Ipswich park cordoned off after man dies

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Emergency services were called to an Ipswich park yesterday

Council refusal of 'high density' development ends in court

Ipswich City Council first meeting with the new 2016 council.

Developer took the matter to the Queensland Planning Court

Accused trafficker out on bail

Brisbane Supreme District Court

Court orders random drug tests before freeing woman on 63 charges






Trio to face court after assault on woman and her dog

The group is facing a host of charges including animal cruelty.

POLICE RAID: Ipswich officers charge 35 people

POLICE have recovered industrial earthmoving equipment worth an estimated $150,000 in a raid on a Peak Crossing property.

DRUG DRIVING: Ipswich man sentenced to jail

Man on suspended sentence after roadside reading shows drugs

When the NDIS is rolling out at your place

THE National Disability Insurance Scheme launched in July 2013 and continues to roll out region by region across the country.

Budget 2017: Bid to fund NDIS sparks $6 billion search

TREASURER Scott Morrison will be looking to fill a $6 billion hole with the Turnbull government reportedly set to fully fund the NDIS.

NDIS launches Jack 'skyrocketing ahead'

JACK joined the NDIS at age three. Now he's just like every other child his age.

Lemons to race 24 hours at Willowbank Raceway

Hotted up old bombs set to raise funds for prostate cancer

Show legend returns to post after being run over by float

TROJAN: Syd Haag shows off his injuries sustained in an accident at the Ipswich Show on Saturday morning, but it didn't stop him returning to his post.

"A lady cut a corner and unfortunately Syd got run over"

Public input sought for flood evacuation, exhibition centre

Ipswich Show Society vice-president Darren Zanow at the 'Have Your Say' booth for the Showgrounds redevelopment.

Ipswich Show Society ramping up their big plans for redevelopment

Cahill scores goals galore with heady home brews

TESTED: Kieran Murphy (left) of Ipswich Brewers Union and Martin Potter taste a Belgian Saison as judges of home brews.

Ipswich home brewers earn high praise after quality entries

Houdini lives...but he's back in his cage for now

KEN'S KINGDOM: Ken the 32-year-old champion parrot, father of Houdini, is the pride and joy of owner Terry White.

And his 32-year-old dad Ken keeps winning champion parrot at Show

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Paddinton Bear is coming to Ipswich

FAVOURITE children's character set to delight in new show

What to expect at Birds of Tokyo's Ipswich gig

The band will perform at the Racehorse Hotel on Friday.

BAND member Glen Sarangapany talks music, pub grub and doing shoeys

IPSWICH SHOW: What's on at the showgrounds today

Ipswich Show 2017. Sasha Bondzulic and Kirra Peel.

THE show fun continues today with plenty of rides, games and stunts

Five things to do this weekend

Bumper cars at the Ipswich Show on Friday.

What's on in Ipswich

COMMENT: Innovation will go a long way

The price estimation tool is the way forward

10 jobs you can apply for right now

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Plenty on offer from across the region

Students' big ideas may change face of St Vinnies

UQ and Vinnies has joined forces to transform the unused portion of the building in West ipswich into a new venture to help students with training and  employment opportunities. UQ International Hotel and Tourism Management students Rousha Chen ( left) and Valentina Santolia (right) with Vinnies western diocese area coordinator Liz Ward and UQ lecturer Richard Robinson.

THE Vinnies store in West Ipswich might soon open a cafe and more

Businesses for sale across the Ipswich region

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Want to get into small business? Here's your chance

INSIDE LOOK: Ipswich's newest gym to open this week

Snap Fitness West Ipswich club manager Chris Newman.

THE gym will offer an Australian-first training program

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Taken at Ipswich Nerima Gardens.

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Hiking in the Bunya Mountains

The Festoon Falls walking trail at Dandabah in the Bunya Mountains and, top right, the Bunya Mountains sculpture at Dandabah, installed in 2008, marks 100 years of national parks in Queensland and, bottom right, at Dandabah.

This national park offers visitors the chance to get back to nature.

Diversity on the runway

A model walks the runway wearing creations by Thomas Puttick during Australia Fashion Week.

Diversity on the runway is increasingly being accepted.

WWII veteran visits gym

93-year-old WWII veteran Ken Smith is taking part in a program run by Active Body Conditioning at Good Life Gym Riverlink.

93-year-old WWII veteran Ken Smith is taking part in a program run by Active Body...

Samsung loves the wet north

Tully and Babinda perfect to test Galaxy S8.

Tech giant shoots commercial in Australia's wettest towns.

Jordan Merrick: The Unwritten Song (Live)

Jordan Merrick: The Unwritten Song (Live).

Five ways to improve your brain fitness

When we are physically fit, we are healthier and function better. Having a fit and healthy brain leads to sharper cognition and improved mental performance.

OMG! Are these guys really doing this?

HIGH LIFE: Dan Willersdorf relaxes at a highline spot west of Gympie.

Taking passion for heights to a new level

Puppy seller rubbishes dog law changes

POUND PUPPY: This little pig-dog cross is one of dozens of puppies that may be put down if no home is found for them, or they remain unclaimed by their owner. Photo Lisa Machin / Dalby Herald

Council say the new rules are designed to stamp out puppy farming

Due in October: Volkswagen's Golf R-engined Arteon GT beauty

GT FOR THE PEOPLE: Expect to pay in the low-$60,000s for VW's all-new Arteon five-door fastback when it hits Aussie showrooms in October.

Sleek fastback hits 100kmh in just 5.6-seconds

Doggone it! Did you know unrestrained pets are illegal?

It's actually illegal to not have your pet properly restrained in your car.

It is illegal for a pet to not be properly restrained in your car.

Manchester attack: Mum 'doesn’t know her daughter has died'

Saffie-Rose Roussos, eight, is the youngest fan to have been confirmed dead

She is one of the youngest Brits ever killed in a terror attack

Doctor's pregnancy comments cause outrage

FREE HEALTH: South-west health directer doctor Chris Buck.

A DARLING Downs doctor has come under fire for a Facebook post

Janet’s back in the ring

There’s some familiar faces and new ones as season three of the ABC's legal drama Janet King delves deeper than ever before.

Game of Thrones drops new trailer for season 7

Game of Thrones fans have been given a new trailer for season 7.

Fans are finally getting a full-throttled peak at season seven.

How true-blue train driver became a TV star

Bernie Baker stars in the TV series Railroad Australia.

Fan reactions still surprise Bernie Baker.

Conviction for Snapchat body shaming of elderly woman

Dani Mathers was arrested after snapping a photo of a naked, elderly woman in a US gym and posting it on social media. Picture: Supplied

Model convicted for secretly snapping and posting a naked gym pic

How Toowoomba house prices compare in Australia

For sale sign in front of home.

Here's what $700,000 will buy you in Toowoomba, Brisbane and Sydney

One of Maryborough's most historic homes is still for sale

FULL OF HISTORY: Trisha Moulds is owner of the historic Tinana state known as Rosehill. The beautiful home is currently for sale.

It has been the scene of both joy and tragedies over the years.

The face of the Sunshine Coast's overpriced rental crisis

Alyx Wilson had to rent a $385 unit in Currimundi because the market was too competitive for cheaper rental housing. She is now renting a room from friends who own a house in Currimundi, and says its much more affordable.

Young people feel the strain in competitive, expensive rental market

WATCH: Take a tour of a tradie's dream home

5a Bruce Hiskens Court, Norman Gardens, going for $720,000. INSET: Lea Taylor.

Huge block with potential for anything

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The $1000-a-day jobs of the future are not what you think

In workplace speak they’re also known as “slashies”

Jobs without degrees: Is university becoming outdated?

Dr Amantha Imber is the author of The Innovation Formula.

Australians should reconsider enrolling in university

Five tips for scoring a mining job

LANDING A JOB: Stanmore's coal handling and processing plant.

EQIP general manager Melissa Denniss weighs in.

2000 construction jobs up for grabs in $2b project

An impression of the proposed Brisbane Development Corporation casino and at Queens Wharf.

Enough steel for two Story Bridges will be needed

Huge new mine project to hire 450 workers

The latest concept design for the Styx Coal Project near Ogmore, about 130km north of Rockhampton.

Miners to be sourced from Rockhampton region

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$745,000 for a plate? "29" breaks Australian auction record

PRICE OF TIN: Australian auction record for a number plate is smashed as NSW 29 raises $745,000 at Shannons Sydney Autumn Classic Auction

Bit of tin sells for the price of a beach front home

Tempting entry-level price of $27,990 for new Subaru XV SUV

NEW XV: New all-wheel-drive Subaru XV is arriving in just a few weeks, and prices are down and specification is up over equivalent outgoing models. The entry-level 2.0i with CVT auto starts at $27,990 before on-roads, but there's no longer a sub-$27k manual model.

$1250 off the CVT entry-level price of popular XV SUV

$500,000 for a bit of tin? Or would you prefer a Ferrari?

REVENUE RAISER: Auction today could see a new Australian record for a number plate sold at auction. But is over half a million dollars right for a bit of tin?

Numerical plate could make well over $500,000 at auction today

It ain't no '80s piece of s***': Coast's very own supercar

PRECISION ENGINEERING: Jason Overland owns a Giocattalo, a rare Australian-built sports car and is organising a reunion and charity fundraising event.

This Sunshine Coast car is one of only 15 in the world.

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