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The Grantham Floods Commission of Inquiry views graphic vision of the Lockyer Creek breaking its banks upstream from the Grantham quarry during the deadly 2011 disaster.
A coroner has recommended changes to prevent the practice of 'doctor shopping' after the death of a Toowoomba critical care nurse, who accidentally overdosed on pain medication in 2013.
Police have charged four men who allegedly threatened a woman with guns at Hatton Vale in southern Queensland's Lockyer Valley over the weekend.
A former quarry worker speaks at an inquiry into the fatal 2011 flood at Grantham, west of Brisbane, of his anger and torment over the cause of the disaster.
A woman recounts how she prayed to God for her husband's safety after they became separated from their car, which was swept into the torrent of floodwaters that tore through Grantham, west of Brisbane in 2011.
The major players in the farm labour and backpacker industry on southern Queensland's Southern Downs will hold a workshop in Warwick today.
A woman who survived the Grantham flood in 2011 that killed 12 people tells an inquiry how she and her husband clung to a tree for three hours until they were rescued by a helicopter.
The South Burnett Residents Action Group says the local council should not be spending funds on the region's only private hospital.
An outback tourism leader says visitors to Queensland's west are spending more money this year and there are more families on the road.
Work on a new $5 million council depot and workshop will begin for a south-west Queensland council this year.
Footage showing a torrent of water sweeping through the town of Grantham draws gasps from those at a public hearing into the floods that killed 12 people west of Brisbane in 2011.
Ben Lawson had to have a hip replaced and his home life has been impacted "immeasurably" after a Brisbane bus took a corner too quickly and toppled his wheelchair.
The big chill in southern Queensland delivers what could be the state's most significant snowfall in 30 years, giving locals a glimpse of a "winter wonderland".
Queensland's Palaszczuk Labor Government has introduced a bill to allow more people to object to mining lease applications, overturning legislation passed by the Newman LNP government last year.
From foreign investors to well established grazing companies to young couples trying to get a start, it seems there's increased demand to lease Australian agricultural land.
There has been a mixed reaction to the 2015 state budget in Queensland's regional areas.
This week's cold weather has been a double-edged sword for Queensland farmers
The ABC speaks to five Queenslanders about how they feel about Labor's first budget since its election win.
Successive Queensland state governments fail to achieve progress on boxing reform, according to documents obtained by ABC through Freedom of Information.
Headspace Toowoomba in southern Queensland has only been operating for a week and already it has been flooded with clients.
Queensland industry, councils and community groups lay out their top wishes for the Queensland budget ahead of its delivering this afternoon by Treasurer Curtis Pitt.
Queensland's sorghum crop was worth $432 million last year, making it the most valuable of all the cereal crops for the first time.
Two of Queensland's biggest names in beef have now joined forces in a bid to become more competitive and secure future cattle supply.
Hundreds of spectators crowded into the Toowoomba showgrounds arena to witness 2015 national champion, Todd Graham, take out the 21st Toowoomba Cutting Horse Futurity on the weekend.
A much-anticipated blast of icy weather fails to materialise in southern Queensland, but tourism operators are still hoping it will snow.
Southern Queensland community and industry leaders say a commitment to transport infrastructure is a must in next week's state budget.
General rates in the Murweh Shire in south-west Queensland will remain unchanged for the year ahead, after the council adopted a $22 million budget.
Queensland meat processors say big price jumps in the cattle trade will have to be passed on to consumers within weeks.
A mid north coat New South Wales vet says Hendra vaccinations for horses are dropping, with the revaccination rate at his clinic falling to just 60 per cent.
An aged care provider says common sense has prevailed after the Federal Government revoked sanctions on one of its facilities in the Lockyer Valley, west of Brisbane.
Police are investigating the death of a 22-year-old man who was hit by a car in southern Queensland's South Burnett early yesterday morning.
The ABC spoke to five Queenslanders about what they hoped to see in Labor's first budget since its election win.
Researchers are warning there is a high risk of reduced wheat harvests across Australia this winter due to an El Niño weather event.
Toowoomba Surat Basin Enterprise says there has been strong interest from Asia Pacific leaders about new opportunities to export from the Darling Downs.
The Member for Maranoa says he would like to see a real push to export kangaroo meat for human consumption from southern Queensland, after the release of the Federal Government's agricultural white paper.
Grain growers are disappointed the Agriculture Competitiveness White Paper misses an opportunity to develop inland rail.
The Somerset Regional Council will this week vote on whether to commission a feasibility study into establishing a high-end resort at Lake Wivenhoe in southern Queensland.
Three people have been charged with robbing a bottle shop in Toowoomba, in southern Queensland, over the weekend.
While school holidays might be a time for relaxing, a group of hardy cyclists is instead using it to ride 1,300 kilometres through Queensland's outback.