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The Daily Mercury
More job losses to hit coal industryare usually on equal footing. And although the sell-off of Queensland Rail arg
More job losses to hit coal industry
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 hours ago
are usually on equal footing. And although the sell-off of Queensland Rail arguably led to the demise of former premier Anna Bligh, is it fair to say she got away with selling a lemon? She might have a case to answer as the latest announcement... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland Government fights to recover Nuttall's superannuationNational Party (LNP) have said it was each other's responsibility to recover th
Queensland Government fights to recover Nuttall's superannuation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
National Party (LNP) have said it was each other's responsibility to recover the taxpayer-funded contributions. Former premier Anna Bligh estimated in 2009 that Nuttall had accumulated about $800,000. More to come. More stories from Que... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sincerely yours, ‘Bigot’says “Rob, Jesus loves you” and is oddly signed “A Bigot”, says events such as
Sincerely yours, ‘Bigot’
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
says “Rob, Jesus loves you” and is oddly signed “A Bigot”, says events such as last month’s east coast low, as well as Anna Bligh, Kevin Rudd and Barry O’Farrell’s demise were due to the acceptance of “gay unions”. It also quotes various Bible... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Sincerely yours, ‘Bigot’: Rob sent homophobic hate mailsays “Rob, Jesus loves you” and is oddly signed “A Bigot”, says events such as
Sincerely yours, ‘Bigot’: Rob sent homophobic hate mail
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
says “Rob, Jesus loves you” and is oddly signed “A Bigot”, says events such as last month’s east coast low, as well as Anna Bligh, Kevin Rudd and Barry O’Farrell’s demise were due to the acceptance of “gay unions”. It also quotes various bible... Read more
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The Age
We need to talk about Kevin ... Rudd, that isthrough the count like an old priest saying mass. No one was listening. A littl
We need to talk about Kevin ... Rudd, that is
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
through the count like an old priest saying mass. No one was listening. A little after 7pm Queensland time, the premier, Anna Bligh, appeared from the party's headquarters upstairs and walked through the melee confiding to those in her path:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
We need to talk about Kevin ... Rudd, that isthrough the count like an old priest saying mass. No one was listening. A littl
We need to talk about Kevin ... Rudd, that is
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
through the count like an old priest saying mass. No one was listening. A little after 7pm Queensland time, the premier, Anna Bligh, appeared from the party's headquarters upstairs and walked through the melee confiding to those in her path:... Read more
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The North West Star
Federal election 2016: Queensland 'finds' $800 million for Cross River Railplanning. Mr Warnock said much of subsequent planning since for these new mega
Federal election 2016: Queensland 'finds' $800 million for Cross River Rail
The North West Star / Posted 26 days ago
planning. Mr Warnock said much of subsequent planning since for these new mega-cities – announced by former premier Anna Bligh – has since been run by the respective councils. He said "the plan" between 2005 and 2010 was to increase... Read more
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Brisbane Times
State 'finds' $800m for $5.4b Cross River Railplanning. Mr Warnock said much of subsequent planning since for these new mega
State 'finds' $800m for $5.4b Cross River Rail
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 days ago
planning. Mr Warnock said much of subsequent planning since for these new mega-cities – announced by former premier Anna Bligh – has since been run by the respective councils. He said "the plan" between 2005 and 2010 was to increase... Read more
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The Courier Mail
History points to a bright futurebefore Irene Longman, became the first woman elected to Parliament to do so – a
History points to a bright future
The Courier Mail / Posted 30 days ago
before Irene Longman, became the first woman elected to Parliament to do so – and a full 102 years after suffrage until Anna Bligh was the first female elected premier. He established a sawmill in the river port of Maryborough – then... Read more

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