Partnership delivers solid foundations for Ipswich business owners

16 May 2022

Ipswich small business owners and entrepreneurs are set to get a boost through a partnership between Ipswich City Council and TAFE Queensland.

Free kerbside collection commencing in Goodna

12 May 2022

It’s time to clean out the spare room or under the house as Ipswich City Council’s free large item kerbside collection begins on 23 May 2022 for one week in Goodna.

Reconciliation Week to be celebrated with culture, community and food

12 May 2022

An exclusive opportunity to experience traditional Kupmurri cooking and other cultural practices will feature in a free Community Open Day on Friday 27 May 2022.

Tasty new addition coming to Nicholas Street Precinct

12 May 2022

Fresh, feel-good mex will be on the menu with international brand Zambrero locked in as tenants for the Nicholas Street Precinct dining, leisure and entertainment hub.

Pick your favourite at the prestigious Ipswich Art Awards

11 May 2022

Local art aficionados will be able to vote for their favourite entries at the Ipswich Art Awards for the first time in the event’s 23 year history with the introduction of a People’s Choice Award.

Ipswich community legends share their motivation ahead of National Volunteer Week

11 May 2022

Local unsung heroes and community legends have reflected on what drives them to volunteer their time, expertise and labour for the betterment of Ipswich as council celebrates National Volunteer Week - 16 to 22 May 2022.

Community feedback called for Richardson Park playground design

10 May 2022

Residents and families can share their thoughts on modern amenities, beautified landscaping and an immersive ‘river life’ playground that are detailed in council’s concept plan for upgrading Richardson Park in Goodna.

Vote for Marburg to be the tiny tourism hero of Queensland

10 May 2022

Marburg’s unique country charm has landed it a finalist position in the 2022 Queensland Top Tourism Town Awards.

Infrastructure critical to keep the fastest-growing region in Queensland moving

09 May 2022

Infrastructure critical to the future of Ipswich’s major population centres is in desperate need of significant investment, with no Federal election candidate yet committing investment to prevent gridlock from stunting economic productivity, future growth, and the region’s liveability.

Ipswich Nature Centre has quoll-ity credentials

09 May 2022

If you pause quietly and peer into the Ipswich Nature Centre quoll enclosure you will spot two new animals with an interesting story.