Contact tracing is underway for all the new cases.
Those who haven’t already had their say at pre-poll or via a postal vote have been told it is still safe to vote.
An Ipswich charity is still working out how it will be able to traverse “uncharted waters” and continue its vital service for thousands of hungry residents.
The Ipswich Chamber of Commerce is calling on council to introduce significant concessions for local businesses to support them through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ten years today the first Super Hornets arrived in Ipswich.
Queensland schools will move to pupil-free days from next week to try and stop the spread of coronavirus.
The Ipswich Community Charity Fund Inc was set up to aid victims of natural disasters in 2005.
Ipswich ratepayers will be dragged into another lengthy and costly legal battle with a waste company taking the council to court over its proposed super dump.
JBS employs more than 2000 people at the Dinmore meatworks and processes 3,400 head of cattle a day, according to it website.
The school is working closely with Queensland Health.