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  1. Brian Randolph Park named after Box Flat miner

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    28 Jul 2022: Growth, Infrastructure and Waste Deputy Chairperson Councillor Paul Tully said events being held to mark the 50th anniversary include a mining display at Cooneana Heritage Centre and special ceremony at the

  2. Bremer Catchment

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    2 Nov 2021: Local schools, The Heritage City Community Church and Ipswich City Council are among many who are working towards improving the catchment.

  3. Council committed to supporting Ipswich’s creative and cultural communities

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    30 Jun 2022: We will continue to proudly celebrate our city’s arts, culture and heritage through popular festivals such as the upcoming SPARK Ipswich, Christmas in Ipswich and Galvanized, which celebrates Ipswich’s ... heritage buildings,” Cr Fechner said.

  4. 30 May 2017

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    9 Aug 2022: Planning, Development and Heritage Committee's Report. Economic Development, Tourism and Digital City Committee's Report.

  5. Century-old handmade brick drain uncovered

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    23 Dec 2021: 23 December 2021. A rare glimpse of Ipswich’s history and heritage has been uncovered by crews working on part of Council’s ongoing cycle network extension across the city. ... While we may be the state’s fastest growing city, we are also a city

  6. Ipswich revving up for Festival of Horsepower

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    24 May 2022: Ipswich Cup – Saturday 18 June. Ipswich’s social event of the year, rich in history, heritage and horses at the Ipswich Turf Club.

  7. Ipswich stars in another blockbuster

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    24 Mar 2021: Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding said that the city’s diverse landscapes, natural spaces and heritage sites are increasingly recognized by domestic and international film producers. ... the heritage venue.

  8. Giant light-based art installations take over CBD for SPARK Ipswich

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    27 Jun 2022: flair. “The face and towering spires of St Mary’s Church will be reimagined to become the heritage-listed sandstone canvas for ‘deLight’ projections, profiling unique works by local and Indigenous ... Ipswich Art GalleryAn exhibition of an

  9. Ipswich City Council Annual Plan 2022–2023 IPSWICH CITY COUNCIL ... (PDF, 7346k)

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    28 Jun 2022: Ipswich City Council Annual Plan 2022–2023. IPSWICH CITY COUNCIL ANNUAL PLAN. Adopted 30 June 2022. 2022–2023. Ipswich City Council respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners as custodians of the land and waters we share. We pay our

  10. Ipswich City Council joins with First Nations artists for cultural recognition

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    7 Jul 2021: 07 July 2021. Ipswich City Council has joined with four local First Nations artists to project artworks onto one of the city’s most iconic heritage buildings, St Mary’s Church, ... heritage. The deLight event featuring First Nations Art is a key

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