Thursday Jun 13
The New Zealand Herald
Queensland: Festival of flavour
San Pellegrino chefs help to make the Noosa International Food and Wine Festival a gastronomical event not to be missed - but get your tickets early for the next one The Queenslander sitting beside me at the Noosa International Food and Wine Festival's gala concert dinner exhibited a healthy waste not, want not mentality as he filled his water ... (more)
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Cairns: Airfare Deal Alert: Now is a Great Time To Say 'G'Day, 'Straya!'
Details look like this: the sale includes economy class flights from either Los Angeles , Dallas or New York to Australia and then connecting flights to the tropical North Queensland city of Cairns , a jumping off point for trips to enjoy the crystal-blue waters of the Reef.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Qantas Offers Fare Sale To Cairns And The Great Barrier Reef
Qantas Airways , is giving travelers an extra incentive to visit Cairns, home of the Great Barrier Reef, and book an Australian getaway with huge savings on departures from .
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Cape Crusaders shine
Promising Aussie Rules talent is emerging from Queensland's most remote communities with six players from Cape York and the Torres Strait selected in the Queensland Country Kookaburras Under 14s team on Sunday.
PM Julia Gillard releases new figures in Gonski push to Qld Government
The Federal Government has released figures suggesting all Queensland public schools would be significantly better off under the Gonski funding arrangements.
Home-brew blamed for Qld deaths
TWO men are dead and two others are fighting for life after drinking a batch of home-brewed spirits in southern Queensland.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Queen's Birthday honours for North's finest
MEET the North Queensland community leaders who are among the 582 Australians on the 2013 Queen's Birthday honours list.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Empty wards 'eerie' in wake of disease
File picture. A man died after an outbreak of legionnaire's disease at Brisbane's Wesley Hospital.
Brisbane writer revisits Camelot
IT'S the stuff of fantasy, this tale tumbling from the lips of Marilyn Hume, even if the scene is as ordinary as they come.
Pianist Valentina Lisitsa Makes Australian Debut at QPAC Tonight
Queensland Performing Arts Centre has announced the Brisbane exclusive and Australian debut performance by internationally acclaimed Ukrainian-born classical pianist Valentina Lisitsa tonight 8 June 2013.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
The good Mail on barmy Brisbane
Britain's barmy army has arrived in Brisbane with the touring British and Irish Lions team and are lapping up the off-field attractions.
Poms hate Oz; love Brisbane
THEY might hate Australia, especially during their British Lions tour, but the Poms have taken a shine to Brisbane.
Laboratory outs itself as failing to notify Legionnaires' disease
ASHLEY HALL: One of Australia's biggest medical laboratories has admitted it failed to notify health authorities when it diagnosed a patient with Legionnaires' disease last week.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Deeragun joins top 20 residential growth areas
The Townsville suburb of Deeragun is the only area in Queensland to make it into the country's top 20 residential growth areas based on population and building approvals.
Hangout LIVE on the Great Barrier Reef for World Oceans Day
For those of us that are unable to travel to Australia for World Oceans Day , Tourism and Events Queensland is bringing the reef to the world.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Expert says reef tourism hinges on positive UNESCO decision
A central Queensland tourism expert says if international tourists believe the Great Barrier Reef is endangered they will stop visiting.
Four-stars for execs as prices set to rise
MORE than 50 Ergon executives were flown to Townsville for a two-day "love in" less than a week after Queenslanders were warned to brace for a 22.6 per cent hike in their power bills.
Queensland is much less popular on TE than New South Wales or Victoria. And who goes to Cairns??? it is very far from anywhere - from Brisbane it is more that 1700 km by road or train and there are no other towns around.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Packer raises stakes in casino duel
In one corner is James Packer, who wants to build a second Brisbane casino. In the other are Echo Entertainment, the owners of Queensland's three existing casinos.
Qld's Sunlander train on track to celebrate 60 years
Queensland Rail spokesman Martin Ryan says it was the state's first air-conditioned passenger train and replaced steam trains with a brand new locomotive.