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2015/01/25 23:11
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SEAS around the Fraser Coast region have been identified as an algae bloom hotspot and fish-feeding magnet by researchers at the University of Southern Queensland and Griffith University. Caused by...
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2015/01/24 21:24
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Waterford Labor candidate Shannon Fentiman. Photo: Supplied Labor candidates in four marginal southeast Queensland seats appear to be airbrushing their union links from their candidate profiles but...
2015/01/23 21:18
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ONE of Queensland's safest seats could produce a 15% swing against the incumbent next Saturday, an academic says. Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie could see his 26.3% margin trimmed to just 11.3%,...
2015/01/23 19:57
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QUEENSLAND is teetering on a knife-edge just seven sleeps until the election. And regional residents say the state's economy is getting worse. Two polls this week reveal a hair's breadth between the...
2015/01/23 02:34
2015/01/23 02:34
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DETERMINED and focused Mackay student Josh Nicholson will reach for the sky and design skyscrapers. His goal begins with a Bachelor of Architectural Design at Griffith University and Josh starts...
2015/01/22 13:29
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BIGGER than France is how state member Rob Katter once described the Mount Isa electorate – which covers 570,502 square kilometres. So are the communities in the Mount Isa electorate...
2015/01/21 14:28
2015/01/21 14:28
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Open letter: Prominent Queenslanders call on political parties to commit to accountability and transparency. An open letter to Queensland political parties, The erosion of accountability and...
2015/01/21 05:17
2015/01/21 05:17
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JUMPING is becoming big business, with a new indoor trampoline centre now offering a unique and action-packed experience in Meadowbrook. Councillor Luke Smith (Division 6), officially opened the...
2015/01/21 01:26
2015/01/21 01:26
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Queensland election 2015: From country to coast, voters have their say Queensland Cross Media Reporters The Queensland voter comes in many shapes and sizes – from the commuter who takes the City Cat...
2015/01/21 00:18
2015/01/21 00:18
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Halfway through last Saturday's Fastest Man on Sand beach sprint, Nicole Kay noticed she wasn't winning. So she decided to win, and won the race. The 16-year-old Mooloolaba sprinter's description of...
2015/01/20 21:13
2015/01/20 21:13
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TWO conditional funding promises made by the LNP State Government in Ipswich in recent days have been described by a leading Queensland academic and political analyst as "a form of political...
2015/01/19 19:37
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A DECADE after completing Year 10 work experience at Lismore Base Hospital, Northern Rivers ex-pat Madelyn Van Der Leeden is back, this time as a medicine undergraduate training to be a doctor. She's...
2015/01/18 23:11
2015/01/18 23:11
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QUEENSLANDERS diagnosed with a HPV-related cancer have new hope thanks to groundbreaking research being undertaken by Griffith University, funded by Cancer Council Queensland. As part of the...
2015/01/17 15:27
2015/01/17 15:27
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First came the absence of Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Now, deputy Liberal Party leader Julie Bishop has joined Mr Abbott as the second high-profile party absentee from Sunday's LNP Queensland election...
2015/01/14 19:21
2015/01/14 19:21
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I INDIRECTLY received an email from Dr Dale Kerwin, Mt Gravatt Campus, Griffith University regarding what we the taxpayers are forking out on federal politicians. I INDIRECTLY received an email from...
2015/01/13 20:18
2015/01/13 20:18
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IPSWICH'S leading female junior golfer Tahlia Condon is embarking on arguably the biggest year of her sporting career and life. Having finished school at Ipswich State High, Condon hopes to soon be...
2015/01/13 00:36
2015/01/13 00:36
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JUDGING from the first week of campaigning, the 2015 Queensland election is going to be very much about economics - and jobs in particular. On the one hand, Premier Campbell Newman and his Liberal...
2015/01/13 00:18
2015/01/13 00:18
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IF THE bookies are to be believed Campbell Newman could be gone and so could the massive majority the LNP secured just three years. But politicians still don't understand that they are the problem,...
2015/01/12 21:20
2015/01/12 21:20
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A CRIME expert has questioned the Queensland government's interpretation of statistics to "prove" the anti-bikie laws are having a significant impact on crime. Premier Campbell Newman pointed to...
2015/01/12 13:25
2015/01/12 13:25
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Winton is the town where 'Waltzing Matilda' was written. Located 849 km west of Rockhampton, nearly 1400 km north west Brisbane and 186 m above sea level, Winton is the centre of an important cattle...
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