Amy Remeikis With asset sales firmly back on the state’s agenda but the government vowing not to sell without a mandate, questions were again raised about when Queenslanders would head back to the polls.
Amy Remeikis The government has taken the next step needed to follow through with its privatisation agenda - ordering scoping studies for its assets.
Tony Moore Work on Brisbane's $5 billion Underground Bus and Train project will start on January 14, when geotechnical work begins on the river bed between Gardens Point and South Brisbane.
Cameron Atfield Brisbane has officially become the G20 host city, more than 11 months ahead of the summit that will see the world's most powerful leaders come to Queensland.
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.
Marissa Calligeros and Tony Moore A report on Queensland’s finances shows the state remains $7.7 billion in the red, despite the Newman government’s harsh cost cutting measures.
Clive Palmer threatens to use parliamentary privilege to air the corruption claims.
Tony Moore Queensland's public servants fear a second wave of retrenchments after confirmation that 30 positions were quietly abolished in the Environment Portfolio three weeks ago.
Amy Remeikis The Queensland government has quietly appointed the wife of shadow treasurer Joe Hockey to the QSuper Board.
Amy Remeikis Fine dodgers had managed to outrun the government for so long it has been forced to write off $100 million in unpaid debt.
Amy Remeikis One year, three months and seven days on from the state election and the cost of living continues to dominate Queensland politics.
Brisbane Live At Work: Wednesday June 19
Natalie Bochenski Premier Campbell Newman has described comments by MP Bruce Flegg in secret taped recordings as "gossip".
Natalie Bochenski The state government has pledged to reinvest any proceeds from school sales back into the education sector in response to union fears at least five southeast Queensland primary schools could be at...
Amy Remeikis Queenslanders can expect a $181 hit to their hip pocket from this year's budget, which will earn the state an additional $1 billion.
Tony Moore Historians will look back at Queensland Treasurer Tim Nicholls's first two Budget speeches to see how Queensland shrugged off one natural disaster (2011), shed a government (2012) and then suffered...
Brisbane Live At Work: Wednesday May 1
Marissa Calligeros Mining billionaire Clive Palmer says he’s willing to be poor, eat one meal a day, and spend his time with one woman, to serve the Australian people.
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