November 2019

Published a story 1st Nov 2019 5:54 AM

The Health Minister has disavowed an email sent to Queensland Health staff with a novel solution to embarrassing IT glitches.

Email suggests how to avoid IT embarrassment

The Health Minister has disavowed an email sent to Queensland Health staff with a novel solution to embarrassing IT glitches.

October 2019

Published a story 31st Oct 2019 12:07 PM

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

Trad won’t answer questions on Green threat

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

Published a story 30th Oct 2019 4:37 AM

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.

Why drum lines ‘won’t work’ in the Whitsundays

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.

Published a story 29th Oct 2019 5:49 PM

Queensland’s political leaders have weighed in on calls from Sunshine Coast indigenous elders for a ban on people climbing their sacred mountains.

Premier says no plans to close Glasshouse Mountains

Queensland’s political leaders have weighed in on calls from Sunshine Coast indigenous elders for a ban on people climbing their sacred mountains.

Published a story 28th Oct 2019 8:38 AM

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”.

IT blow-outs cost taxpayers $1m a week

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”.

Published a story 28th Oct 2019 5:08 AM

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”.

‘Not dying well’: Religions unite against euthanasia

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”.

Published a story 25th Oct 2019 5:08 AM

Southeast Queensland is once again staring down the barrel of water restrictions as the state’s biggest dam sinks to a critical point.

Water restrictions loom as drought hits home

Southeast Queensland is once again staring down the barrel of water restrictions as the state’s biggest dam sinks to a critical point.

Published a story 24th Oct 2019 5:06 PM

The State Government’s controversial anti-protest laws have been passed.

Anti-protest laws passed by Parliament

The State Government’s controversial anti-protest laws have been passed.

Published a story 24th Oct 2019 10:34 AM

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

Anti-protest laws set to be 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

Published a story 23rd Oct 2019 5:21 AM

A Queensland family are being held hostage in their own home by a plague that threatens their health and safety. SEE THE VIDEO

Trapped in own home as bats invade backyard

A Queensland family are being held hostage in their own home by a plague that threatens their health and safety. SEE THE VIDEO

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