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Kingston boy charged with sexual assault.

  After a renewed public appeal a boy has been charged with sexual assault in Kingston.The incident took place in December when a 17 year old boy allegedly followed a woman home from Kingston Station and assaulted her before running away.The boy then returned and assaulted her again on Ashton Street...

Fatal car crash in Oakey

  The forensic crash unit is investigating a fatal car crash in Oakey last night. On the Warrego Highway at 9:30pm two vehicles collided, with a 47 year old man the sole ocupant of the car being pronounced dead at the scene.The 47 year old driver of the other vehicle and her...

Man charged after amber alert causing incident

  Police have charged a man for breaching a domestic violence order which resulted in an amber alert in Ipswich yesterday afternoon.It's alleged that at 3:30pm a Holden sedan forced a Suzuki wagon to go down Cotton Street by swerving in front of it and then blocked it from leaving.The man...

AMBER ALERT | Man Wanted Over Abduction Of Four Children

UPDATE | Police have released the image of two children subject to an Amber Alert. Investigators are seeking urgent public assistance to help locate four children who were taken from Joyce Street in East Ipswich around 3.30PM on Friday. One of the missing children.  Image Credit: QPS  Shane Perry, 37 – who is known...

This notorious rapist could be housed in North Ipswich

  A notorious rapist who attacked multiple women, sometimes while pretending to be a policeman, has been approved for parole.Although Lyell Grant Meizer's bid for freedom could be denied by the Attorney-General, who's asked for psychiatrists to assess Meizer, to determine if he should be classified as a dangerous sex offender.The...

Survey results into new council divisions being collated.

  More than a thousand submissions on the new Ipswich council divisions are being collated before being sent to the Local Government Minister.The results of the survey inform the Minister on community sentiment regarding the new divisions, where residents will vote next March.Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe (pictured) told the QT,...

Construction begins on Warwick recycled water project

  The first sod has been turned over at the water recycling project in Warwick.The $5 million project is aimed at securing a water supply for industries and to reduce the reliance on clean drinking water. The state government is splitting the cost of The Recycled Water for Warwick Industry project with...

Have you seen this car taken in a robbery in Kingston?

    Investigations are underway after an armed robbery in Kingston this morning.At 4:30, three men entered the home on Eridani Avenue armed with a baseball bat and knife, taking possessions and the keys to the family car.The men then took off in the 2011 Nissan Dualis hatchback which has the rego...

The O.A.T takes action over Swanbank's foul stench.

Two Swanbank companies have been issued warnings, with one being fined over odours from the industrial estate. The Odour Abatement Taskforce, established last year, has taken action against Wood Mulching Industries and Nu-Grow. After continued complaints from residents, the taskforce investigated the industrial area, and have issued environmental evaluation notices against the...

Are you enrolled to vote? Quick sticks!! You have under a week!

You have only one week to make sure you're on the electoral roll, or you could miss out on voting in next month's federal election. Those who've moved home or have just turned 18, need to enrol before next Thursday, April 18th. Electoral Commission spokesman, Evan Ekin-Smith says it's to make sure...
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