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Going bananas: QUT team battling fruit-killing fungus

Frank Robson meets the man working to outsmart a killer fungus and save one of the world's most-loved fruits.

Queensland cop shocked to find saltwater croc in truck

Lucy Killip A Queensland cop got a "real shock'' when he discovered a saltwater croc stashed behind the driver's seat of a truck stopped in the state's south west this week.

Murder charge after torture victim Mal Wood dies

A man has been charged with the murder of Ipswich man Mal Wood.

Kristian Silva Ipswich man hospitalised after allegedly being attacked by housemate.

Your Weekend August 1,2,3 | 2014

Greazefest.

It's the first weekend of August, so take advantage of the sunshine and get out and about in the southeast.

Labor MP labels Queensland Plan 'propaganda'

ALP member for Bundamba Jo-Ann Miller

Amy Remeikis It’s a strong plan for a future plan.

Campbell Newman supporter uses PR guru Catriona Pollard as profile photo

Public relations expert Catriona Pollard.

Amy Remeikis The internet can be a murky place, especially for those politically minded.

New twist on car pooling could save $100 a week

CommuterXpress carpooler Mark Vaney with Brisbane's deputy mayor, Cr Adrian Schrinner.

Tony Moore Car pooling is back, but with a difference.

Michelle Phan YouTube copyright case: who really suffers?

YouTube sensation Michelle Phan.

Nicolas Suzor and Eleanor Angel, Queensland University of Technology The latest case of a popular YouTube blogger being sued for using music by other artists in her videos without permission raises the question of who really benefits from the re-use of music.

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Clem7 resumption settled after eight years

Kim Stephens Council pays $5m to Windsor couple who had three lots resumed for tunnel.

Light plane crashes in Runcorn, south of Brisbane

A pilot and passenger were lucky to survive when this light plane made an emergency landing in Runcorn, south of Brisbane.
Photo: Brad Wood

Kristian Silva Light plane narrowly avoids homes and train station.

Arts college set to be approved without parking

Warrnambool 2014 Fun4Kids festival. Day 2. Pictured is Victorian College of the Arts Secondary school performers in the Lighthouse theatre, Dancers Shardae Matthews, Jordan Jacobs and Lachlan Heyes. 140630DW32 Picture: DAMIAN WHITE

Kim Stephens Purpose-built private arts college in South Brisbane backed by City Hall.

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Runcorn crash-landing plane involved in similar incident in August 2013

Kristian Silva A light plane that crash-landed in a Runcorn field on Wednesday was involved in a near-identical incident 12 months ago when its engine failed.

Gold Coast police TV series accused of being government PR campaign

Qld police

BRISBANE, July 30 AAP - Queensland's police minister says he did not authorise a new TV series about crime fighting on the Gold Coast, amid claims the government is using senior police to push its...

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Brisbane City Council pays couple $5m after long legal battle

Court.

Kim Stephens An eight year legal tussle over land compulsorily acquired by Brisbane City Council to make way for the Clem7 tunnel has finally come to an end.

Towards Q30 - The Queensland Plan is here

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman (right) is shown a 
devastated banana plantation by Greg McLean, Mayor of the Indigenous township of 
Hope Vale, 70 kilometres north of Cooktown, Sunday, April 13, 2014. The town was 
hit by Cyclone Ita which made landfall in the area on Friday night as a category 
four storm. (AAP Image/Dan Peled) NO ARCHIVING


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Amy Remeikis After dodging questions about political issues and distractions, Premier Campbell Newman finally has something he is more than happy to talk about.

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Brisbane's car park gold mines revealed

Brisbane City Council expects to receive $20.89 million from parking meters and $27.9 million from parking fines in 2014-15.

Tony Moore Figures reveal Brisbane's parking revenue hotspots, with the council set to rake in $48 million from parking meters and fines in the next year.

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Queensland Labor endorses another criminal lawyer

Queensland Labor's candidate for Moggill, Louisa Pink.

Queensland's Labor opposition has preselected another criminal lawyer to run as a candidate at the next state election.

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French student's accused killer in Qld court

Sophie Collombet

The man accused of murdering French student Sophie Collombet has appeared briefly in a Brisbane court.

Brisbane Transport chief to leave post after 14 years

BCC has refused to renew Brisbane Transport chief Alan Warren's contract.

Tony Moore Brisbane City Council has sacked the man who has made Brisbane’s buses run on time for the past 14 years, as it opens the door to privatising Brisbane’s profitable bus runs.

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Woman drove at cops in Woodridge: police

Kristian Silva Woman allegedly twice tried to run police officers over in stolen car.