BRUCE O’Grady does not remember the morning of January 25, 2016.
TEN young science-mad students given two hours to create the bathroom of the future have taken out a top prize for their creative endeavours.
EDUCATION in the 21st century means a lot more than addition and subtraction and Kay Louwrens knows that better than most people.
FOR the littlest patients at St Andrew’s Private Hospital, the simple Dr Seuss print that looks over their ward is nothing more than a bright picture.
TUCKED in beside an old train, some prehistoric guests have checked in for a tune-up with the technicians turned dinosaur vets at The Workshops Rail Museum.
TWO people have allegedly used a 4WD to ram into the glass front of a Bundamba grocery store in an attempt to steal money.
IT WAS the quiet shuffle of four pairs of feet that launched this morning’s Anzac Day commemorations at the Soldier’s Memorial Hall in Ipswich.
AN EDIBLE replica of the building and 150 clangs of the church bell helped to ring in 150 years since the opening of Ipswich’s Central Church over the weekend.
WELL before the sun rises today, thousands of Ipswich people will have already taken pause to mark one of Australia’s most solemn days.
A LOWOOD man with end-stage kidney cancer has allegedly been forced to sleep on the floor of a prison cell for weeks and has no idea when he may be released.
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.