Shopfront Savvy to arrive in Ipswich for a Queensland first

11 May 2023

Ipswich City Council has partnered with Mainstreet Australia to launch a new Shopfront Savvy event to help businesses improve their understanding of the local market and elevate their business knowledge.

2023-24 Federal Budget: Cost of living relief but no new infrastructure

11 May 2023

The 2023-24 Federal Budget provided cost of living relief for Ipswich residents struggling to make ends meet, but put a hold on any new investment in infrastructure for Queensland’s fastest growing city.

Ipswich Art Awards bigger and better in 2023

10 May 2023

The 2023 Ipswich Art Awards have reached new heights, with a record 427 artists entering 570 artworks – smashing last year’s record of 203 artists and 352 entries.

Great Houses of Ipswich makes a triumphant return this weekend

09 May 2023

Great Houses of Ipswich is set to make a triumphant return as three magnificent privately-owned historic homes will be opened to the community this Saturday.

Bumper visitor numbers for Nicholas Street Precinct across April

09 May 2023

The Nicholas Street Precinct enjoyed record visitation across April, with visitors enjoying free school holiday activities, a record-breaking Tunes in Tulmur and a host of family friendly events.

Special council meeting on Venue development

09 May 2023

Since council’s approval of the contract to refurbish the Venue Building in Ipswich Central in August last year, Hutchinson Builders have made substantial progress.

Historical flood mapping now available for Ipswich residents

09 May 2023

The extent of the February 2022 flood is now available to be viewed on Ipswich City Council’s website in a newly-updated historical flood mapping tool.

Ripley and Redbank Plains continue to lead growth for 2023

04 May 2023

Ripley and Redbank Plains continue to lead housing and population growth in the city, with Ripley adding 88 new homes and 267 new residents while Redbank Plains added 56 homes and 139 people from January to March this year.

Ipswich platypus population on the brink after devastating 2022 floods

04 May 2023

The devastating impact of the 2022 floods on the city’s platypus population has been laid bare in a new monitoring report presented to Ipswich City Council last week.

The Swich Speaks Out – Domestic and Family Violence 2023 Summit

02 May 2023

Ipswich City Council, in collaboration with the Domestic Violence Action Centre and the Ipswich Integrated Service System Working Group, hosts the inaugural The Swich Speaks Out – 2023 Domestic and Family Violence Summit in the city from Wednesday to Friday 3-5 May.