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Fri 22 Mar 2019

Major change for Ipswich's busiest motorway

premium_icon Major change for Ipswich's busiest motorway

The changes will start this evening.

From dancing in England to owning a studio in Newtown

premium_icon From dancing in England to owning a studio in Newtown

Ballet dancer gave up her dream to start a new one, teaching children how to dance in her home town

Farmers invest $44 million into their land

premium_icon Farmers invest $44 million into their land

State productivity loans are developing local farms further.

'They live in fear of being discovered'

premium_icon 'They live in fear of being discovered'

IT’S a jingle that is impossible to forget. 1300 6 555 06. One three double oh, six triple fiiiiiive ohhh six.

Community supports young family after father loses battle

premium_icon Community supports young family after father loses battle

Right up until his final breath, Jason championed his own looming fate, living everyday like his last.

Kalbar veggie farmers feeding the nation

premium_icon Kalbar veggie farmers feeding the nation

Ed and Gen Windley are doing their bit to help feed the nation.

Sweet deal for city's tea and cupcake fans

premium_icon Sweet deal for city's tea and cupcake fans

Dona Perera is banking on the power of a hot cuppa to stimulate a good old fashioned chinwag.

$2.9M on ground breaking showground works

premium_icon $2.9M on ground breaking showground works

The need for a multi-purpose facility is huge say show society and politicians.

Pressure is on for State to deliver highway funding

premium_icon Pressure is on for State to deliver highway funding

The latest truck rollover and fiasco on the Cunningham Hwy has forced hands.

Single vehicle rollover results in spinal injuries

premium_icon Single vehicle rollover results in spinal injuries

This is the second single vehicle rollover on Ipswich roads in as many days.

Residents group pleads for action on troublesome highway

premium_icon Residents group pleads for action on troublesome highway

Residents in Willowbank are fed up and are taking action after the final straw in Cunningham Hwy delays and accidents.

Rapist tucked girl back into bed 'like nothing had happened'

premium_icon Rapist tucked girl back into bed 'like nothing had happened'

Man jailed for raping young girl over 9-year period.

School unveils $11 million worth of new facilities

premium_icon School unveils $11 million worth of new facilities

"This marks the culmination of more than six years of hard work."

Nature centre sets date for re-opening

premium_icon Nature centre sets date for re-opening

It has been closed since the start of February.

Grand final in sight: Ipswich team's terrific record

premium_icon Grand final in sight: Ipswich team's terrific record

LOYAL Ipswich Musketeers baseballer Josh Roberts has been around sport long enough to know what makes a winning combination.

PM pitches fast train to paradise

premium_icon PM pitches fast train to paradise

The Morrison Government will move to stop southeast Queensland from becoming spaghetti junction by unveiling a fast rail plan.

Thu 21 Mar 2019

The 1300 jobs with $100k salary that no one wants

premium_icon The 1300 jobs with $100k salary that no one wants

Mining companies offer an eye-popping average wage – with 75 per cent of them offering more than $100,000 a year – but even that hasn’t been enough to help.

Autumn's storms and heat roll on

Autumn's storms and heat roll on

AUTUMN is three weeks in and there is still no sign of a cool change.

Hold off as fuel prices are high

Hold off as fuel prices are high

THE RACQ is urging drivers to hold off filling up as the cost of fuel is currently high across the city.

Harmony Day to bring cultures together

premium_icon Harmony Day to bring cultures together

People have travelled from all over the world to our shores enriching our city in the process.

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