A town the size of Beaudesert moves into Ipswich

11 September 2021

Annual growth figures show that a town the size of Beaudesert is moving to Ipswich every year, with 2020-2021 financial year data showing 6,070 residents moved to the city, taking total population above 234,614.

$2 million commitment brings I2S one stop closer

11 September 2021

Ipswich’s major project-of-the-future – the Ipswich to Springfield Central Public Transport Corridor (I2S) – received a significant boost today after Federal Australian Labor Party (ALP) committed $2 million in funding toward an Options Analysis if elected.

State to assess ongoing damage at hailstorm-affected properties

11 September 2021

Almost a year on from the 2020 Halloween Hailstorm, the Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) will undertake another audit of 828 Ipswich properties previously identified as damaged and with repairs still outstanding.

Showcasing Ipswich to the Asia Pacific region

10 September 2021

Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding joined civic and business leaders from across the Asia Pacific for a summit on how to capitalise on current challenges and opportunities for the region.

Goal kicked for local sports club with new nets

10 September 2021

Golden boots and long-range kickers have plenty to celebrate at the Rosewood Roosters Rugby League Club, after council installed $52,000 in new nets at the Anzac Park playing fields.

Ipswich Paralympians do us proud in Tokyo

08 September 2021

Ipswich is celebrating local athletes Susan Seipel and Taymon Kenton-Smith after a sterling effort at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.

Ripley sports club scores new fence and netting

08 September 2021

Players and visitors to Ironbark Park, home of the Ripley Valley Football Club, will spend less time hunting down lost balls in the creek following the installation of field fencing and back nets to keep more balls in play and away from the creek and road.

The future is calling for Ipswich

03 September 2021

One thousand residents will have their say on Council’s performance, access to facilities, and transport infrastructure as the organisation conducts a phone survey to track Ipswich’s progress towards its 20-year community vision.

Garage Sale Trail to boost recycling again in 2021

01 September 2021

Ipswich residents have joined with 400,000 Australians putting second-hand items first, as council partners with the Garage Sale Trail to offer events both in-person and online in 2021.

Ipswich SES Depot upgrade complete

01 September 2021

An $811,000 upgrade to support State Emergency Service volunteers has been completed, with the works supporting increased volunteer capacity, and improved amenity during responses to natural disasters in the region.