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Brisbane needs to grow up, not out: Infrastructure Australia

Brisbane needs to grow up, not out: Infrastructure Australia

Brisbane will be challenged to squeeze in almost half a million new homes by 2041 while maintaining liveability.

  • by Felicity Caldwell

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Dee Madigan committed contempt of Parliament with 'toddler tantrum' tweet

Dee Madigan committed contempt of Parliament with 'toddler tantrum' tweet

Advertising executive Dee Madigan committed a contempt of the Queensland Parliament over her tweet about LNP member Jarrod Bleijie.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
More than 425 tonnes of toxic firefighting foam remains in Queensland
Government

More than 425 tonnes of toxic firefighting foam remains in Queensland

A Queensland-wide audit discovered toxic firefighting foams were still being used at 211 of 468 Queensland sites in August 2017 after the Queensland government's June 2017 ban began.

  • by Tony Moore
Plans to extend multimillion-dollar taxi class action to Queensland
Uber

Plans to extend multimillion-dollar taxi class action to Queensland

The peak body representing the taxi industry in Queensland has stopped short of recommending its members join a nationwide class action.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
New vision for South Bank as planning for 2050 begins
Government

New vision for South Bank as planning for 2050 begins

The South Bank arbour and beach will be protected under a new vision for the 42-hectare precinct, which attracted about 14 million visitors last year.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
The gifts received by Queensland's ministers revealed
Annastacia Palaszczuk

The gifts received by Queensland's ministers revealed

A Gucci scarf, gold shovels and a signed photo of Prince Charles and Camilla were among the gifts bestowed on Queensland ministers last year.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
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Unusual opportunity for Queensland musicians to be heard by thousands

Unusual opportunity for Queensland musicians to be heard by thousands

This music reaches thousands of people who might not give it a second thought.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Bikies use government's own bill to protest association ban
Bikie gangs

Bikies use government's own bill to protest association ban

Odin's Warriors members say proposed human rights laws should also apply to bikies, such as freedom of association and the right to reputation.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Fines for unregistered vehicles jump 45 per cent after stickers dumped
Government

Fines for unregistered vehicles jump 45 per cent after stickers dumped

But the Transport Minister played down the spike, saying more cars and cameras were on the road.

  • by Toby Crockford
Move to ban political donations from companies should not succeed: committee
Michael Berkman

Move to ban political donations from companies should not succeed: committee

A Greens plan to ban companies from donating to state and council politicians should not succeed, a parliamentary committee says.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
The worst suburbs for debts from unpaid tolls and fines in Queensland
Household debt

The worst suburbs for debts from unpaid tolls and fines in Queensland

The total debt to the State Penalties Enforcement Registry has risen to $1.23 billion.

  • by Felicity Caldwell