Repairs begin on more than 200 sealed roads across Ipswich

24 October 2023

An extensive program to repair more than 200 sealed roads is now underway, providing a more permanent solution after damaged roads were temporarily repaired following the 2022 floods to ensure the community could continue to safely move around Ipswich.

Goodna Jacaranda Festival is back this weekend

23 October 2023

The historic jacarandas are in bloom and excitement is in the spring air!

Strong support from councils for Ipswich’s position on homelessness, health and transport

20 October 2023

Ipswich City Council received strong support from Queensland councils as its six key motions with a focus on homelessness, health, planning and transport infrastructure were passed at this week’s 2023 Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) Annual Conference in Gladstone.

It’s a Spook-Tacular time to be in the Nicholas Street Precinct this Hallow’s Eve

20 October 2023

Lock your doors and clear the roads! There are witches and goblins with hairy toads heading to the Nicholas Street Precinct in Ipswich Central for two Spook-Tacular nights of free music and entertainment.

Parking feedback sought from Ipswich community

18 October 2023

Put your indicators on and tell us what you think; council’s new draft parking strategy is now open for community feedback.

From screen to spotlight: winners from the 2023 Ipswich Film Festival For Youth

17 October 2023

Budding Greta Gerwigs and Steven Spielbergs were recognised on the weekend at the 2023 Ipswich Film Festival for Youth (IFFY) screening and awards event.

Ipswich young leaders celebrate their impact at Youth Sustainability Summit

16 October 2023

“We might not be able to solve all the big problems, but we can make a difference.”

Counting down to Ipswich Sustainable Living Festival

16 October 2023

Ipswich’s inaugural Sustainable Living Festival is just days away.

Council investigates locations for Islamic cemetery

16 October 2023

Ipswich’s Islamic community may soon have a location for Islamic faith burials, as council investigates potential sites at existing cemeteries.

Limited data, lack of transport and short timeframes key concerns for Shaping SEQ Update

16 October 2023

Limited or missing data, compressed engagement timeframes and a significant shortfall in proposed infrastructure are the leading concerns outlined in an Ipswich City Council submission to the Queensland Government’s draft Shaping SEQ 2023 Regional Plan Update.