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Thu 23 May 2019

Reminisce of the days spent out in the old schoolyard

premium_icon Reminisce of the days spent out in the old schoolyard

Search is on for friends from the Bremer SHS class of 1959

Struggling Reject Shop to close stores

Struggling Reject Shop to close stores

The Reject Shop’s CEO has quit after the troubled retailer announced store closures and flagged a loss of up to $2 million.

WARNING: Killer flu is reason to stay away

premium_icon WARNING: Killer flu is reason to stay away

Already 54 Australians have died this season.

Why you should wear purple this Friday

Why you should wear purple this Friday

How you can help one of Ipswich's most vital organisations

Punches fly, keys stolen in road rage attack

premium_icon Punches fly, keys stolen in road rage attack

DETECTIVES are appealing for the public's help in their investigations into an assault and robbery on the Ipswich Motorway.

How you can make cash quicker at recycle centres

premium_icon How you can make cash quicker at recycle centres

If you're tired of giving up an hour each time you go to recycle your bottles and cans, there is an alternative which can see you in and out in a few minutes.

Ipswich’s top 10 gluten-free restaurants

premium_icon Ipswich’s top 10 gluten-free restaurants

These restaurants however have made it easier to enjoy a carefree night without any hiccups.

Arts get a boost at IGGS

premium_icon Arts get a boost at IGGS

Performing Arts extension reflects popularity of dance

Nine things you need to know about Costco Fuel

premium_icon Nine things you need to know about Costco Fuel

The first and foremost is cash-savvy punters are saving a packet.

Juiced up thieves on prowl for batteries

premium_icon Juiced up thieves on prowl for batteries

Police are warning farmers to be on the lookout for suspicious behaviour.

Regional council set for jobs boost

premium_icon Regional council set for jobs boost

The Lockyer Valley and Somerset regions will share in almost $340,000 worth of job-supporting infrastructure grants.

Shopping centre won't let volunteer street cleaner use bins

premium_icon Shopping centre won't let volunteer street cleaner use bins

He works the streets of Ipswich every day in an effort to clean up the place.

Ipswich MPs stunned by shock LNP victory

premium_icon Ipswich MPs stunned by shock LNP victory

Anti-Labor scare tactics and poor explanations of economic policies were to blame for election loss.

Busy sporting mum's loud voice of authority

premium_icon Busy sporting mum's loud voice of authority

IPSWICH Flyers stalwart Melissa Beutel shares a major reason for being in this season's leadership team.

60 years on, victim recalls alleged abuse by church minister

premium_icon 60 years on, victim recalls alleged abuse by church minister

THE memory has led to the now retired church minister being charged with historic sex offences.

Why Mel gets an extra buzz at netball

premium_icon Why Mel gets an extra buzz at netball

BEING a naturally competitive person, senior Ipswich Flyers player Melissa Beutel enjoys the weekly challenge provided in the Queensland Premier League.

Neighbourhood dispute turns ugly during footy

premium_icon Neighbourhood dispute turns ugly during footy

Suspecting his neighbour may have thrown a rock at his house, Ben Briody stormed next door.

Evicted Redbank Plaza fruit shop owner donates $35K to needy

premium_icon Evicted Redbank Plaza fruit shop owner donates $35K to needy

He is still hurting from the loss of his business, but it hasn't dulled his motivation to feed the people.

Wed 22 May 2019

Rising Ipswich superstar set for Origin stage

premium_icon Rising Ipswich superstar set for Origin stage

He was touted about earlier this week as being the Sydney Roosters’ replacement for their retiring star halfback Cooper Cronk.

Ipswich almost $200 million worse off without Labor

premium_icon Ipswich almost $200 million worse off without Labor

Much like Bill Shorten lost the keys to the lodge, Ipswich has lost the keys to start three major infrastructure projects worth almost $200 million.

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