Staff Reporters A Queensland judge has adjourned a hearing over comments the premier made about courts granting bail to bikies.
Amy Remeikis Fresh from passing the nation’s “toughest bikie laws” Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie will now alter legislation to bypass the courts to keep the state’s “worst sex offenders in jail” for life.
Daniel Hurst Brisbane's existing Supreme Court site could be used for a four- or five-star hotel development under a Liberal National Party plan to sell off state government-owned CBD land for tourism uses.
Tony Moore Brisbane's 10 federal magistrates are drowning in family disputes, with the number of cases growing by 9.3 per cent, and the number yet to be finalised swelling by 21 per cent, Australia-wide.
A review of Queensland laws will likely see more sex offenders tracked by GPS, Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie says.
Amy Remeikis The federal government has agreed to ensure that baby Ferouz and his family receive “a fair process” before any decision is made to return them to Nauru.
All charges against former Bundaberg surgeon Jayant Patel will be dropped except for four fraud charges, a crown prosecutor has announced.
Tony Moore An 82 storey, 274-metre tall apartment tower looks set to be built on the North Quay side of the old Supreme and District Court site on George Street.
The Queensland premier is behaving like a little dictator intent on undermining democracy, wannabe federal MP Clive Palmer says.
Miranda Forster Jayant Patel's patient hopes the former Bundaberg surgeon will stand trial yet again over allegations of grievous bodily harm.
Amy Remeikis Queensland lawyers are planning on hurting the government where it counts - in the voting booths.
Amy Remeikis It has been an extraordinary week for the man they have labeled the Boy Wonder.
Marissa Calligeros The Director of Public Prosecutions will ask the Supreme Court to review the bail granted to an accused Rebels bikie who walked from court on Tuesday.
Amy Remeikis Premier says government introduced tough new laws because the “system was failing”.
Violent thugs will be sent to therapy under a new plan to clean up the Gold Coast’s party precincts.
Kim Stephens A Gold Coast developer will have to provide two lifeboats, a helipad, a three day food supply and a tractor at a residential estate it plans to build due to concerns over its placement on a flood...
Natalie Bochenski For a decade, Michael Barnes took a central seat when the worst of humanity was scrutinised.
Natalie Bochenski Talented violinist Richard Pollett rode his bike for the last time along Moggill Road on September 27, 2011.
Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Phil Lutton True to his word, John Millman went down flinging leather. Andy Murray was shaken, then finally stirred to put the game Queensland qualifier back in his box at the Brisbane International last night.