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Despite four of the state’s seven public universities budgeting for a loss in 2021 amid ongoing international border closures, only Central Queensland University ended the year in the red.

Pandemic, population, and popularity: Clouds remain for Qld educators

The Queensland Audit Office has outlined challenges ahead across the entirety of the state’s education sector including public universities, TAFE and state schools.

  • by Matt Dennien


Artists impression of the Walker Group’s planned Toondah Harbour development.

Urgent native title mediation over $1.4b Toondah Harbour project

Developers have for a decade planned a large marina and residential complex at Cleveland, but questions around native title are yet to be answered.

  • by Tony Moore
Queensland Attorney-General says a new inquiry into Star will “build on” the NSW probe.

Queen’s Wharf casino can open even if inquiry sinks Star, says attorney-general

Shannon Fentiman says even if a Queensland inquiry finds Star Entertainment unsuitable to hold a licence, “there are things we can put in place” to ensure the Queen’s Wharf casino can open mid-2023.

  • by Cameron Atfield

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