Councillors want an explanation from the NBN Corporation to why Ipswich residents are being treated like "second-class citizens".
Development at the eastern end of Ipswich shows no signs of slowing.
EACH Wednesday morning, 18 older Ipswich gentlemen meet, chat and solve the world's problems over a mug of coffee.
About 4am on March 2 a man broke into the rear of the Leon Capra Dr business.
Councillors had intended to announce the appointment of Professor Mackenzie at its ordinary general meeting next Tuesday.
The tips for councillors were included in a suite of sweeping policy changes endorsed by the Ipswich City Council this week.
THE young man who paid a pensioner's grocery bill has revealed he is unemployed and often provides financial support to the elderly.
Investigations at the Ipswich General Cemetery last year found the "extremely rare" crypt contained Joseph Fleming, who served in Queensland's first parliament.
Only 28 of the trees planted during the Great Depression in 1932 remain on a 700m stretch of Brisbane Terrace
MILLIONS of dollars are on offer for Ipswich City Council to progress infrastructure projects to shovel-ready status.
Hayden is a young and versatile member of our team. He covers council, court and police. He also fills in on sport occasionally. He enjoys telling people’s stories and loves chasing the tough ones. He is always up for a story lead or just a chat about a certain issue.