The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Articles from June 29, 2012

Alister's A[euro][approximately]lesson' Saved Vet's Life; Memory of Lost Friend Triggered Awareness to Play It Safe
Byline: Dominic Geiger, APN THE memory of a lost friend has saved the life of Mackay vet David Lemmon. aWhen you lose your friend to the same terrible disease... I know if I didn't take precautions I could have had the same level of exposure.a...
Budget Plans to Build for Future of Ipswich; Council Aims to Prepare the City's Infrastructure for Growth
Byline: PETER FOLEY peter.foley@qt.com.au WHAT YOU'LL PAY Average residential general rate: $1075.84. Weekly garbage service: $297 (up $25). A $5 increase on the cost of green bins, $25 increase on weekly wheelie bin collection and $1 increase...
Company Won't Cancel Lockout; Meatworkers' Union Softens Stance But
Byline: REBECCA LYNCH Rebecca.Lynch@qt.com.au A LOCKOUT of workers at Ipswich's JBS Australia meatworks is scheduled to go ahead today despite an apparent softening in the stance of union leaders. Members of the Australian Meat Industry Employees...
Facebook Fans Back Return of Monument; Photographer Wants It Backat Historical City Centre Site
Byline: REBECCA LYNCH Rebecca.Lynch@qt.com.au SINCE 1879, Ipswich's Blackall monument has proved a talking point among Ipswich people. Built in memory of Governor Blackall in what is now d'Arcy Doyle Place, the fountain served as a meeting place...
Get New Ideas at Home Show
IPSWICH Home Show this weekend is a great place to save money, pick up creative ideas, focus on the family's health and have a bit of fun. Co-ordinator Faye Flor said retailers would offer real discounts on furniture, electrical goods, computers,...
Goodna Rats Are Back and Bigger Than Ever; Council Says Disease-Ridden Rodents Are Tough to Eradicate
Byline: Joel Gould joel.gould@qt.com.au GIANT rats C[pounds sterling]the size of bandicootsC[yen] are back in Goodna. After the floods last year a plague of rats engulfed the suburb with the Brisbane City Council sending in fox terriers to eradicate...
Grammar Ace Eyeing US Stint; Simmons Keeps Servingtough Holiday Practice
Byline: DAVID LEMS EVEN on school holidays, Ryan Simmons finds it pretty hard to put down his tennis racquet and relax. However, he knows extra practice is what it will take to achieve his goal. Hoping to secure a scholarship or junior college...
Kay Pays Tribute to Boer War Grandad; Late Saluteto Aussies inAfrican Fight
SUNDAY MARCH Reserve Forces Day will recognise Reservists in the three services and those who are currently serving overseas. A static parade in South St will start at 9.30am, then step off at 10am into Nicholas St and the RSL Park for a recognition...
Lightning Strike Could Spark Spirit into Top Gear
HAVING worked with Stewart Drinkeld for more than a decade, Western Spirit assistant coach Jamie Morgan is excited about the club's future. Morgan, 28, shares the frustration of his Division 1 players who are working hard but find their team in...
MAGPIE ZEROS IN ON IPSWICH; Former Jet Plans Winning Ambush
Byline: JAY BUCHAN MAT Cameron knows Ipswich well. Cameron has won several Ipswich Rugby League titles with Brothers, played for the Ipswich Diggers and Queensland Cup for the Ipswich Jets. But on Sunday, he'll be hoping to plot the Jets'...
Newton Spearheads Ipswich Charge at State Event
LAIDLEY-based Natalie Newton led a stirring effort from the region's squash players at the Queensland Junior Championships at the Gold Coast this week. Newton had one of the best wins of her career as she reached Wednesday's final of the girls 19-years...
Pollies' Treatment of Refugees Is Appalling; You Can SMS Your Opinions to Us on 0407 088 442. Please Remember to Include Your Name and Suburb
SWAN, Emmerson, Ripoll, Neumann, Bowen and Gillard a hang your heads in shame re: asylum policy. I was almost crying watching parliament on Wednesday. How could you do that? I hope nobody is harmed where you're sending those people especially children...
Puppy Auction Big Winner; New Sponsor Banks on National Exposure of Series
IPSWICH greyhound racing has a new sponsor. The Rosewood and District Community Bendigo Bank has signed as sponsor of the Magical Puppy Auction and associated race series. Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club manager Merv Page said the club is utilising...
Relax with Reductions
IT WON'T just be Furniture Court Ipswich's range at the Home Show which will see huge discounts. While there are massive discounts to be had on their range of beds, furniture, recliners and couches at the show, Furniture Court's South St store will...
Ripley Valley Revealed; First Residents Expected to Be in Homes by End of Next Year
Byline: Joel Gould joel.gould@qt.com.au THE first residents in the Ripley Valley development could be living in their homes by the end of next year. The first stage of the development by Japanese home builder Sekisui House will comprise 64 lots...
Time for Maroons' Big Three to Rise
LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN TONY DURKIN NOT that they need to prove anything, but if the Maroons can pull a seventh successive Origin series out of the bag on Wednesday they will confirm their status as one of the greatest teams of all time. So...
Woman Goes Free after Sixth Attack on Police; ,CyIncredibly Remorseful' for Kicking Female Officer's Stomach
Byline: Kate.Lemmon kate.lemmon@qt.com.au AN IPSWICH woman convicted of her sixth attack on police officers has walked free from court. Nathania Masso, 27, was in the Ipswich CBD on February 4 when police tried to arrest her 16-year-old friend...
Wynnum Acid Test for Improving Gladiators
Byline: JAY BUCHAN AFTER five wins on the trot, Goodna faces a true test of its Barber Cup title credentials tomorrow. The Gladiators take on ladder leaders Wynnum at Wynnum. Wynnum has only lost once this season but Goodna has the confidence...
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