Gold Coast's own Lucas and Bailey Edwards, twin brothers who bravely fought health challenges since their premature birth, are now gearing up to celebrate a heartwarming first Christmas at home with their family.
HMAS Brisbane successfully evacuated four personnel from the Bureau of Meteorology who were stationed on a remote weather station on Willis Island, located off the Queensland coast.
Central Queensland recently hosted a series of air assault operations by the Australian Army Reserve's 31st/42nd Battalion and C Squadron, 5th Aviation Regiment. This 10-day Exercise Brahman Stride highlighted the troops' readiness and skill in aviation missions, underscoring their capability for diverse operational scenarios.
Faster and more reliable internet speeds are part of a federal government upgrade package for southeast Queensland residents .
The community of Manus Island has expressed gratitude to the Townsville's 3rd Combat Engineer Regiment for their efforts in rebuilding infrastructure during the Exercise Puk Puk initiative in Papua New Guinea.
Ever wondered what some of Central Queensland’s iconic stations and newly established towns were really like in the nineteenth century? The recently published, Capricorn drover, could give you an idea.
Over 800 visitors from Southeast Queensland recently flocked to the Stonehouse Open Day Weekend, captivated by the rough-hewn stone buildings, magnificent draught horses, and an array of talented performers that brought the past to life.
Community events held across the Sunshine State on Sunday saw thousands of Queenslanders come together in support of the 'Yes' campaign for Indigenous constitutional recognition through a Voice to Parliament.
The Albanese Government is investing $700 million in Townsville to support new Apache helicopters from 2025. This investment aims to strengthen the Australian Defence Force's operations and bring high-skilled jobs to the city, while enhancing Australia's overall military capabilities.
It's not every day that a former Prime Minister walks through the doors of your History Club, but that's exactly what happened at Pallara State School.
The picturesque town of Moore in South-east Queensland is home to the historic Stonehouse, a collection of rough-hewn stone buildings that hold a significant place in the region’s heritage.
Ever driven down the Bruce Highway and been greeted by a gigantic, glaringly bright tropical fruit? Or maybe you've turned a corner in Bowen to be confronted by an enormous mango?
If you like your rock music fast and loud, you need to check out the new single "Queenslander" from Hervey Bay four piece, City Council.
Year 11 and 12 pupils at Cooktown State High School received an up-close glimpse into the world of agriculture through a three-day Ag Inspirations event in the Cooktown/Lakeland area.
Just 20 minutes from the heart of Stanthorpe, Queensland, The Star Entertainment Group and the Queensland Wine Industry Association have come together to launch a new wine scholarship program. This inaugural initiative shines a spotlight on the region's renowned Granite Belt wines and seeks to nurture a new generation of wine enthusiasts and professionals.
The Australian Army recently joined the Torres Strait Islands community in commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion, the largest Indigenous unit ever formed in Australia's military history.
Next month, the town of Collinsville in outback Queensland will experience a remarkable transformation as Alice Randell leads a team of over 60 participants in their own International Women's Day Fun Run.
Four people have died and three others are critical after two helicopters collided near Sea World on the Gold Coast.
Back-to-back bleaching events have highlighted the critical threat that climate change poses to the Great Barrier Reef. But few people are aware of the network of gullies pumping out about half the sediment that is polluting reef water quality and threatening its World Heritage status
Mining magnate Clive Palmer has lost the latest round in his legal fight against the corporate watchdog and regulator.
So far this year, average spot prices have been about 50% higher than last year and 150% higher in Queensland.
The days of putting “wild caught” prawns on your plate may soon disappear as investment in aquaculture or farmed prawns surges in Queensland in a bid to sustainably meet rising demand for seafood around the world.
A police dog is recovering from his injuries after a man trying to evade arrest by police officers in Morayfield allegedly punched and put the canine in a headlock.
The Queenslander wants everyone to remain as safe as possible as floodwaters continue to batter Brisbane and the southeast.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Queenslanders impacted by widespread flooding in the state's southeast can be assured the recovery has already begun.
Tritium is establishing a new factory in Tennessee that will produce up to 30,000 new electric vehicle chargers a year once the plant is at full capacity. The Biden administration has a target that half of all vehicles sold in the US by 2030 will be battery electric, fuel-cell electric or plug-in hybrid, and has pledged $7.5 billion for deploying a network of 500,000 EV chargers along highway corridors.
Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission is considering a request to release a previously confidential report into a state government email scandal.
Billionaire businessman Clive Palmer has launched a civil lawsuit to have fraud charges against him thrown out of court.
Queensland's regional Wellcamp quarantine facility will welcome its first guests on Saturday.