THERE are no clear plans to erect signage, warning people not to eat contaminated fish caught in two Ipswich waterways.
IT TOOK Peter Wark one week to build a bed shaped like a tractor but only moments to decide to donate it.
Today, Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe issued a new show cause notice to the council, again asking why councilors shouldn’t be dismissed.
IPSWICH residents should take the opportunity to have their say on whether or not the council should be dismissed, an MP says.
IPSWICH residents face another nine days wait to find out the fate of the embattled council.
It has been almost seven weeks since the first show-cause notice was issued.
AN IPSWICH photographer took out a top art award for his portrait of a Woodend couple.
"Traffic congestion on Moggill Rd, the Western Fwy and the Centenary Mwy is at crisis point and it must be addressed."
FISH caught in Ipswich waterways will be put under the microscope amid criticism residents are not being adequately warned about potential exposure to PFAS.
Only four days remain before Ipswich residents will learn the fate of the council.