Had it not been for Hawke, Ipswich would probably have had its first home-grown prime minister.
The rising rates of sexually-transmitted infections has prompted Queensland Health to start an awareness campaign.
Labor volunteers are feeling positive, but Shayne Neumann is coy about his own views of the red campaign.
The tranquil serenity at Deebing Creek is in contrast to the previous protests and past battles of the campers at the site.
The audit office first raised concerns about the financial management of the council in its 2014 audit.
Despite the development approval, Transmetro Corporation and Oracle Care remained silent on the sale delays.
The Australian Electoral Commission has recorded record numbers of pre-poll votes in the three weeks since voting opened.
TEN offices formerly occupied by Ipswich councillors will close, saving ratepayers millions each year. This is how and where future councillors will work.
How the ex-mayor acquired the $3200 bike is at the centre of his trial on 13 counts of fraud. His next move raised questions from corruption investigators.
She'll be out of pocket, but tradies and a builder's kindness will ensure Peggy Hockey's home is finally finished.
Hayden started in 2013 as a cadet journalist on the Fraser Coast Chronicle before relocating to Fairfax Media in Tasmania three years later. Hayden joined the Queensland Times in November 2017 as a political journalist with a focus on Ipswich City Council. He has covered two state and one federal budget.