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A man has been treated in hospital after being attacked by dingoes on Fraser Island off south-east Queensland.
A drone is being used in investigations into a fire on board a Navy patrol boat in a Brisbane dry dock yesterday.
Clive Palmer appears to be standing firm on his opposition to key budget measures, ahead of a meeting tonight with Treasurer Joe Hockey.
Queensland residents are being warned to prepare the worst bushfire season in five years.
Two major reports into the health and management of the Great Barrier Reef have found parts of the World Heritage site are still under pressure and the central and southern areas are deteriorating.
Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt released the strategic assessment and the 2014 outlook reports, as required by the United Nations' World Heritage Committee, which is currently assessing whether the declare the reef 'in danger'.
The outlook report found pollutants entering the reef has measurably reduced since the last report in 2009 but the greatest risks have not changed.
It seems only a matter of time before Neil Henry is officially appointed as Gold Coast's new head coach.
The head electrician of the Queensland Ballet aims to make this year's regional tour of Cinderella one of the company's brightest.
Australia has seen a resurgence of the H1N1 virus, or swine flu, amid a sharp increase in the total number of influenza cases.
The former state leader of the Palmer United Party says he quit the role because Clive Palmer has been endorsing friends and relatives as candidates.
Queensland Firebirds shooter Ameliaranne Wells is crossing the ditch to play for the Pulse in next year's trans-Tasman netball season.
Departing Titans coach John Cartwright says the club needs help in its battle for the Gold Coast against the AFL's Suns.
The Roosters climbed into the top four with victory over the Titans at the Sydney Football Stadium on Monday night.
Labor's administrative committee has deferred a decision on whether to accept former LNP MP Chris Davis's membership application.
As Australians pay tribute to the brave men and women who served in World War I, the story of the "Dirty 500" remains largely untold.
A man who has been questioned by police over a woman's fatal balcony fall on Queensland's Gold Coast has apparently declared his innocence on a body building forum.
A team of four has constructed the first "submarine" for the world's only dry river bed regatta, the Henley-on-Todd.
Queensland Reds hooker Saia Faingaa has been called into the Wallabies squad after Tolu Latu broke his arm.
Palmer United Party MP Alex Douglas has resigned as the Queensland parliamentary leader and intends to quit the party.
Dr Douglas said he could not support a "jobs for the boys" culture in the fledging party.
It is the second time the MP has quit a party since regaining the Gold Coast seat of Gaven in the 2012 election.
Bruising Brisbane midfielder Brent Moloney has retired at age 30, succumbing to an Achilles injury.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says it is too early to say whether Russian president Vladimir Putin should be barred from this year's G20 summit in Brisbane.