IT SEEMS I’m not the only one feeling a tad of nostalgia for the old Amazons water park.
WHAT started as a harmless April Fools' Day joke seems to have unearthed what could only be described as a cultish following for the defunct Amazons water park.
AS PREDICTED, Saturday's front page story and editorial on the introduction of paid parking in Ipswich City Square has attracted a big response from readers.
FOR 30 years or so, the Ipswich City Square car park has been one of those quirks you get to enjoy when you live in a smaller city.
WHILE it's great to see some forward planning going on in relation to the Norman St Bridge, it almost beggars belief that we are all still waiting for work to happen on the Ipswich Mwy.
IF you noticed that the paper was about three times thicker than usual today, it’s because it contains probably our most popular feature for the year.
IPSWICH'S Police Officer of the Year may not have been looking her best when she accepted the award, but it was more proof of her commitment to the community.
AFTER humble beginnings only three years ago, it has been great to witness the steady growth of the Rotary Ipswich Police Officer of the Year Awards.
THE medals belonging to one of Ipswich Grammar School's First World War veterans have been lovingly restored in time for the this year's Gallipoli milestone.
GREATER Springfield's success seems to be just another hint that what is still technically a suburb of Ipswich, is looking to become a city in its own right.
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.