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  1. Qld MP quits role amid blackmail claim

    Qld MP quits role amid blackmail claim

    A Qld MP has quit as chairman of a powerful parliamentary committee, claiming he's been subjected to a campaign of blackmail and intimidation.

  2. Brisbane man's death not suspicious

    Brisbane man's death not suspicious

    Police say the death of a man whose body was found on a Brisbane street, following reports of a nearby fight, isn't suspicious.

  3. Qld 'cannabis boss' denied bail

    A Queensland man who allegedly ran a multi-million dollar cannabis syndicate will remain behind bars after a judge refused him bail.

  4. Qld man who cut partner's throat gets life

    Qld man who cut partner's throat gets life

    Ronald Michael Craig cut his girlfriend's throat with enough force to sever her windpipe and leave knife marks on her vertebrae.

  5. Qld AG appeals rapist's sentence

    Qld AG appeals rapist's sentence

    Queensland's attorney-general says a sentence handed to a man who raped a jogger on the Gold Coast is manifestly inadequate.

  6. Aussies begin to gather in Gallipoli

    Organisers say this week's Anzac commemorations in Gallipoli are a dress rehearsal for the 2015 centenary, but pilgrims on the peninsula disagree.

  7. Police retrace murdered woman's final steps

    Police retrace murdered woman's final steps

    Police are retracing the final steps of murdered tourism worker Jo La Spina in an attempt to find her killer.

  8. NASA satellites used to protect reef

    NASA satellites used to protect reef

    NASA satellites are being used to show where polluted water runs into the Great Barrier Reef, helping researchers understand its impacts.

  9. New breast cancer treatment to help save lives

    New breast cancer treatment to help save lives

    A Queensland researcher has developed a new test that will help save the lives of breast cancer sufferers.

  10. $28b 'hole' in Qld asset sale plan: Labor

    The Queensland opposition says the Newman government has fudged the figures to support its asset sales campaign.

  11. Focus on ethos, Carr says of Labor

    Focus on ethos, Carr says of Labor

    Former Labor premier and foreign minister Bob Carr says the ALP should be focusing on ethos and leadership, rather than structure, to restore support.

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