It is believed several cars were hit during the incident.
The mining sector has embraced a safety first approach before guiding Queensland’s economy to recovery.
A girl who suffered brain damage at birth has been granted more than $9 million in compensation after her mother sued a hospital for delays in her delivery.
The growing divide between the A-League clubs and the players threatens to boil over.
It’s not just off-contract Brisbane Broncos superstar David Fifita who is wondering what 2021 will bring.
The region is experiencing a large influx of travelling workers, but housing options are quickly running out, as virus concerns grow.
Warwick businessman reveals details of his battle and the next steps following positive testing after Noosa restaurant 50th birthday party.
‘It does not suit everyone but it is better than the alternative’
THE government has backed off from its coronavirus crackdown on gun and ammunition sales, but Gympie gun dealer Ron Owen says that will all soon be irrelevant.
Rockhampton Regional Council won’t have to help pay for Adani’s airport just yet.
New fitness program dropped online to help people’s health and wellbeing
Southwest police are on alert after a spate of firearm thefts in the region. They believe rural gun owners are being targeted by organised crime syndicates.
HOUSE Rules host reveals his very personal connection the Gold Coast high-rise being renovated in this year’s new High Stakes season.
An estimated 200,000 Aussies have returned home following government advice, but up to 800,000 are still overseas. Here is a snapshot of where they are,
The US intelligence community has no doubts that China concealed the true extent of the coronavirus crisis, leading other nations to underestimate the danger.
A man who fell asleep at the wheel while retrieving his wallet from his car at his 50th birthday celebrations has pleaded guilty to drink driving.
Doctors in the US and China have warned that coronavirus tests are not showing the true infection rates - which are probably much higher than official figures.
If you or your loved ones are among the thousands of Aussies still in Europe, here’s the guide to what airlines will get you back home.
The thousands of stranded crew and passengers on cruise ships is turning into a diplomatic headache as the federal government tries to rescue Aussies while NSW bans the...
SCHOOL lunches remained on a kitchen bench, uniforms still folded, as a mother was confronted with the blackened, mangled scene of a caravan explosion.