The Commissioner for Mines and Safety has defended her role in the legal action that occurred following a death at Grasstree mine.
Lawyer claims former mine worker told a lie about a conversation with mine death victim.
The senior constable will fight the charge.
Paul McGuire inhaled toxic air at 1pm, his body was not found until two hours after a 'high high' alarm indicating dangerous levels of methane went off.
In a rare move Parole Board Queensland has spoken out on the decision to grant parole for one of the men linked to the death of Timothy Pullen.
One company and three men have been charged over the death of Connor Milne at a CQ quarry.
A man was attacked with a baseball bat and $8000 worth of damage done to a vehicle after a heated argument.
A father of two died within minutes when he inhaled lethal air after being sent to work on a gas sensor in a CQ mine
The girlfriend of a Mackay drug peddler was “washing” the cash through her bank accounts.
The family of a Mackay man brutally killed and dumped in bushland has been dealt another devastating blow.
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