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The Sydney Harbour Bridge was plunged into darkness for the Earth Hour environmental campaign on Saturday night, among the first landmarks around the world to dim their lights for the event.
The Queensland Reds returned to the Super Rugby winners' list with a 22-17 win against the Stormers at Lang Park.
Queensland police say a woman found dead in a park in inner-city Brisbane was murdered.
Jacco Verhaeren says members of the 'Stilnox Six' will only be judged on their speed leading into the Comm Games.
A former Queensland Supreme Court judge says the state's Attorney-General should apologise for revealing details of a private conversation with a senior judge.
South Australian pastoralist Tom Brinkworth tells ABC's Landline about his long journey droving cattle through inland eastern Australia, during Queensland's most widespread drought.
Traditional owners in North Queensland say there has been a lack of consultation over plans to build one of the country's biggest irrigation schemes in the Gilbert River catchment.
A teenager is fighting for his life in hospital after a hit-and-run incident in central Queensland overnight.
Brisbane Roar have beaten Melbourne Heart 2-1, despite the second-half sending off of Besart Berisha.
The Brisbane Broncos beat the Dragons 36-20 to end St George Illawarra's early-season winning streak.
An exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane highlights the collision of new and old in 19th century Queensland, with a remarkable series of posed photographs of local Aboriginal people.
A woman will spend at least 15 years in jail for her role in the murder of Gold Coast Detective Damian Leeding.
The Queensland Government will introduce a new offence of serious animal cruelty, with a maximum penalty of seven years in prison.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has personally intervened on behalf of detained Australian journalist Peter Greste.
Western Australia's share of the GST pie has been slashed to a record low.
Treasurer Joe Hockey says he has won the support of his state counterparts for the mass privatisation of government-owned assets in exchange for federal funding for new roads, ports and rail lines.
The former secretary of the Federal Environment Department has told an inquiry that safety was an important component of the home insulation scheme which resulted in the deaths of four installers.
Bush flies are breeding in massive numbers in outback Queensland, but the drought has meant dung beetles are not as active.
Two victims have told of their anger at the Salvation Army's response to abuse they suffered at Queensland children's homes.
The Queensland Police Service has appealed against the sentence handed to a man who pleaded guilty to a one-punch Sunshine Coast assault.
The incident at a Noosa pub last year left victim Michael Haubauer, 29, with serious facial injuries, while his attacker, Virgil Power, was sentenced to 240 hours community service and ordered to pay $24,000 in damages.