A NEW mobile phone app has been developed by Kids Helpline to make mental health more accessible and relevant for young people.
The orange cut-out ladies will appear in a number of businesses for 16 days to highlight a important message.
You can donate presents to children who might otherwise go without from now until Christmas Eve.
Construction has begun on a new shopping complex in one of Ipswich’s busiest suburbs
The Ipswich business donates a percentage of their sales each month to help vital driving program
Carmel O’Rourke started her business, Farralley Lane Sewing Studio, three years ago after completing a successful teaching career at St Mary’s College
Growing company opens its third shop in one of the city's fastest growing regions
The thought of children having nothing to play or read with has inspired one Ipswich mum to give back to those in need
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Ashleigh Howarth is a journalist with more than seven years experience in the industry. She specialises in community news and is the editor of the Ipswich Advertiser. She also contributes stories to Ipswich’s daily newspaper, The Queensland Times. Ashleigh has Bachelor of Journalism from the Queensland University of Technology.