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Local custodians will be able to carry out essential maintenance on memorials honouring Queenslanders who have died in war, ensuring many more people will have the opportunity to enjoy them for generations to come.
Queensland Energy Minister Mark McArdle has called on the new Baird Government to increase New South Wales gas supplies to provide cost relief to consumers.
A young miner from Cairns wrote a poem on his way to fight in WWI, and it became the epitaph of another young soldier’s life.
Cooktown will host the fourteenth Community Cabinet on the 25 and 26 May.
War veterans travelling to and from ANZAC Day events on Friday 25 April will receive free travel on any South East Queensland transport service.
‘Don’t let concern become regret – make the call to DVConnect’: That’s the message from Communities Minister Tracy Davis in the lead up to Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month 2014.
Thousands of people from 33 countries will descend on Cairns this weekend for the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup at the Smithfield Regional Park, providing another boost for the local tourism market.
The trails of Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park which survived Cyclone Ita are now set to weather a storm of cyclists, with the fourth round of Cycling Australia’s Cross Country Marathon to be held this Anzac Day.
Cyclone Ita failed to foil the Easter plans of many Queenslanders, with perfect weather and back to back long weekends resulting in bumper national park visitor numbers.
A $3 million incentive to improve vaccination rates has been posted by the State Government in a bid to inspire local strategies that protect young Queenslanders.Health Minister Lawrence Springborg said that while our state-wide vaccination rates are among the best in Australia, ...
A pilot project funded by Queensland Urban Utilities will not only have big environmental benefits but, will also demonstrate a way to help moderate water prices.
Queenslanders are being encouraged to recognise the many Indigenous Australians who’ve served in the military on the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One.
About 500 local jobs have been created by television’s favourite trio of mermaids making a big splash with Mako Mermaids now filming at Village Roadshow Studios on the Gold Coast.
A new late-night taxi pick-up zone will provide a safer place to wait for a cab on the Sunshine Coast.
A Queensland research breakthrough could relieve the suffering of millions of chemotherapy patients around the world.
A new patrol vessel, jointly funded by the Commonwealth and Queensland governments, will soon take to the water to monitor and protect the Great Barrier Reef.
Federal Minister for Justice, Michael Keenan, and Queensland Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services, Jack Dempsey, today announced that further assistance is being provided to communities hardest hit by Tropical Cyclone Ita.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Jarrod Bleijie has instructed the Director of Public Prosecutions to appeal the sentence of Richard Quincy Williams, who was convicted of rape and other offences in the Southport District Court on 7 April 2014.
Almost 600 local community organisations across Queensland will share in over $12.4 million in the latest round of State Government community benefit grants.
Queensland motorists are being congratulated for staying safe on the roads over the Easter period maintaining one of the lowest road tolls on record.
More than 16,000 Queenslanders have had their say on how to lower Queensland’s debt to a sustainable level through the ‘Strong Choices’ website in its first full week of operation.
A new tourism marketing campaign to attract Brisbane and interstate visitors to Tropical North Queensland will start screening this week.
Students and teachers have been welcomed back to school across the state for what will be an exciting and busy second term.
North Queensland banana farmers have received a boost with the Queensland Government negotiating arrangements to ensure growers can certify fruit from fallen plants after Tropical Cyclone Ita.
Queensland secondary students are being given the chance of a lifetime with the opportunity to be part of the Centenary of Anzac celebrations in Gallipoli next year.
Premier Campbell Newman will today welcome their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Queensland.
Holiday makers are reminded to be ‘gas safe’ over the Easter Holidays when using portable gas appliances.
The Queensland Government will consider ‘calling in’ the development application for the proposed Masters Home Improvement Store in Bundaberg, following a request from council.
Easter picnic and camping trips are back on track after rangers pulled out all the stops to reopen national parks in the Daintree and other areas in northern and central Queensland, in the aftermath of Cyclone Ita.
Queensland revellers will experience the benefits of safer party precincts this weekend, following the launch of a joint policing effort to crack down on alcohol-fuelled violence and antisocial behaviour.