Population growth and flood resilience top Federal Budget boost for Ipswich

27 October 2022

Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding has welcomed the Federal Government’s multi-million dollar Budget injection into the region’s highest priority project, the Ipswich to Springfield Central Public Transport Corridor (I2S), and further investment into flood recovery and resilience measures.

Little Day Out wins big award

26 October 2022

SPARK Ipswich festival event - Little Day Out - has won a national community award and the hearts of Ipswich’s under 10’s.

Free FOGO trial results are in

24 October 2022

More than 1,000 Ipswich households participated in council’s food waste collection trial, which led to 82 tonnes of waste being diverted away from landfill.

Young Ipswich film buffs impress judges in IFFY 2022

24 October 2022

Ipswich’s own Tarantino, Gerwig, Scorsese, DuVernay, Fincher, Peele or Campion might have emerged with the announcement of the Ipswich Film Festival for Youth (IFFY) winners.

Traffic returns to Nicholas Street in Ipswich Central

24 October 2022

For the first time since the late 80s, cars will again be able to drive down Nicholas Street.

Ipswich State High School handed Keys to the City

23 October 2022

Cheers of ‘we are Ipswich’ rang out as Ipswich State High School received the city’s highest honour.

Virtual Reality explores real-world solutions to Urban Heat Island Effect

20 October 2022

Put on a pair of Virtual Reality goggles and experience how small changes to our urban environment can make a big difference to a burning issue.

Ipswich flood plan takes out major gong at national awards

18 October 2022

Ipswich continues to lead the way in disaster preparedness and flood mitigation and increased response capacity after Ipswich City Council’s catchment plan was recognised at the National Awards for Local Government.

Boys and ghouls invited to free spook-tacular disco

18 October 2022

Calling all young Ipswich goblins, ghosts and scary night creatures to meet in the centre of Tulmur Place for a frighteningly good time.

Voluntary Home Buy-Back home offers extend across Ipswich

17 October 2022

A further 60 local homeowners of flood impacted homes will be considered for offers from the State Government in the next round of the Voluntary Home Buy-Back scheme.