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ARTC announces public information sessions for Inland Rail project

29 November 2018

Ipswich residents will get a further chance to hear about the Australian Government’s $10 billion inland rail line that will transport freight between Melbourne and Brisbane at a series of community information evenings.

Council measuring social impact of new community infrastructure

29 November 2018

Redbank Plains is one of the fastest growing suburbs in one of Australia’s fastest growing cities.

Councillor Code of Conduct will ensure responsibility, respect and reputation

28 November 2018

Councillors elected to Ipswich City Council in March 2020 will have to abide by a tough new Code of Conduct.

All submissions welcomed and considered on Lantrak’s new proposed landfill

27 November 2018

Ipswich City Council will consider all submissions being made on Lantrak’s proposed new landfill at Amberley-Jeebropilly.

Prototype library pod for redeveloped Karalee shopping village

27 November 2018

Ipswich City Council will install a library pod – a 600-book retail kiosk – at Karalee Shopping Village.

Strategic targets for defence in the City of Ipswich

26 November 2018

Ipswich aims to be the preferred location for Defence and the defence industry in Australia, a region-wide model with an exceptional reputation for defence capability, innovation and success.

All submissions welcomed and considered on Cleanaway expansion

23 November 2018

Ipswich City Council will consider all submissions being made on Cleanaway’s proposed landfill expansion at New Chum.

First footprints in Rosewood dinosaur display

22 November 2018

Ipswich City Council has commenced works on the Rosewood Dinosaur Project in Johnston Park.

Major works set to begin at Silkstone

22 November 2018

Ipswich City Council is about to begin major works to upgrade the intersection of Blackstone Road and South Station Road, Silkstone.

Ipswich advances manufacturing and defence skills expertise

21 November 2018

The State Government is providing an initial $350,000 to Ipswich City Council to help upskill workers for hundreds of jobs expected in the booming local defence industry.