February 2016

Published a story 5th Feb 2016 4:20 PM

A GROUP of Ipswich artists are on a mission to uncover the creative achievements of the city in an art exhibition dubbed C.I.A.

Show aims to uncover creativity

A GROUP of Ipswich artists are on a mission to uncover the creative achievements of the city in an art exhibition dubbed C.I.A.

Published a story 4th Feb 2016 2:16 PM

THE lives of fungi are usually unglamorous ones.

Recording life of a Purga fungus

THE lives of fungi are usually unglamorous ones.

Published a story 3rd Feb 2016 6:45 PM

AFTER a $938,000 renovation, Ward 6C will have a specially-built bed for obese patients and single-patient rooms to contain infectious conditions.

Health minister tours ward due to reopen within weeks

AFTER a $938,000 renovation, Ward 6C will have a specially-built bed for obese patients and single-patient rooms to contain infectious conditions.

Published a story 2nd Feb 2016 7:21 PM

DOT and George Sawyers know more about marriage than most people will ever get to learn – tomorrow they’ll have had sixty years of practise getting it right.

Yamanto couple celebrate 60 years of getting it right

DOT and George Sawyers know more about marriage than most people will ever get to learn – tomorrow they’ll have had sixty years of practise getting it right.

Published a story 2nd Feb 2016 11:39 AM

A FEMALE driver was the only person injured in a two-vehicle crash on the corner of Waite and Parrot Sts during peak hour this morning.

Woman hurt in two-vehicle crash

A FEMALE driver was the only person injured in a two-vehicle crash on the corner of Waite and Parrot Sts during peak hour this morning.

Published a story 1st Feb 2016 12:26 PM

WHEN Victor Attwood first stood for Ipswich City Council at the turn of the millennium even his supporters didn’t think he had a chance.

Deputy mayor calls it quits on council career

WHEN Victor Attwood first stood for Ipswich City Council at the turn of the millennium even his supporters didn’t think he had a chance.

January 2016

Published a story 27th Jan 2016 6:44 PM

IT WAS JUST as bad for staff too yesterday as they opened the classrooms for the first time ever at Deebing Heights State School.

Quiet start for school that may one day have 1000 students

IT WAS JUST as bad for staff too yesterday as they opened the classrooms for the first time ever at Deebing Heights State School.

Published a story 25th Jan 2016 6:38 PM

WHEN Joyce Rieck sent her twin daughters off to university in 1987, the mother of five discovered she had all of a sudden become an empty-nester.

Decades of hard work at Cabanda Care is honoured

WHEN Joyce Rieck sent her twin daughters off to university in 1987, the mother of five discovered she had all of a sudden become an empty-nester.

Published a story 24th Jan 2016 6:58 PM

JOHN Christiansen has spent his life serving the public, first for 24 years in the Australian Army and now almost 14 years in the health sector.

Hospital applauds staff for lifetime of service

JOHN Christiansen has spent his life serving the public, first for 24 years in the Australian Army and now almost 14 years in the health sector.

Published a story 24th Jan 2016 6:52 PM

IN A small cemetery near the former Purga Mission, headstones and fresh flowers mark the graves of Aunty Faye Carr’s beloved family members.

Ipswich Citizen of the Year triumphs after sad tragedy

IN A small cemetery near the former Purga Mission, headstones and fresh flowers mark the graves of Aunty Faye Carr’s beloved family members.

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Hannah began writing for APN newspapers in Hervey Bay and Maryborough in 2011, writing about everything from the prize-winning sausages to murder trials. She joined the team at the Queensland Times in early 2014 as editor of City Heart and Roughin It magazines.