Queensland News

Sat 23 Feb 2019

Queensland man missing in Egypt after release

premium_icon Queensland man missing in Egypt after release

The family of a Queensland man who has vanished after being locked up in Egypt for a year say they are "beyond crushed”.

Junior sporting code costs compared

premium_icon Junior sporting code costs compared

The price of junior sport is leaving Queensland parents with empty pockets as fees for some of the most popular activities skyrocket into the thousands for some...

Oma veers away from Queensland coast

premium_icon Oma veers away from Queensland coast

Southeast Queensland looks to have dodged a bullet as Tropical Cyclone Oma swerves away from the continent but lifesavers remain on red alert as massive swells lash...

Cops take legal action against their boss

premium_icon Cops take legal action against their boss

High-ranking police who say they are being unfairly knocked back for professional development courses have sensationally summonsed Commissioner Ian Stewart to court...

Sporting chance of Olympic success

premium_icon Sporting chance of Olympic success

A detailed study has concluded Queensland has a ‘compelling’ case to mount a bid for the 2032 Olympic Games, and our team of local experts agree.

‘My brother would have forgiven her’

premium_icon ‘My brother would have forgiven her’

The sister of man killed in a horror highway crash last year has hugged the woman whose driving killed her brother, saying ‘it’s what he would have wanted’.

How Qld coal industry reacts to Chinese coal ban

premium_icon How Qld coal industry reacts to Chinese coal ban

Queensland coal can look to other ports if China ban continues: Reserve Bank boss

China's coal ban a 'shot across the bow'

premium_icon China's coal ban a 'shot across the bow'

Coal ban likely a 'political power play' by Communist government

Fri 22 Feb 2019

Lawyer in Pisasale case involved in charity squabble

premium_icon Lawyer in Pisasale case involved in charity squabble

EXCLUSIVE: Property lawyer sending legal threats amid major upheaval in Ipswich charity squabble.

Ipswich fail reignites surface tensions

premium_icon Ipswich fail reignites surface tensions

TRAINERS and jockeys have demanded answers from QRIC and Racing Queensland after Friday’s Ipswich meeting was embarrassingly postponed.

The downside of popular parenting hacks

premium_icon The downside of popular parenting hacks

EVERY parent has a hack, but there could be a downside to these creative, and sometimes wacky, methods of tricking our children, writes Susie O’Brien.

Fire destroys two homes: ‘They just lost everything’

premium_icon Fire destroys two homes: ‘They just lost everything’

A GOLD COAST woman was just around the corner getting her hair dyed when she realised her home was one of two destroyed in a devastating fire.

Meet the Queensland woman who teaches laughter

premium_icon Meet the Queensland woman who teaches laughter

WHEN we laugh – whether it’s because something is funny, or because we are doing a fake or intentional laugh – our brain doesn’t know the difference.

Geoff's melon smashes southern hemisphere record

premium_icon Geoff's melon smashes southern hemisphere record

A NEW record has been set on a property near Ipswich.

Lawyer charged over alleged second bail breach

premium_icon Lawyer charged over alleged second bail breach

HIGH-profile Brisbane lawyer Adam Magill has been charged with breaching bail for a second time.

'Tradies are saying thanks': CQ construction industry boost

premium_icon 'Tradies are saying thanks': CQ construction industry boost

Call to back local builders doing the right thing is paying off.

Buy this pub (and town) for the price of a Brisbane home

premium_icon Buy this pub (and town) for the price of a Brisbane home

Ever wondered what owning a pub in the outback would be like? Now is your time.

Queensland aged care death ‘could have been prevented’

premium_icon Queensland aged care death ‘could have been prevented’

A CORONER has released damning findings into the heartbreaking death of an elderly woman in an aged care home after she was attacked by a dementia patient.

Oma thwarts drug crop found in mangroves

premium_icon Oma thwarts drug crop found in mangroves

CYCLONE Oma has damaged part of a cannabis crop hidden in mangroves. Police charged four people after the crop was discovered.

Premier denies Adani approval process a ‘mess’

premium_icon Premier denies Adani approval process a ‘mess’

ANNASTACIA Palaszczuk has rejected suggestions the approval process for Adani’s Carmichael mine has become a “mess”.

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