Music label 4000 Records turns one

The Holy Rollercoasters

LILY HIRST Brisbane music label 4000 Records is celebrating its first birthday with the announcement of three live music shows over the next three months in local venues.   The label, which is run by Brisbane local John Russell, manages … [Read more...]

CSG no longer allowed in Ipswich

JOSHUA ADAMSON The Ipswich City Council has joined the crusade against CSG, joining nearby councils in banning the infamous form of mining in the area. Coal seam gas has never strayed far from the headlines, with stories about its negative … [Read more...]

Ipswich City Council wants mosquitoes to buzz off

JOSHUA ADAMSON With the warmer weather comes mosquitoes and Ipswich City Council is committed to continually monitoring their numbers to prevent outbreaks of disease. Last year’s wet season was considerably larger than normal, which led to a … [Read more...]

Shelving support for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation

HANNAH SBEGHEN Young book-worms are lending a helping hand at this week’s biennial Story Arts Festival in Ipswich by swapping their old books to help the Indigenous Literacy Foundation meet its million-dollar mark. A giant bookcase will be … [Read more...]

Ipswich City Council Outfoxed

MICHAELA PETROFES Ipswich residents are calling on their local council to take further action to address an influx of European foxes in the area. The Council has already set up traps that capture two of these pests every week. But residents … [Read more...]