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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)hinterland over the next year or so will be asked to participate in a survey ab
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
hinterland over the next year or so will be asked to participate in a survey about the parks' future. Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has announced plans for low-impact, eco-tourism accommodation in seven national park sites across the state. A... Read more
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News Mail
Jobs for the boysthe loved ones of those who had died without closure. His reputation now in ta
Jobs for the boys
News Mail / Posted 4 days ago
the loved ones of those who had died without closure. His reputation now in tatters, the Labor Party replaced him with Anna Bligh as premier. She soon became another disaster in the long line of Labor failures. They then packed Beattie off to... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Aussie town cheaper than Auckland houseprices were $900,000 and $1.05 million respectively last month. The tiny town
Aussie town cheaper than Auckland house
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
prices were $900,000 and $1.05 million respectively last month. The tiny town was a saw-milling camp until 2008 when the Anna Bligh government closed it after changes to forestry practices. It sits on 16ha and is home to 16 Queenslander-style... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Australian town that costs less than an Auckland house$1.05 million respectively last month. The tiny town was used as a saw milling
The Australian town that costs less than an Auckland house
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
$1.05 million respectively last month. The tiny town was used as a saw milling camp until 2008 when it was closed by the Anna Bligh government after changes to forestry practices. It sits on 16 hectares and is home to 16 Queenslander-style homes... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Gloria Steinam: 'If you think it's a pig, it's a pig'Gloria Steinem held the attention of an Australian audience and this time it wa
Gloria Steinam: 'If you think it's a pig, it's a pig'
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
Gloria Steinem held the attention of an Australian audience and this time it was to have a conversation with former Premier Anna Bligh. Steinem was at the Powerhouse in Brisbane on Sunday for the Writers + Ideas Program and to share experiences... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brisbane club snubs Premier, because she's femalewithin its walls, has yet to report witnessing the end of the world. It's not
Brisbane club snubs Premier, because she's female
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
within its walls, has yet to report witnessing the end of the world. It's not the first time a Premier has missed out. Anna Bligh also fell short in the membership requirements. But it hasn't always been that way, with the club proud of its... Read more
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Queensland Times
True grit the hallmark of true believersbelieved they strayed from core principles. "I was involved in the ETU 'Not fo
True grit the hallmark of true believers
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
believed they strayed from core principles. "I was involved in the ETU 'Not for Sale' campaign which was very active when Anna Bligh privatised," he said. "The public would have seen that the ETU, having criticised the Labor Party for... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Advocate urges Qld premier to protect koalasland clearing policy. But Ms Tabart also placed the blame on former Labor prem
Advocate urges Qld premier to protect koalas
Sky News Australia / Posted 14 days ago
land clearing policy. But Ms Tabart also placed the blame on former Labor premiers Wayne Goss, Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh. Her criticism comes following a University of Queensland report, released in August 2015, which found koala... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Koala advocate urges action by Qld premierland clearing policy. But Ms Tabart also placed the blame on former Labor prem
Koala advocate urges action by Qld premier
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
land clearing policy. But Ms Tabart also placed the blame on former Labor premiers Wayne Goss, Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh. Her criticism comes following a University of Queensland report, released in August 2015, which found koala... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Premier 'can save Queensland koalas'policy. But the foundation chief executive also placed the blame on former Lab
Premier 'can save Queensland koalas'
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
policy. But the foundation chief executive also placed the blame on former Labor premiers Wayne Goss, Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh. Ms Tabart challenged Ms Palaszczuk to listen to her organisation. "We are confident we could help the koala and... Read more
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The Age
Economists warn of dire short-term repercussionsto ravage the Australian economy this year by hitting growth and driving up inf
Economists warn of dire short-term repercussions
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
to ravage the Australian economy this year by hitting growth and driving up inflation. With the Queensland Premier, Anna Bligh, putting the cost of the damage at $5 billion, economists expect flood-induced price rises to increase pressure on... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why Abby’s red-faced at Logies carpet callsorry,’ and have gone back to my room, into the corner of the room and said ‘I
Why Abby’s red-faced at Logies carpet call
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
sorry,’ and have gone back to my room, into the corner of the room and said ‘I will just watch’,” she said.Abby Earl plays Anna Bligh in Foxtel's A Place To Call Home “Both years they have said, ‘send in Noni (co-star Noni Hazlehurst), only Noni... Read more
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The Courier
Festival the stuff of fictioncommended new festival artistic director Ailsa Brackley du Bois on her skills i
Festival the stuff of fiction
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
commended new festival artistic director Ailsa Brackley du Bois on her skills in attracting high-profile writers such as Anna Bligh, Cate Kennedy, Arnold Zable and Peter Yeldham. He also praised the talents of Richard Frankland, the last-minute... Read more
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The Courier
Festival the stuff of fictioncommended new festival artistic director Ailsa Brackley du Bois on her skills i
Festival the stuff of fiction
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
commended new festival artistic director Ailsa Brackley du Bois on her skills in attracting high-profile writers such as Anna Bligh, Cate Kennedy, Arnold Zable and Peter Yeldham. He also praised the talents of Richard Frankland, the last-minute... Read more
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The Courier
Clunes’ new headlinerFranklin’s talk will be a session with Clunes Booktown other festival headliner
Clunes’ new headliner
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
Franklin’s talk will be a session with Clunes Booktown other festival headliner – former Premier of Queensland Anna Bligh, who will speak on her memoir Through the Wall: Reflections on Leadership, Love and Survival. The Clunes Booktown... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Belt a farmer: Now it is Shorten’s turnbefore Campbell Newman’s vandalism” in Queensland. “These were extraordinarily
Belt a farmer: Now it is Shorten’s turn
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
before Campbell Newman’s vandalism” in Queensland. “These were extraordinarily important reforms that Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh put in place, I must say with the support of John Howard because he understood the importance of those reforms in... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Belt a farmer: Now it is Shorten’s turnbefore Campbell Newman’s vandalism” in Queensland. “These were extraordinarily
Belt a farmer: Now it is Shorten’s turn
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 27 days ago
before Campbell Newman’s vandalism” in Queensland. “These were extraordinarily important reforms that Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh put in place, I must say with the support of John Howard because he understood the importance of those reforms in... Read more
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The North West Star
Belt a farmer: Now it is Shorten’s turnbefore Campbell Newman’s vandalism” in Queensland. “These were extraordinarily
Belt a farmer: Now it is Shorten’s turn
The North West Star / Posted 27 days ago
before Campbell Newman’s vandalism” in Queensland. “These were extraordinarily important reforms that Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh put in place, I must say with the support of John Howard because he understood the importance of those reforms in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Federal Labor promises to reinstate land clearing restrictionshe said. "These were extraordinarily important reforms that [former Queensland
Federal Labor promises to reinstate land clearing restrictions
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 27 days ago
he said. "These were extraordinarily important reforms that [former Queensland Labor premiers] Peter Beattie and Anna Bligh put in place, with, I must say, the support of John Howard, because he understood the importance of those reforms... Read more

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