Ipswich City Council provides a variety of news feeds that comply with RSS standards.

Available Feeds

  • Highlights - Featured items on the Ipswich Online front page
  • Media Releases - Stay informed with our latest media releases
  • Job Vacancies - Find out about council jobs that may interest you

What are RSS feeds?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a popular standard for receiving syndicated articles and information from the web without navigating through a number of websites. If you are interested in a particular topic you can simply subscribe to the "feed" and have the information downloaded to your news reader.

How do I subscribe to an RSS feed?

To subscribe to an RSS feed you will need to first choose which method of RSS aggregation suits you best. If you have a modern web browser that supports RSS then this is the easiest option. Alternatively you can use a web based RSS reader or download a standalone application. Once you have chosen your method you can start subscribing to feeds to receive the content that interests you.

Using a web based subscription

If your browser doesn't support RSS, or you prefer to subscribe using a third party web based RSS provider you can find more information on the following sites:

Using a modern web browser

The easiest way to subscribe to an RSS feed is through your web browser. RSS is currently supported by the most recent browsers including

When you find a web page that has syndicated content you should find an orange RSS logo located near the top of the window. Clicking on this logo will usually provide more details on how to subscribe to the feed.