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.

Free kerbside collection commencing in Churchill, Leichhardt and North Ipswich

03 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 14 February 2022 for one week in Churchill, Leichhardt and North Ipswich.

Financial boost available for local businesses

01 February 2022

Small businesses in Ipswich can now apply for grants of up to $1,500 to help with growth and development, thanks to a new $150,000 program launched this week by Ipswich City Council.

Keep our children safe as they return to school

01 February 2022

School zones are back in action with 40km/h speed limits and parking restrictions in place around Ipswich school areas.

Ipswich’s Ash Barty ends 44-year Australian Open drought

29 January 2022

Homegrown hero Ash Barty claimed her third major international title on Saturday night after defeating America’s Danielle Collins.

Landfill application called-in by State Government

28 January 2022

Despite council rejecting an application for a new landfill at Ebenezer, the State Government has announced it will call-in the Wanless proposal.

Much needed transport infrastructure unlocked by council

28 January 2022

Plans to upgrade a section of Ripley Road will soon be underway after Ipswich City Council repealed a previous resolution, allowing council to consider funding and delivery of infrastructure within the Ripley Valley Priority Development Area (PDA).

‘Barty Party’ taking over Ipswich venues for historic Australian Open final

28 January 2022

Ipswich’s cafes, restaurants, bars and eateries are preparing for a city-wide Barty Party as the World Number One aims to win her first home Grand Slam in the Australian Open Women’s Singles 2022 final.