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Larraine Sutton's sewing machines have been busily whirring since August as her lounge room fills with school uniforms she makes.
Radio transmitters are inserted into the stomachs of 24 feedlot cattle to monitor their body temperatures, as part of trial investigating the impact of heatwaves on the animals, with an aim to improve their welfare and performance.
A group of Queensland and New South Wales dairy farmers fear they could lose up to $3 million if a major milk processor drops the price it pays to farmers.
Heatwave conditions are scorching southern Queensland for a second time in just over a week, with paramedics preparing for another spike in heat-related cases.
Malnourished and injured dogs are seized from an alleged puppy farm near Goondiwindi, with police and the RSPCA finding nearly 100 animals at the Glenarbon property, many without adequate shelter and water.
A four-day heatwave will begin on Wednesday, bringing the same kind of conditions that saw more than 200 Queenslanders treated for heat stroke and dehydration last week.
Australia's largest social enterprise project is opened in Toowoomba.
Parts of south-east Queensland are hit by heavy rainfall and flash flooding after severe thunderstorms, described as "very dangerous" by the Bureau of Meteorology.
A cool change has brought Queenslanders some relief from a five-day heatwave that saw temperatures soar across the state, but the weather bureau says it will not last for long.
Much of south-east Queensland is sweltering as residents endure another day of heatwave conditions, with temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius expected in some areas.
A team of researchers study the past to help predict future flooding events in south-east Queensland.
Multi-peril crop insurance companies are looking forward to governments offering subsidies for premiums, despite having a better year with fewer payouts.
Australian tennis player Nick Lindahl is banned from professional tennis for seven years and fined $US35,000 for match fixing offences during a Futures tournament in Toowoomba.
A fire at a Toowoomba motel that recently closed down is being treated as suspicious, with police arresting a 20-year-old man.
Stage two of the Roma flood levee gets approval from the Queensland Government after the local council asks it to intervene to override legal challenges from two residents.
Queensland horse trainer Ben Currie says he will appeal against a $9,000 penalty imposed after one of his horses, Party Till Dawn, tested positive to methamphetamine.
After severe shortages of organic grain in Australia for the past two years, there is now a surplus, with flour millers urging more growers to go organic.
A man in his 40s is in a critical condition in a Brisbane hospital after crashing his crop duster in a paddock in Queensland's southern border region.
A last-minute round of train service cancellations today prompts the State Opposition to label Transport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe the "grinch who stole Christmas".
About 3,500 Syrian and Iraqi refugees bound for Queensland will be settled in the state's south-east in Brisbane, Logan, the Gold Coast and Toowoomba, the Federal Government confirms.
The Toowoomba council caused "humiliation" by publicly naming a homeowner who could not pay their rates bills, a Queensland Ombudsman report finds.
Toowoomba's newest residents are looking forward to a safe and peaceful Christmas in their newly adopted home.
A woman and her two children are left traumatised by a violent carjacking overnight in Queensland's Lockyer Valley, police say.
Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie will face the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission next week after one of his horses, a five-year-old mare named Party Till Dawn, tests positive for methamphetamine.
Broken chain of supply in Asian countries means Australian food perishes en route, expert calls for more Australian investment in Asia.
Students from an equine high school in Korea are in Australia to sharpen their horsemanship skills.
The Queensland Opposition dismisses the Government's plan to spend a $1 billion budget windfall on regional jobs, urging Treasurer Curtis Pitt to instead use the extra revenue to pay down debt.
Families living in remote parts of the Northern Territory say they are struggling more than anyone in Australia to access appropriate education, such as boarding schools, for their children.
The world's first masked superhero continues to captivate fans 80 years after he was first brought to life in a comic strip.
A teenager is cautioned for snapping a Queensland town's brand new Christmas tree in half, in what the local council calls a horrible case of "the Grinch stole Christmas".
At least 100 iPads owned by Education Queensland are missing, but the department admits it has no idea how many iPads have been distributed through schools across the state.