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A day after builder Claudio D'Alessandro was given approval to resume work for non-payment of debts, his licence is suspended again after the Public Works Minister intervenes.
National Heritage-listed dinosaur footprints at the site recently chosen for a new Broome marina could upset plans that have taken decades to negotiate, according to a stakeholder group.
WorkSafe Tasmania is investigating a fatal incident involving a worker from interstate at Grange Resources' mine at Savage River on the state's west coast.
The Queensland Premier is confronted by an Australian businessman and a tour operator after arriving in India to inspect Adani's home port.
A landspout and a "dust devil" are observed in separate weather events at Brisbane Airport, with reports the landspout brought down trees and damaged cars, while the dust devil caused no damage.
An Iranian asylum seeker will be allowed to remain in Australia for another three months on a temporary visa, but still remains "in limbo" once it expires.
Senate inquiry into drone use worries about safety and regulation that will keep up with technology.
Queenslanders have a civic duty to support farmers struggling with the outbreak of the white spot prawn disease, the state's Fisheries Minister says, insisting there are no human health risks.
Sightings of thylacines on Queensland's Cape York have been occurring since the 1870s, but could Tasmanian tigers still be roaming the wilds of far-north Queensland?
A Senate inquiry is aiming to quell public hysteria surrounding shark attacks, by looking at how modern technology can track their movements.
A North Queensland school says a program rewarding positive behaviour, rather than punishing negative behaviour, is resulting in better outcomes for its students.
Queensland researchers use stem cells to create a beating human heart muscle, as well as tissue that is able to repair itself, in a discovery they hope could eventually help people with heart failure.
A group in Brisbane is turning food thrown out by supermarkets into home-cooked meals which they serve to the lonely, isolated and some who are just plain hungry.
Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls labels his regional Queensland tour a success despite some fiery confrontations at public forums in Townsville and Cairns over ride sharing group Uber.
A northern New South Wales doctor says a seven-year-old girl diagnosed with tetanus had not been vaccinated.
Ancestral Aboriginal remains currently housed in a German museum will be returned to Australia next week.
An explosion in the number of high-rise apartments across our capital cities is dramatically driving up student enrolments, resulting in "jam-packed" public schools.
An image of a curious bush stone-curlew caught up in its own reflection at a Brisbane university campus this week goes viral. But is this behaviour normal?