Katherine Feeney Brisbane's public transport system has fallen behind its counterparts, according to a major national report that praises Perth and Sydney as models for best-practice.
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Katherine Feeney Some motorists might disagree but according to a new report congestion on Brisbane's roads is getting better, not worse.
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Amy Remeikis They have been billed as the “toughest anti-hooning laws in the nation” but motoring and four-wheel driving enthusiasts now fear they will be caught in the state government’s "hoon" net.
Katherine Feeney Premier Campbell Newman has unveiled the prize piece of his government's so-called open data revolution, Queensland Globe.
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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.
Marissa Calligeros Easter holidaymakers may face less traffic congestion on the M3 from Thursday when the T2 lanes are officially removed.
Bridie Jabour Letters between the state and federal governments reveal the extent of wrangling over flood relief funding going as far back as June last year.
Amy Remeikis Hoons' cars could be seized and crushed after just their second offence, under proposed changes to Queensland laws.
Stephen King, Monash University The Airport Link tunnel is the fourth in a series of PPP toll road failures, including Sydney’s Lane Cove and Cross City tunnels, and Brisbane’s Clem7. We need better ways to handle the project risk.
Amy Remeikis In what resembled more of a tweak than the hinted-at reshuffle, Premier Campbell Newman named his pick for a minister to replace scandal-prone Ros Bates and two assistant ministers to be added to his...
As flood waters swell throughout Brisbane, the city relives the horrors of 2011.
Marissa Calligeros Queensland Rail will test the brakes on a passenger train similar to one that crashed into a station east of Brisbane almost a fortnight ago.
Katherine Feeney The Newman government has firmly rejected calls for a review of Brisbane's public transport zone system despite expert criticism and a public outcry over the latest round of fare increases.
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