweedy (front) along with neighbours Tina Cupitt (left) and Merle Bonell, aren't looking forward to the possibility of poultry sheds on Gatton Esk Road.

Neighbours fight proposed poultry farm

No amnesty for medicinal marijuana, says Qld Government

In November 2016, Australia will legalise  medicinal cannabis.

Families reliant on the drug are still unsure of their futures.

Woodford Folk Festival on track to smash records

Monsieur Camembert performs at Woodford Folk Festival.

Great artists, perfect weather the perfect recipe for Woodford

Ten new citizens from eight nations welcomed

WELCOME: Ten new Australians gained their citizenship at a ceremony hosted by Ipswich City Rotary with club president and mayor Paul Pisasale on hand.

New Zealander reveals his five-year quest to become an Aussie

New Mormon church to uplift the lives of all

SPIRITUAL UPLIFT: The public and Mormon church members flocked to the public open day of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Augustine Heights.

Open day showcases awe inspiring building and community benefits

Couple shares secret to the 'perfect' marriage

YOUNG FOREVER: North Ipswich couple Maurice and Elizabeth Young celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at Jets Leagues Club.

Maurice and Elizabeth true legends of North Ipswich

Why Raj will feed hundreds for free on Christmas Day

GIVING SPIRIT: Indian Mehfil owner Raj Sharma, pictured with wife Prianka and their children Sara and Sohaan, will feed hundreds of the Ipswich needy on Christmas Day at his Ipswich CBD restaurant for free..

Indian Mehfil owner opens his heart so Ipswich needy don't eat alone

OPINION: Time for our politicians' age of entitlement to end

Minister for Health Sussan Ley during Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra on Monday, Feb. 29, 2016. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

Old politicians set standard of service new breed must emulate

Colours of Somerset Arts and Culture Festival

Lowood's first ever Arts and Culture festival.

Colours of Somerset Arts and Culture Festival

Board & Card Games Ipswich

Group Organiser, John Steley

Board & Card Games Ipswich


Drinks after the swim


Award-winning artist Toni Childs at book signing

Toni Childs in concert.

Funds raised with help the people of earthquake-ravage Nepal

Indigenous student takes initiative generation of change


Indigenous student takes initiative generation of change

Ipswich's truest gentleman feels the need for speed

Real estate icon Garth Llewellyn is a country boy at heart.

Love struck in crowded room

THE moment they met was like a scene from a classic romance movie.

He spent his childhood riding country trains

Lawrie and his second wife June, who he wouldn't trade for any woman; not even the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra.

My life my story: Lawrie Brooking never had a birthday as a boy

Betty's eternal sweet tooth

Staff at Johnson's Lolly Factory circa 1947. Betty nee McLeary is in the middle row, sixth from the right, Les Milward is the tallest man in the back row.

Before she turned 14 Betty started work at Johnsons Lolly Factory

Leigh made connections all over the city for 40 years

FAITHFUL WOKER: Leigh Nugent spent most of his life installing telecommunications in the Ipswich area.

Leigh Nugent spent 40-years installing telephone lines

Graeme's story of loss and survival

HAPPY DAYS: Graeme Robertson and his former wife Marjorie on their wedding day in June, 1964.

"I was young and 'smart'”

Ipswich Bride and Groom

Here are this week's wedding photos. Thank you to the brides and grooms who shared a photo of their special day. Steph and Nathan. Married May 9.

Here are this week's wedding photos. Thank you to all our newlyweds who shared a...

Weddings: Then and Now 2015

George and Ailsa Wells celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. Their wedding in 1955. Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

A look back at the wedding anniversaries that featured in The QT in 2015.

Weddings: Then and Now 2014

Les and Barbara Burger of Karalee celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. Photo: Contributed

A look back at the wedding anniversaries that featured in The QT in 2014.

Ipswich wedding anniversaries

Ipswich residents share their 50th and 60th wedding anniversaries with The...

Furry friends bring out the Christmas cheer

Queensland Times readers posted their photos of their super cute pets getting ready...

Pets of the Week

CHINA AND PIXIE are two female Jack Russells are best friends looking for a home together. China is six and pixie is twelve years old. They are $400 to adopt together and are already desexed, microchipped, worm and flea treated.

Adopt a pet from the RSPCA today.

Dogs, cats and a parrot

These were some of the photos and comments we received when we asked our readers to share a photo of their favourite furry or feathered friend. Don Tracey - My parrot.

These were some of the photos and comments we received when we asked our readers to...

YOUR PHOTOS: First day and back to school 2017

My daughter Leah (grade 6) and sons Corey (grade 4) and Blake (prep) and of course their three-year-old brother, Darcy.

Thank you to all our Facebook mums and dads who sent in images of the first day at...

Ipswich police incident

Police this morning closed two Ipswich streets following an incident involving a firearm in Toowoomba over night.

Police this morning closed two Ipswich streets following an incident involving a...

Police release Polair footage

RUSH: Police were on a frantic rush to a Boyne Island street after receiving multiple 000 calls.

QPS-supplied video of the incident.

Don't Tell Official Trailer

Official trailer of Australian movie Don't Tell, filmed in Ipswich and...

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