The clients of Labor-aligned lobbying firm Anacta range from short-stay accommodation player Airbnb to mining giant Glencore, the Gold Coast housing development Pacific View Estate and gambling company Tabcorp.
Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick has announced a $3.5 billion investment into the state’s rail network as part of the 2022-2023 State Budget - but many of the projects spruiked have previously been flagged.
The inquiry into the embattled Queensland Building and Construction Commission has been completed by eminent academic Jim Varghese and there is great hope that it will recommend wholesale changes at board and executive level.
Former premier Peter Beattie has issued a call to Annastacia Palaszczuk and her team to embrace an innovative new agenda – warning that voters know when a government becomes “stale” and “will want someone else to have a go”.
Thousands of unused, abandoned and empty homes across Queensland could be returned to the market under a proposed scheme that would give councils the power to step in and go as far as seizing the property for sale.
A classic definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. By this standard, Australia’s energy policy is literally insane. More and more renewable energy over the past decade has made our power supply more expensive and less reliable.
A leading criminal expert has weighed in on the possible reasons behind a recent spate of drive-by shootings across South East Queensland, including one that targeted the home of boxing star Justis Huni.
With Australia’s energy crisis threatening to turn the lights out on one of the world’s most affluent nations, it’s prescient to throw out a few facts on how important the coal and gas industries are to the national economy.
There are 99 homes that made it to auction today, including Brisbane's first block of flats for women that was built by department store pioneer TC Beirne in the 1930s and an absolute riverfront home at New Farm, three doors down from the Merthyr Bowls Club.
It’s the most remote outpost of Queensland – an isolated paradise jutting out of the roaring Pacific Ocean where descendants of infamous mutineers now threaten a revolt against the might of the commonwealth.
It was like a scene from a horror movie with dead bats mysteriously dropping from the sky. They landed on a Brisbane park where the State Government has foolishly decided to build Queensland’s first vertical state primary school for 900 students.
Queensland Labor needs to better promote its environmental credentials to combat surging support for the Greens ahead of the 2024 state election, according to the party’s state president who suggested campaigning and polling techniques could change.