Folker Hanusch, University of the Sunshine Coast Most Australian journalists describe themselves as left-wing, yet amongst those who wield the real power in the country’s newsrooms, the Coalition holds a winning lead.
Brisbane Live At Work: Friday April 19
Bridie Jabour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teenagers could be supported by the government for six months after finishing school in changes to the education system being considered by the state government.
Marissa Calligeros A young woman has become the first person to die in Australia from the superbug XDR-TB.
Katherine Feeney The chilling results of an investigation into child deaths due to assault or neglect reveal the state’s youngest are most at risk of dying at the hands of their parents or guardians.
Marissa Calligeros Community elders say counselling services are key to easing the social issues contributing to simmering racial tensions in Logan, south of Brisbane.
Brisbane Live At Work: Monday, January 15, 2013
Marissa Calligeros The grieving family of a young, passionate conservationist, who perished in the Simpson Desert after his four-wheel drive became bogged, say he was experienced in the bush.
Katherine Feeney Going back into the closet after decades living freely is a very real prospect for some of about 25,000 same-sex-attracted over-65s in greater Brisbane looking into aged-care.
Tony Moore More than 4100 Queensland Health employees will be paid redundancies, the Newman government revealed as it detailed the 14,000 public service jobs to go in one of the largest-ever transformations of...
Marissa Calligeros A federal opposition MP says the LNP risks being branded a ‘‘mob of bigots’’ after voting to abolish Abstudy support payments to indigenous students at its state convention in Brisbane at the weekend.
Police are trying to establish the movements of a man whose body was found on a beach near Townsville.
Evan Schwarten A week ago Malcolm Mabo was bracing himself for a drawn-out legal fight with an iconic Australian brand over the copyright of his own surname.
Amy Remeikis More than 200 police have descended on Musgrave Park in Brisbane's West End this morning to move indigenous tent embassy protesters, resulting in more than 30 arrests.