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McLaughlin extends Supercars lead

Ford's Scott McLaughlin has claimed first blood at the Ipswich SuperSprint at Queensland Raceway on Saturday.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Man dies after turning car hit west of Brisbane

An Ipswich man has died after his station wagon was hit by a sedan while it was turning across an intersection on Friday night.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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A look at how England fans celebrated Eric Dier's penalty that secured England's win over Colombia in the World Cup that put them through to the quarter finals.

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McCarthy 'hungry' for return [Video]McCarthy 'hungry' for return

Former Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy tells Sky Sports News he is eager to return to management.

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Hurst: I have to earn players' respect [Video]Hurst: I have to earn players' respect

Paul Hurst says it will be a challenge to succeed at Ipswich but he must start by earning the respect of his players.

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Man stuck on child's swing for three hours calls police for help [Video]Man stuck on child's swing for three hours calls police for help

UNITED KINGDOM — A grown man had to call the police and the fire department to rescue him after he got stuck in a playground swing, the BBC reported. Apparently the 20-year-old had already been..

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'It's A Disaster In There': Ceiling Collapses In Church [Video]'It's A Disaster In There': Ceiling Collapses In Church

It was a miracle the church was empty when the church ceiling collapsed. WBZ-TV's Gary Brode reports.

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Church ceiling collapses: 'It could have been so much worse' [Video]Church ceiling collapses: 'It could have been so much worse'

The ceiling above the sanctuary of the Living Faith United Methodist Church's Ipswich campus collapsed Friday afternoon.

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After retirement 'whirlwind', Bathurst is on Lowndes' mind

Ipswich may be in Craig Lowndes' sights but Bathurst is on his mind.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Odourbusters' taskforce to tackle the Ipswich stink

A $2.5 million taskforce has been established to investigate offensive odours plaguing the Ipswich area.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Controversial New Zealand pastor deported from Australia

Ipswich pastor Logan Robertson has been deported back to New Zealand after he was charged over two alleged mosque disturbances
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How Ipswich City Council will get the sack revealed in draft bill

The proposed laws will allow Ipswich councillors to nominate for the next local government elections in 2020.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ipswich boarding school evacuates following phone threat

A private school at Ipswich has been evacuated following a threat made by telephone.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

CCC head fires back after barrister slams Ipswich City Council sacking

The CCC chairman said Ipswich City Council had 'significant governance failures and cultural issues ... occurring over many years'.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

CCC head not consulted in council sacking

The CCC boss says he only found out about plans to sack Ipswich City Council after the state government had made the decision.
SBS

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