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Closure of art gallery for exhibition installation

16 October 2018

The Ipswich Art Gallery will be closed to the public from 19-30 November to enable the installation of a major exhibition, Playing with Light.

Council provides clarity on future public monuments and memorials

16 October 2018

Ipswich City Council will adopt new policy for erecting public monuments and memorials across the city.

Ipswich presents innovative solutions at waste resources convention

11 October 2018

The City of Ipswich has unveiled revolutionary recycling plans at the opening of the inaugural Future Waste Resources 2018 convention today.

Council begins search for state secrets hidden in buried Ipswich crypt

10 October 2018

Digging has started at Ipswich General Cemetery as part of remediation work on an underground crypt containing the coffin of a member of Queensland’s first Parliament in 1860.

Ipswich City Council commits to tackle climate change

10 October 2018

Ipswich City Council has joined forces with other councils across Australia to slash greenhouse gas pollution and tackle worsening climate change, as the latest council to join the Cities Power Partnership.

Low take-up of invasive weed herbicide funding

10 October 2018

Ipswich City Council will cease a herbicide subsidy for the management of fireweed.

Finding your way around Ipswich made easier for pedestrians and cyclists

10 October 2018

Ipswich City Council has delivered a signature project of its iGO Active Transport Action Plan (ATAP) aimed at making it easier for pedestrians and cyclists to find their way around the city.

15 clubs benefit from revamped funding program

09 October 2018

Grants have been issued to 15 sporting clubs under a revised program which aims to support more clubs across a variety of needs.

River Road, Bundamba – response to community expressions

09 October 2018

Ipswich City Council will wait until development has progressed and functional roads can be built before opening up River Road, Bundamba.

Brassall, West Ipswich and One Mile road projects set to begin

09 October 2018

Brassall, West Ipswich and One Mile will be under the construction spotlight when work begins on the $3.5 million rehabilitation of Hunter Street Brassall, $9.5 million Old Toowoomba Road upgrade to four lanes, the addition of an extra inbound lane to Brisbane Street West Ipswich at a cost of $4.1