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YOUR PHOTOS: Ipswich goes back to school

Niamh.

All of the pics were of smiling, excited kids.

WARNING: Council puts pet owners on notice

GOOD DOG: Natasha Gibson of One Mile with her basset hound Rosco.

Expect an unannounced knock at the door in the coming days

Your guide to Australia Day in Ipswich, Springfield

Fernvale Bakery baker Bradley Gordon is famous for his Vegemite and cheese pie.

Bumper events guide, what's open and weather forecast






'Your children are at risk': Court rebuke for thieving mum

She got tearful after a stern warning from the magistrate.

Learner driver charged after car crashed into house

The 36-year-old will appear in court this morning

Influx of new trainees helps to close the gap

An opportunity to boost skills and gain qualifications.

What speeding in a school zone will cost you

ROAD SAFETY WEEK: Constable Matthew Bedding participating in speed management LiDAR training in George Street.

If you do exceed the speed limit, you will be penalised.

Hornets homeward bound after long campaign

A RAAF F/A-18 Hornet arrives at RAAF Base Amberley to support the G20 Leaders Summit.

Air crews return from operations in the Middle East

Testing for toxic PFAS chemical to begin in Ipswich

TESTING: Six sites around RAAF Base Amberley will be tested as part of the Department of Defence's investigation into the levels of PFAS foam in the area.

Six sites near RAAF base targeted for investigation

Myanmar challenge for Ipswich health officer

VITAL WORK: Ipswich health worker Mark Myerson has departed for the trouble-riddled Myanmar.

"This is an opportunity to give back to the global community"

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Art shows off unique talent

Exhibit to feature Jan Williams, Jane Harthoorn-Williams, Sharon Lee and Ian Clark.

Help Toowoomba woman who lost everything in fire

Emergency crews are battling a blaze in Rangeville after a vehicle in a carport caught fire.

She raced home to watch firefighters battle the blaze

10 things you didn't know about 'Dr Death'

Dr Philip Nitschke .

The euthanasia advocate is coming to Lismore next month

Three generations behind new Ipswich fashion venture

Jordan Hewitt designers Marlene Millers, Josephine Garner and Dee Holledge.

The dresses are designed with all body shapes in mind

New venture stirring at popular Ipswich boutique

Giggles Hair, Coffee and Beauty owner Kristy Midgley enjoys a coffee with Teneale Bartsh.

She jumped at the chance to offer her clients a new experience.

premium_icon Three little words, four days of retail pain

Ayr local Kristy Wassmuth with daughters Emilee, 5, and Briella, 7, are unhappy Coles in Ayr will be closed over the Easter long weekend. Picture: Zak Simmonds

Regional towns hit by 'blockbuster stuff-up'

City councillors summoned to meeting

Ipswich City Council Administration Building, South Street, Ipswich. Photo: Claudia Baxter / The Queensland Times

"A confidential briefing will be provided at the special meeting"

Monstrous Mystery the latest film to descend on Ipswich

ACTION: A student film production of  Monstrous Mystery  was filmed in the Cobb & Co Park at Rosewood this week.

Region to star on the big and small screen... again

Private defence precinct 'would grow city's prosperity'

FIGHTER: David Hamill wants to see land adjacent to RAAF Base Amberley used to facilitate high-level defence industries and create jobs.

Former treasurer calls for progression of defence centre

Ipswich baby photos

Babies at Ipswich Hospital. Baby Penuel Galuvao and father Lole Junior Tiumalo.

Meet the latest arrivals from Ipswich Hospital maternity ward.

Ipswich goes back to school

Ruby.

Monday was the first day of school for many children across Ipswich.

Public servant arrest over terror financing

Members of the NSW Joint Counter Terrorism Team have arrest the woman today. Picture: NSW Police

Accused of sending $30,000 overseas to Islamic State.

Chris Hemsworth in new Dundee movie

Chris Hemsworth is done playing Thor. Picture:AFP/Angela Weiss

Surprising reboot gets a surprise star.

The Hunger Project

One of the villages in Uganda that is benefiting from the Hunger Project.

Mini documentary on an initiative to save the lives of people in Uganda.

Ford Mustang Bullitt’s jaw-dropping sale tag

THE remake of Ford’s iconic Mustang Bullitt, made famous by the eponymous Steve McQueen movie, is living up to the hype.

Car guru questions Tesla’s future

Former General Motors vice chairman, Bob Lutz, has cast doubt on the future prospects of electric car maker Tesla amid mounting financial losses. Picture: Supplied.

Is the electric car maker on borrowed time?

The great avocado shortage of 2018

Bad news for brunch lovers as avocado supplies dwindle.

Australia has plunged into the Great Avocado Depression of 2018

Empowering Trans people a 'slow slog'

Phylesha Brown-Acton, director of F'INE, is sick of transpeople being referred to as a medical liability.

How has life changed for Trans folk in the last ten years?

Cruise went from joy to hell in 24 hours

Riley Adams was on a cruise with his family. Picture: Jason and Jodi Adams/GoFundMe

It all started with a headache

How much can you expect to pay for an avocado?

The Belle General owner Kyla Plummer said they had never seen prices for avocados as high as in January 2018 where demand had outstripped supply.

This little fruit now has a big price tag

premium_icon MP in call to action over Defence suicides

Men accounted for 93 per cent of suicides (303) and 84 per cent of the ADF populations examined. Women accounted for 22 suicides (7 per cent), including 11 ex-serving women.

MP says the number of defense-related suicides are a "national disgrace"

Netflix cops $48m Kevin Spacey hit

THE latest figures from Netflix have wowed the market as the streaming service smashed expectations, but there was one noticeable black eye in the earnings report.

Bay dancer moving to Paris to perform at Disneyland

LOCAL LEGEND: Dancer Lili Wellings is set to move to Paris in May.

Lili Wellings is living every young dancers dream.

Hemsworth’s surprise appearance in Dundee reboot

Chris Hemsworth brings his star power to the Dundee reboot.

CHRIS Hemsworth is adding some star power to the latest Aussie reboot

How Oscars will avoid another catastrophe

Jordan Horowitz, producer of "La La Land," left, shows the envelope revealing "Moonlight" as the true winner of best picture at the Oscars in Los Angeles as presenter Warren Beatty and host Jimmy Kimmel, right, look on.

The winning envelope mixup will not be repeated as The Oscars undergo shake-up

How to make $1 million ‘flipping’ houses

Alicia and Tom Hall are professional "flippers". Picture: Supplied

“It can be a bit stressful — it never stops and it’s very consuming."

City housing development could lead to 'landslides'

Phil Collins speaks at the meeting regarding a new housing estate in Prince Henry Heights . Tuesday, 16th Jan, 2018

The development could see traffic increase by 130 per cent

Coast business taking the US by storm

MAKING MOVES: BoxBrownie director has take the company's latest real estate marketing tool to New York City as it continues to make massive inroads into the United States.

Coast company cracks the US real estate market

Cost-effective hacks bring high-class style to your home

Create warmth with vintage-style light bulbs.

These home hacks can make a big difference for a small spend.

M'boro prison needs to fill 10-15 full-time jobs

PRISON JOBS: Maryborough Correctional Centre General Manager Louise Kneeshaw says new job oppotunities will help curb overcrowding.

There are 10-15 positions available. All you need to know inside.

How Australia chucks a sickie

Taking a sickie is popular with Australians.

ALMOST half of us are chucking a sickie when we take sick leave

How Aussies can survive robot takeover

Getting a job was already competitive for young Aussies, and automation means they’ll have to brush up on skills that employers used to ignore. Picture: iStock

Millenials aren't just fighting each other, they're fighting robots

7000 Ipswich jobs: Where they came from and how to get one

NEW EMPLOYMENT: Kloe-Jayne Thomas secured a casual job making and roasting coffee at Ipswich's Dancing Bean Roastery.

Ipswich trails other Southeast regions for annual employment growth.

premium_icon Public servants brace for change from overhaul

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk swears in during a ceremony at Government House in Brisbane, Tuesday, December 12, 2017. Ms Palaszczuk's cabinet was today sworn in after winning the November 25 state election.

Queensland's top bureaucrats have been warned to expect changes

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First name revealed for I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here

Isuzu D-MAX will be in the middle of the reality TV action this year.

Series four name revealed ahead of program launch.

BMW X2 continues the crossbreed revolution

The BMW X2 is scheduled to reach showrooms during March priced from $55,900.

New BMW X2 forecast to arrive in showrooms by March.

'Alarming' excuses drivers use to speed in school zones

FILE PHOTO: Drivers speed through Coast school zones.

The excuses drivers are using to speed in Coast school zones.

VIRAL VIDEO: 'This is how not to do a recovery'

The video has quickly amassed over 750,000 views

Bathurst 12-hour: the other great race at Mount Panorama

Spectacular backdrop: Mount Panorama will be open for business again soon. Pic: Supplied.

Get set for some exciting production car racing.

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