Joel Gould

Joel  Gould
  • Joined: Oct 2012
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Published a story 6:35am Jan 28th

HE IS paying $26 to win the seat of Lockyer but the good oil suggests Labor candidate Steve Leese might be worth a flutter with the bookies.

Leese the best long shot since High Jinx in 1960

28 Jan 2015

HE IS paying $26 to win the seat of Lockyer but the good oil suggests Labor candidate Steve Leese might be worth a flutter with the bookies.

Published a story 10:46pm Jan 27th

TRAFFIC lights and a pedestrian crossing will be installed on the busy intersection of Delacy and Pine St in North Ipswich if the Labor Government wins office.

Madden steps in to promise traffic lights for black spot

28 Jan 2015

TRAFFIC lights and a pedestrian crossing will be installed on the busy intersection of Delacy and Pine St in North Ipswich if the Labor Government wins office.

Published a story 10:36pm Jan 27th

THE Labor Party will honour all its election commitments in Ipswich if it wins government on January 31, no matter whether local candidates are elected.

Howard puts Newman in his place on election promises

28 Jan 2015

THE Labor Party will honour all its election commitments in Ipswich if it wins government on January 31, no matter whether local candidates are elected.

Published a story 6:04pm Jan 26th

A $90 MILLION Ipswich Performing Arts Centre has been unveiled as Ipswich City Council's blue-chip project for the future.

Give us our arts centre

27 Jan 2015

A $90 MILLION Ipswich Performing Arts Centre has been unveiled as Ipswich City Council's blue-chip project for the future.

Published a story 4:56pm Jan 26th

A STRONG economy needs a strong public service, but ensuring that outcome becomes a reality is a balancing act that requires political skill.

Leo Talty has the smarts to get the state back on track

27 Jan 2015

A STRONG economy needs a strong public service, but ensuring that outcome becomes a reality is a balancing act that requires political skill.

Published a story 4:52pm Jan 26th

A NEW $90 million Ipswich Performing Arts Centre seating up to 1500 people in the main theatre has been identified as a key driver in revitalising the city.

Ipswich needs a beating cultural heart

27 Jan 2015

A NEW $90 million Ipswich Performing Arts Centre seating up to 1500 people in the main theatre has been identified as a key driver in revitalising the city.

Published a story 4:46pm Jan 26th

THE $86 billion that the cultural and creative industries bring to the Australian economy each year presents a strong case for the establishment of an Ipswich Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) in the region.

Economy will thrive with IPAC

27 Jan 2015

THE $86 billion that the cultural and creative industries bring to the Australian economy each year presents a strong case for the establishment of an Ipswich Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) in the region.

Published a story 8:28pm Jan 23rd

PAULINE Hanson was more than impressed to discover on Friday that Marsden's Seafood still make their Dagwood Dogs the way she used to 20 years ago.

Hanson back to where it all began at old fish and chip shop

24 Jan 2015

PAULINE Hanson was more than impressed to discover on Friday that Marsden's Seafood still make their Dagwood Dogs the way she used to 20 years ago.

Published a story 7:53pm Jan 23rd

IPSWICH has been recognised as a world leader in the way it has planned for the future in the key areas of the economy and technology.

Smart Ipswich driving hope

24 Jan 2015

IPSWICH has been recognised as a world leader in the way it has planned for the future in the key areas of the economy and technology.

Published a story 7:48pm Jan 23rd

IPSWICH City Council is set to unveil a new 'futures board' next week that will help set the city's strategy for the future.

New Ipswich Futures Board to take city forward

24 Jan 2015

IPSWICH City Council is set to unveil a new 'futures board' next week that will help set the city's strategy for the future.

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