The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Articles from May 24, 2013

Ads a Waste of Money
DEAR Ms Gillard, will you and your government please stop wasting our money on ads for education plan? I know we need it but thereas no money left in kitty for it and childcare ads. You cut the single mums off their payment and put them on dole and...
Ducks Replaced with Bulls and Horses at Taipans,CO Field
CRICKET season may be over but it does not explain the sight of bulls, horses and clowns on Bruce Raleigh Oval this evening. The Eastern TaipansCO annual Hall and Bostock Wildside Rodeo does, however. For one night a year, the cricket ground,...
HARDIE PLANT TO GET $89M EXPANSION Hardie Boss Optimistic; Investment Decision a Show of Confidence in Ipswicha[euro][TM]s Future
Byline: Peter Foley BUILDING product giant James Hardie has announced an $89 million expansion in a big boost to jobs and the economy in Ipswich. The company announced yesterday it would make the significant investment to increase manufacturing...
Ipswich Combination Prepares for AIC Acid Test
ST EDMUNDCOS CollegeCOs 1st XV rugby team faces arguably the biggest match in its history tomorrow. A win over undefeated Associated Independent Colleges leaders Iona College could deliver the school the coveted AIC title. The AIC competition...
Merci, Dany, for Your Tireless Devotion to Art; Talented French-Born Artist Dany Weus Receives a Prestigious Bronze Medal
Byline: Kiri ten Dolle kiri.tendolle@qt.com.au BOONAH painter Dany Weus has been handpicked for a gong presented to only the worldas most talented minds. The French-born artist was last week awarded a prestigious Bronze Medal from the French...
MP Wants Kids Who Are Not Vaccinated Excluded
Byline: Kieran Banks and Rae Wilson qt@qt.com.au CHILD-CARE centres may soon have the ability to refuse the enrolments of unimmunised children, but workers in the industry said it would be hard to police. Bundamba MP Jo-Ann Miller introduced...
New Theatre Complex Finally Gets under Way; Agreement Reached So Riverlink Cinemas Should Be Completed by November
Byline: Geoff Egan geoff.egan@qt.com.au AFTER lengthy delays construction has begun on the long-awaited Riverlink Cinemas. Work is expected to be complete by early November, with the complex set to house eight theatres. They will include two...
Police Step Up Patrols after Vehicles Targeted; Vandals Inflict Heavy Damage on Hospital workersa[euro][TM] Cars Parked at Denmark Hill
Byline: Andrew Korner andrew.korner@qt.com.au HOSPITAL workers have been the target of repeated vandalism and theft on vehicles parked at Denmark Hill. Ipswich police station officer in charge Senior Sergeant Laurie Shevlin said patrols of the...
Positive Swab Opens Door for New Winner
DOGWATCH with Paul Dolan THERE has been a sensational aftermath to this yearCOs Vince Curry Memorial Maiden Series, run at Ipswich three months ago. The winner of the final, Far West Leader, returned a positive swab to a prohibited substance...
Rosewood Hotel Will Star in 500 Miles Film; Movie Makers Call for Extras to Appear in Bar Scene for Feel-Good Moment in Film
Byline: Joel Gould joel.gould@qt.com.au ALL roads will lead to Rosewood Hotel next month when Australian movie 500 Miles shoots a key scene in the bar of the iconic pub. The privately financed film is a realistic love story that contains a scene...
Springfield Faces ,Cysternest test,CO; Hawks Fly Away from Fortress in Bid to Secure Second Position
Byline: Jay Buchan jaybuchan@qt.com.au SPRINGFIELDCOS surge up the Barber Cup ladder could face its sternest test tomorrow. ThatCOs partly because they play second-placed Redlands and partly because it is away from their Springfield Lakes C[pounds...
Vomit Caps off Week of High Drama
IF YOUaD been in the car park at the Mater on Tuesday, you would have seen me. I was the heavily pregnant woman lying on the ground crying, looking under cars for a lost parking ticket. Remember when I lost my keys? Mild, in comparison. Letas...
Youth Incentive
Byline: Jay Buchan jaybuchan@qt.com.au AS SHE ponders retirement, former Queensland captain and Australian representative Mel Bulow canCOt help feeling a little envious of the next generation of first-class womenCOs cricketers. The reason is...