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Council sought extensive and independent advice on bacteria

09 November 2018

Ipswich City Council says the risk to the public and council staff from Legionella bacteria is extremely low and Queensland Government health and safety experts are satisfied with council’s response and actions.

Population surge sees Ipswich growth rate above 5 per cent

08 November 2018

The population of Ipswich has cracked the 215,000 mark.

Council investigates naming rights for Springfield Lagoon

07 November 2018

Ipswich City Council will begin an Expression of Interest (EOI) campaign for naming rights to the highly popular lagoon at Robelle Domain parklands, Springfield Central.

Council drafts new and improved record-keeping policy for better transparency

05 November 2018

Ipswich City Council has adopted a new record keeping policy that will provide reliable, complete and authentic evidence of business activities and decisions.

Council wants to know what you think

01 November 2018

Ipswich City Council wants to know what you think about it.

Council sympathises with Brassall Carols organisers after event postponement

01 November 2018

Ipswich City Council joins with the organisers of the Brassall Christmas in the Park 2018 to express its disappointment that the event will not proceed this year.

Special support for a signature Queens Park fig tree

31 October 2018

A proactive measure by Ipswich City Council will help the longevity of one of Queens Park’s signature heritage fig trees.

Queensland Government joins forces with Council on Ipswich Defence summit

24 October 2018

Ipswich City Council’s defence manufacturing, integrated logistics and sustainment one-day summit has received a significant boost with the announcement that the Queensland Government will partner the event.

Public information sessions for Inland Rail project

23 October 2018

Ipswich residents will get the 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.

First clues found in search of underground Ipswich crypt

19 October 2018

University of Southern Queensland archaeologists working at Ipswich General Cemetery have found an underground crypt and bones thought to belong to a member of Queensland’s first Parliament in 1860.