What drives residential property?

Matt Gross.

What drives residential property?

Ripley is just right for first home buyers

Sarah and Matthew Caine in the kitchen of their three-bedroom home.

Ripley is just right for first home buyers

Our footy stars are real sports

The Ipswich Jets rugby league club are supporting the Not Now, Not Ever anti domestic violence campaign. Pictured from left, Jets player Sebastian Pandia, Domestic Violence Action Centre general manager Gabrielle Borggaard and community development worker Heather Ellis, and jets player Abe Atallah.

Ipswich should be proud of its team

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Your guide to a great night out in Ipswich

Airlie Beach Festival of Music 2016 / Andrew Pattinson / Vampp Photography

Check out the city's live music scene here

Beautiful Ipswich kicks off Saturday

Mayor Paul Pisasale

Residents are invited to celebrate the suburbs on Saturday

Nashville singer Craig Campbell to star at CMC Rocks

READY TO PLAY: US country musician Craig Campbell said he couldn't wait to head Down Under again for CMC Rocks.

US singer set to play live to Aussie crowds

Assassins will slay audience with music

SHOT: Kyle Breese as John Wilkes Booth and Alex Andujar as Charles Giteau  in Assassins.

A dose of song, dance and laughter, starting this weekend

Free RAAF open day this weekend

The RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre has a free public open day this Sunday.
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The focus will be on aircraft and memorabilia

Your guide to a great night out

BOURBON STREET: Colin Germano, and the band Bourbon Street, closed the Homegrown Festival at Bangalow Bowlo

Photo: Lyn McCarthy

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Here's the latest from the city's live music scene

Say aloha to adventure in Hawaii

Ziplining through the rainforest proves an exhilarating experience.

Bishop's Best a drinkable dark lager

Dark brew gets thumbs up

Oh man, there are some things on show in this bar

Castelmola, close to Taormina, is worth the climb just to see the sights at Bar Turrisi.

Bar Turrisi is an unforgettable celebration of all things phallic

What can you do in Christchurch?

The Christchurch Re:Start Mall, in the central business district.

Exploring a city in the middle of a rebuild

How one photo changed this woman's life forever

The new-look Cassy Dickerson running along the beach.

A mother of three has transformed her body and her life

SPEWIN: Bay couple's romantic cruise 'ruined by norovirus'

“I tell you what, we won’t be going on another cruise."

Toyota's new small SUV C-HR arrives priced from $26,990

2WD manual version of the all-new C-HR small SUV can be had for $26,990 before on-roads, with an auto version from $28,990

Small SUV a style breakthrough for Toyota

What's on the big screen this week

THIS week's releases offer variety as T2: Trainspotting proves not all sequels are terrible.

REVIEW: Under the Gun doco looks at right to bear arms

ARMED: A still from the 2016 documentary film Under the Gun by Stephanie Soechtig.

An in-depth look into America's gun culture.

Hodges proud to be part of first channel dedicated to NRL

Justin Hodges is gearing up for his new gig on Fox League.

Footy star hopes to provide a voice for players on new NRL channel

Furious Price wants to quit I'm a Celeb after clash with Keira

Steve Price has threatened to quit the jungle.

Will camp ration clash with Keira cause Steve to call it quits?

Novel with lots of heart

The romance in A Quiet Kind of Thunder was only one of the joys of the book.

Book proves to be a gem with layers

Bliss N Eso announce tribute show for stuntman

Bliss N Eso will play a tribute show at Coolangatta in honour of Johann Ofner. The stuntman died during the filming of the group's Friend Like You film clip earlier this year.

BLISS N Eso to play tribute show to raise funds for killed stuntman

MOVIE REVIEW: Trainspotting sequel as good as original

Ewen Bremner in a scene from the movie T2: Trainspotting.

Director Danny Boyle proves sequels can be done well.