Andrew Korner

Andrew Korner
  • Joined: Jan 2011
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Published a story 8:45pm Apr 24th

NEW Guinea has changed a great deal since 1945, but there was still a sense of deja vu as Ken Smith returned for the first time since the Second World War.

Teenage adventurer met wartime horrors of New Guinea

25 Apr 2014

NEW Guinea has changed a great deal since 1945, but there was still a sense of deja vu as Ken Smith returned for the first time since the Second World War.

Published a story 8:36pm Apr 24th

IPSWICH Korean War veteran Matt Rennie and his wife of 59 years, Margaret, are still treated like royalty every time they set foot into the country Australian soldiers helped liberate in the early 1950s.

'I thought I was dead ... then along came Frank'

25 Apr 2014

IPSWICH Korean War veteran Matt Rennie and his wife of 59 years, Margaret, are still treated like royalty every time they set foot into the country Australian soldiers helped liberate in the early 1950s.

Published a story 8:29pm Apr 24th

MIXING family life with military service has always been a challenge, but never something Afghanistan veteran Tony Seysener has been afraid to face.

Afghanistan veteran relishes honour of serving

25 Apr 2014

MIXING family life with military service has always been a challenge, but never something Afghanistan veteran Tony Seysener has been afraid to face.

Published a story 9:31am Apr 24th

THE Ipswich Orpheus Chorale will recreate one of the classics this year, but first it is calling on locals to have a shot at starring in the production.

Region’s voices must be heard

24 Apr 2014

THE Ipswich Orpheus Chorale will recreate one of the classics this year, but first it is calling on locals to have a shot at starring in the production.

Published a story 9:24am Apr 24th

WORK has commenced to repair the lower section of the public park at Colleges Crossing that still bears the scars of the devastating 2013 floods.

Colleges work gets under way

24 Apr 2014

WORK has commenced to repair the lower section of the public park at Colleges Crossing that still bears the scars of the devastating 2013 floods.

Published a story 9:07am Apr 24th

WHEN you drive into the carpark at Booval Fair, you probably see white lines, trolleys, traffic islands and cars.

World’s under one roof

24 Apr 2014

WHEN you drive into the carpark at Booval Fair, you probably see white lines, trolleys, traffic islands and cars.

Published a story 9:04am Apr 24th

IF YOU ever wondered about the secret handshakes, the magic words or the underground shortcut tunnels, the Ipswich Freemasons have some bad news for you.

Freemasons welcome all into group

24 Apr 2014

IF YOU ever wondered about the secret handshakes, the magic words or the underground shortcut tunnels, the Ipswich Freemasons have some bad news for you.

Published a story 9:00am Apr 24th

WHEN the Brisbane River burst its banks and swamped Goodna in January 2011, it wiped out a lot more than just the houses and businesses.

RSL fights back from flood

24 Apr 2014

WHEN the Brisbane River burst its banks and swamped Goodna in January 2011, it wiped out a lot more than just the houses and businesses.

Published a story 8:38am Apr 24th

NEW Guinea has changed a lot over the past 70 years, but there was still a feeling of deja vu when Ken Smith returned recently.

Anzac Day honours those lost in battle

24 Apr 2014

NEW Guinea has changed a lot over the past 70 years, but there was still a feeling of deja vu when Ken Smith returned recently.

Published a story 7:18am Apr 24th

THE Vietnam War is often associated with the terrible and lasting physical and psychological effects it had on many of the young soldiers.

Vietnam veteran helped bring our troops home

24 Apr 2014

THE Vietnam War is often associated with the terrible and lasting physical and psychological effects it had on many of the young soldiers.

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