Meet the Laidley bartender we are proud to call UGLY

GENEROUS AND LIKEABLE: Laidley bartender Jamie-Lee McCluskey came second in the UGLY Bartender of the Year competition.

Jamie-Lee McCluskey is Queensland's second ugliest bartender.

9000 reasons to support our community clubs

Lifesaving clubs provide a valuable community service, along with other community clubs.

50% of clubs earn no revenue from poker machines

Ipswich people love heritage

Travel through the city centre and learn about the early history of Ipswich - Queensland's oldest provincial city.

Locals prove their love for heritage

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

OPINION: How my coastal paradise became a warzone

RACQ Capricorn Rescue Helicopter Service returned to Gladstone to refuel after it found a missing yacht washed up on rocks west of Middle Island this morning.

Life after dark in this beachside suburb is not what you'd expect

Should schools teach students about recruitment?

Should schools teach students about recruitment?

Looking for work and interviewing is part of life.

Saving dogs from cruelty in Thailand

Rescued dogs from illegal dog meat trade

All of these beautiful dogs have been to hell and back

Mini cities mean mega profits for developers

Community Farms are spaces of Joy & Connection

Are there really thousands of new jobs in these big projects?

Construction job losses as new industry to rule in Gladstone

A NEW industry will offset job losses in the construction sector.

Helping to avert a suicide

"The human connection will be key"

Technology aims to connect people with mental health professionals

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...

AutoWed: coin-operated wedding machine

Press 1 for heterosexual, 2 for gay, and 3 for a lesbian marriage. And if you wish...

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...

Company recovers after cyclone

The Tanna Coffee outlet at Port Vila, Vanuatu, was once the first Catholic church on the island.

A Vanuatu coffee company is slowly expanding following Cyclone Pam.

QT's cuties

Tracy and Billy Kopp welcomed baby Kyren James Kopp at the Ipswich Hospital on October 11. Pictured here with siblings Mila and Cohen.

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

Diwali Festival

Diwali Festival, 2016. Darcy Doyle Place. Dancers pose with Daniel Farr - Mallet, Charisse Farr and state member for Ipswich, Jen Howard.

Diwali Festival 2016

Babes in Arms

Babies at Ipswich Hospital. Baby Olivia McCormack with parents Steve and Tarni.

Meet Ipswich's newest citizens

Royals inspire baby names

Lyn Barrett on baby name trends in Ipswich

Highlights of Third Clinton/Trump Debate

Trump vs Clinton for the last time before election.

Third and final Presidential debate before election.

Mars probe stops signalling before landing

ESA loses contact just before probe lands.

The European Space Agency claims Mars probe is still a success.

Darra, Centenary Motorway, Ipswich Motorway

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Goodna, Ipswich Motorway and Railway Terrace

Camera direction: Facing south-east

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