November 2018

Published a story 30th Nov 2018 1:34 PM

Hint: it involves 1.8m recycled plastic containers

How Ipswich families made $180,000 in a month

Hint: it involves 1.8m recycled plastic containers

Published a story 30th Nov 2018 1:17 PM

Thousands of quail destined for dinner plates in Asian's most elite restaurants are the first of their kind to be exported from Coominya.

Tiny bird's maiden voyage putting region on food map

Thousands of quail destined for dinner plates in Asian's most elite restaurants are the first of their kind to be exported from Coominya.

Published a story 30th Nov 2018 1:04 PM

Close to 35% of the manufacturing workforce in Ipswich depend on one industry

Ipswich's most significant industry for jobs

Close to 35% of the manufacturing workforce in Ipswich depend on one industry

Published a story 29th Nov 2018 10:56 AM

Very high fire danger in Ipswich, Scenic Rim, Lockyer, Somerset as temperatures push 40C.

HEATWAVE: What to expect in Ipswich this weekend

Very high fire danger in Ipswich, Scenic Rim, Lockyer, Somerset as temperatures push 40C.

Published a story 28th Nov 2018 2:16 PM

A fire fighting legacy spanning more than five decades has come to an end.

'You worry about your kids': A veteran fire fighter's story

A fire fighting legacy spanning more than five decades has come to an end.

Published a story 28th Nov 2018 2:11 PM

Brothers Alastair, Nick and Chris Stevenson have invested months into restoring the historic red brick building on Darling St to its former glory.

Exclusive look at the new Bakehouse Steakhouse

Brothers Alastair, Nick and Chris Stevenson have invested months into restoring the historic red brick building on Darling St to its former glory.

Published a story 28th Nov 2018 11:07 AM

Brisbane Valley Protein Precinct exports first quail to Asia

APPROVED: 2500 acre abattoir starts exporting

Brisbane Valley Protein Precinct exports first quail to Asia

Published a story 27th Nov 2018 1:50 PM

The new $245,000 Mercedes G Wagon 4WD has undergone extensive upgrades

Turbocharged off-road ambulance under trial

The new $245,000 Mercedes G Wagon 4WD has undergone extensive upgrades

Published a story 27th Nov 2018 12:53 PM

The State Government will spend $243,000 over the next year on boosting native fish numbers in local dams and weirs for recreational anglers.

15 dams where three million native fish will be released

The State Government will spend $243,000 over the next year on boosting native fish numbers in local dams and weirs for recreational anglers.

Published a story 27th Nov 2018 10:12 AM

Petrol prices have dropped to 119.9cpl

FUEL PRICES: Cheapest place to fill up in Ipswich today

Petrol prices have dropped to 119.9cpl

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Emma has worked as a journalist in regional Queensland for four years, including Biloela and Rockhampton and most recently in Ipswich. Having previously covered the court and general news rounds, Emma is now the digital producer at the Queensland Times.