Deputy Mayor nominated for key business group

13 December 2021

Councillor Nicole Jonic, Deputy Mayor and Chair of Ipswich City Council’s Economic and Industry Development Committee, has been nominated to represent Council as a committee member with Regional Development Australia (RDA) Ipswich and West Moreton.

Applications open for 2022 Anzac Day funding

13 December 2021

Funding is available to support the development and delivery of 2022 Anzac Day Commemorations with Ipswich City Council encouraging community organisations to now apply.

Heart of Ipswich CBD transformed into spectacular St Nicholas Precinct

10 December 2021

A spectacular immersive light display and larger-than-life installations have transformed the urban heart of Ipswich into the ‘St Nicholas Precinct’ as the centrepiece of the city’s Christmas celebrations, running nightly from 10 to 19 December.

New TLPI brings mixed results for Ipswich

10 December 2021

A new Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI) released today by the Queensland Government has introduced tough new provisions around the regulation of energy from waste activities in Ipswich.

Give the gift of sign language this festive season

10 December 2021

In celebration of International Day of People with Disability on 3 December, Ipswich City Council is hosting free Auslan sign language community workshops throughout the festive season.

Santa touring the suburbs with Rural Firies for Christmas in Ipswich

09 December 2021

He’s made his list and checked it twice, now Santa and his fleet of festive fire trucks are heading to an Ipswich suburb near you across two festive weekends - 10 to 12 and 17 to 19 December.

Launchpad makes it easier for businesses to blast off

09 December 2021

A new online tool is set to help Ipswich businesses blast off by setting up a one-stop-shop to apply for licenses, permits, and other important regulatory needs to start a new enterprise across the local, state and federal levels of government.

Bid on rare memorabilia in online auction

08 December 2021

Alfie Langer’s boot, Don Bradman’s cricket bat and signed Muhammad Ali boxing gloves, will be among 399 items to go under the hammer tomorrow as the new Ipswich City Council looks to close the door on another chapter of the past.

Camira intersection upgrade complete

07 December 2021

Works have now been completed at the intersection of Old Logan Road and Addison Road, Camira, with the $545,000 intersection upgrade already improving traffic flow and pedestrian, motorist, and cyclist safety.

Native fish species released into Bremer River

06 December 2021

About 2,000 Mary River cod have been released into the Bremer River catchment to increase native fish populations and improve the river’s diversity.