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Local business owners will gather at Airlie Beach today to question the state election candidates for Whitsunday about their plans for the north Queensland region.
An economic development group has hailed a state election pledge on the future of a casino licence for Cairns, in far north Queensland, as the biggest announcement of the campaign.
An independent audit finds Queensland's electricity prices would be up to $570 cheaper each year if power companies were privatised, the state Treasurer says.
The CEO of Brisbane's major marketplace for fresh fruit and vegetables wants politicians to put the economy first this state election.
Record low fuel prices in Queensland's capital city are still failing to reflect prices in the state's regions.
Acclaimed Australian Olympic historian Harry Gordon has died aged 89.
Returning Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak expects defender Alex Wilkinson to slot into the team seamlessly against China.
Isolated parts of regional Queensland could experience rainfall totals in excess of 100mm in a 24-hour period, the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) says.
A severe weather warning is issued for several regions across central Queensland as heavy rain continues to fall.
A 36-year-old man is charged with two counts of murder after the bodies of a couple were found inside their Gold Coast home. A boy believed to be their son was found unharmed.
The Transport Workers Union says alarming new data shows most Queensland bus drivers have been abused on the job.
Queensland Health offers to review the clinical care provided to former patients of the the Barrett Adolescent Psychiatric Centre since its closure.
Queensland's Labor opposition leader has refused requests to expand on her promise to reintroduce stricter tree clearing laws and water allocation controls, if her party is re-elected in the upcoming state election.
Ahead of next week's election, Queensland's treasurer and his Opposition counterpart will face off on the state's economic future, and the ABC is looking for your input.
Newman Government MP Ray Stevens becomes agitated and dances outside a polling booth after a journalist asks about his controversial cable car development in the Gold Coast hinterland.
Queensland's agriculture minister, John McVeigh, says he will legislate to protect ‘grower choice’ in sugar marketing if millers fail to come up with fair deal
The current deadlock between cane growers and milling companies over the future selling arrangements for raw sugar has become a hot election issue.