Aurizon fee fight back in court

Aurizon Network is being sued by a number of mining companies over fees for their use of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal rail links at Gladstone.

Multiple mining companies battle rail provider over fees

CRUSHING BLOW: 'Dreadful outcome' from cane crush

TOUGH SEASON: Canegrowers Maryborough manager Cameron Waterson said this year's crop can't recover, with about 600,000 tonnes expected from the rush season.

An estimated 600,000 tonnes will be crushed.

Residents fear sand mine sell out by State Minister

Sand mine opponents attend the Nambour Council Chambers.Cou

Further testing undertaken on site, despite claims of significance

How Costco plan to use Ipswich shoppers to dominate market

PLANNED: An Ipswich Costco store, like this one in Canberra, is planned to make the most of the city's strategic location.

Ipswich shoppers will form part of company's cunning business model

Cheap carrot, potato gain is pain for Lockyer farmers

WINTER VEG: Lockyer Valley Growers Association president Michael Sippel says farmers are feeling the early heat.

Summer has come early and winter veggies are going cheap

Massive development step closer to approval

The population will double if the council approves the application