More than 150 Vinnies stores have closed down across Queensland as the charity organisation pleads for people to stop dumping unwanted goods outside their shop fronts...
Police have begun stepping up patrols on Gold Coast beaches ahead of their closure, with groups of more than two threatened with hefty fines.
Eight staff from a laboratory at Ipswich Hospital have gone into quarantine after a contractor tested positive to pandemic coronavirus. It comes as cases in far north...
While you may think your social distancing efforts are adequate, chances are you are wrong.
There’s something fishy in the air, in the most positive sense, on the southern side of the Gold Coast Airport. Here’s the latest Coast development.
Judging by the criticisms, few realise the reality of hotel quarantine beyond what social media tells them.
‘Parliament must act to reduce the suffering of Queenslanders for whom palliative care fails’
A $170 million freight assist package might not be enough to guarantee survival, warns Southern Downs agriculture.
LOCAL business fights to provide access to vital amenities.
SOUTHERN Downs producers haven’t been forgotten amid the coronavirus outbreak, with extensions granted for drought assistance.
Authorities have announced expanded testing for coronavirus in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Cairns – and this time it's to anyone who shows symptoms.
Maranoa MP David Littleproud said the Australian Government have put temporary measures in place to allow important work in the agriculture sector to continue.
The Queensland travel giant will ask investors for $700 million to ensure the company stays afloat through the pandemic.
The 2020 Ekka has been cancelled for only the third time in its 144-year history, falling victim to the coronavirus pandemic.
Palazzo Versace condominium owners have called a crisis meeting, saying their body corporate company faces going bust
Coronavirus disruptions to education would mean an extra year of school for every Australian student under a worst-case scenario the federal government is desperately...
The three beaches will be closed after locals and out-of-towners flocked to the sand to enjoy the perfect weather.
A woman has been fined $1000 breaking a 14-day mandatory quarantine to go to seven different shops.
The lack of sense from union bosses demanding pay rises for public servants while thousands are thrown out of work is breathtaking, writes Peter Gleeson.
The final stages to repair a giant sink hole that threatened to swallow properties in Sunrise Beach will begin this week.