The Shadow Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Ros Bates visited the hospital today.
The owner of a business that will shut its doors next month has blamed the redevelopment of the city's central business district for a significant downturn.
She didn't receive a single dollar from the machine.
Fresh out of high school, Edward Johnstone is working on aircraft that are often the difference between life and death.
When he moved to Ipswich in 1995, the nearby RAAF Base at Amberley provided a familiarity that allowed Doug Abbot to quickly settle in to his new home.
The cardiac rehabilitation service received 705 referrals for people who experienced a heart attack, open heart surgery or bypass surgery last year.
It was hard to say who was more star-struck; the students or the teachers.
An Ipswich man is the first in Queensland to trial new medical technology that will drastically improve the lives for those suffering with diabetes.
BRETT and Christie Briggs always had ambitions to run a cafe later in life but after a spanner was thrown in the works, they decided to fast track those plans.
The results of more than 500 schools across the state were released today by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority.