Problems with Queensland’s transport and energy capacity – ranging from level crossing dangers to choke points in the power grid – are holding the state back.
Brisbane Olympics or not, when it comes to infrastructure investment the Morrison Government’s immediate attention will be fixed on delivering gold, gold, gold for the regions.
Fringe areas of Greater Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast are poised to take advantage of firms wanting to make major shifts away from basing themselves in the CBD.
A south-east Queensland council has thrown its weight behind moves to bring a specialised bus onto its streets to temporarily house homeless people.
Australia needed to build a genuine “ecosystem” of innovation or it risked seeing its economy “leap-frogged” by countries like Vietnam, one of the Palaszczuk Government’s top bureaucrats has warned.
A new “Grand Central” precinct to replace the demolition site at Brisbane’s Roma St station is set to boast a world-class sports and entertainment centre, public plazas and bars, and even a retirement home.