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More than $9,000 in community development grants to support local groups

29 July 2015

SIX local community organisations will make a positive difference in the local community thanks to more over $12,000 from the latest round of Community Development Grants.

First quarter gallery attendance figures indicate a bumper year

29 July 2015

ATTENDANCE figures released today show Ipswich Art Gallery continues to pack in the crowds.

Council and the RSPCA team up to encourage responsible pet ownership

29 July 2015

IPSWICH City Council and the RSPCA are teaming up for Operation Wanted, which last year helped desex more than 6,000 Queensland dogs and cats.

Bundamba Creek Corridor Plan for a healthier and more resilient waterway

29 July 2015

THE Bundamba Creek Corridor Plan adopted today by Council provides a clear vision for a healthy and vibrant waterway that will continue to be valued by the local community.

National day to shine spotlight on Bilbies

28 July 2015

Ipswich is proud to be the first city in Australia to support National Bilby Day coming up in September.

Brassall icon now preserved by council

28 July 2015

The future of Boody's Store at Brassall has now been secured by Ipswich City Council with the site to be formally included in the city's planning scheme as a Character Place.

Extensive program of library circles on offer in Ipswich

28 July 2015

Ipswich residents are enjoying the chance to be able to join with like-minded individuals through the Library Circles program.

Local young people invited to special event

24 July 2015

Ipswich City Council is calling on Ipswich youth to share their ideas for the city at a special upcoming forum.

Council adds new trucks to fleet

24 July 2015

Ipswich's latest additions to its vehicle fleet will be ensuring that the city's roads remain in tip-top condition.

Marburg welcomes “The Green Shed”

23 July 2015

A new community space is set to become a focus point for the Marburg community.

Buy your yellow ribbon from Ipswich Libraries to wear on Strive to be Kind day

17 July 2015

Ipswich Libraries is throwing its support behind a special day to honour the life of Allison
Baden-Clay.

List of latest Kerbside Collection suburbs

17 July 2015

Ipswich's kerbside collection for large waste items is now underway and will soon be headed to your suburb.

Council seeks names of World War II soldiers for special memorial

17 July 2015

Ipswich families are invited to submit their family's details for inclusion on a Memorial Roll of Honour of Ipswich servicemen and women who died in World War II.

Local school issues Poetry Feast challenge

17 July 2015

Blair State School students are throwing down the gauntlet to other Ipswich schools when it comes to this year's Ipswich Poetry Feast competition.

History of McMahon’s Soft Drinks to be shared

16 July 2015

Ipswich residents will be able to take a journey into the history of one of the city's former iconic businesses at the next Friends of Ipswich Library Service (FOILS) event.

Rail past highlighted at annual open day

16 July 2015

Ipswich residents will be able to learn first-hand about The Workshops Rail Museum at a special Ipswich City Open Day in August.

Statement from Ipswich City Council Health and Community Safety Committee Chairperson Councillor Andrew Antoniolli

14 July 2015

AFTER reviewing the recent QCAT Appeals Court ruling into the proposed dog destruction order pertaining to Christine Mary Thomas, Council has determined the ruling does not present any dangerous precedent in relation to future attacks and incidents involving dangerous dogs.

Author brings Prisoner of War stories to life

14 July 2015

Brisbane-based screenwriter Jacqueline Cook will share her story of the First World War's most daring mass breakout with Ipswich residents during a special meet the author session this month.

New bridge begins to take shape

13 July 2015

Ipswich's newest piece of transport infrastructure is fast taking shape at Redbank Plains to further improve the flood immunity of Ipswich's eastern suburbs.

Learn how to “upcycle” at Ipswich Central Library

13 July 2015

Tips on upcycling unwanted or discarded items and turning them into something new will be the focus of a free hands-on workshop at Ipswich Central Library later this month.