A middle-aged woman caught up in a home invasion in which an elderly man was threatened to have his ear cut off with tree branch pruners will serve no jail time.
An Ipswich woman received her second jail sentence for drink driving crimes that feature high alcohol readings.
Five unsafe toys have been removed from Queensland retailers’ shelves, with some of the products posing a “significant risk” to young children.
Residents copping wafts of bad smells should continue reporting.
A resident claims the vibrations, odour, noise and vermin from a new development will ruin his ‘heritage home’ and his town.
Every day the QT publishes a full list of those due in court.
A woman whose body was found in the boot of a car outside a Queensland home was 21 days from giving birth, police say. Her partner has been arrested.
Expansions at two separate poultry farms to go ahead after getting green light from council.
An earlier warning for the Darling Downs has been cancelled - but damaging winds, heavy rainfall and large hailstones still likely for some areas.
From stealing $200,000 from government schemes to selling kilos of marijuana here are 14 of Ipswich's most notorious mums and dads.
As families rip open presents and tuck into a lavish lunch on Christmas Day, the isolated members of our society are pushed further out of mind.
Police have labelled the grisly discovery of 31-year-old Kardell Lomas in a car boot at her de facto partner’s home at Raceview as “traumatic” for everyone.
The university student and her mother were visiting the island at the time of the eruption
One resident is calling on the council to open up a local road to traffic, saying its closure could have led to disaster for emergency services.
It’s the decision he didn’t want to make, but one farmer says it’s time to bite the bullet.
‘I can understand where an employer would be coming from, as hiring a mum can potentially be risky’.
The report found 38 per cent of local firms are intending on bringing on more workers going forward.
With almost three million people now affected by drought in Queensland, a local government figure has called for the crisis to be given urgent priority.
Year 12 students are nervously awaiting the release of their OP scores, but for more than a third of Lockyer graduates, it’s a mere formality.
Debbie Morrison takes home two awards at her first awards ceremony