Memorabilia auction to fund domestic and family violence prevention

15 February 2022

Proceeds from the online auction of almost 400 items following the dismissal of the former Ipswich City Council will be used to raise awareness in the community of the destructive impacts of domestic and family violence.

Mobile nurseries to deliver 120,000 free plants to residents

14 February 2022

More than 100,000 free plants are up for grabs in 2022, many of which will be brought to the suburbs of Ipswich in the coming months as part of Ipswich City Council’s Free Plant Program.

Community help needed to redesign Richardson Park

11 February 2022

Now’s your chance to have your say on the design of the Richardson Park Playground and help council turn the park which overlooks the Brisbane River at Brisbane Terrace Goodna, into an exciting and colourful adventure playground for Ipswich’s youngest residents to enjoy.

Mayor lays out Ipswich priorities for Prime Minister

11 February 2022

Major infrastructure shortfalls, significant population growth, and resource recovery were top of the list when Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding sat down with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other senior members of Parliament this week.

More than $500,000 available for Ipswich community groups

10 February 2022

Ipswich community groups and organisations can dust off their funding wish lists with a funding pool of more than $500,000 on offer from Ipswich City Council in 2022.

Free kerbside collection commencing in Ripley, Willowbank and surrounds

10 February 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 21 February 2022 for one week in Ripley, Willowbank and surrounding suburbs.

Latest data sees city top 240,000 residents

07 February 2022

Ripley continues to be one of the fastest growing areas in the state while Ipswich continues to be Queensland’s fastest-growing city, according to Council’s latest quarterly planning and development report card.

Community invited to have its say on renaming of bridge and road

07 February 2022

The Ipswich community can now put forward alternative name suggestions for the former Paul Pisasale Bridge in Springfield Central, and for Pisasale Drive in Yamanto, following landholder agreement to rename the drive.

Art lovers to draw link between past and future for iconic alley

04 February 2022

A unique opportunity for artists to leave their mark on a heritage throughfare dating back to the 1860s, Bottle Alley, has opened.

Residents called on to help clean up

04 February 2022

The Ipswich community is being urged to get behind an ambitious target of 50 Clean Up Australia Day sites across the city in 2022.