Regional News

Thu 2 Apr 2020

Coronavirus Queensland: all you need to know today

Coronavirus Queensland: all you need to know today

QUEENSLAND has been rocked by another coronavirus death as the PM announces new measures to help families with childcare costs.

Teachers in crisis: 400 calls for support every day

premium_icon Teachers in crisis: 400 calls for support every day

Teachers on the frontline are calling for help in unprecedented numbers as they come to terms with the impacts of the COVID-19

‘Take it seriously, Qld lives are at stake’

‘Take it seriously, Qld lives are at stake’

Queensland’s Health Minister has issued a confronting warning to those Queenslanders continuing to flout rules designed to stop the spread of COVID-19, as another man...

Toowoomba records second COVID-19 death

premium_icon Toowoomba records second COVID-19 death

It is the second death related to the coronavirus in the Toowoomba Region.

IN COURT: Full names of 91 people in Ipswich court today

premium_icon IN COURT: Full names of 91 people in Ipswich court today

Every day the QT publishes a full list of those due in court

How to workout for free while in self isolation

premium_icon How to workout for free while in self isolation

New fitness program dropped online to help people’s health and wellbeing

Why News is being forced to suspend community papers

Why News is being forced to suspend community papers

Next week, 60 of News Corp Australia's papers won't be printed and the reason is not coronavirus.

How to bring health care home over the phone

premium_icon How to bring health care home over the phone

The expansion of telehealth services means patients and doctors in Ipswich can continue with consultations.

Wed 1 Apr 2020

Blow for patients, visitors, as shuttle bus suspended

premium_icon Blow for patients, visitors, as shuttle bus suspended

West Moreton Health said the decision was made “to help stop the spread of coronavirus”

Woolworths to change operating hours

premium_icon Woolworths to change operating hours

Your local Woolworths may change operating hours from today

No more pet adoptions as virus forces closure of RSPCA

premium_icon No more pet adoptions as virus forces closure of RSPCA

Pets looking for their forever homes will have to remain at the adoption facility

‘Government needs to come clean to frontline health workers’

premium_icon ‘Government needs to come clean to frontline health workers’

A shocking new survey has revealed the majority of our frontline medical staff believe they are inadequately protected against COVID-19, with masks running low.

50 jobseekers join Coles stores in Ipswich

premium_icon 50 jobseekers join Coles stores in Ipswich

The new recruits come from industries that were forced to close or stand down staff

Former MP speaks on new Ipswich City Council

premium_icon Former MP speaks on new Ipswich City Council

“We have to respect the peoples choice on who they have elected”

Arm injury ends in ambulance ride

premium_icon Arm injury ends in ambulance ride

Male patient taken to Ipswich Hospital after incident at home

IN COURT: Full names of 125 people in Ipswich court today

premium_icon IN COURT: Full names of 125 people in Ipswich court today

Every day the QT publishes a full list of those due in court

We want you for the Care Army

We want you for the Care Army

In a nod to Queensland’s Mud Army, a new legion of community volunteers is being recruited protect the health of one million seniors at risk from coronavirus.

MP positive about city’s future with new mayor

premium_icon MP positive about city’s future with new mayor

Teresa Harding became the first female mayor of Ipswich in its 160 year history.

Your chance to salute our frontline heroes

Your chance to salute our frontline heroes

They're among the local health heroes holding the line against the worst global pandemic in a century. LEAVE YOUR MESSAGE OF SUPPORT

Tue 31 Mar 2020

Quarantine crackdown: Taskforce to track 40,000 Qlders

premium_icon Quarantine crackdown: Taskforce to track 40,000 Qlders

Queensland law enforcement agencies will work under Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath to enforce quarantine orders.

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