Next stage of $250 million Ipswich CBD revealed

06 April 2022

The construction fences will come down in coming weeks to reveal the latest dining, retail and entertainment destination in council’s $250 million Nicholas Street Precinct in the Ipswich CBD.

Council backs state probe into odour

05 April 2022

Odour concerns are now being investigated by the Department of Environment and Science (DES) after a sharp rise in complaints to the environmental regulator’s Odour Abatement Taskforce.

Fair go needed for flood impacted land valuations

04 April 2022

New land valuations for property owners released Thursday, 31 March, show Ipswich properties have increased by 23 per cent overall since the last valuation was issued in 2019.

$20 million stadium commitment to make North Ipswich NRL-ready

02 April 2022

Ipswich missing out on televised NRL and A League games could be a thing of the past as Federal Labor commits $20 million towards the North Ipswich Sport and Entertainment Precinct.

Hot Wheels stunts, turbochargers and heaps more at Ipswich’s Planes, Trains and Autos

01 April 2022

Petrolheads, motorsport fans and car lovers will be spoilt for choice with classic, muscle and drag cars, electric and luxury vehicles, remarkable motorbikes, defence and emergency services vehicles all on display at The Workshops Rail Museum for Planes, Trains and Autos on Saturday 30 April 2022.

Bluey and Bingo are coming to Ipswich

01 April 2022

Wackadoo! Everyone’s favourite Blue Heeler, Bluey, and her little sister, Bingo, will visit Ipswich’s Tulmur Place on Friday 8 April 2022 for a special school holiday Live Interactive Experience.

Mixed results for Ipswich in 2022-23 Federal Budget

01 April 2022

The 2022-23 Federal Budget delivered a mixed bag for Ipswich as council welcomed the Commonwealth’s commitment to the Ipswich to Springfield Central (I2S) Options Analysis, but missed out on key commitments to support the city’s significant population growth.

Annual tree planting celebrates Ipswich mums and Mother Nature

01 April 2022

Hundreds of Ipswich families will celebrate and honour their mums and important women in their lives by planting more than 1,800 native plants as part of the annual Trees for Mum on Mother’s Day - 8 May 2022.

Ipswich Civic Centre temporarily closes for repairs

31 March 2022

The ongoing impacts of damage caused by recent severe weather has forced the postponement of twelve additional shows as the Ipswich Civic Centre extends its current closure until 26 April 2022 to continue restorative work.

Community submits thousands of new names for former bridge and drive

29 March 2022

After thousands of suggestions were put forward from the community, six key themes have emerged for the new names of the former Pisasale Drive and Paul Pisasale Bridge.