Queensland's latest statewide land-cover and trees study has been released, showing a reduction in the amount of land being cleared in the state.
Confirmation of the return of remains taken by an anthropologist coincides with the recognition of native title rights for several Cape York communities.
Almost two centuries after its rightful name, K'gari, was overwritten by colonial authorities, Fraser Island is returning to its Indigenous title.
Local Indigenous people will retain the land forming part of Whinpullin, also known as Minto Crag, in Queensland, in perpetuity.
A scheme to compensate landholders for high-voltage electricity towers imposed on their properties has been met with mixed reactions from interest groups.
The Queensland government will provide more protection for koalas on the Gold Coast after money earmarked for a research centre was spent on a rollercoaster.
The Federal Court has recognised the Kurtjar People as holding native title over 1.2 million hectares in Queensland's Gulf Country.
Some $43 million is being spent on a Sydney Harbour island before it is handed back to its traditional owners, to whom the place holds great significance.
The Queensland government has handed back a site where 300 people were massacred in the 1800s to the traditional owners, the Darumbal people.