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The shattered residents of Grantham want and need better answers from the Queensland government, reports Toowoomba-based freelance journalist Amanda Gearing.
Many in politics are against foreign investment in rural Australia, but farmer and rural communications specialist Robbie Sefton says sometimes it is the only way for small farms to survive.
Reporters and editors are working hard to get the paper out in the areas worst affected by the latest Queensland floods.
As Australia’s unprecedented 2013 heatwave continues, the deadline for submissions to a Senate inquiry into Australia's readiness for climate change is coming to a close Graham Readfearn takes a look at what's required.
Whatever you do, don't mention the D word. That explains this nervous talk, or non talk, around whether the projected Budget surplus should be abandoned to "pay for" the cost of recovering from the floods.
The Queensland and Victorian floods dominated local media this week, and rightly so. However, other nations, including Sri Lanka, Brazil and South Africa, are also suffering severe flooding, although their governments may not be as equipped to cope with the devastation, reports Amber Jamieson.
Toowoomba resident Jim Forbes left his wife and four-year-old daughter to head in to work in Brisbane on Monday, leaving just before the floods hit his family and his hometown.
During this morning's press conference Queensland Premier Anna Bligh continued to evoke Queensland's devastating floods of 1974 to give Queenslanders, especially those in Ipswich and Brisbane today, an indication of what lay ahead.