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A former soldier is seeking Federal Court intervention on how the pensions of injured veterans are split during divorce settlements.
The low-toll honeymoon is over for users of Brisbane's Legacy Way tunnel with the last stage of price increases coming into effect today with a trip costing $4.85.
A 14-year-old boy reported missing in Dysart is believed to be driving unlicensed and police are worried he could hurt himself and other motorists.
Businesses across the state are frustrated so many public holidays are occurring so close together, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland says.
The Queensland Government to invest another $5 million for wild dog fencing in the hope of rebuilding the State's sheep industry.
The sugarcane industry could be next on the list to utilise drones for improved farm production.
An Asian market consultant has told fruit and vegetable growers to prioritise value-adding their produce if they want to tap into the opportunities for export.
Thousands of Queenslanders march through the streets for Labour Day, which has been returned to May after it was marked in October for the past three years.
Queensland's economy is ranked fifth in Australia, however business confidence is improving, two separate reports show.
The latest State of the States report shows NSW remains the country's best-performing economy, but Victoria is edging closer to the top spot.
How this reggae musician became one of Australia's first Indigenous doctors and is inspiring the next generation of young Aboriginal students to follow in his footsteps.
Sydney star Luke Parker admits his team was "dominated" at the contested ball by the lowly Brisbane Lions, despite the Swans' three point win.
Vast areas of Queensland have experienced the hottest May night since records began, some of which stretch back to the 1800s.
Two hikers are rescued from Mount Beerwah, north of Brisbane, after one badly cut his leg in treacherous conditions on Saturday.
The Cronulla Sharks hold on to beat the Brisbane Broncos at Shark Park after earlier wins to the Storm and Warriors. Follow our live blog as round nine NRL action continues.
Thousands of tourists descend on the outback Queensland town of Barcaldine to mark 125 years since the famous shearers' strikes of 1891 which birthed the Australian Labor Party.
The Queensland Government is being petitioned to appoint a second police commissioner in Queensland, one of Indigenous heritage, to help tackle the high incarceration rates.
Queensland Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg dismisses reports of a spill, adding any challenger would draw the ire of the partyroom.
An injury to Samu Kerevi sours the Reds' win over the Cheetahs in Brisbane, while the Brumbies and Rebels both suffer defeats.
Almost half a million dollars in extra funding will help prevent Zika virus from spreading in north Queensland, the Federal Health Minister says.