August 2018

Published a story 13th Aug 2018 1:18 PM

Councillors were due to meet on August 21, the same day a Bill to remove them is likely to be introduced into the Queensland Parliament.

Councillors move meeting to avoid clash with dismissal day

Councillors were due to meet on August 21, the same day a Bill to remove them is likely to be introduced into the Queensland Parliament.

Published a story 6th Aug 2018 5:01 PM

BUSINESSPEOPLE have raised concerns about how far Ipswich City Council has become involved in the region's retail industry.

Council's venture into retail industry worries businesses

BUSINESSPEOPLE have raised concerns about how far Ipswich City Council has become involved in the region's retail industry.

Published a story 5th Aug 2018 3:08 PM

Uniform, logo and name on the agenda for new primary school

How Ipswich principal is building new school from scratch

Uniform, logo and name on the agenda for new primary school

Published a story 5th Aug 2018 10:46 AM

In six months, 17-year-old Jacob Carson has handed out about 70 resumes across Ipswich in his desperate search to find a job.

'Demoralising': Why Ipswich teens struggle to find a job

In six months, 17-year-old Jacob Carson has handed out about 70 resumes across Ipswich in his desperate search to find a job.

Published a story 3rd Aug 2018 4:45 PM

The community's disaster response will be harmed when Ipswich City Council is dismissed, Emergency Management Councillor Cheryl Bromage believes.

How will an administrator respond to disaster: Councillor

The community's disaster response will be harmed when Ipswich City Council is dismissed, Emergency Management Councillor Cheryl Bromage believes.

Published a story 3rd Aug 2018 4:23 PM

A REDUCTION in the production of oil on the other side of the globe has resulted in the price of fuel skyrocketing in Ipswich residents' backyard.

Drivers must shop around to beat global pact, retailers

A REDUCTION in the production of oil on the other side of the globe has resulted in the price of fuel skyrocketing in Ipswich residents' backyard.

Published a story 3rd Aug 2018 2:17 PM

Queensland Police clocked Tom Wilson and his wife Chris on July 17, 7km/h over the designated school zone speed.

Man fined for speeding in a school zone during holidays

Queensland Police clocked Tom Wilson and his wife Chris on July 17, 7km/h over the designated school zone speed.

Published a story 3rd Aug 2018 12:34 PM

Motorcycling Queensland has revealed a proposal that could see its existing Tivoli Raceway facility in Ipswich redeveloped

REVEALED: Historic Tivoli motorcycle track to be demolished

Motorcycling Queensland has revealed a proposal that could see its existing Tivoli Raceway facility in Ipswich redeveloped

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