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Queensland News & Politics

Here we list a range of Queensland news sources ranging from mainstream journalism to organisation's press releases as well as citizen journalists and bloggers. See also our page of Politics, Political Parties and Lobby Groups. Please note that listing does not imply endorsement.

Brisbane & Queensland News

  • 612 ABC Brisbane – The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's local radio station in Brisbane
  • ABC News
  • Brisbane Times (Fairfax Digital – online only publication for Brisbane – includes local plus news from other states)
  • Queensland Courts see the Daily Law List, court calendar, judgements and more
  • Traffic & Travel Information – Queensland Government website with up-to-date information about traffic incidents, road closures, road works, and load limits around Queensland.
  • Independent Australia is a progressive journal focusing on politics, democracy, the environment, Australian history and Australian identity. It contains news and opinion from Australia and around the world. IA supports quality investigative journalism, as well as citizen journalism and a diversity of voices. It believes Australians are short-changed by the mass media and and so it dedicates itself to seeking out the truth and informing the public
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme website about the proposed NDIS includes information, draft legislations, a forum, and much more.
  • The Courier Mail – Brisbane's daily print newspaper. (News Ltd) most content is paywalled.

Journals and E-zines

  • Online Opinion – e-journal based in Brisbane that aims to provide a forum for public social and political debate about current Australian issues.
  • Internet Information Resources for Australian Journalists – was an excellent resource for anyone wanting information and statistics. No longer being updated but may still be useful spending on your topic.

Queensland Press Releases, etc

These are the press releases from official sites so naturally express the viewpoint and aims of the publishing organisation.