Christmas-New Year break for Hunter Street rehabilitation, Brassall

19 December 2018

Rehabilitation works on Hunter St, Brassall, will halt from 22 December to 6 January, 2019 to minimise impact to local businesses and residents during the festive season.

And the winner is … naming competition for baby bilby

19 December 2018

The baby bilby who emerged recently from his mother’s pouch at the Ipswich Nature Centre has been named. Meet Mudlo.

Ipswich City Health Precinct to start evolving in 2019

14 December 2018

Ipswich City Council and West Moreton Health have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will eventually see hundreds of additional healthcare staff working in Ipswich Central.

Transformers: Council’s mission to be a leading local government

12 December 2018

Ipswich City Council has embarked on a business transformation program to address the priority issues and implement positive ethical change before the next local government elections in March 2020.

Lift-off for four NASA-bound Ipswich school girls

11 December 2018

That’s one small step for women, one giant leap for womankind.

Christmas comes early for Ipswich Nature Centre

11 December 2018

Just in time for the school holidays, a baby bilby has emerged from its mother’s pouch at the Bilby Burrow at Ipswich Nature Centre.

Council eagerly anticipating report looking at future transport challenges

07 December 2018

The Council of Mayors’ (SEQ) regional People Mass Movement Study, to be released in January 2019, will highlight significant benefits for Ipswich residents in terms of future transport goals.

Council thanks BCC for long-term cinema commitment to city

07 December 2018

Ipswich City Council has confirmed Birch Carroll & Coyle’s decision to close the Ipswich City Square cinemas in mid-2019 and thanked the company for its long business commitment and support to the city.

Living museum plans for Cooneana Heritage Centre at New Chum

06 December 2018

Ipswich City Council and the Ipswich Historical Society will work closely together to turn the Cooneana Heritage Centre at New Chum into a “living museum”.

Council and Queens Park Café operators working on new five-year plan

06 December 2018

Ipswich City Council and the current operators of the Queens Park Café are working towards a new five-year lease arrangement.