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Brisbane Airport flights delayed by car on runway

Kristian Silva Flights resume after woman drove car onto runway.

High security fences for Brisbane Airport ahead of G20

The fence area breached when a woman drove a car onto the Brisbane Airport airfield.

Kristian Silva Brisbane Airport’s operations manager says high security fencing will ensure G20 leaders won’t be placed at risk in November, following an incident where a woman used a car to smash her...

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Dredging to build second Brisbane Airport runway begins in weeks

Tony Moore Sand from near Moreton Island will later this month be sucked up and spread across 350 hectares of swamp to begin building Brisbane Airport's $1.3billion new runway.

Justin Bieber's assistant admits drug possession at Brisbane Airport

Justin Bieber.

Justin Bieber's executive assistant on the pop star's recent Australian tour has been handed a twelve-month good behaviour bond after he was busted with cannabis at Brisbane Airport.

Brisbane Airport rocked by sexual abuse allegations

Brisbane Airport

Tony Moore Police have been asked to investigate serious sexual abuse allegations at Brisbane Airport.

Brisbane Airport cross-runway set to reopen

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Simon Holt Brisbane Airport Corporation will re-open the cross-runway on Thursday, a move which is expected to improve scheduling by about five per cent.

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Man falls to death at Brisbane airport

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Kim Stephens A 42-year-old UK man fell to his death at Brisbane airport on Thursday night.

Steroid tablets found in suitcase at Brisbane Airport

Marissa Calligeros A woman has been arrested after allegedly trying to smuggle more than 5500 steroid tablets in her suitcase to Brisbane.

Live: Brisbane under terror cloud as police raid homes

Forensic police remove items from the Creek Road home.

Early morning raids in Brisbane on Thursday have put the city on high alert. As information comes to hand, we'll tell the story as it unfolds.

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Lord Mayor's business awards include ninjas and trampolines

The success of Vuly Trampolines has been recognised via the Lord Mayor's Business Awards.

Eveline Fielding Graham Quirk has named a diverse selection for the 2014 Lord Mayor's Business Awards.

Man charged with murder over Tingalpa shooting

Forensics police at the scene of the Tingalpa shooting.

Kristian Silva Senior cop says murder probe has been his "most intense" ever.

Port confirms salt farm being checked as possible dredge site

Tony Moore The company that operates Abbot Point coal terminal near Bowen confirmed it is investigating a 300 hectare salt farm near Bowen as a potential site to store dredge spoil.

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Bristix paves the way for cheap Brisbane Festival tickets

Scene from DESH.

Natalie Bochenski Brisbane Times today launches Bristix, an exciting new concept in collaboration with Brisbane Festival organisers.

Police release guide to G20 transport changes

Kristian Silva With November’s G20 Summit approaching, police have released a snapshot guide for residents likely to be impacted by road closures and public transport delays.

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Inside Brisbane's billion dollar inner-city land debate

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Tony Moore From the air over South Brisbane you can see how out-of-place the series of industrial sites along the Brisbane River opposite Milton – virtually in the middle of the city – are in 2014.

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2014 Brisbane Festival program a delight for the child within

Staged 40 metres in the air at Reddacliff Place, Grupo Puja will open the 2014 Brisbane Festival.

Natalie Bochenski Festival features fairytale light garden, inflatable labyrinth, opera about Walt Disney and Alice in Wonderland-inspired aerial acrobatics.

Archerfield's bid for airlines stalls

Archerfield Airport

Cameron Atfield Bid to attract regular passenger services hits stumbling block.

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Brisbane weather: Coldest morning in 10 months

Brisbane has had its coldest morning since August last year.

Kristian Silva Brisbane residents have shivered through the coldest morning since August last year, with the temperature dropping to 5.3 degrees at the Brisbane Airport.

Drug trafficking raids: inside the alleged syndicates

Cash seized in raids by the anti-bikie squad in Brisbane and the Gold Coast over the past two days.

Kristian Silva A drug-trafficking syndicate exploited flaws in domestic airport security to smuggle millions of dollars worth of drugs from Victoria to Queensland, police allege.

State assets are attractive investments: QIC chair

Port of Townsville is one of the state assets the government is considering selling off.

Amy Remeikis The chair of the Queensland Investment Corporation believes appetite for infrastructure investments is growing, with demand often outstripping supply around the world.

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