Workers will now have their wages paid by taxpayers under a historic $130 billion plan to keep Australians in jobs and on the books.
Australians now have more limits on the amount of alcohol they can purchase over the counter and online as liquor retailers roll out tougher measures.
“IT was everything I envisioned … just minus the people!”
After more than doubling its number of cases at the weekend, the region’s number has again risen.
‘The kids really loved being with him and in his company’: Tributes flow for young father killed in Bruce Highway crash
Gatton real estate agency explains how six-month ban on evictions will impact renters.
A TOOWOOMBA Facebook group is hoping to inject some kindness into the community by chronicling good deeds and nice acts happening around town.
The tallying of councillor votes is under way, with one candidate taking an early lead.
WITH restrictions on daily life becoming tougher by the hour due to the intrusions of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are being forced to innovate.
Public gatherings of more than two people have been banned, and youth no longer allowed to use playgrounds and skate parks in bid to slow virus spread.
"All restrictions have been on the advice of medical information. Nothing has been based on social advice. No other minister has been consulted."
Unprecedented public health restrictions are expected to stay in place for months with experts saying it would be “ridiculous” to remove them, despite evidence...
Tough new restrictions will come into place from midday today, with the message from the PM only go outside if it’s essential.
Hospital staff across Australia are bracing for an "enormous" surge in coronavirus cases amid warnings that private hospitals could shut down.
Some of Australia’s hospitals are about to be closed and their staff stood down putting 100,000 workers at risk of no work.
Some Queensland teachers have been forced to make their own disinfectants to spray work spaces following a shortage of cleaning supplies.
MORE than a million people have voted early in Queensland's local governement elections which have been overshadowed by the threat of coronavirus.
The number of Queensland COVID-19 cases has jumped by 70 overnight, with the total figure climbing to 625. Three people are in intensive care.
Despite great fear over the spread of the coronavirus, the ECQ has warned those who fail to vote in today’s council elections can expect to cop a fine.
They’ve been branded the cruise ships of the Outback, and they present a clear and present danger to parts of Queensland that are so far coronavirus-free.