The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Articles from September 18, 2017

Be Active, Have Some Outdoor Fun
IT'S school holiday time and many parents are facing the hurdle of putting limits on screen time. The recommended Australian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for children and young people are all well and good but unplugging...
Bernardi Warns of 'Legal Warfare' If Yes Gets Up
AUSTRALIAN Conservatives Senator Cory Bernardi and prominent Coalition politicians Matt Canavan and Concetta Fierravanti-Wells have launched the No campaign against same-sex marriage. An estimated 1000 people, many with shirts and placards bearing...
Be Tech Savvy at the Cinema; Movie Will Unlock the Secret World of Emojis
HUMAN beings have never been more connected. With the smartphone, we are never out of touch from each other - and constantly in touch with people around the world. And with a simple invention, we are now able to communicate with people who are separated...
Contractor Allegedly Bribed Ipswich Council CEO Accused to Face Court; Contractor Slapped with Fresh Charges amid Corruption Investigation
Byline: Liam Walsh, Charlie Peel A CONTRACTOR at the centre of corruption allegations will appear in court today, accused of offering to bribe an Ipswich City Council chief executive officer . Wayne Innes, 57, who ran earthworks moving business...
Cowboys Not Carried Away with 'Fairytale' Hype
MICHAEL Morgan says the Cowboys are not under the impression they are about to produce a fairytale run to the premiership as they begin to shed their underdog status. North Queensland pulled off its second finals upset on Saturday night, after it...
Fee Fi Fo Fum, Not Good Look at Stadium
IF the GWS Giants win a final and no one's around to see it . . . You know the rest. The Giants turned it on at Spotless Stadium on Saturday night, crushing the West Coast Eagles in their sudden-death semi-final by 68 points. It was unfortunate...
HIGH PERFORMER CADE EMBRACING ELITE ROLE; Qld Call-Up at Ideal Time Forrising Ipswich Goalkeeper
DAVID LEMS david.lems@qt.com.au HAVING trained virtually full-time at elite level all year, Cade Banditt was ready for the next stage of his promising hockey career. The rapidly rising Ipswich goalkeeper has received it. Banditt has...
Hitch a Long Way from Home; Koala Stops Traffic on Major Hwy as Land Clearing Increases Stress Levels
Byline: Emma Clarke emma.clarke@qt.com.au KOALAS trapped in the middle of highways, snakes in suburban backyards and kangaroos dead on the side of the road - they're wildlife where they shouldn't be. Mass clearing for housing and commercial development...
Love Not Relevant in Same Sex Plebiscite
RE: Plebiscite fight has broken me by Sherele Moody, Saturday, September 16, QT. If Sherele's argument for same sex marriage is based on feelings of love, I love my grandmother but I wouldn't marry her. If we just do away with speed limits and everyone...
Matildas Ready to Take on the World: Kerr
FOOTBALL: Star striker Sam Kerr has underlined the Matildas' growing confidence, setting Australia the target of becoming "the powerhouse of women's football". Kerr's second-half header proved to be the winner in Saturday's friendly with Brazil,...
Max's Life-Changing Debut; Ipswich Fan All Smiles Onbiggest Stage
Byline: Helen Spelitis helen.spelitis@qt.com.au IT'S a moment all young Ipswich rugby league players dream about but few get to live. Standing in Suncorp Stadium, minutes before kick-off, thousands of dedicated fans looking on as some of the...
Next Few Months Will Hurt for Eels Veterans
Byline: Nick Walshaw The Daily Telegraph SEMI Radradra exited the NRL exactly as he played it. Evasively. Secreted out a back door of ANZ Stadium on Saturday night - a corridor Eels staffers had deliberately moved waiting media away from -...
Redbacks Merger among Changes for New Season
CRICKET: A new first division merger team is among the sides preparing for the start of the 2017/18 intercity and Ipswich and West Moreton Cricket Association (IWMCA) seasons. IWMCA president Bruce Raleigh was confident the newly-formed South East...
Seniors Deliver a Spray; Cheika Glad Players Take the Initiative
Byline: Iain Payten The Daily Telegraph RUGBY UNION: With the Wallabies trailing Argentina by three points after a dozy first half in Canberra, the scene was set for a trademark Michael Cheika spray. The kind that blisters paint on a dressing...
Springfield Revels in Progress; Growth of Teams in Line with Club Philosophy and Passion for United Players
CALLUM DICK callum.dick@qt.com.au FOOTBALL: The biggest dilemma facing Springfield United president Scott Harding next season will be accommodating the number of players wanting to join the club. The second-year administrator admitted it...
Tully Already Offered His Resignation
Byline: Helen Spelitis helen.spelitis@qt.com.au IPSWICH'S deputy mayor has already handed in his resignation letter, making way for a new leadership duo. Deputy Mayor Paul Tully handed in his letter on September 4, ahead of tomorrow's council...
Who Wants to Go to the Ball?
Byline: Emma Clarke emma.clarke@qt.com.au HUNDREDS of Ipswich Cinderellas and Cinderfellas will soon go to the ball. Tucked away high above the main street of Ipswich is a refuge lined with sparkling ball gowns, glamorous formal dresses and swanky...
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