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‘It is epic down there’: First look at Brisbane’s new underground station

‘It is epic down there’: First look at Brisbane’s new underground station

Transport Minister says many people do not appreciate the “sheer scale of work taking place under their feet”.

  • by Lydia Lynch

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Brisbane chiropractor charged with sexual assault of 18-year-old client

Brisbane chiropractor charged with sexual assault of 18-year-old client

A chiropractor has been charged after allegedly sexually assaulting an 18-year-old female patient in Brisbane.

  • by Cloe Read
Palaszczuk fires up at reporters over questions about private emails

Palaszczuk fires up at reporters over questions about private emails

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk fired up during a tense press conference when she was grilled about how she used her private email account.

  • by Lydia Lynch
LNP’s Crisafulli admits party HQ cut down past leader before election

LNP’s Crisafulli admits party HQ cut down past leader before election

The official probe into the LNP’s election loss in Queensland is expected to be released in weeks.

  • by Lydia Lynch
More than 20 refugees released from Brisbane detention sites

More than 20 refugees released from Brisbane detention sites

The group have been held in the Kangaroo Point Central hotel for up to two years and were taken by bus to have temporary bridging visas processed on Monday morning.

  • by Matt Dennien
‘Absolutely ridiculous’: Palaszczuk scolds NSW over $30 million bill

‘Absolutely ridiculous’: Palaszczuk scolds NSW over $30 million bill

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the decision “never came to our cabinet” and she would not pay the invoice from NSW.

  • by Lydia Lynch
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Doctors show washing out the lungs of silicosis patients halts disease

Doctors show washing out the lungs of silicosis patients halts disease

Doctors at a Brisbane hospital are washing out the lungs of silicosis patients in an effort to stop the debilitating condition.

  • by Stuart Layt
QUT team use Star Wars film technology to predict healthcare of the future

QUT team use Star Wars film technology to predict healthcare of the future

A short film using cutting-edge technology showcases what trauma treatment could look like in Queensland in 10 years’ time.

  • by Stuart Layt
The happy accident that showed scientists how to string silver atoms

The happy accident that showed scientists how to string silver atoms

The strings of atoms show promise for use as thermal switches in tiny nanocomputers after it was found they stopped conducting above a certain temperature.

  • by Stuart Layt
Truth is at stake in the great vaccine debate

Truth is at stake in the great vaccine debate

The falsehood we must urgently eradicate is that the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines aren’t safe or effective despite their approval for use in Australia, Europe and elsewhere.

  • by Julie Szego
How much does it cost to host an Olympic Games?
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How much does it cost to host an Olympic Games?

More than 11 years out, it’s hard to imagine what mark a possible Brisbane Olympics will leave on the country’s landscape and psyche.

  • by Greg Baum