When the local council installed new cassowary warning signs at Etty Bay, in far north Queensland, they were intended as light-hearted approach to safety around the endangered birds.
More than 9,000 tonnes of recyclable waste is being put in the wrong bins in far north Queensland every year, and Cairns Regional Council hopes to change that.
Race caller and ABC Radio sports host, Bluey Forsyth, is one of far north Queensland’s best-dressed men.
The Queensland Rail Ipswich workshop farewells two of its favourite items today, historic 2000 class rail motors that have found a new home in the outback.
A study is underway to find urban hot spots on the Sunshine Coast and find ways to cool them down using high-tech 3-D modelling.
Jessica Watson and Mat Belcher have received sailing’s highest accolade, being inducted into the Australian Sailing Hall of Fame.
Police have impounded more than 50 vehicles and issued 2,000 fines during a major police operation cracking down on hoons in the state’s south-east.
Toompine was once a busy opal town, an important staging post for Cobb and Co coaches 1,000 kilometres west of Brisbane.
New rules for e-scooters come in to force on Tuesday, with reduced speed limits and increased fines aiming to improve personal mobility device (PMD) safety.
Police have scaled down the search for a 19-year-old woman missing in outback Queensland since October 16.
Far north Queensland singer-songwriter, Danielle Davis, made her recording debut this weekend, with a song she hopes will shine light on a serious problem in the region.
A north Queensland council will build a world first wastewater treatment plant that uses native green algae to filter out nutrients that harm the Great Barrier Reef.
The Australian Federal Police has charged a man for allegedly using stolen personal identification data online to and defraud hundreds of victims.
Police have revealed that a woman missing in outback Queensland since October 16 was last seen with a stolen car.
The Australian Federal Police has charged two Queensland men allegedly involved in a $4.5 million dollar money laundering operation since February 2021.
A land and air search is continuing in outback Queensland for a 19-year-old woman missing for a week.
The Queensland State Emergency Service has honoured volunteers across the state with awards recognising their crucial role in keeping people safe.
If you’re a bit handy and like living in the bush, this could be the job for you.
Queensland’s Sunshine Coast has long been a popular visitor destination, but some recent arrivals have made epic journeys to get there.
Police have closed a ten-month operation targeting the supply of methylamphetamines in Cherbourg and Murgon, in Queensland’s South Burnett region.
Queensland local governments will seek the power to impose visitor levies on tourists to help fund campaigns to attract more visitors.
Flying was slow and risky when what would become the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) made its first flight at Cloncurry in 1928.
A woman who allegedly tried to sell tickets for next year’s Brisbane concert by US country music star Luke Combs has been charged with 16 counts of fraud.
Simultaneous police operations are continuing across the Townsville district to combat a wave of property crime that’s gripped the northern city this year.
The Bureau of Meteorology says Queensland has a 74 per cent chance of an above-average number of cyclones in the coming season.
Ghost nets are industrial fishing gear, abandoned and drifting in the seas of northern Australia, killing marine life on a large scale.
A five-month police operation against drug syndicates in Mount Isa has uncovered significant amounts of cannabis and methylamphetamines.
Police Forensic Crash Unit investigators have charged a man over an alleged hit and run incident almost a year ago in the Townsville suburb of Hyde Park.
Police have charged a man over an alleged two-year run of identity fraud that had hundreds of victims, some of whom did not know they’d been targeted.
Pharmacists across north Queensland will be able to prescribe and treat more conditions from next year, despite continued opposition from doctors.
It’s long been our tourism slogan, it’s on our number plates. There’s even a song about how great it is to live in the Sunshine State.