Toowoomba will hold a memorial service on Sunday for Roger and Jill Guard who perished when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine.
Queensland's last productive uranium mine will be reopened under a plan to resume mining the resource in the state.
Amy Remeikis Campbell Newman said he was a "servant of the people", as he effectively dodged and weaved anything the opposition threw at him during his morning's estimates hearings session.
Amy Remeikis Tourism Minister Jann Stuckey has been asked to explain why a Brisbane advertising campaign seemingly promotes Sydney.
Tony Moore Station escapes axe in 5 billion underground Bus and Train project.
Natalie Bochenski Andrew McMillen spent the decade between 15 and 25 being very anti-drugs, sticking instead to binge drinking whenever he wanted to relax or party.
Amy Remeikis The Queensland government has decided the advertising industry is doing enough to regulate itself, but has left itself the option of coming in with a bigger stick if advertisers don’t abide by...
Tony Moore Car pooling is back, but with a difference.
Marissa Calligeros Six people have been rescued from an upturned boat in Moreton Bay, off Brisbane.
Kim Stephens Police are searching for a two-year-old girl taken from her Willowbank home.
Six people have contracted measles in north Brisbane, but authorities are unable to say where the outbreak of the highly contagious disease originated from.
Kristian Silva Five people and two dogs rescued as Gold Coast receiving more than 300mm of rain.
Eamonn Duff, Anne Tarasov, Rory Callinan Four men and a woman were killed on Saturday in a fiery plane crash at a Queensland airfield.
Kristian Silva Murdered French student Sophie Collombet turned down the offer of a lift home on the night she was killed in a South Brisbane park.
Marissa Calligeros Police have taken DNA samples from more than 20 people as they investigate the unusual kidnapping of Queensland toddler Chloe Campbell.
Tony Moore House of Power forum tackles everything from nuclear energy to airport noise.
The mistress of a Queensland MP who photographed his penis in a glass of red wine says she "enjoyed the people's money" when the pair went on official trips together.
Staff reporters A body has been recovered from a shallow grave at Algester.
Natalie Bochenski One in five Australians has experienced discrimination over the past year, with that number jumping to more than one in three for recent immigrants.
Natalie Bochenski Sunday February 10 marks the start of the Chinese New Year, with 2013 being the Year of the Snake.