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"

Carers call for end to wildlife carnage in Minden

ACTION NEEDED: Wildlife carer Kirsty Lax and Nicole Lincoln are calling for more protections for the vulnerable waterbird species in Minden.

'These issues can be solved with just a restructure of the area.'

Watch 'em grow all over again at Riverlink display

GREEN THUMBS: Ruth Roberts picks up a gerbera from Salvation Army volunteer Sally Harrison.

Plant sales of more than $6000 during 2016

Plainland gets the blues

ROCKING OUT: Paul Renton AKA Morningside Fats said he loves to get the crowd dancing at live gigs.

It's part of one artist's plans to boost regional musicians.

SES warns Ipswich to stay vigilant despite lack of damage

READY: Ipswich SES members Mel Lindwood, Nick Steinhardt and Vince McGuire with the floodboat.

At the State Emergency Service volunteers are equipped and ready.

Big day for bride's best friend

Man's best friend.

Big day for bride's best friend

Family's heartbreak after horror crash kills young Coast man

TRAGIC LOSS: Noosa man Samuel King, aged 21.

Family heartbroken at tragic loss of young Noosa man

There are some truly sadistic kids around

My quiet afternoon contemplation and chai latte was interrupted

An Australian Republic: It’s all about the model

Former PM Paul Keating.

Running the 1999 model again would be a disaster.

Christmas boxed up and forgotten on Boxing Day

Boxing Day sales.

Today, retail workers truly earn their triple-time-and-a-half pay

Art perfect therapy for big-hearted dad

Murry Burrows donates his Art to the PA hospital

'Wonderful that he gets to share a piece of himself with so many'

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.

Blind man's appeal for new life with new guide dog

"My confidence has been cut to shreds."

Stroke survivor 'had care cut after making complaint'

A TOOWOOMBA stroke survivor believes his home care services were cut after he and his wife made a complaint to their service provider.

Neumann launches eighth Blair disability 'bible'

Since 2010 more than 80,000 directories have been given away.

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...

Spectacular drone footage

A shot from the stunning video. Credit: @LukesDroneEdits

Luke Clarkson has captured some stunning views of the Gold Coast and Byron Bay.

Japan's Generation D shun luxury

The generation that has grown up with "deflation" are reluctant to spend.

Larry Emdur caught out

Larry Emdur was busted dodging a phone call from Wippa.

TV star caught screening calls from radio "mate".

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