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Felicity Caldwell

Felicity Caldwell is state political reporter at the Brisbane Times

ANZ stood to make $6 million if it repriced rural loans

ANZ stood to make $6 million if it repriced rural loans

ANZ stood to make $6 million per year by repricing loans of farming customers following its takeover of Landmark, the banking royal commission has heard.

  • by Felicity Caldwell

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ANZ admits treatment of some farming clients breached bank code

ANZ admits treatment of some farming clients breached bank code

ANZ has acknowledged several instances of "conduct falling below community standards" with its agricultural customers, the royal commission has heard.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Nationals MPs prepared to call for more time to probe farming loans

Nationals MPs prepared to call for more time to probe farming loans

The royal commission will next week grill bankers over their treatment of farmers, following complaints of aggressive enforcement of loan contracts.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
You just got a speeding ticket in a driverless car. Who has to pay it?

You just got a speeding ticket in a driverless car. Who has to pay it?

Compulsory third party insurance and the definition of a "driver" is being reviewed ahead of the introduction of driverless cars in Australia.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Elevated bikeway could solve choke point at Queen's Wharf development

Elevated bikeway could solve choke point at Queen's Wharf development

Queensland's first elevated CBD cycleway could be on its way in a redesign to tackle concerns about safety issues and conflict with pedestrians.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Firefighters have warned bushfire season is becoming longer and more intense

Firefighters have warned bushfire season is becoming longer and more intense

Queensland's top 17 bushfire hot spots have been revealed, as firefighters warn people to get prepared now.

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What you need to know about the plastic bag ban

What you need to know about the plastic bag ban

Staff have been told not to pack groceries into dirty or overloaded reusable bags, as one major supermarket brings in its plastic bag ban. Here is everything you need to know.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Ipswich council again asked to explain why they should not be sacked

Ipswich council again asked to explain why they should not be sacked

The Local Government Minister used beefed up powers, which allow him to sack a council in the "public interest", to send Ipswich a new show cause notice.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Time is near for Queenslanders to buy train ticket with a watch

Time is near for Queenslanders to buy train ticket with a watch

A new public transport ticketing system will be rolled out across the state in a $371 million project which will require 13,500 new tap and go points.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
In defence of debt: Treasurer Jackie Trad hits back

In defence of debt: Treasurer Jackie Trad hits back

Treasurer Jackie Trad has defended the future $83 billion debt bill, arguing the cost of inaction on infrastructure would hurt future generations.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Up to one in five Indigenous babies 'legally invisible'

Up to one in five Indigenous babies 'legally invisible'

A Queensland Ombudsman report has found significant numbers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander births are not being registered.

  • by Felicity Caldwell