Landlords could be forced to use debt collectors to chase unpaid rent after the State Government said it would backdate new laws to save tenants from eviction.
Police have slammed the “blatant disregard” of life after they issued COVID-19 fines at a large car rally on Saturday night.
The deal was one of many to ensure Queensland has priority access to its own supply of urgently needed goods.
People and Places
He might be just a man and his dog but this community hero is rescuing people’s cheer during the COVID-19 crisis.
Three people, including a boy and a girl, are in critical condition following a single-vehicle crash early this afternoon.
A POPULAR farmers market has fallen under public scrutiny after a busy crowd was seen not following strict social distancing rules yesterday.
A 64-year-old pilot is dead after a light plane carrying two people crashed near an airstrip.
PHOTOS: Emergency services were called to the rural property just after 6 o'clock this morning.
Queensland has recorded just nine new cases, prompting praise from the Premier, but she warned against complacency and said tougher measures could come.
COVID-19 has limited hospitality industry trade for local fruit, but lime producer Sam Slingsby hopes her innovative idea will blossom into a strong profit.
He says it’s more important to ensure safety systems are working with everyone in isolation.
More than $200,000 worth of damage caused after vandal targets property developers
Pets & Animals
Council will not reveal how many impounded pets were put down but confirms 1023 were impounded last financial year. Here's what happened to some of them.
If you are beginning to feel cramped during the coronavirus shutdown, spare a thought for this Queensland family who have 11 children still living at home.
Cameron Munster has returned to Rockhampton to be with his parents, who are at a high risk of serious health complications if they contract coronavirus.
With education bosses unsure whether schooling will return to normal, a plan is afoot to artificially boost scores to avoid students having to repeat grade 12.
Refugees have staged a protest at a makeshift detention centre, saying they are at risk of catching the coronavirus because they cannot isolate.
A RIO Tinto worker has tested positive for COVID-19 after flying out of Weipa sparking fresh calls for a total lockdown of north Queensland.
ONE of Queensland’s top hotels has shut its doors, laid off 200 staff and told them there is no money to pay entitlements in the latest coronavirus catastrophe.
One thing has been lost in the outrage over the irrational behaviour of hundreds of people in flouting social distancing rules this weekend, writes Kylie Lang.