Ipswich pays tribute to tennis trailblazer Ash Barty

25 March 2022

Three-time Grand Slam champion and Ipswich local Ash Barty has retired from competitive tennis and the Ipswich City Council on behalf of the community would like to pay tribute to her wonderful career and wish her all the best in the future.

New tenants locked in for Nicholas Street Precinct

25 March 2022

Ipswich residents and local businesses have more reasons to be excited about the $250 million Nicholas Street Precinct revitalisation after council signed two big brands as the precinct’s latest tenants.

Modern technology to reveal ancient secrets at Ipswich General Cemetery

24 March 2022

Ipswich’s oldest cemetery burials are about to be mapped for the first time through the use of ground penetrating radar.

Potential waste recycling opportunity through SEQ City Deal

23 March 2022

Three South East Queensland Councils have joined forces to deliver a regional recycling facility that could start construction next year and divert tonnes of waste from landfill.

More than meets the eye to Ipswich’s Planes, Trains and Autos

22 March 2022

Kids, and those young at heart, will be transformed at the city’s premier adrenaline-charged festival Planes, Trains and Autos, returning to The Workshops Rail Museum on Saturday 30 April 2022.

Community recovery and support continues after the flood

21 March 2022

Disaster response and recovery support for the Ipswich community continues as we enter our fourth week since the flood.

$10 million City Deal boost to Ipswich to Springfield Central Public Transport Corridor

21 March 2022

Ipswich City Council’s Federal Election campaign is on the right track after it secured a $10 million tripartite commitment for the Ipswich to Springfield Central Public Transport Corridor (I2S) as part of the SEQ City Deal.

Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve temporarily closed

18 March 2022

Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve is temporarily closed after it sustained damage from fast rising and fast flowing flood waters.

Troops embedded in Ipswich’s flood-impacted suburbs

18 March 2022

The number of troops on the ground in Ipswich’s flood-impacted suburbs has risen to 451 as the Australian Defence Force (ADF) supports Ipswich City Council and assists Ipswich residents.

Ipswich’s sporting fields assessed after flood

18 March 2022

Sporting fields and facilities throughout Ipswich are being inspected and assessed by a team of engineers, electricians, parks officers and asset managers after the recent rain and flood left many of them damaged.