RESIDENTS are outraged that a grandmother accused of attempting to murder two of her grandchildren has been allowed to live opposite Ipswich West State School.
OUTSTANDING beers to match the American barbecue cuisine are on offer at the BLVD Restaurant BBQ.
AMERICAN style barbecue cuisine is a big hit right now and a new restaurant at Springfield Lakes is taking the experience to a whole new level.
REMEMBER the people of Vanuatu. That is the message to Ipswich from local resident Alan Warren after his visit to the island that was devastated by Cyclone Pam.
IPSWICH is positioning itself to host teams ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games but a synthetic track is what is needed to attract the top outfits to the city.
THE Australian Constitution is outdated, which is why Chris Reynolds says he has examined the document and rewritten it.
THEY are both humbled and ready for work. That was the assessment from Ipswich's new MPs after being sworn into State Parliament on Tuesday.
THE Norman St Bridge has been put on the official agenda in Canberra by the South East Queensland Council of mayors for the first time.
IPSWICH City Council must distance itself from any support for the greyhound industry until the investigation into the live baiting scandal is finished.
THE Western Corridor NRL bid has an advocate in Canberra who will fight to get the funding to assist a permanent training base move to Springfield.
Joel is a journalist with 20 years of experience and since February, 2011 he has been the late reporter at The Queensland Times. Joel specialises in longer features and as the late reporter he chases all the breaking stories that unfold in the evenings. A die hard rugby league fan, Joel has been pushing hard for the Western Corridor bid to be admitted into the NRL.