The Health Minister has disavowed an email sent to Queensland Health staff with a novel solution to embarrassing IT glitches.
In one of her first press conferences since the state’s corruption watchdog cleared her, Jackie Trad remains coy on whether the Greens pose a threat to her seat
As two more visitors fall victim to shark attacks, the state’s Fisheries Minister says it would be “near impossible” to operate shark drum lines in the Whitsundays.
Queensland’s political leaders have weighed in on calls from Sunshine Coast indigenous elders for a ban on people climbing their sacred mountains.
The State Government has defended the costs of 11 IT projects which have “blown out” by a total of $14.7 million. The Opposition has labelled it “more Labor waste”.
The state’s religious leaders have united in a bid to thwart a push to legalise euthanasia in Queensland. They say voluntary assisted dying is “not dying well”.
Southeast Queensland is once again staring down the barrel of water restrictions as the state’s biggest dam sinks to a critical point.
The State Government’s controversial anti-protest laws have been passed.
Laws which will outlaw "dangerous" lock on devices used by protesters look set to be passed today after debate in which even Labor MPs raised issues with them
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