IN THE dark of night just before midnight, a group of men in four utes dropped by the home of Christopher Ball and unloaded three large water and acid tanks.
A horror neighbour made a family fearful with abusive rants, threatening they would watch their toddler die, and that he’d make their lives a living hell.
AN IPSWICH magistrate has told a Sudanese refugee to think about how lucky he is to be in Australia before thinking about offending again.
HIS dodgy $50 counterfeit notes were enough of a worry, but they paled in comparison to the illegal guns.
Business struck twice in copper wire theft and moped theft
Woman has no recollection of stealing sports equipment and hardware
AN IPSWICH magistrate has criticised the foul-mouthed abuse people use against each other after sentencing a man who launched a verbal tirade at a woman.
AN IPSWICH driver caught behind the wheel three times while disqualified by court order has narrowly avoided spending actual time behind bars.
A FAMILY has been thrown into turmoil after the father was charged with serious assault on his 12-year-old son.
A driver who crashed his red BMW into a tree and wrecked his prized machine told an Ipswich court he was still paying its finance off.
Reporter Ross Irby has wander-lust mixed with a sense of adventure, spending way too many years roaming about Australia, its back roads and off-shore foreign lands. Enjoys a yarn, story telling and tales, along with curiosity to find out about the lives and (mis)adventures of others. An off-beat sense of humour, not taking it all too seriously, along with big doses of flexibility/adaptability whatever the situation is the best way to go. You have to have the life experiences to have empathy with others.