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Research at the Queensland University of Technology, funded by the Queensland Government’s Smart Futures Fund, could soon mean that sports stars no longer need extended periods of time off due to tendon injuries.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has launched a new social media tourism campaign inviting global travellers to experience the greatest reef on earth.
Tourism figures released this week show the LNP was wrong to slash millions of dollars from Queensland’s tourism budget.
Queensland welcomed almost 900,000 more Australian visitors in the year to March 2015, boosted by a surge in business-related travel according to new figures released today.
Participants in the Indigenous Youth Leadership Camp graduated today armed with a new set of skills and heightened confidence.
Bonn, Germany: The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed the UNESCO World Heritage Committee’s decision not to list the Great Barrier Reef as ‘in danger’.
The views raised in the RTI documents relate to the former LNP government’s interactions with and approach to Adani.
FNQ economic summit to be held in Cairns
Work is underway to enhance safety on the Gold Coast Highway at Palm Beach.
On 24 May 2015 the Chief Justice offered to resign his post on just terms if it was in the overall best interests of the court and the Queensland community to do so.
Education Minister Kate Jones today congratulated Queensland’s most recent Duke of Edinburgh’s International Gold Award recipients.
New water rules for the Pioneer Valley that take effect today (1 July 2015) will tackle salination and give canegrowers flexibility to grow their businesses.
From 1 July, electricity customers will have greater protection and residents in south-east Queensland will have more support to help them shop around between electricity retailers to get the best deal to suit their needs.
Motorists travelling in and out of Noosa will benefit from a $2.5 million program to smooth the main access road connecting the renowned Sunshine Coast tourist and shopping area.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has announced a series of temporary appointments to the Crime and Corruption Commission.
Queensland Ballet Artistic Director and internationally renowned dancer Li Cunxin will return to the stage for the first time in 16 years as part of the Creative Generation – State Schools Onstage (CGEN) cast.
84 Queensland Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) and six Australian Medical Assistance Teams (AusMAT) Taskforce personnel have been recognised for their humanitarian efforts following the devastating 2011 Christchurch Earthquake.
The search is on for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Official Mascot.
Radical robots, aerial drones and human settlement on Mars will be food for thought at a youth symposium in Brisbane today and tomorrow (29 and 30 June 2015).
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk attended the opening of James Cook University's new Singapore campus today.
The number of concert allowed each year at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium will be increased from four to six after wide-ranging public consultation.
Queensland’s ‘future Firebirds’ will have a new permanent $30 million facility to call home, Acting Premier Curtis Pitt said.
The Queensland Government today launched a major campaign urging Queenslanders to install electrical safety switches installed on every circuit in the home.
Acting Premier Curtis Pitt praised the all-conquering Queensland Firebirds on their thrilling Trans-Tasman Grand Final triumph at a ticker tape parade in Brisbane today.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at Trinity Bay High tried speed dating with a difference – their dalliance was with the career options that could shape their lives.
Education Minister Kate Jones has wished Queensland students and teachers a relaxing winter break after a successful Term 2.
The Palaszczuk Government has provided extra funding to ensure the success of the Winton film festival after last week’s fire at the Waltzing Matilda Centre.
The $1.162 billion Gateway Upgrade North project has reached a significant milestone with the successful tenderer for design and construction announced today.
The Palaszczuk Government is investing $2 million in a cutting-edge project that gives people real-time information about the quality of water in the Great Barrier Reef.
Corrective Services Minister Jo-Ann Miller has welcomed 15 new Probation and Parole Case Managers to Queensland Corrective Services following a graduation ceremony today.