Ipswich dad sings his way on to Team Seal on The Voice

ARTHUR Bristowe serenaded the coaches with a Stevie Wonder song.

Gatton Airpark incident a “non-event”

EXPERIENCED: Gatton pilot Martin Hone, now in his 27th year in the air, tipped his light-aircraft while landing on Tuesday morning while out flying with friends.

Martin Hone had been out flying on Anzac Day with some friends.

Empowering boys through the arts

The Studio Springfield's Boys Perform Too Circus workshops encouraging community spirit and support for its male members.

The Studio Springfield boys-only workshops

Six punk bands to rock Coro on Thursday night

FORECEFUL: Punk band Sadist, from Boston, USA, features at the Coronation Hotel tonight in a six-band punk extravaganza.

West Ipswich pub features US band Sadist on night of intense noise

'Randy' the dog stolen by owner who is now in watch-house

RANDY TIMES: A dog named Randy was stolen this morning from the Ipswich pound by it owner, who has been charged.

Woman charged after pinching 'chihuahua on steroids' from pound

Why Games prospect Jordyn is so busy

Ipswich and Australian hockey player Jordyn Holzberger is pressing ahead with her international goals.

Ipswich hockey ace prepares for massive international schedule

Play for a good cause

TEE OFF: Ladies from Wolston Golf Club are hoping for a big turnout for their upcoming charity day on May 11.

Wolston Park Golf Club to host annual charity day next month.

RAAF base has long service history

No.3 Aircraft Depot Unit in 1943 was established in 1942 as a maintenance unit of the RAAF to assemble and despatch combat aircraft and perform routine maintenance of air craft.

A LOOK back at the role Amberley has played in Australia's history

Shave for Tiana campaign almost at goal

The Shave for Tiana Go Fund Me campaign has nearly reached its goal of $4300.

Shave for Tiana Go Fund Me campaign almost at $4300 target

Why this Japanese delegation visited a Kalbar farm

THE group flew to Australia for a highly-anticipated visit

Valuation industry gets more complicated

Savas Varitimos.

Business celebrates a quarter of a century of service

Call out for Apple Store in Springfield

Rumours that an Apple store may soon be coming to Springfield.

Rumours an Apple store may soon be coming to Springfield.

Ipswich among strongest in state for small business success

Generic small business/retail picture.

Ipswich small business owners represent third largest group in state

Fishy business for Ipswich seafood suppliers on Easter

SEAFOOD FRENZY: Chad Gernetzky from Reel Seafood and Takeaway gathers prawns for hungry customers on Good Friday.

Shops and wholesalers have already sold hundreds of kilos of seafood

Tip truck driver loses job over Telstra fail

Glenn Kilmartin with his family.

He didn't blame his boss but wasn't impressed with teleco

Hospital finance boss steps down after budget blowout

Ipswich General Hospital. Photo: David Nielsen / Queensland Times

Top financial executive resigns from West Moreton

Blokes with too many strokes? Five tips to a better shave

Gillette says many blokes are using way too many strokes when shaving.

Blokes waste 120 re-strokes shaving themselves

Too cool for school? Send them to an Apple store

A customer tries out a special red version of the iPhone 7 smartphone at an Apple Store.

free programs are pitched at a variety of skill levels

A bit rich! Gen-Y 'punk' lands on Australia's rich list

Sam Prince is one of Australia’s richest young entrepreneurs.

The 33-year-old is as relaxed and down-to-earth as they come

Big CQ mines true performance revealed

Caval Ridge Mine opening- 100% FIFO mine

Photo Lee Constable / Daily Mercury

PERFORMANCE of Central Queensland's biggest mine laid bare.

Could this be Australia's biggest rollercoaster?

New roller coaster under construction at Movie World. Picture: Richard Gosling

Speculation Movie World ride could be first hypercoaster built Down Under

Couple gets rich renovating run-down city homes

RENO RADICALS: Baden and Nelson Marino-Hall have turned three Toowoomba homes around for profit, saying the Garden City was a haven for renovators like themselves.

The couple has already turned around three homes

Perhaps we can learn from French election

Perhaps Marine Le Pen can show the way in which Australian politics needs to change?

Following in the footsteps of US

TROUBLED WORLD: US Vice-President Mike Pence and Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop discuss growing tensions with North Korea.

We have a government that can send us to war without public input

Knock-on effect of bus cancellations

POOR: Feeder bus arrangements for the Springfield railway line are also very poor.

Nothing has happened in terms of network improvements

Trucks cause grief on Brisbane Tce

TRUCK PROBLEMS: Fines may halt the problem on Brisbane Tce.

Heavy fines may be a small part of the solution

Branding of Anzac Day is not the point

ANZAC LEGACY: A QT reader believes Anzac Day has become too commercialised.

Anzac Day has descended into a major retailing event

Dedication to Anzac Day is not fading with time

Members of the 1st Light Horse of Marburg take part in the Anzac Day march.

COMMENT: It truly was an impressive turnout

BREAKING: Major food chain in Gladstone closing down

A MAJOR food outlet in the Gladstone region located at the Gladstone Valley Shopping Centre has announced today it will close its doors by the end of the week.

MAJOR food franchise to close doors this week.

'Biggest heart you'll ever know': Grief for mum in pool death

Wurtulla mother Helen Sword died on Monday April 24, 2017. From left: Darcy Sword, Helen Sword, Mackenzie Sword and Tony Sword.

Helen remembered as proud mother with heart of gold

100-year-old turtle hit at sea dies after mammoth rescue

The injured turtle, weighing about 100kgs is pulled onto the platform of the boat.

Mr Lynch said it wasn't an easy job.

Protest at anti-missile system

A US military trailer carrying elements of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defecse system enters a golf course in Seongju, South Korea.

Anger as anti-missile system readied

One Nation candidate quits over threats

One Nation candidate Mark Ellis was involved in taking three Aboriginal kids.

One Nation withdraws from election saying family threatened

Payments from Russia kept secret

Then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn speaks during the daily news briefing on February 1 at the White House.

Classified papers show Flynn's Russia payments

Boy rescued from inside toy vending machine

The boy inside the soft toy vending machine at the Australian Hotel and Brewery. Picture: Riverstone Fire and Rescue

Three-year-old found having of his life inside toy-vending machine

VIDEO: Footage shows shocking moment tree falls on car

Dash cam footage shows a tree falling onto a car at Mount Crosby

The man yells in shock before a woman says “it broke our window!”

Great Barrier Reef now has its own waterslide

Sunlover Cruises' new two-storey reef pontoon that sports a water slide and will be placed at Moore Reef. PICTURE: STEWART McLEAN

Sunlover Reef Cruises launches $4m facility near Cairns

Kitchen appliance explodes, dad suffers third-degree burns

These photos show the burns on Tysonn Loughran body after his pressure-cooker 'exploded'.

Couple seeking compensation for injuries.

'It might be a go-er!': Man saves backyard lizard with CPR

Dale Hall and nephew Jayden are being called 'superheroes' after bringing a blue-tongue lizard back from the verge of death with CPR.

I thought ‘Hang on: it might be a go-er still’.

Gay men rounded up, held in secret prisons: reports suggest

 In this file photo dated Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016, Chechen regional leader Ramzan Kadyrov smiles before an international friendly soccer match between Russia and Romania in Grozny, Russia. Kadyrov has lashed out at international organization that have criticised the Russian region for reportedly persecuting and killing gays, accusing them of attempting to blacken the Chechnyan society, lifestyle, t

Chechnya wants to eliminate gays by end of May, reports suggest

'Stealthing': alarming new sex trend likened to rape

New study explores growing trend of new practice

French presidential frontrunner married his teacher

French centrist presidential election candidate Emmanuel Macron, center left, and his wife Brigitte queue to vote in the first round of the presidential election in Le Touquet, northern France, Sunday April 23, 2017. (Philippe Wojazer, Pool photo via AP)

'No one will ever know the moment our story became a love story'

We don't recommend this for boat transport....

A motorist carried a boat in the back of a van while driving on Vanderlin Dr in Darwin.

“I said look, look, look at the van. There’s a boat inside it."

Can you spot the venomous snake lurking in the leaves?

Can you spot it?

IF YOU have a fear of snakes, this won’t be a fun game for you.

Bitten on face: Unknown animal attacks woman

EIGHT LEGS OR NONE: The mystery animal escaped identification.

Eight legs or none? Venomous pest escapes identification.

Injured tourist airlifted from cruise ship

The rescue chopper orbiting the cruise ship.

American tourist falls down the stairs of a cruise ship

Are these the world's most vain people?

Rich kids of Dubai

The Rich Kids of Dubai are already hitting the beach

Didn't know she was pregnant: baby born on the toilet

She said she did not know she was pregnant

Watch Toowoomba teen thrill on The Voice tonight

TOOWOOMBA musician Brittania Clifford-Pugh, 17, will have residents on the edge on their seats tonight in her national television debut on The Voice.

Simon on life after Married At First Sight

Simon McQuillan marries Alene Khatcherian in a scene from the TV series Married At First Sight. Supplied by Channel 9.

SIMON opens up on life after the cameras stop rolling

Netflix defends 13 Reasons Why

The Netflix series was based on a popular novel written by Jay Asher.

THE disturbing Netflix series has been dogged by controversy.

THE VOICE: Meet the Ipswich singers ready to face judges

Judah Kelly will audition on The Voice later this week.

ARTHUR Bristowe and Judah Kelly are hoping they've got what it takes

Fiance’s rage: ‘It’s disgusting behaviour’

Felicity breaks down on Seven year Switch.

Man’s “disgusting behaviour” on Seven Year Switch shocked viewers.

This MKR judge’s face says it all

Although maybe she accidentally sat on a pine cone.

MKR semi-final recap: Squab heads and bad desserts.

Carrie Bickmore caught out before the cameras rolled

The bubbly host looked like her usual... but