New Civic and Ceremonial Events Policy to celebrate our city

22 October 2021

Days of significance, symbolic presentations and military commemorations are included in more than a dozen public ceremonies supported by council’s revised Civic and Ceremonial Events Policy.

Ipswich small businesses set for success

22 October 2021

More than 250 Ipswich small businesses are better equipped for success after taking advantage of a series of low-cost Small Business Education Programs.

Ipswich SES top orange angels in Queensland

20 October 2021

The Queensland State Emergency Service Ipswich City Unit was recognised at the state awards for their efforts in response to the Halloween hailstorm on 31 October 2020.

First tenant announced in Nicholas Street Precinct dining hub

20 October 2021

The first restaurant has been locked in for the new dining hub in the $250 million Nicholas Street Precinct revitalisation with established restauranteurs Janet Cao and David Wang bringing That Dumpling Place to the Ipswich CBD.

Early achievements and added transparency for 2020-21 Annual Report

19 October 2021

Big investment, positive change and added transparency measures are the key themes of Ipswich City Council’s 2020-21 Annual Report.

Golden opportunity to create a more active and healthy Ipswich

18 October 2021

There is no better opportunity than an Olympic and Paralympic Games on the horizon to boost participation rates and increase opportunities for physical activity in the coming decade.

“Clear, succinct and concise” submissions ahead of council decision on childcare centre

18 October 2021

Ipswich City Council is expected to make a decision next month on a development application for a new childcare centre at Karalee, following a public hearing of the Independent Decision Review Panel (IDRP).

Time running out to nominate for Council’s Australia Day Awards

18 October 2021

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond for our city? Now is the time for residents to nominate local heroes and inspiring individuals who better our community for Council’s 2022 Australia Day Awards.

North Ipswich safer for pedestrians with new traffic island

15 October 2021

A new traffic island and urban works at the intersection of Lawrence and Pine Streets in North Ipswich is set to improve pedestrian safety, as Council rolls out its $26 million road maintenance and rehabilitation program for 2021-22.

Funding boost to new Blue Gum Reserve changerooms

14 October 2021

The Karalee Tornadoes Junior Rugby League Club can look forward to a $620,000 upgrade to Blue Gum Reserve which will include new changerooms for home and away teams, and amenities for female players.