Written by Bridgette Vanderwolf, prepared for online by Holly Parkinson. New training hubs are giving doctors opportunities to create better relationships in rural areas. University initiatives and dedicated health practices are providing a much-needed link for rural and regional Queenslanders …

Central Queensland doctors can now get the training they need closer to home Read more »

Written by Teagan Matthews, prepared for online by Holly Parkinson. Home affairs minister Peter Dutton has suggested giving gun lobbies a seat at the table to advise the government on firearms policy. However, Greens gun control spokeswoman Senator Lee Rhiannon …

Queensland Greens say a firearms advisory council will only lead to weaker gun laws Read more »

By Lauren Reddiex, produced for online by Naveen Razik Homeowners will have 211 armoured high-tech vehicles to thank for an expected property price bonanza in Ipswich. New research from Riskwise Property Research has rated Ipswich as an ideal city for …

Ipswich house prices set to explode following multi-billion dollar defence deal Read more »

By Alice Sinclair, produced for online by Jessica Riga Australia’s organic growers and wholesalers are fighting the Federal Government after they were left in the lurch following a proposal for compulsory chemical treatments on imported seeds. The proposed reforms include …

Organics industry shocked by Government’s plans for forced chemical sprays Read more »