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Teen shot by police charged

Police at the scene at Springfield last week. Picture: AAP/Ric Frearson

Teen shot by police charged with intending to cause grievous bodily harm

Police charge Springfield teenager after shooting incident

Just before 2.30pm police responded to the incident which involved officers shooting at the 16-year-old, who they say was armed with a knife at the time.

Police allege the boy attempted to strike the man with a knife

Young boys missing in Goodna spark police calls for help

Police hold concerns for two young boys missing from Goodna.

Due to their age, police hold concerns for their welfare






Five comedians that'll have you wetting your pants

THERE is only one place it’s socially acceptable to wet your pants after the age of four, and in this case, it’s almost unavoidable.

Why social media has us ordering wild cocktails

WE HAVE always eaten with our eyes, and thanks to the social media revolution it seems we’re drinking with them too.

Where to see Dr Karl, and a heap of other cool stuff

THE only city outside New York to host the World Science Festival, Brisbane is gearing up for a seriously good event in 2018.

Guilty plea for kidnapping, assault

He was formally discharged of a torture charge.

POLICE SHOOTING: Father barred from contacting son, wife

The son, who remains in hospital, is expected to make a full recovery.

Men graffiti pink penis before torching woman's car

Arsonists' night of "absolute stupidity".

350 gather to farewell USQ stalwart

"She will be remembered for her kind heart and keen mind."

'The trauma still lives with us': Stolen child's message

SORRY DAY: Aunty Rhonda Collard-Spratt, member of the Stolen Generations, spoke at a National Apology event at the USQ Springfield campus.

PM's apology part of the journey towards healing

There's no sign of lollipop lady giving it up

ROAD TO SUCCESS: June Young has helped generations of students cross the road safely.

June Young is "part of the woodwork" at St Francis Xavier

Warning: Check guidelines to reduce risks during heat wave

Tips to help clubs keep participants safe

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2018 Chinese New Year celebrations

Top tips on where to celebrate the Year of the Dog

11 things to do in Ipswich

Minecraft Raspberry Pi at the Ipswich Central Library.

Looking for something to do this week, we've got you covered

Free family fun and outdoor movie

Bring you Family out for an Outdoor Movie Night on a large Inflatable Screen.

Jumping castles, live music, food stalls and free giveaways

Mental set to rock city Festival

Mental as Anything

Popular band to star at Heritage Bank Street Party

No cash or sex toys for Valentine's Day please

Kenny the Clydesdale is ready for Valentine's Day.

It is the lovers' day today, will you be celebrating?

Have a fashion sense? Ipswich Vinnies wants you

TIME: Ipswich St Vincent de Paul volunteers Sarah Folley (front), with Azalech Kassa, Alice Colombani and Beth Cousens.

Op-shops are no longer just dumping grounds for dilapidated clothing

New Bundamba Fire Station

Fire fighters and staff prepare to move into their new fire station at Bundamba.

The QT was given a look inside the new Bundamba Fire Station.

World Record Broken

The Ipswich Hospital Foundation successfully organised and beat the Guinness World Record for the largest Aqua Class at the Bundamba Swim Centre.

The Ipswich Hospital Foundation successfully organised and beat the Guinness World...

Bundamba station to open

Fire fighters and staff prepare to move into their new fire station at Bundamba.

Fire fighters and staff prepare to move into their new fire station at Bundamba.

Cruise ship brawl

Violence has allegedly erupted on board the Carnival Legend cruise ship that’s due to return to Melbourne on Saturday.

Security intervenes after brawl breaks out on cruise ship.

Cost of having children soaring sky high

PARENTS-TO-BE have been warned that it’s now more expensive than ever to bring a child into the world, and competition among parents is driving up the price.

These are the sex capitals of Australia

Sex is in demand.

Data reveals surprise Australian suburbs where people want sex the most

‘I have slept with 100 people’

The documentary is one person’s quest to track down their 100 past sexual encounters

Documentary counts down one person’s full list of sexual encounters

Pregnant Erin Molan hospitalised

Erin Molan has been announced as the new host of the Footy Show. Picture: Jonathan Ng

She collapsed, hitting her head on the ground

Botched jump led to years of hell

Hilary Judith nearly died in a skydiving accident. But that was only the start of the trauma.

Her body was reliving the accident, over and over again

Return to sender

HEAR THE ECHO: The Mountain Story is a metaphor for life in general.

Like a voice echoes in the mountains, in life we get what we give

Stone the flamin’ crows: Home and Away actor's new project

HE’S played the iconic Alf Stewart for 30 years — but now, Home and Away’s Ray Meagher is working on a new project.

Audience member shocked penis puppeteer

Rich Binning and Barry Brisco from Puppetry of the Penis.

It takes a lot to shock Rich Binning who appears nude on stage

What’s the greatest 1980s movie ever?

That lift, featuring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, back when she had a normal nose.

From Dirty Dancing and Crocodile Dundee to Die Hard

Jennifer Lawrence flaunts her nudity on set

Actress Jennifer Lawrence attends the premiere of "Red Sparrow" at the Newseum on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, in Washington. (Photo by Brent N. Clarke/Invision/AP)Source:AP

Jennifer Lawrence so comfortable on Red Sparrow set, she went naked

The millionaire real estate mogul who rents

Luis D Ortiz, the real estate genius who made millions in New York, then walked away, is on his way to Australia.

The millionaire real estate mogul who prefers to rent

Coffee king forks out $6.5m for Queensland home

Philip and Gianna Di Bella now have a new New Farm at home. Picture: Annette Dew.

Phillip Di Bella has forked out $6.5 million for a New Farm home

How Ipswich home owners can save $5000 a year

Finance experts say that, based on an average 30-year home loan of $371,100, households could save $5412 a year in repayments with a few simple steps.

We show you how to make money from your home

Rare look inside ghostly abandoned casino

Photojournalist Jakub Kyncl managed to get inside Romania’s creepy old Constanta Casino. Picture: Jakub Kyncl

The haunting remains of Romania’s grandest casino

LOOK WHO'S HIRING: 5 Ipswich jobs up for grabs

Job hunting

Some businesses need new staff right now

premium_icon Origin Energy slashes 650 jobs

Job losses at Origin energy

Company determined to cut costs to get gas price down

Health sector leads as Sunshine Coast jobs surge

Aerial photography Sunshine Coast. Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

Sunshine Coast unemployment lower than Brisbane

Could you work at Aldi for $102k?

Aldi Australia CEO Tom Daunt. Picture: Hollie Adams/The Australian

Aldi is kicking off 2018 by hiring 50 people on a salary of $102,000

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BMW ups the voltage on government electric vehicle policy

BMW has called on the Federal Government to offer tax relief for buyers of electric cars.

Call for tax relief to bolster electric car sales.

Nissan touts health benefits of electric vehicles

New charge points for electric cars are being unveiled at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.Visionstream CEO Richard Kelleway ready to plug in.

Emissions are becoming a key concern for governments.

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