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The Courier Mail
Secret deal claim hits troubled MPFederal MP Stuart Robert secretly helped bankroll the campaigns of three counci
Secret deal claim hits troubled MP
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Federal MP Stuart Robert secretly helped bankroll the campaigns of three council candidates will be referred to the Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ) for investigation. A spokesman for Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath last night... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)the State Government to urgently deliver its policy on wind farms. By Jo Skinn
Topic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
the State Government to urgently deliver its policy on wind farms. By Jo Skinner, Paul Robinson and Kirsty Nancarrow The Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ) is reminding residents in the former Noosa, Douglas, Livingstone and Mareeba shires... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to publicly disclose their donations to the Electoral Commission of Queensland within 15 weeks, by Monday, July 4. Almost $47,000 was donated from the ETU. Smaller... Read more
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News Mail
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to publicly disclose their donations to the Electoral Commission of Queensland within 15 weeks, by Monday, July 4. Almost $47,000 was donated from the ETU. Smaller... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed
The Daily Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to publicly disclose their donations to the Electoral Commission of Queensland within 15 weeks, by Monday, July 4. Almost $47,000 was donated from the ETU. Smaller... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to publicly disclose their donations to the Electoral Commission of Queensland within 15 weeks, by Monday, July 4. Almost $47,000 was donated from the ETU. Smaller... Read more
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Queensland Times
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to
The $67,000 council election campaign that failed
Queensland Times / Posted 11 days ago
$10,000 to the election fund. Each candidate from the election is required to publicly disclose their donations to the Electoral Commission of Queensland within 15 weeks, by Monday, July 4. Almost $47,000 was donated from the ETU. Smaller... Read more
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Queensland Times
Lockyer Valley mayor is declaredcouncillor and deputy mayor of the Lockyer Valley Regional Council Tanya Millig
Lockyer Valley mayor is declared
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
councillor and deputy mayor of the Lockyer Valley Regional Council Tanya Milligan has been officially declared mayor. The Electoral Commission of Queensland announced the result today, with Cr Milligan taking out 49.18 per cent of the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ex-councillors will be no-shows at special meeting held in their honourwould go ahead as planned in the council chamber at 2pm on Tuesday. He said he
Ex-councillors will be no-shows at special meeting held in their honour
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
would go ahead as planned in the council chamber at 2pm on Tuesday. He said he had proposed the meeting because the Electoral Commission of Queensland began the official election period earlier than planned, meaning the four councillors were... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendumin for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on f
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendum
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted a month ago
in for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on four-year fixed parliamentary terms.The Electoral Commission of Queensland officially declared the 'yes' result on Tuesday. Of the almost 80% votes that have been... Read more
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Queensland Times
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendumin for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on f
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendum
Queensland Times / Posted a month ago
in for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on four-year fixed parliamentary terms.The Electoral Commission of Queensland officially declared the 'yes' result on Tuesday. Of the almost 80% votes that have been... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendumin for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on f
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendum
The Morning Bulletin / Posted a month ago
in for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on four-year fixed parliamentary terms.The Electoral Commission of Queensland officially declared the 'yes' result on Tuesday. Of the almost 80% votes that have been... Read more
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News Mail
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendumin for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on f
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendum
News Mail / Posted a month ago
in for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on four-year fixed parliamentary terms.The Electoral Commission of Queensland officially declared the 'yes' result on Tuesday. Of the almost 80% votes that have been... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendumin for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on f
HISTORIC MOMENT: Queensland says 'Yes' in referendum
The Daily Mercury / Posted a month ago
in for an extra year in government after most voters backed the referendum on four-year fixed parliamentary terms.The Electoral Commission of Queensland officially declared the 'yes' result on Tuesday. Of the almost 80% votes that have been... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland referendum passes with 51pc in support of four-year terms: Attorney-Generalpasses, Attorney-General says The referendum on whether to have four-year fixe
Queensland referendum passes with 51pc in support of four-year terms: Attorney-General
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
passes, Attorney-General says The referendum on whether to have four-year fixed parliamentary terms has passed, with the Electoral Commission of Queensland to declare the result today, Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath says. Ms D'Ath said the 51 per... Read more
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The North West Star
ECQ refuse to investigate Croydon election claimsTHE Electoral Commission of Queensland say there is “insufficient evidence” to
ECQ refuse to investigate Croydon election claims
The North West Star / Posted 1 months ago
THE Electoral Commission of Queensland say there is “insufficient evidence” to investigate claims of fraud in the Croydon Shire council election. THE Electoral Commission of Queensland say there is “insufficient evidence” to investigate claims of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ping pong balls solve drawn Qld electiona bucket have decided the fate of a councillor in north-western Queensland afte
Ping pong balls solve drawn Qld election
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
a bucket have decided the fate of a councillor in north-western Queensland after a dead heat was called on Wednesday. The Electoral Commission of Queensland is now investigating close results in the mayoral tussles in 11 Queensland councils as it... Read more

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