Kim Stephens Bruce Highway closed after truck slams into Anzac Avenue overpass.
Marissa Calligeros A jury is yet to reach a verdict in the trial of Daniel Morcombe's accused killer Brett Peter Cowan.
Marissa Calligeros The jury has retired to consider its verdict in the Daniel Morcombe murder trial.
Tony Moore Second range crossing to save 40 minutes and 16 sets of traffic lights, and be done by 2018.
Tony Moore New coal seam gas wells in the Surat Basin will jump from 1000 a year to 1900 a year, according to a Brisbane-based CSG supply company.
Queensland is about to swelter in a heatwave, with the mercury tipped to reach close to 50C in some parts of the state this week.
Kim Stephens Coal train dust could be contributing to a dramatic reduction in lung function in Brisbane children, a paediatrician has warned.
Marissa Calligeros It is known as the ‘Straddie barge’ and usually ferries backpackers, day-trippers and campers to and from southeast Queensland’s Stradbroke Island.
Marissa Calligeros A central Queensland town has run dry after a major failure at its water treatment plant.
Katherine Feeney A ban on plastic bags has been ruled out by the state government as part of a waste management strategy being developed to tackle Queensland's growing rubbish problem
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.
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.
Marissa Calligeros A truck has crashed into a home at Annerley, in Brisbane's southern suburbs.
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.
Brisbane Live At Work: Wednesday, January 16, 2013
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.