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Sun 18 Nov 2018

Greek nobility's role in opening of state rail line

premium_icon Greek nobility's role in opening of state rail line

SOME of the facts regarding the early history of the establishment of Australia are very interesting - here are just a few of them.

Banned mother uses pram for getaway in Bonds undies heist

premium_icon Banned mother uses pram for getaway in Bonds undies heist

Renae Platen, had a $150 haul of gear that she'd sneakily lifted from four stores at Ipswich's Riverlink Shopping Centre.

Sat 17 Nov 2018

Inside the hunt for the strawberry saboteur

premium_icon Inside the hunt for the strawberry saboteur

The strawberry sabotage scandal was cracked by Queensland detectives more accustomed to busting organised crime networks, drug rings and terrorists.

Behind the scenes work the lifeblood of clubs

premium_icon Behind the scenes work the lifeblood of clubs

The former state league basketballer was happy to share his experience from years of learning and better understanding the needs for sport.

AGL to give price cut to customers

premium_icon AGL to give price cut to customers

Thousands of Queenslanders will save at least $50 on their annual electricity bill after AGL bowed to Morrison Government pressure.

Death of the old-fashioned family business

premium_icon Death of the old-fashioned family business

A FLURRY of recent closures by iconic Queensland family businesses have highlighted a disturbing trend that is costing the state its history and culture.

Dismissed councillor warns Ipswich boss after carols comment

premium_icon Dismissed councillor warns Ipswich boss after carols comment

A FORMER councillor dismissed by the State Government in August has threatened legal action against Ipswich City Council administrator Greg Chemello.

Ipswich defence industry turns QLD into the 'khaki state'

premium_icon Ipswich defence industry turns QLD into the 'khaki state'

A Boxer Combat Vehicle will roll off Rheinmetall's Redbank production line and into the hands of the Australian Army every three days.

Stolen glassware uncovered, actual thief still a mystery

premium_icon Stolen glassware uncovered, actual thief still a mystery

WHEN a woman's treasured crystal glassware was stolen it was inexplicably found in a man's garage more than 20km away.

Shopaholic mum busted 32 times

premium_icon Shopaholic mum busted 32 times

UNPAID-for cosmetics and groceries were found stashed in the trolley of Ipswich mum and thrifty shopper Angela Bell.

Storms on radar for city today

Storms on radar for city today

MORE showers and storms are possible for Ipswich today.

Riverlink helps needy families through QT appeal

Riverlink helps needy families through QT appeal

Staff from centre management adopted five families

Fri 16 Nov 2018

Fire shows we are not out of the woods yet

premium_icon Fire shows we are not out of the woods yet

IPSWICH fire crews will be hoping for more rain this weekend after bringing another potentially disastrous blaze under control this week.

Driver suffers serious leg injuries in two-car smash

Driver suffers serious leg injuries in two-car smash

A MAN has been airlifted to hospital following a crash at Fernvale this afternoon.

$20,000 worth of tools stolen from volunteer organisation

$20,000 worth of tools stolen from volunteer organisation

President Tom Mulcahy said the latest theft was a devastating blow with an increase in camp against the village ramping up over the past two years.

Ipswich's 'slip and sue' law student reprimanded by judge

premium_icon Ipswich's 'slip and sue' law student reprimanded by judge

A former legal secretary who is suing Woolworths for $1.3 million claiming she slipped on a shallot while distracted by a promotion for a constipation aid.

10 things to do in Ipswich this weekend

10 things to do in Ipswich this weekend

What's on in city and surrounds this Saturday and Sunday

Students volunteer to put smiles on foster kids' faces

premium_icon Students volunteer to put smiles on foster kids' faces

Handmade cards will be delivered to kids in care

Court orders Jones and 4BC to pay costs to Wagners

premium_icon Court orders Jones and 4BC to pay costs to Wagners

A SUPREME Court order handed down today will ensure the record $3.7 million to be paid to the Wagner brothers rises.

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