THERE'S no doubt many of you have grappled - both in your own minds and among friends and family - with the decision facing the Local Government Minister
IPSWICH footy fanatic Peter Brown's Flinders View shrine to all things Maroon could just be the next best place to be after Lang Park for tonight's match.
UPDATE 7AM: POLICE have finished their investigations into a stabbing incident in Ipswich on Monday afternoon. No charges over stabbing
The vehicle left the road after failing to negotiate a sharp bend.
MORE than 200 family members, friends and police farewelled former Ipswich sergeant Tom Bales yesterday.
Two people were trapped in the vehicle and were later confirmed to have passed away.
IT SEEMS only fitting that one of Tom Bales' last acts was to receive official recognition for three decades of protecting the community.
COMLINK volunteer Phillip Ungerer is proud to be one of the hundreds of people who puts their hand up to provide transport for those who need it most.
THE seven buildings are undergoing a three-month refurbishment to prepare them for sale.
Police believe brake failure may have caused a shocking single vehicle crash on the Cunningham Hwy
Andrew was born and bred in Ipswich and has been at the QT since 2007. After starting out on the country rounds, he moved onto court reporting and then police and emergency services, which he has now been covering for the last three years. When he is not working on police rounds Andrew is busy sifting through the garbage of famous people, in search of ideas for his weekly column, the Naughty Korner. As there are very few famous people in Ipswich, Andrew is often forced to write his column about boring people, like politicians.