Community News

Fri 14 Dec 2018

Silly season no time to joke about on roads

premium_icon Silly season no time to joke about on roads

AT A time of year often referred to as the silly season, police are not joking around when they call for motorists to take care on the road.

Thu 13 Dec 2018

Give a little light this Christmas

Give a little light this Christmas

THIS Christmas, Ray White will continue a popular tradition with the return of the A little Ray of Giving program.

Wed 12 Dec 2018

Man airlifted to hospital in critical condition

Man airlifted to hospital in critical condition

LIFEFLIGHT has airlifted two men from the scene of a serious multi-vehicle crash in the Gatton region.

Lockyer Valley loses one of its greats

Lockyer Valley loses one of its greats

Real estate legend to be farewelled next week

Former cop's medal a reward for not giving up on dream

premium_icon Former cop's medal a reward for not giving up on dream

WHEN John Raatz held his National Police Service medal in his hands, all he could think about was how he’d proved the doubters at home wrong.

Mon 10 Dec 2018

Beloved pastor remembered for 'humour and wit'

Beloved pastor remembered for 'humour and wit'

FRIENDS and family are mourning the loss of Gatton pastor James Haak.

Sat 8 Dec 2018

Houses of Ipswich: Gooloowan

premium_icon Houses of Ipswich: Gooloowan

Come inside and feel the history of one of Ipswich's most spectacular homes

Fri 7 Dec 2018

GALLERY: 'Truly inspiring' show of support for injured cop

premium_icon GALLERY: 'Truly inspiring' show of support for injured cop

THE event was a powerful show of support by the public, the QPS and emergency services for a valued member of the community.

Council sues Federal Government for Oakey PFAS contamination

premium_icon Council sues Federal Government for Oakey PFAS contamination

THE Toowoomba Regional Council has launched legal action against the Federal Government for damages relating to PFAS contamination.

Thu 6 Dec 2018

Weather outlook could improve

Weather outlook could improve

If 200mm of rain falls across the region, it will be better than last year

Wed 5 Dec 2018

New facility for pets to open in 2019

New facility for pets to open in 2019

New dog park could open in the region within the next five months.

Government to 'carefully consider' PFAS recommendations

premium_icon Government to 'carefully consider' PFAS recommendations

THE Federal Government says it will "carefully consider" whether it would implement the recommendations made by the PFAS inquiry.

WATCH: New drone shows Second Range Crossing construction

premium_icon WATCH: New drone shows Second Range Crossing construction

THE company behind the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing has shared new drone footage of the construction site.

Tue 4 Dec 2018

Fuel prices decline in time for holidays

Fuel prices decline in time for holidays

Filling up the tank will be less of a costly exercise with more affordable prices

Friendly bikers revved up for annual Christmas appeal

Friendly bikers revved up for annual Christmas appeal

THERE'S no sweeter sight for Ipswich Toy Run organiser Ian "Foggy” Winter than a never-ending line of motorcycles decked out like Christmas trees.

Mon 3 Dec 2018

Inquiry calls on Govt to compensate PFAS-impacted residents

premium_icon Inquiry calls on Govt to compensate PFAS-impacted residents

The Inquiry into the management of PFAS contamination in and around Defence bases handed down its report this afternoon.

Christmas carnival sets the bar high

Christmas carnival sets the bar high

Town Christmas parties are officially under way after the Friday night event.

Sun 2 Dec 2018

Settlers contribute to wealth of the Ipswich region

premium_icon Settlers contribute to wealth of the Ipswich region

Industry brings many opportunities.

Don't miss the festive fun at Civic Centre

premium_icon Don't miss the festive fun at Civic Centre

PERFORMING with the Ipswich Seniors Concert Group is one of life's many pleasures, say its many cast members.

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