THE Federal Court has ruled in favour of Indian mining giant Adani over a native title group seeking to block its Carmichael coal mine.
Employing CQ locals key to sustaining mining upturn: Councillor Neil Fisher
UPDATE: Crews left the scene around 7.50am.
CAR reportedly left the road and crashed into a concrete structure overnight.
A senator calling for Australia to discriminate against migrants based on their ethnicity should be roundly condemned, writes Andrew Thorpe.
THE Peak Downs Highway remained closed at 6pm after a B-double carrying molasses rolled near Nebo Wednesday afternoon.
UPDATE: A WOMAN is in a serious condition in hospital and a 17-year-old has since been charged.
QUEENSLAND mum Nancy Towner won't let her kids swim at the same spot
AUSTRALIANS will finally be able to tune into next-generation television broadcasts later this year.
THE Capricorn Hwy has been closed in both directions after a crash injured three people
Erin Molan and her Channel 9 cohorts have been labelled “totally unprofessional” for laughing at Capras player Dave Taylor over his weight
The real estate on Curtis Island is one of the region's best kept secrets with some property going for less than $200,000.
THE cost of housing price pressure could be eased if new migrants were encouraged to settle in rural or regional centres, according to one former Prime Minister
A SINKHOLE near Clermont may be linked to historical mining activity, according to the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy.
IF YOU get this letter in the mail from the tax man, you could be in big trouble. But “don’t panic”, says one expert. Here’s what you need to do.
He allegedly held up a service station before escaping on a scooter.
A MAN with a distinctive hairstyle, who was seen riding a child’s scooter, has robbed a service station with a pair of scissors.
The repeat unlicensed driver left the magistrate with little option other than to impose a prison sentence.
THERE’S a good reason “real” adulthood seems to be starting later and later. And it’s down to easy access to credit.
WITH some parts of the state without a drop of rain for years, Queenslanders are urged to dig deep and join the campaign to help battling farmers. Here's how.