Peter Foley

Peter  Foley
  • Joined: Oct 2012
  • published: 618

Published a story 8:37pm Sep 2nd

IT was the closest thing to a RAAF fashion parade you're likely to see as men and women lined up to pick out their new uniform.

A blue day for the air force

3 Sep 2014

IT was the closest thing to a RAAF fashion parade you're likely to see as men and women lined up to pick out their new uniform.

Published a story 7:25pm Sep 1st

APPROACHING their marvellous milestone it's clear Ray and Eunice Auld have plenty to be grateful for.

Happy couple prepares to celebrate 65 years since wedding

2 Sep 2014

APPROACHING their marvellous milestone it's clear Ray and Eunice Auld have plenty to be grateful for.

Published a story 6:06pm Aug 30th

A HUMBLE man, Father Mauro Conte could only have dreamed what lay ahead of him after arriving in Australia in 1997.

Conte Circuit road tribute for popular priest

31 Aug 2014

A HUMBLE man, Father Mauro Conte could only have dreamed what lay ahead of him after arriving in Australia in 1997.

Published a story 9:38pm Aug 29th

A NEW row has marred the already troubled relationship between the group responsible for keeping the district rabbit free and the Ipswich City Council.

Council hopping mad over $1m payment to Rabbit Board

30 Aug 2014

A NEW row has marred the already troubled relationship between the group responsible for keeping the district rabbit free and the Ipswich City Council.

Published a story 10:08pm Aug 24th

ONE question I've asked myself and people involved in animal welfare lately is – are there more animals being abused or are there just more cases being reported.

The cruelty to animals must stop

25 Aug 2014

ONE question I've asked myself and people involved in animal welfare lately is – are there more animals being abused or are there just more cases being reported.

Published a story 8:39pm Aug 24th

IT WAS raining a bit and the crowd could all fit on one sheltered seat, but the bowls game they were watching was something special.

Games honour Chris's father

25 Aug 2014

IT WAS raining a bit and the crowd could all fit on one sheltered seat, but the bowls game they were watching was something special.

Published a story 5:11pm Aug 23rd

WITH indigenous unemployment nearly three times the average rate, a new Indigenous and Industry Training Centre at couldn’t have come at a better time.

New Indigenous and Industry Training Centre is perfect timing

23 Aug 2014

WITH indigenous unemployment nearly three times the average rate, a new Indigenous and Industry Training Centre at couldn’t have come at a better time.

Published a story 3:03pm Aug 16th

THE Australian flag will fly at half-mast on Monday at Ipswich RSL Services Club as Vietnam Veterans Day is commemorated.

Ipswich RSL Services Club to commemorate Vietnam Veterans Day

17 Aug 2014

THE Australian flag will fly at half-mast on Monday at Ipswich RSL Services Club as Vietnam Veterans Day is commemorated.

Published a story 2:54pm Aug 16th

THE award-winning Workshops Rail Museum is on track for its biggest day of the year when it welcomes the community for Ipswich Open Day.

Workshops Rail Museum holds annual free day for city

16 Aug 2014

THE award-winning Workshops Rail Museum is on track for its biggest day of the year when it welcomes the community for Ipswich Open Day.

Published a story 7:30pm Aug 12th

IT SEEMS wherever you drive around Ipswich lately, there are roads being dug up and re-laid, often causing traffic delays.

Flood roadworks across region keep rolling on

13 Aug 2014

IT SEEMS wherever you drive around Ipswich lately, there are roads being dug up and re-laid, often causing traffic delays.

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