Mayor Mark Jamieson is all but locked in for a third term in office, but mystery surrounds who will be joining him. FULL ELECTION ANALYSIS
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.
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.
A 75-year-old woman who was a passenger on the Ruby Princess cruise ship has died in the Caboolture hospital. It raises the Qld total to 656.
Sails restaurant owner claims guests linked to a significant coronavirus outbreak visited a number of other venues.
One man is dead and another has been left in a critical condition in separate crashes in southeast Queensland overnight.
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.
Failing to follow COVID-19 Laws will not just affect your health and land you in hospital, it will hit your hip pocket and even land you in jail for life.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented situation and it’s understandable that people have a lot of questions. We’ve answered 100 of the top ones about the...
Now is the time for governments at all levels to re-engage with communities and to put people first, argues Bill Hoffman.
Hopes of arriving home to Ulmarra this weekend have been dashed for John and Di Leask after a government backflip
Fury over the health risks posed by tomorrow's council elections, new revealations about cases, and a tribute to a Queensland man who died in virus news today.
Police have confirmed both men involved in a crash which killed one and seriously injured another were Sunshine Coast locals.
Sunshine Beach Surf Club has issued a statement about the venue’s 80 guests and staff were exposed to a person who has since tested positive to the coronavirus.