September 2016

Published a story 27th Sep 2016 6:57 AM

85-year-old woman unharmed after man alleged to have wielded knife and thrown metal pipe at police

Ipswich man charged after fracas with police

85-year-old woman unharmed after man alleged to have wielded knife and thrown metal pipe at police

Published a story 26th Sep 2016 3:42 PM

Terrifying ordeal for alleged batsman and journalist as divebomber bird swoops

Divebomber bird attacks in broad daylight

Terrifying ordeal for alleged batsman and journalist as divebomber bird swoops

Published a story 23rd Sep 2016 4:31 PM

Jennifer Howard insists Labor has policies to turn the tide

LNP will get Ipswich back to work: Bleijie

Jennifer Howard insists Labor has policies to turn the tide

Published a story 23rd Sep 2016 2:03 PM

POLICE have ruled out a white ute from their investigations and are still seeking witnesses and footage.

Police appeal for witnesses to fatal motorcycle crash

POLICE have ruled out a white ute from their investigations and are still seeking witnesses and footage.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2016 12:31 PM

New agreement to open floodgates for investment and cultural exchange between Ipswich and Taiwan

Sister city agreement to reap dividends for Ipswich

New agreement to open floodgates for investment and cultural exchange between Ipswich and Taiwan

Published a story 23rd Sep 2016 12:27 PM

Cr Morrison and Cr Pisasale inspect bat population in Yamanto

Bats have us all in a flap seeking answers

Cr Morrison and Cr Pisasale inspect bat population in Yamanto

Published a story 23rd Sep 2016 6:58 AM

Kurt Capewell on the road to glory as the ultimate country lad made good

From Ipswich to Cronulla, Kurt's star is on the rise

Kurt Capewell on the road to glory as the ultimate country lad made good

Published a story 22nd Sep 2016 9:52 AM

Mayor forgets to dot his 'i's and cross his 't's

Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale explains his $5000 fine

Mayor forgets to dot his 'i's and cross his 't's

Published a story 21st Sep 2016 5:58 PM

New starters deserve the same conditions as long timers says union

Bradken workers down tools over EBA

New starters deserve the same conditions as long timers says union

Published a story 21st Sep 2016 5:54 PM

Why Ipswich will not accept second best but only the world class

Woollen mills can be our 'Carriageworks'

Why Ipswich will not accept second best but only the world class

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Joel is a journalist with 20 years of experience and since February, 2011 he has been the late reporter at The Queensland Times. Joel specialises in longer features and as the late reporter he chases all the breaking stories that unfold in the evenings. A die hard rugby league fan, Joel has been pushing hard for the Western Corridor bid to be admitted into the NRL.