ipswich heritage

Inception of the modern-day firey

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Sea shanties sung as blaze is fought

When old king coal held sway

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Wheels of industry kept moving by new mines

Doors open on Ipswich's grand designs

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Biannual event a region highlight

Tough living for Ipswich's distant, neglected police

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"The police constables lived in bark huts”

Gas lamps light the way at night

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Samuel Wensley paid his first visit to Ipswich in 1868

Where the ringtail possum sits up

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The homestead was erected in 1868

Ipswich volunteers take fight for Empire to foreign lands

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Orders were placed with an Ipswich company for khaki drill uniforms

Incinerator brings back one act plays

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Six decades of theatre

Resident calls for rethink on plan to topple water tower

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Phone company mail-out puts scare through landmark's lovers

1875 vineyards put Ipswich on map

Premium Content 1875 vineyards put Ipswich on map

Local wines lauded for their quality

The day Ipswich had a shake up

The day Ipswich had a shake up

Fundraisers frowned upon

FLASHBACK: Stories bringing the woollen mills to life

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Researcher exploring city's rich history in historic wool industry

Old makes way for new in CBD

Old makes way for new in CBD

Ipswich's city centre undergoes major changes in the late 1900s

Council older than State Parliament

Council older than State Parliament

Heritage City lived up to its name with first meeting back in 1859

Rich tradition of horse racing in city

Rich tradition of horse racing in city

A history of horses, places and people

When Welsh choirs of old rang out

When Welsh choirs of old rang out

Celts from British Isles worked the mines and held on to traditions

Fishing trip ends with loss of 11 lives in Moreton Bay

Fishing trip ends with loss of 11 lives in Moreton Bay

Lives lost as disaster strikes

Flourishing arts scene puts city on the map

Flourishing arts scene puts city on the map

Many people who have contributed to the musical culture of our city

When life was a ball at the National Hall

When life was a ball at the National Hall

Venue opened with patriotic concert

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