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Sun 23 Sep 2018

Fish missing for 14 years rediscovered in Bremer catchment

premium_icon Fish missing for 14 years rediscovered in Bremer catchment

The 90m-long fish ladder at Berry's Weir, Yamanto was finished in late 2016.

Knights finalise coaches early to bolster 2019 season

premium_icon Knights finalise coaches early to bolster 2019 season

Newly-appointed Ipswich Knights head coach Andy Ogden is pleased the Football Queensland Premier League club has quickly sorted out its 2019 roles.

A day to remember our fallen officers

A day to remember our fallen officers

September 28 is the day to pause and give thanks to all those officers who have lost their lives while performing duties to protect their communities.

Inception of the modern-day firey

premium_icon Inception of the modern-day firey

THE inhabitants of Ipswich were suddenly awakened from their sleep on June 27, 1865, by the tolling of the church bell and the cries of "fire, fire”.

Men's shed a place to play a constructive role

premium_icon Men's shed a place to play a constructive role

THE Anzac spirit of mateship is central to an organisation that isn't military-related - The Men's Shed.

IN PHOTOS: Police swarm to Silkstone, neighbours evacuated

premium_icon IN PHOTOS: Police swarm to Silkstone, neighbours evacuated

QUEENSLAND Police declared a public emergency in Silkstone on Friday night after a man barricaded himself in a home on Glebe Rd.

Sat 22 Sep 2018

VIDEO: Police declare eight-hour Silkstone siege over

premium_icon VIDEO: Police declare eight-hour Silkstone siege over

UPDATE: Glebe Rd was blocked between Dorothy St and Alice St as officers kept watch on a home across from the Yard on Glebe Cafe.

'Ipswich's sweet side': Strawberry lovers get behind farmers

premium_icon 'Ipswich's sweet side': Strawberry lovers get behind farmers

IPSWICH is supporting the state's strawberry growers, with sales and prices recovering ahead of the Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's "Strawberry Sunday" campaign

Third year in a row for Ipswich artist to win top award

premium_icon Third year in a row for Ipswich artist to win top award

The awards are Flying Arts Alliance's annual visual arts prize and exhibition

Plan for vital river crossing likely to finish in 2020

premium_icon Plan for vital river crossing likely to finish in 2020

It is estimated bridge will cost about $250million

Bad blood over bicycle culminates in golf club assault

premium_icon Bad blood over bicycle culminates in golf club assault

BAD blood between former mates led to violence in a Boonah house, a court has heard.

Drunk's outburst left fist-sized hole in taxi window

premium_icon Drunk's outburst left fist-sized hole in taxi window

A FIST-sized hole was left in the window of an Ipswich taxi after a passenger lost his temper on a night out.

Hero Helen saving one life at a time

premium_icon Hero Helen saving one life at a time

EVERY day someone hits rock bottom and life on the street becomes a reality.

Police out in force for holidays

Police out in force for holidays

IPSWICH police are expecting a busy time for traffic enforcement this weekend as thousands hit the roads.

Fri 21 Sep 2018

Brilliant Broncos storm into NRLW grand final

Brilliant Broncos storm into NRLW grand final

BRISBANE have played their way into the rugby league history books after becoming the first team to qualify for the inaugural NRLW grand final.

Risque glamour on menu as burlesque comes to Ipswich

premium_icon Risque glamour on menu as burlesque comes to Ipswich

Burlesque dancers will soon begin entertaining patrons at a popular Ipswich restaurant and bar up to four nights a week

Trekker turns off his camera after months of mapping Ipswich

premium_icon Trekker turns off his camera after months of mapping Ipswich

The boffins from Google returned to collect their camera, five months after the bear first strapped it on.

Bushfire reported near Glen Esk

Bushfire reported near Glen Esk

A bushfire is burning north of the Brisbane Valley Highway near Glen Esk.

More junk food, more cancer says study

premium_icon More junk food, more cancer says study

Calls for locals to ditch junk food grow as one of the largest ever nutrition studies confirms eating low-nutrient foods increases the risk of developing cancer

Jail after too many wasted chances

premium_icon Jail after too many wasted chances

A WOMAN has been denied bail as she faces charges of breaching bail.

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