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Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says a plan to take pressure of GPs and speed up the rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations is being considered.
The Palaszczuk Government is under pressure to find a local solution to a worldwide shortage of a crucial piece of medical equipment.
A massive sport and entertainment precinct proposed by Toowoomba billionaires is on ice after the Morrison Government declined to provide $40m in funding.
Talented Ipswich duo shares challenges and benefits of national titles experience. See how Hayden and Natalie bolstered their skill levels.
Here is a list of matters listed at Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday.
An elderly woman was left terrified when her angry son allegedly stood over her and grabbed her by her hair with a knife in hand
Scott Morrison has urged Australians to get the COVID jab as doctors say thousands of doses are sitting idle around the country.
After a life spent hauling coal in the mines up north and a close call with the New South Wales bushfires, the little locomotive that could has found its new home in Ipswich
The Queen has farewelled Prince Philip during an emotional funeral as Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate showed encouraging signs of familial harmony.
Queenslanders with a BMI of 35 or over and classified as “severely obese” are now eligible for priority COVID-19 vaccinations.
The allegedly stolen ute was tracked by Polair as it drove dangerously through residential streets before crashing into two police cars. An Ipswich man has been charged with several offences, including possessing dangerous drugs
Identifying former servicemen who were buried in Ipswich without any recognition of their service has been Matt Rennie’s mission for the past 15 years
Positive signs for Bluebirds and “good for Ipswich’’ to have footy back in 2021. See why Swifts are flying high.
Former premiership-winning goalkeeper rejects retirement to help Ipswich club’s young guns improve this season. The new move is also good for his knees.
The mini bus was introduced in January last year to service one of Ipswich’s highest growth areas
Police and the government have taken the ‘extraordinary step’ of warning 220,000 riders about safety concerns after a horrific year on the state’s roads.
Ipswich medical team in for busy week after series of concerns from latest Intrust Super Cup loss. Check out the toll and coach’s tribute to retiring player.