A $5 billion investment program for northern Australia will be turbo-charged to enable more projects to go ahead.
A new $1 billion coal mine in central Queensland has received final approval on the eve of the state election, paving the way for construction to commence.
North Queensland farmers are being asked about the water needed to grow their crops as part of a business case for raising the Burdekin Falls Dam wall.
Rice growers in the Herbert and Burdekin could increase production to 25,000 tonnes per year if a new storage facility was built in the region.
The entire Bruce Highway would become four lanes under an ambitious plan launched by the LNP in the lead up to the state election.
Agricultural and mineral exports helped the Port of Townsville maintain a strong financial position amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
Cane farmers are voluntarily signing up to their industry's best management practice program in retaliation to heavy-handed reef regulations.
Charters Towers Combined Agents yarded a total of 2166 cattle, consisting of 1992 prime cattle and 174 store cattle on Wednesday.