THERE'S nothing like a dose of steam to warm up a cold concrete platform on a foggy winter morning.
RAY White Ipswich principal Warren Ramsey has a simple message for anyone who believes that the dream of home ownership is out of reach; look here.
THE mining disaster that shook Ipswich to its core and forever changed safety protocols still has a profound effect on the men who were there that fateful day.
UPDATE: A man has been charged following an incident on Friday that resulted in an Milford Street being closed off.
QUEENSLAND Rail has marked 150 years of rail with a surprise steam train journey for morning commuters.
ONE of Ipswich’s most experienced firefighters has hung up the helmet for the last time, but not before passing on some wisdom.
IPSWICH detectives are determined to catch the man responsible for the callous robbery of an elderly woman in her home.
THE Ipswich Motorway was partially blocked at Goodna this morning, with traffic backed up past Redbank following a truck crash.
LIKE many who’ve carved a career from motor racing, there was a time when James Courtney was tearing around the tracks in a tiny two stroke.
IT’S not that long since V8 Supercars driver Ash Walsh donned the red blazer of Ipswich Grammar School; 10 years in fact.
Andrew was born and bred in Ipswich and has been at the QT since 2007. After starting out on the country rounds, he moved onto court reporting and then police and emergency services, which he has now been covering for the last three years. When he is not working on police rounds Andrew is busy sifting through the garbage of famous people, in search of ideas for his weekly column, the Naughty Korner. As there are very few famous people in Ipswich, Andrew is often forced to write his column about boring people, like politicians.