April 2020

Published a story 26th Apr 2020 12:05 PM

Mum is trying to make the best of a hard situation as she educates her three children at home

From chef to teacher

Mum is trying to make the best of a hard situation as she educates her three children at home

Published a story 23rd Apr 2020 4:07 PM

Kathleen Edwards served as a theatre sister in the aftermath of Japan bombings

101-year-old war nurse ‘recalls good times’

Kathleen Edwards served as a theatre sister in the aftermath of Japan bombings

Published a story 23rd Apr 2020 11:24 AM

Woolworths supermarkets place signs warning shoppers not to flush wet wipes, paper towels

How toilet paper shortage is leading to blocked sewers

Woolworths supermarkets place signs warning shoppers not to flush wet wipes, paper towels

Published a story 21st Apr 2020 4:10 PM

Classic car lover and passionate restorer Ken Gehrke has died aged 78

Tributes for Ipswich’s Model T man

Classic car lover and passionate restorer Ken Gehrke has died aged 78

Published a story 16th Apr 2020 4:34 PM

Four new paramedics boost crews at Ipswich ambulance station in preparation for patient onslaught

Coronavirus: Ambos call for reinforcements

Four new paramedics boost crews at Ipswich ambulance station in preparation for patient onslaught

Published a story 15th Apr 2020 4:42 PM

The stats show Australians have responded well to restrictions, so why the confusion?

Few certainties in our lives, except to keep up good fight

The stats show Australians have responded well to restrictions, so why the confusion?

Published a story 7th Apr 2020 4:03 PM

One of Ipswich’s largest hotels has lost nearly 100 per cent of its bookings due to coronavirus restrictions

Hotel deserted: Managers in plea for guests to return

One of Ipswich’s largest hotels has lost nearly 100 per cent of its bookings due to coronavirus restrictions

Published a story 2nd Apr 2020 10:55 AM

A man believed he was showing symptoms of COVID-19 but was refused testing. The region's Health boss defended the call, saying fever clinics are doing the job.

‘I should have been tested’: Man turned away from clinic

A man believed he was showing symptoms of COVID-19 but was refused testing. The region's Health boss defended the call, saying fever clinics are doing the job.

March 2020

Published a story 31st Mar 2020 12:54 PM

Frank de Pasquale’s business was almost wiped out overnight, before he switched to home delivery.

Food wholesaler switches to grocery delivery

Frank de Pasquale’s business was almost wiped out overnight, before he switched to home delivery.

Published a story 29th Mar 2020 4:29 PM

Back to school for unsuccessful candidate after election defeat to Teresa Harding

Bitterly disappointed Martin congratulates new mayor on win

Back to school for unsuccessful candidate after election defeat to Teresa Harding

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Born and bred in Ipswich, Andrew Korner has been at the Queensland Times since 2007. Over the past decade Andrew has covered country rounds, courts, police and emergency services and been editor of the Ipswich Advertiser. Andrew is currently the deputy editor of the Queensland Times.