The flood waters surge through the streets of Esk.
The flood waters surge through the streets of Esk.

QT flood liftout in high demand

AFTER unprecedented demand, the Queensland Times 2011 Floods liftout has now been re-printed.

QT newspaper sales and marketing manager Amy Williams said demand for Friday's special publication had been overwhelming.

“It exceeded expectations,” Ms Williams said.

“We wanted to make sure all our readers had the opportunity to grab a copy, so we decided to re-print it.

“The liftout will be available from all newsagencies today and also the majority of sub-agencies.”

The 40-page liftout includes images taken from Grantham to Goodna.

Ms Williams said the liftout captured an historic series of events in Ipswich's long and proud history.

“Unlike 1974, a lot more people captured images there and then; in the moment the floods happened to them,” she said. “This is an opportunity to keep the liftout as a keepsake to look back on.”

For more information, contact Ms Williams on 3817 1815.



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