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A surgical blood clot removal technique is offering major stroke patients a less invasive treatment option, a conference on the Gold Coast has heard.
Devonport man Timothy Hingston is taken into police custody in Queensland after failing to appear in a Tasmanian court in relation to an assault charge.
The personal details of thousands of TAFE Queensland students are stolen in an IT system hack.
Hookworm larvae will be injected into coeliacs as part of a revolutionary treatment for the debilitating illness that affects one out of every 70 Australians.
A teenager recovering from brain cancer is granted his wish to go surfing with three-time world champion Mick Fanning.
Man of the match David Warner says it was "good to get off on the right foot" with new opening partner and fellow dasher Joe Burns.
Internet polling could be a solution for "problematic" overseas voting booths from which some votes went uncounted at the last Queensland election, the electoral commission says.
A stellar debut first-class batting performance by young lefthander Sam Heazlett underpins Queensland's three-wicket victory over Tasmania.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum says the Blacks Caps do not have to "reinvent the wheel" after losing the first Test against Australia, but admits improvement is crucial for Perth.
Mitchell Starc is fined and chipped by his captain for hurling a ball in the direction of New Zealand tailender Mark Craig during Australia's 208-run win in the first Test.
HMAS Gladstone is being scrubbed down and given a fresh coat of paint in the hope that the former naval patrol vessel could be open to tourists next year.
One-time Brisbane Lions player Albert Proud appears in a Brisbane court charged with the attempted murder of his girlfriend.
Workplace Health and Safety has appealed the dismissal of charges against a Queensland vet accused of failing to comply with his duty of care while handling a case of Hendra virus in a horse.
The third annual Airlie Beach Music Festival boasted high calibre acts including the Black Sorrows, Toni Childs and Australian music legend Richard Clapton, but it was more than just the big name performers which brought people to the festival.
Producers on the banks of Queensland's Flinders River are asking why some regions have not been given a fair share of water under the Government's new tender process.
Sheep producers spent more than $4.5 million on delivering pain relief to lambs after mulesing in 2014, a ten per cent increase on the previous year.
Not content with a comprehensive 208-run win over New Zealand in the first Test, Australian coach Darren Lehmann calls for an improved bowling display in Perth, saying middle order spots are still up for grabs.
Wide Bay MP Stephen Bennett says the Queensland Government's flood mitigation study will not produce any new outcomes.
A blue-footed robot that walks backwards and forwards is one of the first mechatronic projects undertaken at Central Queensland University.
Steve Smith's full-time captaincy career starts in the best possible way with victory over New Zealand in Brisbane, with the skipper full of praise for his team's "polished" performance.