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Andrew Antoniolli is the 50th Mayor of Ipswich.
Previously, Councillor Andrew Antoniolli represented Division 7, which encompasses the central area of Ipswich, including Ipswich Central and comprising the suburbs of Coalfalls, Sadliers Crossing, West Ipswich, Woodend, Ipswich, Newtown, Booval, Eastern Heights, Silkstone, and Raceview.
Councillor Antoniolli was first elected in March 2000 at the age of 29 years in the first of Queensland Local Government four year terms. He was the youngest Councillor to be elected in 21 years and the second youngest elected in the City's history since 1860.
Andrew was born in Ipswich and has lived in Ipswich his entire life.
He was educated at Ipswich North State School and Ipswich State High School (School Prefect 1988).
Andrew commenced working for the Queensland Police Service in 1989, and remained with the service until his success in the 2000 election as Division 7 Councillor for the City of Ipswich. During his career within the Queensland Police Service he was appointed to the position of Senior Constable - Officer in Charge, Redbank Police Beat and Acting Sergeant in Charge of the Ipswich District Crime Prevention and Community Policing Unit.
In 1992, Andrew co-founded and co-ordinated the "Ipswich Police Community Cup Touch Carnival" which ran successfully for eight years and raised more than $25,000 for local charities, including, the Ipswich PCYC, Ipswich Blue Nursing Service and the Children's Ward of the Ipswich Hospital.
In 1995, Andrew married his Wife, Karina at St. Mary's Church, Ipswich and they now have five daughters.
Andrew enjoys volunteering within and working with the Ipswich community and his hobbies include sport and the arts. Andrew also enjoys and looks forward to family outings and gatherings with family and friends.