'It's important that our growers and shareholders are completely clear, and have a full understanding, of what this means to them...'
MORE than 40,000ha of prime agricultural land in the Wide Bay Burnett could be under threat.
GALLERY: Layne and Ella Fleming were fed up with poor quality bikinis and decided to create their own stylish brand, Layla Swimwear.
A product safety recall has been issued affecting a major car brand, after it was discovered a faulty latch could mean doors can swing open while driving.
The US government has given SpaceX the green light to launch a billion dollar fleet into orbit — and it could make Elon Musk very rich.
SHE had a dream job and a fantastic lifestyle but then Charlie Thompson started experiencing what she calls her “blackouts”.
The cash registers were down due to a technical glitch this morning.
LONGTIME Melbourne Stars cricketer James Faulkner is pulling up stumps at his waterfront Hobart penthouse. Check out his stylish refurbishment.
More than 400,000 Queensland workers are being ripped off by employers to the tune of $1.2 billion a year, a State Government committee into wage theft found.
After months of worrying news on the property market, there is a glimmer of hope on housing prices. And it all comes down to your expectations.
A MYSTERY bidder — believed to be a well-known Queensland property identity — has secured a slice of Fortitude Valley’s notorious past.
More than 20 subcontractors say they’re $3 million out of pocket over a project by a well-known apartment developer and former V8 Supercar driver.
Your thumbs, eyes and brain will thank you with this cruciual new software
Lauren Hannaford left the world of The Wiggles, where she met her husband Simon the red Wiggle, to focus on a career as a personal trainer. And she’s loving it.
Food & Entertainment
SYDNEY’S watering holes are setting a new high bar, with the popularity of top venues growing — and no ceiling in sight.
Wei family keen to see the process completed and in their hands so they can move forward and call for tenders for the major contractor.
SCHOOLIE behaviour has changed from hard drinking to more restrained revelry, and organisers of the safety response think they know why.
MACKAY'S sugar industry has welcomed a move to take India to the WTO after it dumped large volumes of subsidised product onto the international market.
Do opposites really attract? Not according to the wealth of niche dating apps helping find love by matching their special someone using the perfect algorithm.
A plan to give small businesses which can’t get a bank loan access to cheap taxpayer-guaranteed money? If you didn’t laugh, you’d cry, writes Dennis Atkins.