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Brisbane: Capital city of Queensland, Australia
Brisbane is the capital of and the most populated city in the Australian state of Queensland, and the third most populous city in Australia. Brisbane's metropolitan area has a population of approximately 2.5 million, and the South East Queensland metropolitan region, centred on Brisbane, encompasses a population of more than 3.6 million.

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Family remembers Brisbane student from drag queen protest as 'devoted, loving' man

The family of Wilson Gavin has broken their silence following his death on Monday.
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UQ Liberal National club president dies after backlash to drag storytime video

Wilson Gavin has died, a day after leading a protest against a drag queen event at a Brisbane library.
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Liberal Nationals MP slams university club filmed confronting drag queens at library

A federal member of the Queensland Liberal Nationals Party has distanced himself from a university group claiming to be affiliated with the party after they protested an LBGTIQ+ storytime event at a..
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Thousands rally across Australia, condemning government handling of bushfire crisis

Large numbers of people gathered in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane armed with signs and placards, many baring the #sackScomo hashtag.
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School graduate overjoyed to get an OP1 as final year results released

Brisbane's Maddy Orr danced around the kitchen with her mum after learning she was among 535 Queenslanders to receive the top score.
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Israel Folau facing limited opportunities after settlement with Rugby Australia

Brisbane have denied they've made any approach to bring Israel Folau back to the NRL club following media reports they were pursuing the former Wallabies star.
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Girls, one and two, found dead in Queensland car showed 'signs of heat exposure'

Two young girls found dead in a car south of Brisbane showed signs of heat exposure, Queensland police say as detectives investigate the tragedy.
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Two toddlers found dead in car at Logan, south of Brisbane

Police have set up a crime scene in Brisbane's south after two children were found dead inside a car.
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Chinese Consul-General ordered to provide campus violence evidence

The University of Queenland and Chinese Consul-General to Brisbane have been ordered to produce evidence about Australian campus violence.
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Water-bombing helicopter crash lands fighting as fires rage across Queensland

A helicopter pilot has crashed while waterbombing a fire west of Brisbane. More than 60 blazes continue to burn across the state.
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Law firm boss appeals sexual harassment payout

Anthony Morris QC told the Federal Court in Brisbane that Judge Salvatore Vasta had erred when he concluded Bangalow lawyer Owen Hughes' conduct toward lawyer Catherine Hill in 2015 was sexual in..
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Iraqi refugee denied bail over SIEV-X asylum seeker deaths

Iraqi refugee Maythem Kamil Radhi has been refused bail in a Brisbane court over the drowning deaths of 353 adults and children in 2001.
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Alleged people smuggler denied bail in Qld

Iraqi refugee Maythem Kamil Radhi has been refused bail in a Brisbane court a 2001 people smuggling operation in which 353 adults and children died at sea.
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Afghan refugee transferred from Manus for medical treatment dies in Brisbane

The Department of Home Affairs has confirmed an Afghan refugee has died by suicide at a Brisbane hotel.
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Australian runner abandoned as a baby now face of competition for athletes with a disability

Alberto Campbell-Staines was orphaned in Jamaica when he was just three months old and suffered malnutrition as a child, leading to brain damage. After being adopted by an Australian couple, he is now..
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Perfect imperfect: why Luke Hodge is a leader among lads

The Hawk-turned-Lion has made some mistakes in a brilliant career, but learned from them. He's not the Brisbane captain but he's always a leader.
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Muslim groups, MPs condemn 'vile' graffiti on Brisbane mosque

Muslim groups in Brisbane say members of the community are reeling from the incident.
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Man arrested at Brisbane airport after fatal NSW hit-and-run

The 52-year-old was arrested on Tuesday morning and was allegedly trying to flee the country when NSW officers swooped.
The Age - Published

'Not Superman': Accused murderer John Chardon denies sex with Filipino students

Accused murderer John Chardon has denied he demanded sex in exchange for helping students he financially supported in the Philippines, while under cross-examination in a Brisbane court.
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No bail for Olympian Nathan Baggaley over $200m drug haul

Olympic silver medallist Nathan Baggaley has been denied bail in Brisbane over an alleged plot to import more than half a tonne of cocaine.
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Hundreds march in 'extinction rebellion' protest in Brisbane

Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets of Brisbane as part of the 'extinction rebellion' demonstrations. Several people were arrested for causing raffic delays and congestion.
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Shayna Jack vows to fight on after meeting with anti-doping authority

Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has vowed to fight to prove her innocence after a near five-hour briefing with ASADA officials in Brisbane.
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Chinese diplomat told to respect free speech rights in Australia after Hong Kong tensions spill over in Brisbane

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has slapped down a Chinese diplomat for interfering in a protest between students over tensions in Hong Kong.
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Children need trees but in one decade our cities removed enough to cover Brisbane

Young Australians will be exposed to "nature-deficit disorder" unless we replant the trees removed from our urban areas.
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Pollie pedal peloton arrives in Brisbane

The Pollie Pedal has come to a close for another year with politicians and veterans who cycled more than 1000km through NSW and Queensland arriving in Brisbane.
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Morrison, Qld premier in Olympic talks

The prime minister and Queensland premier have met in Brisbane for talks on an Olympics hosting bid and other issues.
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Pressure mounts in Queensland over miner deaths

An emergency meeting will be held in Brisbane to consider improvements to short- and long-term safety protocols at the Queensland mine sites after several deaths in the past year.
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Queensland minister sets up office in Melbourne

Living in Queensland while working in Melbourne with a senior advisor in Adelaide and another in Brisbane does seem like quite the lark.
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Adani mine opponents vow to 'stop' Brisbane with protest

Commuters could face significant delays as opponents of the Adani coal mine march through Brisbane's CBD on Friday afternoon.
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Adani protest vow to 'stop' Brisbane

Anti-Adani protesters are planning another rally in the heart of Brisbane, prompting warnings for commuters to find other ways to work on Friday.
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Qld commuters braced for anti-Adani chaos

Anti-Adani protesters are planning another rally in the heart of Brisbane, prompting warnings for commuters to find other ways to work on Friday.
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Quilty holds onto 'outsider' status at major solo exhibition

A major solo exhibition for one of Australia’s most renowned and controversial artists has opened in Brisbane in a rare tribute for a living painter.
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Hospital probes loss of files on Qld road

A full investigation is underway after patient files earmarked for destruction were found on a busy Brisbane road.
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Missing friends, sleepless nights: Sudanese-Australians protest blackout back home

Decked in blue and banging drums, hundreds of people have rallied in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne to raise awareness about the uprising in Sudan.
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Queensland police deny Indigenous boy kept naked in watch-house for days

Queensland police have denied a boy was held naked for days inside Brisbane's maximum security watch-house.
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Boy left naked in Qld watch house: report

Disability advocates are outraged after reports a boy was held naked for days inside Brisbane's maximum security watch house.
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Brisbane woman, 24, charged with murder

A woman charged with murder after a man was found with stab wounds on a footpath in inner Brisbane has had her matters mentioned in court.
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Coroner to hand down findings on Indigenous man Shaun Coolwell’s death in custody

Inquest findings on the death of a 33-year-old Indigenous man who was restrained in a violent episode are set to be delivered in Brisbane.
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Qld coroner to report on indigenous death

Inquest findings on the death of a 33-year-old indigenous man who was restrained in a violent episode are set to be delivered in Brisbane.
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Australian police dig up garden in search for missing U.S. woman

Australian police investigating the disappearance of a U.S. woman said on Saturday they fear she has been killed and began digging up the front garden of her Brisbane home.
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Lantern parade welcomes new Queenslanders

Thousands joined the Luminous Lantern Parade in Brisbane on Friday to celebrate and welcome newly-arrived people to Queensland.
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State of Origin players stay silent during national anthem

Several players from both teams have refused to sing the national anthem before Wednesday's State of Origin opener in Brisbane.
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Mates rescue Qld man after wall collapse

A Queensland man has been rescued by workmates after a wall collapsed on him south of Brisbane.
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Labor leadership gear up for tax choice

Labor leader Anthony Albanese and members of his shadow cabinet are meeting in Brisbane to dissect the federal election result and redraw their policy platform.
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Hospitals win as Qld govt rolls out budget

The Queensland government will set aside hundreds of millions of dollars in next week's budget to redevelop two hospitals on the outskirts of Brisbane.
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Shadow cabinet heads to poll 'ground zero'

Labor leader Anthony Albanese and members of his shadow cabinet are meeting in Brisbane to dissect the federal election result and redraw their policy platform.
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