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As democracy runs its course, thousands of volunteers are manning sausage sizzles and cake stalls at schools and town halls across Queensland.
Tactics rather than policy have dominated this year's Queensland election with agriculture commentators saying farming issues have largely been sidelined.
Royal Dutch Shell global chief executive Ben van Beurden says the company will be slowing down on new developments.
A political analyst, Geoff Cockfield, says Toowoomba North, in southern Queensland, could be a crucial seat in tomorrow's state election.
The Catholic Church has bought the site of Toowoomba's oldest school, the Toowoomba South State School in southern Queensland.
Police have charged a man over a house fire on southern Queensland's Granite Belt.
A home in Toowoomba on southern Queensland's Darling Downs remains under police guard after chemicals capable of making explosives were allegedly found.
About 100 people have gathered to show their support for Toowoomba's Islamic community after the attempted fire-bombing of a mosque in the southern Queensland city.
More Queensland families are feeling the pinch, with students being urged to bring their own tablets and laptops to school.
Detectives investigating the attempted arson of a mosque at Toowoomba west of Brisbane say the fire could have been catastrophic had it taken hold.
Campbell Newman says he cannot guarantee the Liberal National Party's big spending promises, even those with bipartisan support, if the party wins government but not the seat a project is in.
Queensland farmers may be feeling short changed in the state election campaign, with few commitments for the sector from either of the major parties.
The major political parties in Queensland have found common ground, with both the Liberal National Party and Labor promising that agriculture is a high priority.
As Queensland heads to the polls at the end of the month, 37-year-olds from around the state reveal what they would do if they were premier.
The majority of regional Queenslanders believe the state's economy has taken a turn for the worse in the past year, according to the latest results from Vote Compass.
The head of a Toowoomba welfare agency in southern Queensland says he wants to see the major parties commit more funds to the sector ahead of next week's state election.
The Master Builders Association (MBA) says the Railway Parklands project in Toowoomba, in southern Queensland, may not be a jobs bonanza for local builders.
Queensland's Labor opposition leader has refused requests to expand on her promise to reintroduce stricter tree clearing laws and water allocation controls, if her party is re-elected in the upcoming state election.
A new southern Queensland community group is urging voters to put the LNP last at this month's state election because it believes the Toowoomba Regional Council is too closely aligned to the State Government.
Severe storms were forecast for large parts of central Queensland overnight after separate cells battered townships west of Brisbane Tuesday afternoon.
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A not-for-profit water safety foundation says it is extremely concerned there have been seven drowning deaths in Queensland waterways since Christmas.
The ABC's Vote Compass finds Queensland is split on whether to bring in daylight saving.
A search will resume today for a woman who went missing from a dam in the Somerset region over the weekend.
Four firefighters injured in a truck explosion in south-west Queensland last year will be honoured at a ceremony in Charleville today.
A look at the election issues that matter to Queensland voters.
A woman is in a critical condition after a crash on the Warrego Highway in the Lockyer Valley, west of Brisbane.
The Queensland Government has announced Toowoomba's city central substation will be upgraded to power a new shopping development.
The head of a Goondiwindi training group says the axing of a Federal Government program may affect hundreds of young people.
Large quantities of synthetic drugs are seized by police in a series of raids across Queensland following the deaths of two men who used synthetic cannabis.
Ian Rickuss, the LNP Member for Lockyer, in southern Queensland, says he is not fazed by the prospect of running against a high-profile challenger at this month's state poll.
The operator of the Granite Belt visitor park says rain brought more tourists to the region during the holiday season.
High supply rates driven by the drought, low prices and strong demand overseas, have led to strong trading conditions for Australia's large meatworks in recent years.
The LNP candidate for Nanango, in southern Queensland's South Burnett, says leasing Government assets will benefit the region.
Low prices are marking the end of the watermelon harvest in south east Queensland, as growers in the north of the state approach their own busy picking season.
Strong competition between cattle buyers has seen a substantial price jump at saleyards in southern Queensland.
The most notable feature of the LNP election campaign at the end of week one has been the lack of anything new.
The interest rates on the Federal Government's Farm Finance and Drought Concessional Loans are being dropped to reflect a fall in the Commonwealth's borrowing costs.
Chickpea prices have continued to rise, attracting prices of $600-a-tonne delivered in Queensland this week.