PRIDE burned in 22 students who celebrated their graduation from the RAAF firefighter course on July 3 with a parade at the security and fire school at Amberley.
THE 13th annual Ipswich Poetry Feast is now giving local writers, rappers and rhymers a chance to become Australia’s next slam champion.
NEXT month marks a special time for many families – 150 years since the arrival of the Schneider and Dickfos families in Queensland.
AN EVENT marking the first Queensland railway trip from Ipswich to Grandchester will be missing a key element...
THE latest graduating group of Airfield Defence Guards has been sent on their way with a message to embrace change and enjoy the challenge of their new career.
AN AIRFIELD Defence Guard isn’t just a security detail.
IPSWICH City Council has four future big ticket projects that will require an injection of funds from the Federal and State Government.
MARBURG is cashing in on the rise of grey nomads and the camping culture by serving up a convenient site for travellers.
LOWOOD Slimmers don’t need to look far for motivation to want to do their best and make a difference in their walkathon.
Raised in Ipswich, I have been a reporter at The Queensland Times since 2002. I cover general news. For quite a few years I was responsible for the police round. My round now is local government. I also love covering horse racing when I can sneak out of the office.