Joel Gould

Joel  Gould
  • Joined: Oct 2012
  • published: 728

Published a story 10:47pm Oct 30th

HE DIDN'T want the bank to get his Collingwood Park house, so he tried to burn it down.

Man went for his machete when bank came for his home

31 Oct 2014

HE DIDN'T want the bank to get his Collingwood Park house, so he tried to burn it down.

Published a story 3:59pm Oct 30th

A CENTURY-OLD mystery involving three family photographs under a Goodna home is waiting to be solved.

Quest to solve mystery of old family photos

30 Oct 2014

A CENTURY-OLD mystery involving three family photographs under a Goodna home is waiting to be solved.

Published a story 11:50pm Oct 29th

LOCKYER Valley Mayor Steve Jones has backed a call for a royal commission into the flooding of Grantham in 2011 and its aftermath.

Mayor backs call for royal commission into Grantham floods

30 Oct 2014

LOCKYER Valley Mayor Steve Jones has backed a call for a royal commission into the flooding of Grantham in 2011 and its aftermath.

Published a story 11:35pm Oct 29th

A CONTINGENT OF 120 members of the Korean media is on its way to Ipswich for the G20 and Mayor Paul Pisasale insists Barack Obama should pop in as well.

Give us a thumbs up, Obama

30 Oct 2014

A CONTINGENT OF 120 members of the Korean media is on its way to Ipswich for the G20 and Mayor Paul Pisasale insists Barack Obama should pop in as well.

Published a story 10:18pm Oct 27th

IPSWICH is on the cusp of introducing revolutionary electric buses to the city after a productive visit by Mayor Paul Pisasale to Japan.

Electric bus project for Ripley Valley

28 Oct 2014

IPSWICH is on the cusp of introducing revolutionary electric buses to the city after a productive visit by Mayor Paul Pisasale to Japan.

Published a story 11:28pm Oct 26th

POATA Selesa, take a bow. The Good Samaritan bus driver may have saved a life with his quick thinking out the front of the Brassall Shopping Centre on Sunday.

Hero bus driver saves life

27 Oct 2014

POATA Selesa, take a bow. The Good Samaritan bus driver may have saved a life with his quick thinking out the front of the Brassall Shopping Centre on Sunday.

Published a story 10:57pm Oct 26th

IPSWICH City Council remains committed to bringing the Brisbane Lions to the city and has submitted a new funding request to the State and Federal governments.

Council hope $20m funding request will bring Lions to Ipswich

27 Oct 2014

IPSWICH City Council remains committed to bringing the Brisbane Lions to the city and has submitted a new funding request to the State and Federal governments.

Published a story 5:41pm Oct 24th

TEACHER aides who work in Ipswich fear a return to casual employment conditions due to the LNP State Government’s plans for the sector.

Teacher aides fear for jobs, says United Voice

25 Oct 2014

TEACHER aides who work in Ipswich fear a return to casual employment conditions due to the LNP State Government’s plans for the sector.

Published a story 10:53pm Oct 23rd

SCHOOL cleaner numbers in Ipswich could be cut in half and their workloads doubled.

Union fears less staff and heavier workloads

24 Oct 2014

SCHOOL cleaner numbers in Ipswich could be cut in half and their workloads doubled.

Published a story 10:40pm Oct 23rd

CHRIS Rowntree has been a cleaner at Camira State School for 32 years but fears she will be one of 400 school cleaners in Ipswich to have their jobs outsourced.

Contract out on cleaners

24 Oct 2014

CHRIS Rowntree has been a cleaner at Camira State School for 32 years but fears she will be one of 400 school cleaners in Ipswich to have their jobs outsourced.

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