CEYLON tea connoisseur Dona Perera is banking on the power of a hot cuppa to stimulate a good old fashioned chinwag.
The Ethical Standards Command are involved after a double fatality at Peak Downs yesterday afternoon.
AN IPSWICH earthmoving business is preparing to meet with the city's administrator as its management hatches a plan to resume a coal mining operation.
There wasn't a dry eye in the house when Senior Sergeant Gareth James was sent off in style after 39 years of service.
THE old saying "from small things big things grow” made famous by Kev Carmody and Paul Kelly certainly rings true for Ipswich business owner Claire Heffernan.
POLICE have praised the behaviour of the vast majority of the estimated 25,000 people who enjoyed some of the world's finest country music talent at Willowbank.
HEAVY rain and storms that battered country music fans at Willowbank over the weekend mysteriously dodged Ipswich, with only modest falls recorded at Amberley
FOR THE past 37 years it has been the mountain of riches on Ipswich's western doorstep.
THERE are already signs of significant progress in the project to transform a massive abandoned warehouse.
Ipswich detectives are appealing for information from the public following the death of a man who sustained serious burns in a house fire.
Born and bred in Ipswich, Andrew Korner has been at the Queensland Times since 2007. Over the past decade Andrew has covered country rounds, courts, police and emergency services and been editor of the Ipswich Advertiser. Andrew is currently the deputy editor of the Queensland Times.