A search is about to resume for six men missing in a boat in the Torres Strait.
Tony Moore They were still serving lunch at the Echidna Magic cafe on top of Brisbane's Mount Gravatt Lookout on Wednesday, but Tuesday night's Brisbane City Council meeting has ended the magic for its cafe...
Kristian Silva Over the years, killers, thugs and everyday crooks have left their mark on Brisbane. They've also, quite literally, left their mark on the Boggo Road Gaol.
Kristian Silva Police say a drug and gun smuggling syndicate between Australia and Papua New Guinea has been shut down, seizing nearly 1000 cannabis plants and chemicals.
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Amy Remeikis Health minister worried "scores" of suspected carriers are not being properly traced.
Amy Remeikis Woman, 32, died after being admitted to Cairns hospital days earlier.
Kristian Silva Woman's mouth and arms taped during Toowoomba home invasion.
Sam Allen-Ankins More than 140 Queensland charities run the risk of having their registration revoked after an investigation by the national regulator. The full list.
An ex-principal and former Australian of the Year finalist who fraudulently claimed millions of taxpayers' dollars for a top Indigenous school will not spend anymore time behind bars.
Muslim leader says some women are too afraid to leave their homes.
Amy Remeikis The government's Telehealth Program, which connects people in the bush to doctors in the city, is being hampered by poor internet speeds.
Amy Remeikis The standard you walk past may be the standard you accept – but what about what you don't talk about?
Amy Remeikis State owned power companies, Powerlink, Ergon and Energex are seeking to remove cultural diversity leave from their employee agreements.
Amy Remeikis Legal community concerned by new offences under the proposed Safe Night Out strategy.
Cameron Atfield Two separate appeals by Queenslanders against decisions to deny them blue cards, enabling them to work with children, have had mixed results in the Queensland Civil and Administration Tribunal.
Amy Remeikis After dodging questions about political issues and distractions, Premier Campbell Newman finally has something he is more than happy to talk about.
Kristian Silva A man has been threatened with a syringe and robbed while sitting in his car at Inala, police say.
Natalie Bochenski To support NAIDOC week, the State Library of Queensland has issued a handy guide on how to say “g’day” in more than 20 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
Cameron Atfield New research that has calculated an Aboriginal death toll of more than 65,000 in Queensland alone during the so-called frontier wars has renewed calls for formal recognition at the Australian War...