'I just see a nation who holds out their hand'

There is a lot to love about being Australian.

Our media love to paint a picture that is dark and grey and gloomy.

Wildlife release area bulldozed

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Wildlife release area bulldozed

Young widow: 'I'm running for Daniel because he can't'

Jo and Daniel Smith-Hooker with their daughters Bailey and Jordyn.

'I honestly thought I knew what grief was. But I didn't have a clue.'

Marriage Alphabet Soup: LGBTIQA and more

Pride at the marriage equality rally held in Rockhampton on Sunday.Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

At the end of the day we are all (H) and that means HUMAN

YOUR STORY: Urban Food Street attack a fruitless war

A local resident makes a powerful statement.

The community has been left reeling - and it's not only the adults.

The cabbage patch has always been an interesting place

Some free range cabbages in the Permaculture project area at TCOG

The cabbage patch has always been an interesting place

She's a battler and spinner

Ipswich woman remembers working at the Woollen Mills as a child

The real Wilbur Smith, a thorn between roses

Wilbur Smith, who said the famous author stole his name, turns 95 this month.

When Wilbur Smith was a baby his sister tried to kill him.

Ipswich coal miner dedicated his life to Marburg

Gary Rohl worked in the Ipswich coal mines most of his life and almost lost an arm in one accident.

Everyone in Marburg knows the name Gary Rohl.

'How love changed my life'

TRUE LOVE: Ruth and Kenneth Hill in March 1964. when a photographer offered to do free engagement photos.

Ruth Hill is a qualified nurse who never saw a patient.

Ipswich's truest gentleman feels the need for speed

REV HEAD: A young Garth Llewellyn in his Triumph TR 2.

Real estate icon Garth Llewellyn is a country boy at heart

Love struck in crowded room

THE moment they met was like a scene from a classic romance movie.

Ben & Co’s inspiring story to fill gap in community

BEN Hunter beams as he bakes and sells an impressive range of muffins, biscuits and slices at local markets.

Merger saves financially strained Ipswich bus service

A FINANCIALLY struggling iconic Ipswich service has merged with another organisation.

Taking the reins as NDIS community leaders

UNITINGCARE Queensland celebrated the graduation of nine new Network Peer Leaders earlier this year in another move towards empowering those with a disability.

Ipswich Bride and Groom

Here are this week's wedding photos. Thank you to the brides and grooms who shared a photo of their special day. Steph and Nathan. Married May 9.

Here are this week's wedding photos. Thank you to all our newlyweds who shared a...

Weddings: Then and Now 2015

George and Ailsa Wells celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. Their wedding in 1955. Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

A look back at the wedding anniversaries that featured in The QT in 2015.

Weddings: Then and Now 2014

Les and Barbara Burger of Karalee celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. Photo: Contributed

A look back at the wedding anniversaries that featured in The QT in 2014.

Ipswich wedding anniversaries

Ipswich residents share their 50th and 60th wedding anniversaries with The...

Furry friends bring out the Christmas cheer

Queensland Times readers posted their photos of their super cute pets getting ready...

Pets of the Week

CHINA AND PIXIE are two female Jack Russells are best friends looking for a home together. China is six and pixie is twelve years old. They are $400 to adopt together and are already desexed, microchipped, worm and flea treated.

Adopt a pet from the RSPCA today.

Dogs, cats and a parrot

These were some of the photos and comments we received when we asked our readers to share a photo of their favourite furry or feathered friend. Don Tracey - My parrot.

These were some of the photos and comments we received when we asked our readers to...

Lowood ladies celebrate 90 years

Lowood CWA 90th birthday celebrations held in Lowood on Tuesday.

Lowood ladies celebrate 90 years

Clear skies overhead at Purga

Crystal clear night on Saturday at Purga.

Thank you to all our Facebook friends who shared a photo for this week's cover...

Ben Ungermann MasterChef

Ben at the Queensland Times offices talked about his time on the show

Ipswich man Ben Ungermann on his MasterChef journey 2017

Great Barrier Reef after Cyclone Debbie

JAcqui Sheils conducting Reef Health Impact Studies in the Whitsundays post TC Debbie.

A section of a Whitsunday reef photographed post Cyclone Debbie by Ocean Rafting...

Traffic delays after Vodafone tower incident

Traffic delays after Vodafone tower incident

Traffic delays after Vodafone tower incident

Grave robbers try to dig up Princess Diana

Diana, Princess of Wales wearing a black pleated chiffon dress, with floating side panel, by Christina Stamboulian, during a party given at the Serpentine Gallery in London, June 29 1994.

Earl Spencer says there have been four attempts on her grave.

Nikolaos "Nick" Philippoussis will face 14 counts of sex offences

Mark Philippoussis with his father Nikolaos. Picture: Supplied.Source:News Limited

Mark Philippoussis's father charged, including two counts of sexual acts with a...

SEQ hit by train delays and bus strike

The Wednesday afternoon train from Brisbane arrives at the Nambour Railway Station at 7pm. Story about a day in the life of commuters to Brisbane on our trains by Kathy Sundstrom.

Trains stopped and bus's are free.

Darra, Centenary Motorway, Ipswich Motorway

Camera direction: Facing north


Goodna, Ipswich Motorway and Railway Terrace

Camera direction: Facing south-east


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