Brisbane Live At Work: Wednesday May 1
Maddison Johnstone The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has approved a billion-dollar coal seam gas pipeline that will run from Bowen to Gladstone in central Queensland.
As flood waters swell throughout Brisbane, the city relives the horrors of 2011.
Tony Moore and Marissa Calligeros Queensland’s electricty union has declared it will campaign against any sell-off of government-owned energy suppliers in the government’s marginal seats.
Bridie Jabour Brisbane is bracing for suburban flooding this weekend, with up to 300 millimetres of rain expected to fall.
All the latest news on the wild weather hitting southeast Queensland, and more.
Tony Moore The Bjelke-Petersen government considered gifting 800 hectares of prime crown land on North Stradbroke Island to developers in order to build a bridge across Moreton Bay, a 1982 cabinet document...
Staff reporters Thousands of public service workers attended a series of co-ordinated protests against the Newman government's first budget.
Daniel Hurst A mining industry lobby group has denied the Great Barrier Reef will become a “coal superhighway”, amid fallout from a United Nations report warning about the future of the World Heritage site.
Emma Mcbryde A Vietnam War veteran's feud with his neighbour escalated when he armed himself with a nail gun and threatened to kill the man.
Kathryn Greensill When Bradley John Hansen's father discovered signs his son was cooking up drugs, he called the police.
Daniel Hurst It's crunch time for a proposal to allow couples to register their relationships as "civil unions" in Queensland. brisbanetimes.com.
Daniel Hurst The Liberal National Party and independents have failed to prevent the debate on same-sex civil unions from going ahead in Queensland Parliament tonight, despite complaints the legislation had...
Daniel Hurst The Bligh Government has dismissed suggestions its child endowment fund proposal is similar to a policy championed by former federal Labor leader Mark Latham in 2002.
Tony Moore Bob Katter should have taught Queensland history when I was at school. It would have been passionate, loud and abrupt, opinionated, fun, full of laughs, facts, fantasy, shouting matches, the odd...
Emily Blatchford A Queensland magistrate has opted to take a month to make a difficult decision on whether to send a pregnant 17-year-old girl to jail after finding her guilty of 16 offences.
Queensland mother Daniel Mackenzie has lived through one of a parent's worst nightmares - not once, but twice.
Georgia Waters Three people have been charged after they were reportedly seen 'planking' on the roof of a moving car in Toowoomba earlier this week.