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A woman and three men allegedly parachute off a high-rise in the CBD then flee through the City Botanic Gardens before being arrested by police.
Former Young Queenslander of the Year and Street Swags founder Jean Madden is charged with fraud.
A Gold Coast resort subject to class action relating to one of the world's largest Ponzi schemes is given the green light for sale by the Federal Court.
The Electoral Commission of Queensland launches an investigation into the financial campaign activity surrounding the Gold Coast City Council election in March.
A man accused of murdering a fellow Korean national tells police in a four-hour interview he strangled the 28-year-old from behind, a Brisbane Supreme Court jury hears.
Cattle prices continue to surge, with the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator hitting a new record of 659 cents a kilogram carcass weight.
Farmers nominate the backpacker tax as a priority issue that needs to be addressed by the Federal Government.
A Gold Coast mother praises a bus driver for going out of his way to make sure her lost son got home from school safely.
Blair Trewin, a climatologist from the Bureau of Meteorology, says historical data shows significant winter rain following strong El Ninos.
A Queensland dairy farmer is taking his tractor on a 2,000-kilometre road trip to encourage consumers not to buy $1 per litre at the supermarkets.
Police release vision of a lucky escape for two men who spent several hours in the water after their boat capsized near South Stradbroke Island.
Can miners with black lung disease get compensation? It is a question thousands of coal workers are facing as more cases of the disease are being confirmed.
A north Queensland man who sexually assaulted three women and was due to be released on parole last month should be kept behind bars for an indefinite period, the Supreme Court orders.
Jo-Ann Miller claims former health minister Lawrence Springborg broke the law and lied about the closure of Queensland's only long-term residential youth mental health facility.
Reflections on Brisbane's 2011 floods and the area's Indigenous history have been incorporated into a piece of art that celebrates contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander storytelling.
Political donations in Queensland will be disclosed in real time from February next year to ensure accountability, says Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
Queensland businesses that employ apprentices and trainees during the 2016-17 financial year will have their payroll tax rebate doubled from 25 per cent to 50 per cent.
Women in Queensland's north-west use art to cope when times are tough.
Fog lifts after south-east Queensland was blanketed during the morning, which affected visibility in the Brisbane CBD and caused major delays at the airport.
The work of a Sunshine Coast author and artist will play a special part during the commemorative service marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Fromelles.