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Qld school fire appears suspicious: police

Fire has torn through a heritage-listed Queensland school, with initial investigations suggesting it was deliberately lit. Full story »

Proud Qld veterans march for fallen mates

Queensland veterans have used whatever means possible to march for their mates during the 2017 Anzac Day parade in Brisbane. Full story »

Elderly Qld anglers die on fishing trip

The bodies of an elderly man and woman have both been found after a central Queensland fishing trip went wrong. Full story »

Two elderly Queensland anglers found dead

An elderly man and woman have both been found dead after they went on a fishing trip on the central Queensland coast yesterday.  Full story »


Family Anzac Day history grows on GC

Trevor Mailman's family link to Anzac Day stretches back to the beaches of Gallipoli and now the Gold Coast-based veteran's grandchildren are involved. Full story »

Suspicious fire destroys Dalby school buildings

One of Queensland's oldest public schools has been damaged by a fire that appears to have been deliberately lit. Full story »


Foggy start to Brisbane Anzac services

The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting fog to sweep across parts of Brisbane as thousands commemorate Anzac Day. Full story »

Gold Coast dawn service attracts thousands

From light horsemen on the beach to a special burial at sea ceremony, Gold Coast has honoured Anzac Day with a unique dawn service. Full story »

Brisbane fills Anzac Square dawn service

Thousands have filled Brisbane's Anzac Square to overflowing to remember Australians who have fought in wars on the 102nd anniversary of the Gallipoli landings. Full story »

Fire destroys boat at Gold Coast marina

Two men have escaped injury after their boat caught fire at a marina on the Gold Coast.

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One dead in single-car crash in Mackay

One person is dead following a single-car crash in Queensland's Mackay region. Full story »

VIDEO: Household goods and cars sell at bargain prices in Queensland auctions

Queenslanders are snapping up cars and household items at a fraction of the cost in an auction boom sweeping the state. Full story »


Race on to sell a million Games tickets

Commonwealth Games boss Peter Beattie says organisers need to sell 1.2 million tickets for the event to meet its budget, as tickets become available. Full story »

Qld govt to look at croc plan after attack

The Queensland government could revisit its crocodile management plan following a string of recent attacks, but has remained firmly opposed to a cull. Full story »

Agro's missing car found in Qld

A car used by well-known puppet Agro has reportedly been found after going missing on the weekend. Full story »

Woman drowns at Sunshine Coast public pool

A woman has died after being pulled from the water at an aquatic centre on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Full story »

Firies battle Gold Coast boat blaze

A boat fire on the Gold Coast is sending a thick plume of smoke into the air as firefighters continue to battle the blaze. Full story »

Court chaperone for convicted surgeon

The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal has ordered a cosmetic surgeon be accompanied by a chaperone when treating female patients. Full story »

Queensland govt payroll system 'on track'

The Queensland government has played down a scathing report into a payroll system being developed for multiple departments, which says the project has stalled. Full story »

Call for CCC to probe flood death handling

The Queensland Council for Civil Liberties vice president is making a complaint to the state's corruption watchdog over police handling of 2011 flood deaths. Full story »