July 2015

Published a story 31st Jul 2015 9:10 PM

A LARGE crowd of loyal customers have given Mrs K’s Coffee Shop at Flinders View a heartfelt goodbye to remember.

Farewells for Mrs K

A LARGE crowd of loyal customers have given Mrs K’s Coffee Shop at Flinders View a heartfelt goodbye to remember.

Published a story 28th Jul 2015 7:22 PM

IPSWICH councillors have hit out at what they say is the involvement of Labor Party politics "by stealth" in local government ahead of the 2016 elections.

ALP interference in Ipswich council is nonsense says Neumann

IPSWICH councillors have hit out at what they say is the involvement of Labor Party politics "by stealth" in local government ahead of the 2016 elections.

Published a story 27th Jul 2015 8:19 PM

THE continued multi-million dollar investment in Safe City cameras by council is another reason why the Police Communications hub must stay in Ipswich.

Is there too much CCTV surveillance across Ipswich?

THE continued multi-million dollar investment in Safe City cameras by council is another reason why the Police Communications hub must stay in Ipswich.

Published a story 24th Jul 2015 3:34 PM

THERE is bi-partisan support to name a new building in the Brisbane CBD after the late Aboriginal Liberal senator Neville Bonner.

Bi-partisan call for new building to honour Bonner

THERE is bi-partisan support to name a new building in the Brisbane CBD after the late Aboriginal Liberal senator Neville Bonner.

Published a story 24th Jul 2015 2:57 PM

JIM Madden said before the last election that he was determined to bring the Brisbane Valley Hwy up to speed.

Madden repairs highway like he promised

JIM Madden said before the last election that he was determined to bring the Brisbane Valley Hwy up to speed.

Published a story 22nd Jul 2015 7:55 PM

THE COUNTDOWN to a major milestone in Ipswich history is on with the city set for two decades of unprecedented growth.

Wheelie bins show we'll be a city of 200,000 by 2017

THE COUNTDOWN to a major milestone in Ipswich history is on with the city set for two decades of unprecedented growth.

Published a story 17th Jul 2015 10:31 PM

DEPUTY Mayor Victor Attwood is set to defend himself in parliament after Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller said he made "untrue" allegations in a sworn affidavit.

Opposition Leader Springborg calls for Miller to be sacked

DEPUTY Mayor Victor Attwood is set to defend himself in parliament after Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller said he made "untrue" allegations in a sworn affidavit.

Published a story 16th Jul 2015 8:15 PM

THE bitter feud between Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller and Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale has taken an explosive new turn.

MP Miller denies telling deputy mayor to get rid of Pisasale

THE bitter feud between Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller and Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale has taken an explosive new turn.

Published a story 13th Jul 2015 2:18 PM

IPSWICH has made giant strides in the past 12 months on the unemployment front and that trend must continue via smart government decisions.

OPINION: State Budget must look after Ipswich

IPSWICH has made giant strides in the past 12 months on the unemployment front and that trend must continue via smart government decisions.

Published a story 13th Jul 2015 2:16 PM

A STAFFER of Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller has been asked to admit he is an administrator of a Facebook site that is highly critical of Mayor Paul Pisasale.

Anti-Pisasale Facebook site linked to Police Minister's Axe

A STAFFER of Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller has been asked to admit he is an administrator of a Facebook site that is highly critical of Mayor Paul Pisasale.

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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.