Amy Remeikis He stood and spoke on behalf of client Scott Driscoll as the former MP made a last ditch plea for mercy.
Amy Remeikis They are the ‘strong choices’ Queensland has been told it has to make, but users of the ‘people’s budget’ have complained their choices have already been made for them.
Amy Remeikis The Independent Commission Against Corruption’s hearing into Australian Water Holdings dealings may have moved on from its mention of Campbell Newman, but Queensland politics has not.
Amy Remeikis Another day, another poll and another bad result for the Queensland government.
Amy Remeikis The government has been accused of winding back reforms put in place after the Fitzgerald Inquiry, after pushing through changes to the budget estimates process.
Amy Remeikis As the judiciary and the government attempt to move on from the latest skirmish dividing George Street, attention is turning to who will replace Walter Sofronoff as the state’s second law officer.
Amy Remeikis The state’s corruption watchdog will be renamed and refocused under wide-sweeping reforms the government plans to introduce to parliament on Wednesday afternoon.
Amy Remeikis The government will have the power to appoint the Crime and Corruption Commission chair, CEO and commissioners without bipartisan support under its planned reforms.
Amy Remeikis Government MPs will have to make a united front on asset sales, after Jeff Seeney warned that in politics, “disunity is death”.
Amy Remeikis Attorney-General says Fortitude Valley revellers can make some noise about licensing changes.
Amy Remeikis Labor backs government response to drought, but not ready to declare natural disaster.
Amy Remeikis Both sides of Queensland's parliament approve of the choice of Peter Cosgrove as the next Governor-General.
Tony Moore Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie has dismissed Tony Fitzgerald QC’s criticism of the Newman Government’s law reform process.
Tony Moore Campbell Newman says former premier Anna Bligh’s criticism of the Queensland judiciary for being out of touch, showed Labor was ’hypocritical’ in attacking his governments’ bikie and sex offenders...
Staff Reporters A Queensland judge has adjourned a hearing over comments the premier made about courts granting bail to bikies.
Amy Remeikis The opposition has promised “fireworks” with the government set to pass its 252-page industrial relations bill next week, just six weeks after it was introduced.
The head of Queensland’s independent corruption watchdog is facing new calls to quit amid claims he’s been doing the government’s bidding.
Amy Remeikis The government has continued to support the acting head of the Crime and Misconduct Commission, despite calls for an independent judicial inquiry into whether he had misled a parliamentary committee.
Amy Remeikis The head of the parliamentary crime and misconduct committee has had to use time set down for private member's statements in order to report the committee's recommendations to parliament.
Amy Remeikis Just 18 months ago, independent MP Liz Cunningham was described as "a highly respected Member of Parliament with over 15 years experience", whose independence would be a boon to the Crime and...