'Lost' customer prompts action

Shopping centre introduces new signs in underground carpark following a QT letter

New community gardens offering social network

Camira Springfield Community Gardens volunteer, Lyn Kelly with Pastor Phil Cutcliffe at the new community gardens site.

Work on new community gardens under way

Concert death toll revised up to 22, tour suspended

There have been multiple confirmed deaths after 'explosions' heard at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester

"We saw blood on people when we got outside."

Plenty of likes for 'Sliding Home'

'Sliding Home'

Here is this week's Facebook cover image as chosen by you.

Bikie killer sentenced for bashing child sex offender

Shane Michael Oulds, faced Rockhampton District Court charged with grievous bodily harm over an assault at the Capricornia Correctional Centre last year.

In a vigilante move, this murderer committed a 'violent attack'

FOOTAGE: The moment of the concert explosion

Fans grab each other’s hands and flee in this frightening footage of the moment of the blast.

Footage of the moment of the explosion has emerged

Milford does St Peter Claver College proud

WELCOME: Debutant Anthony Milford is interviewed at the Maroons media session ahead of the Origin 1 at Suncorp Stadium on May 31.

Origin call-up deserved as Ipswich league school gets first Maroon

Mayor urges residents to dob in 'graffiti grubs'

ENOUGH NOW: Brassall Veterinary Surgery vet nurse Tara Goulter is sick of having the business signs vandalised leaving her boss Meredith Smith to clean it up.

Pisasale flips the script on talentless vandals

How Ipswich can turn 'graffiti' into cash

Mural in Neil St, Toowoomba painted by acclaimed graffiti artist Adnate.

Plan to elevate real street artists

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

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

Don't risk your memories

SNAP SHOT: Heritage City Photos owner Donovan Rickards.

Second-generation family member, Donovan took over reins from father

REVEALED: The fastest growing suburb in Ipswich

Redbank Town Square, Redbank Plains.

With 1,051 people moving there, it even beat Springfield Lakes

Chaotic scenes at Aldi snow gear sale

The queues outside a North Rocks ALDI this morning.

Mum of three Claire Haiek was on a mission.

COMMENT: Passion at Ipswich Show a standout

Ipswich Show legend Syd Haag.

Lifelong devotion of exhibitors is a standout of annual event

Pub restoration closer after DA lodged with Council

CHEERS: Ipswich councillors Mayor Paul Pisasale, Cr Paul Tully, and Cr Andrew Antoniolli see a bright future for Murphy's Town Pub.

Murphy's Town Pub to be preserved for future generations

Apple offering cash for switching from Android to iPhone

Appe is taking the smartphone war right to Google

Qantas and Vegemite, name a more iconic duo...

ICONIC DUO: Vegemite launches social media campaign to rename one of Qantas' new aircraft after the famous Australian spread (picture digitally altered).

What would you name one of Qantas' new planes?

Best and Less explains Grand Central ceiling collapse

A panel in the ceiling of the new Best & Less store in Grand Central fell in, shocking nearby shoppers.

Best and Less has explained why the ceiling collapsed at its store

Nation's farmers to tour Northern Rivers jersey dairy farms

ON A WINNER: Chris Sharpe, left, of Richmond Dairies, Casino, holds the  gold perpetual trophy awarded to the owner of the champion Jersey cow at the Lismore Dairy Spectacular, Stephen McCarthy from East Greenmount, Queensland. Stephen gets to keep the smaller replica

Lismore to host highlight event on the farming calendar

Pants with personality made in Warwick

FANCY PANTS: Carolyn Borrell's handmade creations are popular around the globe.

Quirky creations loved by adults and kids

Time to help those suffering starvation

Dumpster divers tell of retrieving huge quantities of perfectly consumable goods

Obesity a complex and sensitive issue


Researchers need to be aware of the number of factors

Election battle lines are being drawn

ELECTION: Shorten to be discerning when he picks his battles

Shorten needs to be discerning when he picks his battles

A great man rightly recognised

HONOURED: Ipswich Jets doctor Roy Saunders.

Roy Saunders great source of assistance to sporting people in city

Dad's opinion: 'Child support is a privilege to pay'

I must be one of the lucky ones. But I’ll get to that in a minute.

Homebuyers need to sort out priorities

THRIFTY: Every pound then dollar was saved.

All pennies and small silver coins were banked

Why 'delicate' decision was made to abandon Ipswich meeting

Jockey Ronnie Stewart guides Steamin to victory at previous Ipswich race meeting before Friday's program was washed out.

Drainage issues considered even with little rain

Woman who jumped out of car still in critical condition

Roundabout on Gilston Rd and Rosedale Drive at Wondunna where a woman was allegedly run over by a car. The offending vehicle is towed from the scene.

A woman who jumped out of a moving car is still critical.

Young man's body found in burnt CQ home

MYSTERY: A man was found dead in a burn-out unit at 15 Roberts St this morning.

MYSTERY surrounds death of young man in Emerald unit this morning.

Woman breaks leg, counselling offered after school accident

Ambulance generic

UPDATE: Police are investigating after pedestrians struck by a car

PBR competition heats up

Troy Wilkinson, on Tough Task at the PBR Cairns Invitational in 2016, has been riding well this year.

Troy Wilkinson is a bull rider to watch.

Serial masturbator kicked out of Australia

An Italian backpacker was caught playing with himself in IGA.

Thanks for coming, backpacker sent back to Venice

A decade of terror: The attacks that have shaken Europe

 A front view of the bus which was destroyed by a bomb in London on Thursday, is seen Friday July 8 2005.

There have been eight major terrorist attacks in Europe since 2005

Cassie Sainsbury: She told us she had cancer, say sex workers

Sex workers claim Ms Sainsbury sold sex under the name Claudia, and used this photo to advertise her services.

“She told some of the other girls her mother was no longer alive..."

Yassmin Abdel-Magied says Anzac Day backlash "unfair"

Yassmin  Abdel - Magied.

SHE sparked a firestorm over an Anzac Day Facebook post.

Malcolm Turnbull seeks legal advice over James Ashby tapes

One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson and her advisor James Ashby

“There is an opportunity for us to make some money out of this..."

Cassie Sainsbury: Everything we still don't know

"What we do know is that Cassie told a lot of lies"

John Howard praises Tony Abbott, doesn't mention Turnbull

Former Prime Minister John Howard praises Tony Abbott on ABC's 7.30

To John Howard, there's one name he won't say.

Donald Trump’s wife Melania rejects his affectionate advance

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump stand with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara after delivering joint statements, Monday, May 22, 2017, in Jerusalem.

Donald Trump copped the ultimate rejection as he arrived in Israel

Billionaire Amazon boss wants to colonise the moon

Amazon has conquered the retail world, now it’s aiming for the stars

The impact of pressure cooker bombs in terror attacks

A pressure cooker in Chelsea, New York City, that was used as a bomb.

Witnesses are claiming a “nail bomb” is responsible

Bay to star in Hollywood shark thriller ‘Cage Dive’

Cage Dive, written and directed by Gerald Rascionato, is now screening in the United States of America. It had scenes filmed in Hervey Bay.

And our visiting humpback whales also make appearance.

5 reasons you're tired of Domino's, according to Domino's

Pineapple on pizza is not one of them, oddly enough.

Ballina brothel lifting a social taboo

Ballina Exclusive Company sex workers say catering to the disabled has its health benefits.

Disabled clientele benefit from sex visits.

'Hurricane S***rina': Dad finds category five poo explosion

Fearing the worst, the panicked dad ran up to little Alessandra’s room — where he was faced with a stinky disaster zone.

"It looked like a real category 5 s*** storm blew thru her room."

WATCH: Bats invade Bundy home while owner sips her tea

VISITORS: Ileraine Nicholls has had about 40 bats invade her Norville home.

Owner left dumbfounded as bats invade her home

Casual Keanu says fame is ‘cool’

NOBODY expected much of Keanu Reeves' action thriller John Wick when it was released in 2014.

Ariana Grande breaks her silence after fatal blast

According to reports quoting witnesses, a mass emergency evacuation was prompted after explosions were heard at the end of US singer Ariana Grande's concert in the arena.

The entertainment industry is in shock after attack on concert

Pitch Perfect star suing Woman’s Day over ‘liar’ articles

Actor Rebel Wilson outside court on Friday.

REBEL Wilson's career destroyed by grubby campaign, court hears.

Seven Year Switch: The boner to end all boners

Johnny’s outraged over claims he has a cracked boner.

She gulps. Her face says it all.

Celebrity sex tapes: Where does all that money go?

Basically, did Paris and Kim earn fortunes from their videos?

The Voice is just the beginning for Ipswich dad

Arthur Bristowe performs during his knockout round on The Voice.

Arthur Bristowe performs John Legend hit in knockout round.

Cher, 71, and Celine Dion wow world at Billboard Awards

“I’m 71 yesterday and I can do a five-minute plank, OK.”