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Almost 6,000 farmers have received welfare payments since July last year, with the highest uptake in safe Nationals seats, Freedom of Information documents show.
Queensland captain Cameron Smith admits it will be hard to replace the "heart and soul" of the Maroons, retired great Justin Hodges.
Corey Oates and Justin O'Neill will make their State Of Origin debuts on June 1 after being named in Queensland's side for Game I.
Authorities search for a man who has been missing in Queensland's Gold Coast hinterland for four days after phoning police on Saturday to say he had become lost.
Farmers are calling for the National Broadband Network to roll out more fixed wireless services in remote and regional areas, with many fearing they will be limited to satellite internet access.
Tyson John Taylor is found guilty of both murder and attempted murder of Brisbane rugby league referee Tony McGrath.
South east Queensland suicide prevention advocates are supporting a national call for all federal candidates to declare how they will tackle the issue.
Police investigating the disappearance of a 44-year-old man discover human remains on a Laidley West property, west of Brisbane.
Four new suburbs are created in Logan to house a predicted population boom between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
Cane famer John Galea plans to start a new industry in north Queensland — recycling tyres.
Airlie Beach's Safe Night Precinct says new funding to install closed-circuit TV (CCTV) in the nightlife area is a great win for the north Queensland community.
Controversial former MP Pauline Hanson is a "realistic" chance of winning a Queensland Senate seat at the double dissolution election after changes to voting rules, ABC election analyst Antony Green says.
Capricornia police in central Queensland say they are pleased with the outcome of a road operation targeting unsafe drivers.
A group of young Brisbanites is hoping to change the lives of orphaned children in Africa one brick at a time.
Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission will investigate the leaking of confidential details of former premier Campbell Newman's defamation payout to Hannay Lawyers.
Uncertainty in the sugar market due to the delayed signing of marketing contracts brings major changes for one farming couple in the Burdekin.
Queensland public servants superannuation fund looks set to be raided to pay for infrastructure when the Palaszczuk Government hands down its second budget in three weeks.
Australia's most decorated Olympic shooter, Michael Diamond, has serious personal problems and needs help from the sport, according to fellow gold medallist Russell Mark.