Regional News

Fri 15 Jun 2018

'Good lad' Ipswich rider earns top backing

'Good lad' Ipswich rider earns top backing

Ipswich-bred rider Jake Bayliss has impressed experienced trainers like Heathcote with his recent success and attitude.

Advocates call for end of 'insidious form of elder abuse'

Advocates call for end of 'insidious form of elder abuse'

THE Australian Government is under pressure to end restrictive practices in aged care after it was called “a serious contravention of a person’s human rights”.

Three children injured in school bus, truck crash

Three children injured in school bus, truck crash

Paramedics examined all 42 children who were on board at the time of the crash.

Thu 14 Jun 2018

Cops make arrest over 'highly corrosive liquid' bottle bombs

Cops make arrest over 'highly corrosive liquid' bottle bombs

He was arrested following a protracted investigation into a series of incidents across Ipswich.

Wed 13 Jun 2018

Cult classic to be performed on stage this Friday night

Cult classic to be performed on stage this Friday night

The classic 1975 cult movie will be shown on the big screen, as well as a live floor show with actors playing along at the same time.

Fernvale locals to raise a cup to help beat cancer

Fernvale locals to raise a cup to help beat cancer

The Watson family will host their third Biggest Morning Tea on June 17.

The Smith Family call on you to support Winter Appeal

The Smith Family call on you to support Winter Appeal

The Smith Family have launched their Winter Appeal and are calling on residents to help thousands of disadvantaged young people break the cycle of poverty.

Join 'le party' at Brisbane French Festival

Join 'le party' at Brisbane French Festival

Save the date, as the Brisbane French Festival will be held at South Bank from July 6-8.

Goodbye Go Card, hello mobile phone

Goodbye Go Card, hello mobile phone

QUEENSLAND’S public transport ticketing is set to be revolutionised with commuters able to pay for their trips from a range of smart devices.

Snowfall to bring a winter wonderland to Brisbane

Snowfall to bring a winter wonderland to Brisbane

Brisbane is set transform into a winter wonderland these school holidays, with the Snow4Kids Festival making its grand return for the sixth year.

Tue 12 Jun 2018

Police shoot dog after attack

Police shoot dog after attack

A police officer forced to shoot a dog after it attacked a man in a Darling Downs town.

Mobility scooters: Are they a menace or necessary?

Mobility scooters: Are they a menace or necessary?

TALKBACK radio listeners have backed calls for speed limits and tougher restrictions on mobility scooter users, describing them as a menace on our footpaths.

Less poo but still lots to do in Bell Street

Less poo but still lots to do in Bell Street

Not much has changed since The QT broke the story about people using Bell St as a toilet.

Motorists seeing red over amber

Motorists seeing red over amber

MOTORISTS who push to beat the amber light are being stung with a $400 fine and three demerit points, the same penalty for running a red light.

MOVIE REVIEW: Pixar sequel is simply incredible

MOVIE REVIEW: Pixar sequel is simply incredible

The Parr family of superheroes are back, finally, on the big screen in Incredibles 2.

Kindy plans fun for major milestone

Kindy plans fun for major milestone

The Roderick Street Community Preschool and Kindergarten will be hosting a big celebration in September and October

Mon 11 Jun 2018

FLASHBACK: 5 times it snowed in Queensland

FLASHBACK: 5 times it snowed in Queensland

ONCE upon a time it snowed in Ipswich.

Dachshund joins campaign for residents to register dogs

Dachshund joins campaign for residents to register dogs

There are about 32,000 registered dogs in Ipswich and council estimates there could be another 10,000 unregistered.

Fri 8 Jun 2018

Eight things to do this weekend

Eight things to do this weekend

What's on in Ipswich.

Would free rego lure you into toll tunnels?

Would free rego lure you into toll tunnels?

CHEAPER licence fees if you’re a good driver? Free rego if you use toll roads every week? These are options for some Aussie motorists.

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