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Stock agents and producers are buzzing after an unregistered herd bull was sold for $96,000 at Charters Towers Big Country Brahman Sale.
A land contract for a $300 million development in north Queensland's Whitsundays has been torn up.
The Western Downs council will reduce its debt by $25 million by paying out 33 loans.
Every mango, macadamia and avocado crop in Australia will be mapped using satellite imagery.
A woman is dead after a car and truck collided on the Bruce Highway at Howard, west of Hervey Bay, this morning.
Rangers enlist the help of the public to haul a captured 4.7-metre saltwater crocodile, missing a number of teeth and an eye, from Townsville's foreshore in north Queensland.
Some internet users in remote parts of Queensland are in limbo as they wait for a connection date for the NBN satellite Sky Muster.
Gas giant AGL abandons natural gas projects in Queensland and NSW, sparking celebrations in rural NSW where opponents had feared a billion-dollar coal seam gas plan could devastate a community.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton tells churches proposing to invoke the historical concept of sanctuary and open their doors to asylum seekers that they are not above the law.
Despite a report claiming up to 10 Emerging Origin players defied new coach Kevin Walters, Queensland Rugby League boss Peter Betros considers their probe into a curfew controversy closed.
Bull sharks not only spend a lot of time on coral reefs, they can swim surprisingly long distances down Australia's east coast in summer to give birth in the river estuaries and coastal areas, radio tracking of sharks living on the Great Barrier Reef shows.
Clive Palmer says he does not know if he authorised a hefty donation from Queensland Nickel to the Palmer United Party in January last year while he was director of the company.
Former Archbishop of Adelaide Ian George tells the child sexual abuse royal commission in Hobart the Church "provided an avenue and an opportunity" for paedophile Robert Brandenburg.
Five years on from the devastation of severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi, far north Queensland farmers have rebuilt and recovered.
Queensland is well placed in its Sheffield Shield match against high-flying South Australia thanks to a big century from teenage opener Matt Renshaw.
All Queensland hospitals and aged care homes will be forced to regularly test for the potentially deadly legionella bacteria and publicly report results under proposed state laws.
Three cold-call syndicates are busted on the Gold Coast after allegedly fleecing millions of dollars from Australians by promising they can get rich quick on foreign currency exchanges or sports betting.
Farmers near Chinchilla in southern Queensland have finally started picking and sending their fruit to market after a horrific season which saw many hectares of watermelons destroyed by multiple hail storms.
Indigenous student Josh Harmer is becoming one of the nation's most sought-after paramedic science undergraduates, yet he was once a victim of racist and homophobic bullying and was told to drop out of high school.
Staff at Karumba's Barramundi Discovery Centre say they might not be able to supply young fish to restock dams in 2016.