A debate has broken out after an Aldi shopper accidentally revealed an unusual incident in store. Find out how the German retail giant has responded.
The Queensland driver was caught flying through residential streets at an eye-watering speed. FInd out how he was penalised.
A Brisbane father of three who allegedly called for a Muslim jihad in Syria to "cleanse the lands of tyrants and their collaborators" will remain behind bars.Omar Saghir, 39, has been charged with the preparation of foreign incursions as part of a group involved in travelling to Syria to engage in hostile activity.
The boom gate at a level crossing where a driver was killed after colliding with an express passenger train was too short to meet Australian standards, a report has found.The fatal collision in Brisbane's east in February involved the driver of a small hatchback who was unfamiliar with the area and likely using a GPS, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau's ongoing investigation found.
The error was shared to Facebook but had many people scratching their heads. Find out the reason it's banned on the roads.
Queenslanders have again been told avoid online shopping if they want to boost their chances of escaping lockdown on Sunday.Businesses trying to survive on the back of online sales reacted with anger on Wednesday when the chief health officer urged consumers to reconsider online shopping and click-and-collect for anything other than essentials.
The Queensland coordinator-general will monitor coal miner Bravus's central Queensland rail project over potential environmental breaches.A report submitted by Water Technologies for the coordinator-general's office stated Bravus had sufficient measures in place to minimise erosion and discharge near their rail project, a conclusion disputed by environmentalists.
Shoppers were seen buying gardening supplies amid the lockdown in Queensland despite a warning from the state's chief health officer. Read more on the divisive issue.
Authorities are increasingly confident southeast Queensland will emerge from an eight-day lockdown on Sunday amid the state's worst COVID-19 outbreak in a year.Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young seemed almost incredulous on Thursday as she said efforts to suppress the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant had surpassed expectations.
A Brisbane man has faced court charged with preparation for foreign incursions as part of a group involved in travelling to Syria to engage in hostile activity.Omar Saghir, 39, appeared briefly in the Brisbane Magistrates Court by video link on Wednesday.
A six-year-old girl who suffered many injuries including a broken arm at the hands of her father says he wanted to make her "a nobody", a court has heard.The child's 32-year-old father, who cannot be named to protect the identity of his children, has been jailed for seven years for torturing the young girl over seven months from May 2018.
A 31-year-old woman has admitted sending sexual messages and pictures of her breasts to a 14-year-old boy she also supplied drugs to at her house.The woman, who cannot be named to protect her children, pleaded guilty to a string of drug-related offences including supplying the drug GHB to a minor, which carries a maximum penalty of life behind bars.
The redesign of the popular product has upset customers who say the quality is definitely not as good as it used to be. Find out how the supermarket has responded to the claims.
A major retail body has criticised the Queensland government over a lack of clarity about which stores and shopping is essential.With Queensland now in its fourth day of lockdown, retail workers and industry representatives have been left confused about directives from the government as to which shops are essential and who should and shouldn't be working.
The Queensland government is investigating vaccine hesitancy in the state as it shifts its advice on AstraZeneca amid a growing COVID-19 outbreak.Health minister Yvette D'Ath said the government did a lot of consumer advocacy to find out why "we have vaccine hesitancy or why we're not coming forward".
Queensland has recorded 16 new local Covid-19 cases, while mystery remains over a case in Cairns not linked to the Brisbane cluster. Find out the latest from the Queensland Covid update.
A Tasmanian man has been charged with a raft of fraud offences following an investigation by Queensland Police.The 39-year-old allegedly convinced businesses throughout far north and southeast Queensland to provide him with money under false pretences.
A Victorian man reported missing in Queensland's far north has been located, police say.Concerns for Bruce Atkinson were raised on Monday after he failed to show up at a campsite while four-wheel driving with his friend near Cape York.
Chris, 8, died on Monday in hospital after being critically injured in a fatal crash near Toowoomba that killed his mum and sister. Read more.
Queensland is facing its biggest COVID-19 outbreak since the pandemic's first wave, with a cluster growing to 63 cases halfway through an eight-day lockdown of the state's southeast.Seventeen new locally acquired cases of the Delta variant emerged after a record 51,479 tests in the 24 hours to 6am on Wednesday.
Shoppers were stunned at the incredibly low price of the popular items. Read more to find out how you can get yours hands on them too.
Queensland Health has announced a new Covid-19 case more than 1700km away from locked-down Brisbane. Find out if you've been affected.
An inquest is set to be held into the deaths of two men whose bodies were found in a large open stormwater drain during flooding in Townsville two years ago.The bodies of 23-year-old Troy Mathieson and Hughie Moreton, 21, were found as water receded in the Townsville suburb of Aitkenvale after hundreds of homes were inundated.