Updates

Updates

COVID-19 update with record testing overnight

05 Aug 2021

A total of 52,351 COVID tests were taken yesterday, another record for Queensland. There are currently 112 active cases of COVID-19 in the state with...

Ipswich residents urged to get COVID tested

04 Aug 2021

Ipswich residents have been urged to visit COVID testing centres as more cases emerge in South East Queensland. There were 19 new cases overnight, 16...

Council raises concerns with Inland Rail project

04 Aug 2021

Ipswich City Council has responded to the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the 47-kilometre Helidon to Calvert section of the $5 billion Inland Rail Project,...

Pilot program aims to kickstart small business investment

28 Jul 2021

Local small businesses have a chance to become preferred suppliers to Ipswich City Council, following the launch of a pilot program to make it easier...

Google Ipswich Trekker 2.0 a huge success for local business

21 Jul 2021

More than half a million views have now been recorded to key Ipswich locations, venues and businesses who partnered with Ipswich City Council on the...

Once upon a time in Ipswich

21 Jul 2021

Local filmmaker shows off Ipswich in council and community funded movie Falling in Slow Motion. No stranger to adversity, Sarah Dinsey has had to overcome...

COVID-19 update: Springfield Central location added to exposure site list

03 Aug 2021

A new local exposure site was recorded at Mater Private Hospital at Springfield Central overnight, as authorities urge residents in eleven Local Government Areas to...

Watch the Games live and catch up with Olympians in Tulmur Place

26 Jul 2021

The world’s biggest sporting event is beaming into Ipswich’s newest entertainment precinct, Tulmur Place, with residents able to catch Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games glory...

New playground added to Redbank Plains Reserve

23 Jul 2021

A $2 million extension to the children’s play area at Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve is complete, with new equipment tailored to Ipswich’s youngest residents. The...

Be counted to improve community services and infrastructure

2021-08-04 10:50:56

Ipswich residents are being encouraged to be counted in this year’s Census on Tuesday 10 August to help improve community services and infrastructure for the future.

Council committee meetings to go virtual

2021-08-04 07:46:42

Ipswich City Council will strictly adhere to current COVID restrictions by moving its upcoming committee meetings to a virtual format.

Council raises concerns with Inland Rail project

2021-08-03 07:31:15

Ipswich City Council has responded to the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the 47-kilometre Helidon to Calvert section of the $5 billion Inland Rail Project, highlighting the impacts on traffic and road safety of new level crossings, and risks regarding emergency management, noise and native flora and fauna among other issues in its submission to the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC).