DAILY NEWS REPORTING

News articles published in ‘The Queensland Times’, the state’s longest-lived provincial daily newspaper based in Ipswich.

 

‘NDIS HAS FAILED US’

The National Disability Insurance Scheme has been heralded as a new golden age for Queenslanders with disabilities, but Barellan Point carer Catherine Perriotte says her autistic son is worse off under the program.

IPSWICH’s SWEET SIDE

Ipswich shoppers are getting behind the state's strawberry growers, with sales and prices recovering ahead of the Premier’s "Strawberry Sunday" campaign.


INDUCING BIRTH DEBATE

New research out of the US indicates that inducing childbirth at 39 weeks could lower the risk of complications and emergency caesarean sections.

HAPPY GRAN’s HUGE CLAN

If it weren't for a case of mistaken identity, Annette Kerridge's 15 children, 54 grandchildren and 55 great-grandchildren might not exist.

STILL DANCING AFTER 60 YEARS

Sitting in their Yamanto living room, the 60 years that have passed since Des and Gloria Whelband's story begin to melt away as they recount the day they met.

RIGHTS REVIEW FOR RENTERS

Renters could soon enjoy greater rights to keep pets and request maintenance under the first major government review of tenancy regulations since the 1970s.