The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Articles from December 7, 2016

$150M to Bring CBD Back; Work on City Heart's Radical Transformation Will Begin Next Year
Byline: Joel Gould joel.gould@qt.com.au JOEL GOULD joel.gould@qt.com.au THE Ipswich public was promised world class and now the QT can reveal what world class will look like, and where the key components of the $150 million Ipswich CBD...
Architect Reveals Story Behind Grand Monument; Coalminers Given Permanant Tribute
JOEL GOULD joel.gould@qt.com.au THE ARCHITECT behind the design of the Ipswich Rosewood Coalminers Memorial has revealed the concept behind the magnificent completed memorial. Liam Proberts, of Bureau Proberts Architects, was a happy man...
Fraud Hits Close to Home; Father Restrained as Daughter Sent to Jail
Byline: Emma Clarke emma.clarke@qt.com.au AN Ipswich court room erupted as a woman was jailed for defrauding her brother. Extra security was called to restrain the father of Janelle Marie Hartfiel, who sobbed in the docks before being led away...
Funky, Flavoursome Vegan Food; Cookbook Authors on a Mission to Change People's Minds with Creative, Innovative, Plant-Based Cuisine
Byline: Jen Gourley jen.gourley@apn.com.au VEGAN food - if you're like me, you probably assume it's bland, boring and not worth bothering with. However two women have written a cookbook set to shake up preconceived ideas about plant-based cuisine....
Green Cause Assists Big Mine Companies
THE Labor/Green coalition in Australia has declared war on coal, oil and gas. So why is big mining not fighting back? BHP Billiton is a big producer of coal, oil, gas, iron ore, copper, nickel and uranium. Rio Tinto is a big producer of uranium,...
Legal Weapons Cut Both Ways
LAST week I wrote about the relatively peaceful and productive world of property. This week I will look at the decidedly unpeaceful and often destructive world of legal disputes. Be aware the legal armoury is a many- weaponed place. And in selecting...
Life Devoted to Our Veterans; Vale: Phil Gilbert OAM 1936-2016
Byline: Gary Worrall Gary.Worrall@qt.com.au IPSWICH gathered to mourn the passing of a community legend yesterday, at the funeral of RSL stalwart Phil Gilbert OAM. Michael Blaine, secretary of the Ipswich RSL sub-branch, described Mr Gilbert...
Loss Still Burns the Heat; Defeat in 50-Over Final Set to Drive Brisbane's Big Bash Campaign
Byline: PHIL DILLON ARM SPORTS BUREAU CRICKET: Beth Mooney is hoping the Brisbane Heat can channel the Queensland spirit as the team bids for success in the second staging of the Women's Big Bash League. The Heat, which begins its campaign with...
McCullum to Play T20 for Ipswich Logan Hornets
JOEL GOULD joel.gould@qt.com.au FORMER New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum will line up for the Ipswich Logan Hornets on Sunday in a stunning coup for local cricket. McCullum, recognised as one of the best T20 batsmen ever seen on a cricket...
The Life of a Cinematic Genius
HIS life, his art, and the making of his cinematic empire. GEORGE LUCAS by Brian Jay Jones is the first comprehensive telling of the story of the iconic filmmaker and the building of his film empire, as well as of his enormous impact on cinema....
Two-Ticket Limit 'Distress'
Byline: Helen Spelitis Helen.Spelitis@qt.com.au PARENTS at Goodna State School are fuming and confused. Instead of being excited about their children finishing primary school they're devastated after being told there would be only two tickets...
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