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Suspicious fire, East Ipswich
myPolice (press release) (blog)
Police are investigating after a suspicious fire at house in East Ipswich overnight. Emergency services were called to the address on Tarcoola Street just before 10pm following reports of a fire. Preliminary investigations indicate the house was ...
Police establish crime scene after East Ipswich fireQueensland Times
Suspicious fire rips through East Ipswich houseCourier Mail

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Queensland Times

Ipswich apprentices favoured for Rheinmetall jobs
Queensland Times
About 15 per cent of the workforce - 16,000 people - work in manufacturing industry in Ipswich. Jobs Queensland research projects and policy director Brett Hall said apprentices were vital to meeting demands of the manufacturing industry. "The ...


Queensland Times

UPDATE: Gunman in custody after Ipswich lockdown
Queensland Times
A man, 35, was taken into custody at 10.40am after he had earlier barricaded himself in a house on Endeavour St at Barellan Point. He had allegedly also armed himself with a firearm and was making threats. An exclusion zone that was set up around ...
Man armed with gun surrenders to police, ending Ipswich siegeBrisbane Times
Emergency situation declared at Ipswich after reports of armed manCourier Mail

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Queensland Times

Man dies in police shooting incident inside Ipswich Hospital
Queensland Times
LATEST: FEMALE OFFICER INJURED, MAN DEAD FOLLOWING HOSPITAL SHOOTING. Police were guarding the man inside the Ipswich Hospital when he became violent towards an officer around 9pm on Saturday.
Shooting incident, IpswichmyPolice (press release) (blog)
Man shot dead by police at Ipswich hospitalCourier Mail
Police fatally shoot man under guard at Ipswich HospitalThe New Daily
Queensland Times
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Queensland Times

Ipswich defence industry turns QLD into the 'khaki state'
Queensland Times
WITH the simple turn of six khaki shovels, Ipswich's largest infrastructure investment in recent memory got underway. The first sod has been turned in the two-year construction of Rheinmetall's $170 million Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence site at ...

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Queensland Times

Developers reveal plan for disused Ipswich CBD building
Queensland Times
Developers for YMCA Brisbane's 'social impact arm' Y-Care have applied to Ipswich City Council to turn the old Villa Maria nursing home on Limestone St into a shop, school and community use space. The site was used as a Catholic nursing home for 40 ...


Queensland Times

REVEALED: Ipswich debt ranks among state's worst
Queensland Times
THE debt of Ipswich residents to the State Government is the second-worst in Queensland, with more than $26m racked up through fines. Defaulters living in Ipswich have racked up the second largest State Penalties Enforcement Registry debt recorded in ...


Queensland Times

City's manufacturing boom may save 'dwindling' apprentices
Queensland Times
ATTRACTING new apprentices and skilled employees to the workforce is vital if the booming manufacturing industry in Ipswich is to sustain itself, new research shows. Jobs Queensland and Ipswich City Council worked with more than 20 industry ...


Queensland Times

New build has Ipswich at centre of 'Australia's khaki state'
Queensland Times
Hayden started in 2013 as a cadet journalist on the Fraser Coast Chronicle before relocating to Fairfax Media in Tasmania three years later. Hayden joined the Queensland Times in November 2017 as a political journalist with a focus on Ipswich City Council.

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