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Thu 17 Jan 2019

Interpol check for man accused of Ipswich child abduction

premium_icon Interpol check for man accused of Ipswich child abduction

THE Italian national went back before court to make a new bail application.

Much-loved Ipswich mall store going out with a bang

premium_icon Much-loved Ipswich mall store going out with a bang

THE shop has been a labour of love for the owners who turned their passion into a business.

Stolen 4WD and police car collide in Ipswich pursuit

premium_icon Stolen 4WD and police car collide in Ipswich pursuit

Stingers were deployed leaving the stolen car driving on its rims.

Angry bank customer bites guard after cash withdrawal fail

premium_icon Angry bank customer bites guard after cash withdrawal fail

HE also challenged another customer to a fight, before the security officer gave chase.

Work starts on 925-home estate near Deebing Creek mission

premium_icon Work starts on 925-home estate near Deebing Creek mission

The plan will result in the heritage-listed Deebing Creek Mission being open to the public for the first time in 103 years.

New speed limits confirmed for major roads

premium_icon New speed limits confirmed for major roads

Transport officials have revealed the final speed limits for three major southeast Queensland road projects that are costing over $3.55 billion to complete.

Fardon victim’s terror: ‘He could be anywhere’

premium_icon Fardon victim’s terror: ‘He could be anywhere’

Sex monster Robert Fardon’s child rape survivor is living in fear. She had to be treated for chest pain after finding out the vile predator was being let out.

New chemical, contaminated soil super dump proposed for city

premium_icon New chemical, contaminated soil super dump proposed for city

It would have a capacity of about 15.7 million cubic metres and operate for about 18 years.

Boss's kind offer to help repeat offender return to work

premium_icon Boss's kind offer to help repeat offender return to work

The generosity of the unnamed employer was revealed by the grateful tradie when he went before Ipswich Magistrates Court.

Ipswich goes mad for Powerball

premium_icon Ipswich goes mad for Powerball

Powerball jackpots to $100 million and locals are spending big.

Wed 16 Jan 2019

The boxing trainer helping 'underdog' Hodges

premium_icon The boxing trainer helping 'underdog' Hodges

A BOXING trainer from Brisbane’s south is the inspiration behind former Brisbane Broncos star Justin Hodges’ push to turn pro.

On Fardon: Time to put down pitchforks

premium_icon On Fardon: Time to put down pitchforks

When it comes to Robert John Fardon, it may finally be time for us to check our hysteria and hang up the pitchforks, writes Margaret Wenham.

City visitors name, rate Ipswich's best cafes

premium_icon City visitors name, rate Ipswich's best cafes

According to the reviews and ratings left by visitors and tourits, these cafes are head and shoulders above the rest.

Sailor's early-morning solo bust by police patrol

premium_icon Sailor's early-morning solo bust by police patrol

HE did not want to sleep in an area where cars had been stolen previously.

Do you want this man living next door?

premium_icon Do you want this man living next door?

There’s no doubt Robert Fardon’s place in society is emotive. He’s bad to the bone, so why would we risk him ruining any more lives, asks Peter Gleeson.

New bus fills public transport missing link in growing area

premium_icon New bus fills public transport missing link in growing area

Economic Development Queensland will contribute $6.6million towards the early provision of public transport services in the area.

Impressive Barty keeps good times rolling

premium_icon Impressive Barty keeps good times rolling

Ashleigh Barty fired seven aces and dropped serve only once as she powered to another straight-sets win to storm into the Australian Open third round - and couldn’t...

Yet-to-be-named secondary school in the pipeline

premium_icon Yet-to-be-named secondary school in the pipeline

The college is scheduled to open with three classes of Year 7 in 2021 and will eventually cater to more than 875 students.

Small business hits new heights with top awards

premium_icon Small business hits new heights with top awards

HIGH praise after taking out small business and customer service awards recently.

Fardon’s release slammed, fears he’ll re-offend

premium_icon Fardon’s release slammed, fears he’ll re-offend

Sex offender Robert Fardon’s release into the community has been slammed by Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington and Bravehearts founder Hetty Johnston.

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