NSW is increasingly relying on power generated in Queensland to keep our household electricity prices down with new figures showing a 50 per cent imports jump.
THIS entrepreneur could only watch on in shock as Shark Tank’s Steve Baxter debunked her claims with a simple Google search on his phone.
CONSTRUCTION workers are fed up with blocked roads in a popular housing development and say it's so bad, at times no cars can get through.
SOUTHEAST Queensland’s toll road operator has ruled out reducing tolls to help ease congestion, likening its current position to maintaining a home loan.
EXPLOSIVE court documents have shown an FSG employee was jailed in September 2015 for raping an intellectually disabled girl in her 20s inside an FSG house.
Fuel prices in Ipswich are dropping ahead of Costco opening in November
THE Australian Labor Party has vowed to crack down on "unfair labour hire” practices, with a focus on people doing the same job receiving the same pay.
Gladstone Regional Council commits to creating a business study on the benefits of extending Melbourne to Brisbane inland rail to Gladstone.
BILLIONAIRE Gina Rinehart has bought thousands of wagyu beef cattle in a direct challenge to Australia’s oldest company, Brisbane-based AAco.
When you find a tradie who does an honest job for a fair wage, don’t lose their number. But then there’s tradies like George, writes Margaret Wenham.
Consumers are paying the price with a big surge in the cost of hiring builders in the past year. Here’s what you’ll pay if you need a tradie in Queensland.
A NORTHERN Rivers brewer has been included in a book listing the best Aussie beers
Federal Minister Craig Laundy has announced reforms aimed at ensuring subcontractors in building and construction get paid on time.
IT started as a hobby for Townsville Hospital indigenous liaison officer Bianca Brackenridge several years ago.
North Burnett landowners are searching for answers to the region's feral pig problem, which they believe is spiralling out of control.
AUGUST start for construction of stylish $40million apartment complex offering city and beach lifestyle.
IT’S been described as “laughable”, “worthless” and “woeful” — but the online retail giant insists its first sale day has been a hit.
THIS man raked in a staggering $36.84 million last year — a salary 669 times the wage of the average Aussie worker.
CRIKEY, this is good news - especially on World Emoji Day.
AN AIRPORT has defended its plan to introduce a $3 ticket levy to help fund an $80 million redevelopment.