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Brisbane Live entertainment precinct makes infrastructure priority list

Brisbane Live entertainment precinct makes infrastructure priority list

A proposed 17,000-seat entertainment precinct could attract more international acts to Brisbane, Building Queensland says.

  • by Felicity Caldwell

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'Sorry kids, sorry grandkids': Former Queensland under treasurer slams debt
Queensland Treasury Corporation

'Sorry kids, sorry grandkids': Former Queensland under treasurer slams debt

Respected former senior public servant Leo Hielscher says he supports the Adani mine and a new coal-fired power station in Queensland.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
'I would never have invested into Queensland property'

'I would never have invested into Queensland property'

An Australian citizen was shocked to discover that being overseas for more than six months meant his property was slugged with an 'absentee' tax.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Gabba facelift possible as government considers naming rights sale

Gabba facelift possible as government considers naming rights sale

The LNP has vowed to support the sale, as long as the stadium is not named after a politician and the money is put towards upgrades.

  • by Toby Crockford
Calls for all political donations to be banned in Queensland

Calls for all political donations to be banned in Queensland

A Queensland council has argued that a proposed ban on for-profit corporations donating to politicians does not go far enough.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Stadiums Queensland board replaced

Stadiums Queensland board replaced

The board of Stadiums Queensland has been replaced after it was criticised for its management and the costs imposed on the state's major sporting teams.

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Car rego costs to rise, power bills to go down from today
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Car rego costs to rise, power bills to go down from today

Also, a major social injustice will finally be corrected amid changes to take effect in Queensland from July 1.

  • by Stuart Layt
Queensland's ban on PFAS firefighting foam questioned by professor

Queensland's ban on PFAS firefighting foam questioned by professor

No good alternative to toxic foam is available, a leading academic says.

  • by Alison Brown
Dee Madigan refuses to delete 'toddler tantrum' tweet about LNP MP
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Dee Madigan refuses to delete 'toddler tantrum' tweet about LNP MP

The ad executive has been referred to the parliament's powerful ethics committee over tweet about the LNP's Jarrod Bleijie.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Sacked Logan council chief to fight on to get job back
Queensland councils

Sacked Logan council chief to fight on to get job back

The Supreme Court has dismissed Sharon Kelsey's application for temporary reinstatement, which had earlier been allowed by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.

  • by Mark Solomons
Now Roz won't need divorce before changing gender on birth certificate
Brisbane

Now Roz won't need divorce before changing gender on birth certificate

Before Queensland updated its "outdated, unfair" laws, transgender woman faced having to divorce her wife of 28 years.

  • by Amy Mitchell-Whittington