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Queensland Maroons coach Mal Meninga says he will consider coaching Australia's national rugby league side if the position is offered to him.
Brisbane Roar mentor John Aloisi speaks candidly about the A-League club's off-field issues at a fan forum held at Lang Park, revealing he was kicked out of the club's former training base Ballymore on his first day as coach.
Two men accused of making a golf-ball bomb had all the materials in their home and they knew how to manufacture the explosive chemical, a court is told.
A couple whose home was raided during the Palm Island riots in north Queensland are awarded more than $200,000 in damages by the Court of Appeal.
Queensland child protection activists urge the Federal Government to keep children at the front and centre of its domestic violence policy.
School leaders want to be better informed about domestic violence situations at home to help students and families, the Queensland Association of State School Principals says.
Birdsville locals remember author and journalist Kelly Theobald as a vibrant young woman with everything to live for, and a smile for everyone she met.
A large bushfire burning at Ballard, north of Toowoomba, no longer poses a threat to property, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services says.
Johnathan Thurston's public show of support at the NRL grand final for a new north Queensland stadium has put the issue on the national agenda.
John William Chardon, whose wife Novy Chardon disappeared more than two years ago, fails in his bid to have a string of child sexual abuse convictions overturned.
A Coles employee takes legal action to stop an employment agreement between the supermarket giant and the union, claiming it leaves tens of thousands of supermarket employees out of pocket.
Royal Australian Navy sailor Jayson Kelly is committed to stand trial for manslaughter over an alleged fatal assault in Darwin's nightclub district in August last year.
The victim of an allegedly fatal assault on Darwin's nightclub strip suffered a fractured skull and a swollen, softened brain, a forensic pathologist tells a court.
A victim of a Salvation Army paedophile makes an impassioned plea for change while giving evidence at a royal commission, asking the organisation to "do the right thing" by all victims.
A gunman is on the run after a drive-by shooting outside a fast-food restaurant at Clayfield on Brisbane's north side.
Queensland Police are called to a shopping strip at Clayfield on Brisbane's north side after reports of a shooting.
Firefighters will keep monitoring a fire at North Gregory, south of Bundaberg, today.
A wool classer who spent 50 years in shearing sheds around western Queensland says there has been a slow decline in the industry since he started.
The papaw and papaya industry is on track for a record year, and is currently pumping out up to 35,000 trays a week.
Plans to build a controversial boat ramp at Burrum Heads on southern Queensland's Fraser Coast have taken another step forward.