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The News-Herald
High school boys soccer: 2015 team rosters(NOTE: Names are listed in alphabetical order by position. Stats, if available,
High school boys soccer: 2015 team rosters
The News-Herald / Posted yesterday
(NOTE: Names are listed in alphabetical order by position. Stats, if available, are 2014 goals-assists-points or goals-against average.) CHAGRIN VALLEY CONFERENCE Coach: Mario Gerhardt, 46th year Last year: 11-3-5 Starters: Chance Herbst, Jr.,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Save Aboriginal towns from ice: Qld MPINDIGENOUS Queensland MP Billy Gordon says the state government must do more to
Save Aboriginal towns from ice: Qld MP
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
INDIGENOUS Queensland MP Billy Gordon says the state government must do more to halt the use of ice in Aboriginal communities. THE independent MP, whose electorate covers Cape York Peninsula, is demanding heavier penalties possibly including seizing... Read more
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News.com.au
Save Aboriginal towns from ice: Qld MPINDIGENOUS Queensland MP Billy Gordon says the state government must do more to
Save Aboriginal towns from ice: Qld MP
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
INDIGENOUS Queensland MP Billy Gordon says the state government must do more to halt the use of ice in Aboriginal communities. THE independent MP, whose electorate covers Cape York Peninsula, is demanding heavier penalties possibly including seizing... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Ice use rising in grog-free communitiesIce dealers are reportedly targeting communities that are subject to alcohol ba
Ice use rising in grog-free communities
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Ice dealers are reportedly targeting communities that are subject to alcohol bans. Photo: David Thorpe Banning alcohol from Queensland indigenous communities has helped reduce violence but may have also led to an increase in the use of illicit... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Palm nursery owner had to throw out 35,000 pots after MarciaEVERY time Ian Stewart gets another call from a customer asking to buy stock fr
Palm nursery owner had to throw out 35,000 pots after Marcia
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
EVERY time Ian Stewart gets another call from a customer asking to buy stock from his palm nursery, the pain and loss caused by Cyclone Marcia hits him all over again. The Bungundarra man, who runs Lizard Mountain Nursery with his wife Elaine, was... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Palm nursery owner had to throw out 35,000 pots after MarciaEVERY time Ian Stewart gets another call from a customer asking to buy stock fr
Palm nursery owner had to throw out 35,000 pots after Marcia
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
EVERY time Ian Stewart gets another call from a customer asking to buy stock from his palm nursery, the pain and loss caused by Cyclone Marcia hits him all over again. The Bungundarra man, who runs Lizard Mountain Nursery with his wife Elaine, was... Read more
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News Mail
Palm nursery owner had to throw out 35,000 pots after MarciaEVERY time Ian Stewart gets another call from a customer asking to buy stock fr
Palm nursery owner had to throw out 35,000 pots after Marcia
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
EVERY time Ian Stewart gets another call from a customer asking to buy stock from his palm nursery, the pain and loss caused by Cyclone Marcia hits him all over again. The Bungundarra man, who runs Lizard Mountain Nursery with his wife Elaine, was... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
$250,000 up for grabs through Safer QLD Community GrantsDO you have an idea that can help make Central Queensland a safer place to live
$250,000 up for grabs through Safer QLD Community Grants
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
DO you have an idea that can help make Central Queensland a safer place to live, work or play? The Suncorp Group and the Queensland Police Service (QPS) want to help community groups, not-for-profits and police across the state develop and implement... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
$250,000 up for grabs through Safer QLD Community GrantsDO you have an idea that can help make Central Queensland a safer place to live
$250,000 up for grabs through Safer QLD Community Grants
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
DO you have an idea that can help make Central Queensland a safer place to live, work or play? The Suncorp Group and the Queensland Police Service (QPS) want to help community groups, not-for-profits and police across the state develop and implement... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Uniformed police to march in Brisbane Pride paradeThe start of the 2014 Brisbane Pride rally. Photo: Michelle Smith A ban on Que
Uniformed police to march in Brisbane Pride parade
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
The start of the 2014 Brisbane Pride rally. Photo: Michelle Smith A ban on Queensland police marching in gay pride events in uniform has been lifted just weeks prior to the Brisbane Pride Festival. Police commissioner Ian Stewart said when he was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gold Coast police reviewed following reports of bullying, homophobiaGold Coast police undergo 'cultural review' following reports of bullying, homo
Gold Coast police reviewed following reports of bullying, homophobia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Gold Coast police undergo 'cultural review' following reports of bullying, homophobia An independent "cultural review" into inappropriate behaviour by Gold Coast police officers should be finished in the next few weeks, but might not be made... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Top cop concedes 'poor behaviour' by Gold Coast officersWhistleblower cop getting 'attacked and attacked' Queensland's top cop concede
Top cop concedes 'poor behaviour' by Gold Coast officers
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
Whistleblower cop getting 'attacked and attacked' Queensland's top cop concedes there's been a spike in "poor behaviour" among Gold Coast officers but believes it's more likely a few rotten apples are spoiling the whole. It comes after a media... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Qld top officer concedes 'poor behaviour'Queensland's Police Commissioner concedes there's been a spike in 'poor behavio
Qld top officer concedes 'poor behaviour'
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
Queensland's Police Commissioner concedes there's been a spike in 'poor behaviour' among Gold Coast officers but believes it's more likely a few rotten apples are spoiling the whole. It comes after a media report claimed to have obtained a leaked... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld Top cop concedes 'poor behaviour'breaking news QUEENSLAND'S top cop concedes there's been a spike in "poor be
Qld Top cop concedes 'poor behaviour'
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
breaking news QUEENSLAND'S top cop concedes there's been a spike in "poor behaviour" among Gold Coast officers but believes it's more likely a few rotten apples are spoiling the whole. IT comes after a media... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Terrorism raids carried out across Sydney, BrisbaneTo see the latest, tap F5 to refresh Fifteen people have been arrested and one
Terrorism raids carried out across Sydney, Brisbane
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
To see the latest, tap F5 to refresh Fifteen people have been arrested and one has appeared in court after police carried out counter-terrorism raids across western Sydney and Brisbane's south. The raids were the largest of their kind in Australian... Read more
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The North West Star
Brownlow Medal race opens up after Fremantle favourite Nat Fyfe sidelined with leg injuryThe race for the Brownlow Medal looks set to be a close-run thing now that favo
Brownlow Medal race opens up after Fremantle favourite Nat Fyfe sidelined with leg injury
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
The race for the Brownlow Medal looks set to be a close-run thing now that favourite Nat Fyfe will miss the final two games of the home-and-away season with a leg injury. The race for the Brownlow Medal looks set to be a close-run thing now that... Read more
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Perth Now
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blowNAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blow
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
NAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s premiership hopes have nosedived — with news a serious leg injury threatens to derail the superstar’s season. The best player in the competition will miss the last two... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blowNAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blow
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
NAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s premiership hopes have nosedived — with news a serious leg injury threatens to derail the superstar’s season. The best player in the competition will miss the last two... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Nat Fyfe diagnosed with serious leg injury, Brownlow Medal hopes dealt a blowNAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s
Nat Fyfe diagnosed with serious leg injury, Brownlow Medal hopes dealt a blow
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
NAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s premiership hopes have nosedived — with news a serious leg injury threatens to derail the superstar’s season. The best player in the competition will miss the last two... Read more
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Herald Sun
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blowNAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blow
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
NAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s premiership hopes have nosedived — with news a serious leg injury threatens to derail the superstar’s season. The best player in the competition will miss the last two... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blowNAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s
Injured Fyfe’s medal hopes dealt a blow
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
NAT Fyfe’s Brownlow chances have been dealt a crippling blow — and Fremantle’s premiership hopes have nosedived — with news a serious leg injury threatens to derail the superstar’s season. The best player in the competition will miss the last two... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the yearQUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been hon
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the year
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been honoured as University of Southern Queensland's Professional Alumnus of the Year for 2015. Commissioner Stewart, who graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Business in Human... Read more
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News Mail
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the yearQUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been hon
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the year
News Mail / Posted 7 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been honoured as University of Southern Queensland's Professional Alumnus of the Year for 2015. Commissioner Stewart, who graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Business in Human... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the yearQUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been hon
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the year
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been honoured as University of Southern Queensland's Professional Alumnus of the Year for 2015. Commissioner Stewart, who graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Business in Human... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the yearQUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been hon
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the year
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been honoured as University of Southern Queensland's Professional Alumnus of the Year for 2015. Commissioner Stewart, who graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Business in Human... Read more
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Queensland Times
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the yearQUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been hon
Qld's top cop named former USQ student of the year
Queensland Times / Posted 7 days ago
QUEENSLAND'S most senior police officer, Commissioner Ian Stewart, has been honoured as University of Southern Queensland's Professional Alumnus of the Year for 2015. Commissioner Stewart, who graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Business in Human... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
USQ honours top achievers with Alumnus of the Year awardsTHE winners of the University of Southern Queensland's fifth annual Alumnus of
USQ honours top achievers with Alumnus of the Year awards
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
THE winners of the University of Southern Queensland's fifth annual Alumnus of the Year Awards were announced at a special breakfast presentation at Toowoomba's Picnic Point yesterday. Indigenous health and education advocate Maree Toombs took out... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Labor’s actions an affront to democracyJOIN political straight-shooter John McCarthy and his arch-rival, conservative
Labor’s actions an affront to democracy
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
JOIN political straight-shooter John McCarthy and his arch-rival, conservative streetfighter Des Houghton as they go toe-to-toe on the issues of the week. Add your comments below, and then step back and watch the fireworks. This week the focus is... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Safely Home initiative receives QPS Awards for ExcellenceVital statewide registrations of people living with dementia plus vastly improv
Safely Home initiative receives QPS Awards for Excellence
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
Vital statewide registrations of people living with dementia plus vastly improved operational capabilities, have earned the joint Queensland Police Service (QPS) and Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld) initiative, Safely Home praise from Commissioner of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Our new frontier for dealing in drugsBRAZEN drug dealers are ­operating in plain view of Queensland police, using a
Our new frontier for dealing in drugs
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
BRAZEN drug dealers are ­operating in plain view of Queensland police, using a popular website to peddle drugs from marijuana to a dangerous horse tranquilliser. The Courier-Mail can reveal in the past month Brisbane’s Craiglist has featured more... Read more
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Queensland Times
Your chance to make Ipswich saferIPSWICH residents now have the chance to help make the city a safer place to li
Your chance to make Ipswich safer
Queensland Times / Posted 12 days ago
IPSWICH residents now have the chance to help make the city a safer place to live. Applications are open for the fifth round of Safer Queensland Community Grants run by Suncorp Group and the Queensland Police Service. Community groups,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Salford Reds boss given more time to pay back £1.5m to council as town hall makes new loan to AJ Bell StadiumMr Stewart said interest from the latest stadium loan - the council’s third in
Salford Reds boss given more time to pay back £1.5m to council as town hall makes new loan to AJ Bell Stadium
Manchester Evening News / Posted 12 days ago
Mr Stewart said interest from the latest stadium loan - the council’s third in two years - would be ploughed back into frontline council services. Effectively both the loan and the club’s repayment holiday - which relates to historic debt taken on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Bashing cops may still face chargeA FORMER senior Queensland detective and police internal investigator has scoff
Bashing cops may still face charge
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
A FORMER senior Queensland detective and police internal investigator has scoffed at claims by Police Commissioner Ian Stewart that officers who bashed a handcuffed man in a Gold Coast police station basement could not be charged without a criminal... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Miller’s grilling goes to the dogsLABOR has been accused of running a “protection racket” as MPs ran interference
Miller’s grilling goes to the dogs
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
LABOR has been accused of running a “protection racket” as MPs ran interference in an apparent bid to shield an embattled Police Minister from questions about key scandals. Jo-Ann Miller faced a fresh scandal this week after the Labor-dominated... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland's corruption watchdog reviewing Gold Coast police bashing caseGold Coast police bashing: Crime and Corruption watchdog to review whistleblowe
Queensland's corruption watchdog reviewing Gold Coast police bashing case
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
Gold Coast police bashing: Crime and Corruption watchdog to review whistleblower Sergeant Rick Flori's case Queensland's corruption watchdog will review how it and police handled the case of an officer who leaked footage of a man being bashed in a... Read more
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News.com.au
Queensland estimates hearings: Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller faces grilling New scandal plaguing Police Minister: 7 News Queensland 2:16 Jo-Ann Millers
Queensland estimates hearings: Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller faces grilling
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
New scandal plaguing Police Minister: 7 News Queensland 2:16 Jo-Ann Millers ministerial career is now on the line with accusations she deliberately misled parliament... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
More than 3,000 Cumbrian children sign up for Summer Reading ChallengeMORE than 3,000 children in Cumbria have so far signed up to take part in this
More than 3,000 Cumbrian children sign up for Summer Reading Challenge
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
MORE than 3,000 children in Cumbria have so far signed up to take part in this year’s Summer Reading Challenge to help brush up their reading skills during the holidays. This year’s Summer Reading Challenge, which has a Record Breakers theme, was... Read more
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Quartz
Machines are destroying some jobs, but also creating better ones through “creative destruction” - Quartz “Many of the most profound effects of...
Machines are destroying some jobs, but also creating better ones through “creative destruction”
Quartz / Posted 13 days ago
- Quartz “Many of the most profound effects of... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Report shows direct correlation between technology and going to the pubRESEARCHERS HAVE proved that the march of technology is actually increasing the
Report shows direct correlation between technology and going to the pub
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 13 days ago
RESEARCHERS HAVE proved that the march of technology is actually increasing the number of jobs available to humans, rather than making them obsolete. A new study by Deloitte has shown that the rise in spending power has created better efficiencies... Read more
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Computing.co.uk
Technology has created more jobs than it’s destroyed, says Deloitte studyWhile it's still a popular choice to allege that technology is putting human be
Technology has created more jobs than it’s destroyed, says Deloitte study
Computing.co.uk / Posted 13 days ago
While it's still a popular choice to allege that technology is putting human beings out of work, a study by Deloitte based on 140 years of data seems to prove otherwise. Automation, robotics and the simple fact that IT is faster, better connected... Read more
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Independent
Technology has created more jobs in the last 144 years than it has destroyed, Deloitte study findsThe authors, Ian Stewart, Debapratim De and Alex Cole, pored over census data f
Technology has created more jobs in the last 144 years than it has destroyed, Deloitte study finds
Independent / Posted 14 days ago
The authors, Ian Stewart, Debapratim De and Alex Cole, pored over census data for England and Wales stretching back to 1871. They found that rather than making human workers redundant, technology has simply shifted work into other areas. Rising... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Technology has created more jobs than it has destroyed, says 140 years of dataIn the 1800s it was the Luddites smashing weaving machines. These days retail s
Technology has created more jobs than it has destroyed, says 140 years of data
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 14 days ago
In the 1800s it was the Luddites smashing weaving machines. These days retail staff worry about automatic checkouts. Sooner or later taxi drivers will be fretting over self-driving cars. The battle between man and machines goes back centuries. Are... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Top cop ponders Broadbeach riot appealPolice Commissioner Ian Stewart was recently reinstated for a further two years
Top cop ponders Broadbeach riot appeal
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Police Commissioner Ian Stewart was recently reinstated for a further two years by the Palaszczuk Government. Picture: Jono Searle POLICE Commissioner Ian Stewart is still deciding whether police will appeal a decision that allowed 18 ex-bikies to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland police can fight to keep anti-bikie laws, Premier says Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says police are entitl
Queensland police can fight to keep anti-bikie laws
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
, Premier says Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says police are entitled to lobby to retain the anti-gang laws that were introduced by her predecessor. Labor is keeping an election promise... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Police review Broadbeach bikie brawl sentencesPolice are reviewing the sentences handed out to bikies involved in a Broadbeac
Police review Broadbeach bikie brawl sentences
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
Police are reviewing the sentences handed out to bikies involved in a Broadbeach brawl. Photo: Paul Rovere Queensland Police are considering appealing the controversial sentences meted out to participants in the infamous Gold Coast brawl that... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld police to consider brawl appealbreaking news Queensland Police are reviewing the sentences given to partici
Qld police to consider brawl appeal
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
breaking news Queensland Police are reviewing the sentences given to participants in the Gold Coast bikie brawl.Source: AAP QUEENSLAND Police are considering appealing against sentences meted out to participants... Read more
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Perth Now
Qld police to consider brawl appealQUEENSLAND Police are considering appealing against sentences meted out to part
Qld police to consider brawl appeal
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
QUEENSLAND Police are considering appealing against sentences meted out to participants in the infamous Gold Coast brawl that triggered the nation's toughest bikie laws. EIGHTEEN men were on Friday sentenced for their roles in the Broadbeach brawl,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Premier backs VLAD laws reviewPremier Annastacia Palaszczuk says if more resources are needed to tackle outla
Premier backs VLAD laws review
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says if more resources are needed to tackle outlaw motorcycle gangs she will provide them. Pic: Liam Kidston. PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has lashed out over Queensland’s bikie laws, slapping down senior police... Read more
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Sky News Australia
QLD Police review bikie brawl sentencesQueensland Police are considering appealing the sentences given to dozens of me
QLD Police review bikie brawl sentences
Sky News Australia / Posted 16 days ago
Queensland Police are considering appealing the sentences given to dozens of men involved in a large brawl that triggered the nation's toughest bikie laws. Eighteen men have been sentenced for their roles in the Broadbeach brawl, with the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Qld police review bikie brawl sentencesQUEENSLAND Police are considering appealing the controversial sentences meted o
Qld police review bikie brawl sentences
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
QUEENSLAND Police are considering appealing the controversial sentences meted out to participants in the infamous Gold Coast brawl, which triggered the nation's toughest bikie laws. EIGHTEEN men were on Friday sentenced for their roles in the... Read more
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