The LNP Member for Toowoomba North, Trevor Watts, has quit his role as a Shadow Minister after being fined for breaching COVID-19 restrictions.
Many St Mary’s Catholic College students will be using the COVID-19 lockdown to improve their writing skills, thanks to an innovative program developed by teachers.
There are now less than 100 active confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland.
More than 6000 farmers, businesses, tourism operators, and community and sports clubs, won’t have to pay State land rent for six months under a series of measures to protect Queensland businesses and jobs.
The LNP is calling for the State Government to show some common sense and re-think its new restriction on Queenslanders travelling more than 50km from their home
The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is offering five free UpSkill mini-courses to support the community during COVID-19 pandemic.
Queensland’s COVID-19 tally has risen by seven since Friday, with three new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours.
A GoFundMe page has been set up to raise funds to help Darling Downs Zoo survive the COVID-19 shutdowns.
People who deliberately cough, sneeze or spit on public officials and workers – including shop assistants – could be fined up to $13,345 under a new COVID-19 Public Health Direction.
Kingaroy State High School and Saint Mary’s Catholic College are among 59 schools taking part in the 2020 Agribusiness Gateway to Industry Schools Program (AGISP).
United Petroleum’s Dalby Bio-Refinery has reopened to manufacture industrial grade ethanol to be used in hand sanitiser, hand wash and surface disinfectant products during the fight against COVID-19.
Some “stay-at-home” COVID-19 precautions in Queensland are set to ease slightly from next Friday (May 1).
Ergon Energy has modified its popular Safety Heroes program for easy home delivery by parents and caregivers during the COVID-19 lockdown.
South Burnett Regional Council has reminded residents that “ad hoc travel” – such as going out to buy an ice cream at 11:00pm – is banned under current health directives.
Queensland Health has expanded the testing criteria for COVID-19 so that anyone in the State who has a fever – or a history of fever – or acute respiratory symptoms can get tested.
A statewide blitz to enforce coronavirus quarantine orders has highlighted that most Queenslanders are complying.
Queensland’s COVID-19 tally of confirmed cases rose by two overnight, taking the State’s total to 1026 since the pandemic began.
The Toowoomba Region is well placed to address and overcome present challenges, as well as seize on opportunities that will continue to deliver lifestyle benefits and job prospects for residents, recently re-elected Mayor Paul Antonio believes.
State Parliament is expected to pass amendments to laws surrounding property rentals at a special sitting on Wednesday.
Queensland Health has unveiled a new web page which provides COVID-19 data sorted by Council area as well as Health Region.