Candidates deliver a range of commitments for Ipswich ahead of Federal Election

20 May 2022

Several key priorities put forward by Ipswich City Council have received commitments from Federal Election candidates – however some only received partisan support, while others were overlooked.

Ipswich Libraries ask community to please speak up

20 May 2022

Contrary to the belief that librarians will shush you for talking, Ipswich Libraries is encouraging community members to speak up.

Pawfect party planned for city's dingoes

20 May 2022

The Ipswich Nature Centre’s pure alpine dingo’s Lola and Moose are turning four-years-old on 28 May.

Urgent State Government inquiry into waste odours needed

19 May 2022

Ipswich City Council is calling for an urgent state inquiry to ensure the health impacts of ongoing stench from private waste operators is appropriately investigated.

Free kerbside collection commencing in Camira and Carole Park

19 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 30 May 2022 for one week in Camira and Carole Park.

Memorabilia converted to helping hand for community

18 May 2022

Local domestic and family violence prevention organisations will benefit from about $61,000 raised through the auction of almost 400 memorabilia items.

Quick recovery actions underway to get City back from second flood

18 May 2022

Flood damage assessment and quick recovery actions are underway after the city’s second flood in less than three months.

Bring the family and the dog to celebrate Ipswich's vibrant city heart

17 May 2022

Everyone is invited to participate in celebrations of Ipswich Central’s importance and vitality as the heart of our City – including our canine companions.

Calls for second river crossing heard with $2.5m commitment

16 May 2022

A second river crossing in Ipswich Central desperately needed to unlock bottlenecks and improve road safety, is now one step closer after the Liberal National Party (LNP) committed $2.5m towards an alternate cross-river route.

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.