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Brisbane rugby league referee Tony McGrath was killed in a "cold-blooded execution", a Supreme Court jury hears.
The new executive director of the Queensland Dairyfarmers Organisation is hopeful his members will avoid the impacts of the milk price crash in southern markets.
Stevedoring company Patrick considers locking out workers after employees overwhelming vote to reject the company's pay offer.
More than 20 school teachers are ordered to leave the far north Queensland Indigenous community of Aurukun due to persistent violent unrest.
Some Queensland doctors could be prescribing medicinal cannabis to patients from as early as next month, the State Government says.
Queensland's oldest town is normally home to about 45,000 flying foxes, but in the past two weeks the population has blown out to over six times its normal number.
Favourable weather extends the breeding season of mice in grain-growing areas of Southern Queensland.
Two generations of Rockhampton orthodontists see offspring of original patients.
Time limits on sexual abuse victims lodging legal claims are archaic, unfair and must be repealed, the Queensland Government is being told.
After battling the drought for four years, a western Queensland grazier has made the decision to destock and sell up.
A young orphaned koala is released back into the wild at a south-east Queensland nature refuge after eight months in care.
A move by independent MP Rob Pyne to decriminalise abortion in Queensland will be decided with a conscience vote by MPs on both sides of Parliament.
Adelaide Crows coach Don Pyke says he is satisfied with the response from the AFL regarding an uneven free-kick count against his side in its loss to the Western Bulldogs on Saturday night.
A Brahman poddy calf rescued from a cattle yard in north-west Queensland is a huge hit on social media.
Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is in north Queensland today, with hopes to win critical support in the state's key seats.
Police are asking for public help to find a car that may be linked with the assault of a Bundaberg man.
Cameron McEvoy's undergraduate studies in physics and applied mathematics are never far from his mind, especially during those long training sessions.
Retrenched central Queensland coal workers say they are relieved to have been paid their entitlements after waiting for more than three months
A Queensland couple turns unwanted limes into value-added products including lime salt and chilli soda.