May 2018

Published a story 21st May 2018 11:24 AM

THE owners of a well-known Ipswich cafe have decided it's time to do something new and put their business up for sale.

FOR SALE: Well-known cafe goes on the market

THE owners of a well-known Ipswich cafe have decided it's time to do something new and put their business up for sale.

Published a story 7th May 2018 8:42 AM

Half a century ago a group of young, bright Ipswich men began learning their trade in the motoring industry.

Why this group of men love a chin wag

Half a century ago a group of young, bright Ipswich men began learning their trade in the motoring industry.

Published a story 5th May 2018 9:53 AM

Ipswich councillors are paid a combined wage of more than $1.4million a year.

When ratepayers will stop paying council wages

Ipswich councillors are paid a combined wage of more than $1.4million a year.

Published a story 5th May 2018 9:02 AM

WHEN Wade Morrison read the QT's story about an Ipswich's mum plea for help to buy specialist equipment for her two-year-old son, he was overcome with emotion.

'My heart exploded':Charity ride answers mum's call for help

WHEN Wade Morrison read the QT's story about an Ipswich's mum plea for help to buy specialist equipment for her two-year-old son, he was overcome with emotion.

Published a story 4th May 2018 2:59 PM

IPSWICH councillors knew about increasing contamination rates more than a year before the situation reached crisis, but kept that information from the public.

RECYCLING: Problem detailed in 'secret' meeting last year

IPSWICH councillors knew about increasing contamination rates more than a year before the situation reached crisis, but kept that information from the public.

Published a story 4th May 2018 12:59 PM

PARENTS lodge thousands of complaints about schools each year but only a fraction result in action.

What school parents complain about

PARENTS lodge thousands of complaints about schools each year but only a fraction result in action.

Published a story 4th May 2018 10:14 AM

IPSWICH residents have been receiving phone calls asking about unwanted smells in their area.

Govt calling to ask about mystery stink

IPSWICH residents have been receiving phone calls asking about unwanted smells in their area.

Published a story 4th May 2018 9:45 AM

COUNCIL workers in Ipswich are planning strike action after a lengthy battle to negotiate better wages.

Council workers agree to strike over wages

COUNCIL workers in Ipswich are planning strike action after a lengthy battle to negotiate better wages.

Published a story 3rd May 2018 4:48 PM

Deputy Premier Jackie Trad said anybody could make allegations, but without evidence they were only "hollow words".

'I was a lone voice': MP's council concerns ignored

Deputy Premier Jackie Trad said anybody could make allegations, but without evidence they were only "hollow words".

Published a story 3rd May 2018 2:47 PM

Acting Mayor Wayne Wendt said the council intends to "prove" the elected officials are more than capable of representing the people of Ipswich.

Embattled council to fight against dissolution

Acting Mayor Wayne Wendt said the council intends to "prove" the elected officials are more than capable of representing the people of Ipswich.

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