Tony Moore Labor called it "plonkism", but Brisbane's City Council's Liberal National Party administration on Tuesday approved the Queensland government's 45-storey William Street development.
Amy Remeikis Increasing the funding allocation for the Rural Fire Service of Queensland could mean robbing the red trucks to pay for the yellow ones, the fire fighters union has warned.
Brisbane Live At Work: Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Bridie Jabour Queensland's former deputy premier Andrew Fraser is the latest member of the state's defeated Labor government to score a position in Sydney but will not be migrating south for the gig.
Marissa Calligeros A truck has crashed into a home at Annerley, in Brisbane's southern suburbs.
Ellen Lutton ONE woman was killed and five people were injured in two accidents involving B-double trucks.
Tony Moore More than 250 City Hall workers watched on today as a landmark moment in Brisbane's history was recreated.
Ellen Lutton THERE was meant to be a convoy of trucks and cars one kilometre long, but in the end Queensland just wasn't passionate enough to drive to Canberra.
Lisa Martin and Darren Cartwright Premier adds muscle to the shovel, joining members of her running group for a floods clean-up working bee at West End.
Staff reporters Patience for "rubbernecking" locals touring Brisbane disaster sites is wearing thin amongst victims battling flood damage around the city.
Ellen Lutton and Selina Charade COMBAT troops were moved to tears as more than 15,000 people honoured the 2500 soldiers of the army's 7th Brigade in Brisbane yesterday.