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Queensland Times
Howard and Madden say lock out laws will workIPSWICH MPs will vote down party lines over proposed lock out laws it claims wi
Howard and Madden say lock out laws will work
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
IPSWICH MPs will vote down party lines over proposed lock out laws it claims will dramatically reduce alcohol-fuelled violence. The Palaszczuk Government plans to introduce a suite of laws which will force pubs and clubs to refuse entry to patrons... Read more
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Queensland Times
New student proof fence to save livesIT is perhaps the most important fence ever built in Ipswich, because it could
New student proof fence to save lives
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
IT is perhaps the most important fence ever built in Ipswich, because it could well save a young life. The new fence on the median strip on Warwick Rd outside Bremer State High will now prevent students from making the mad dash across four lanes for... Read more
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Queensland Times
Pahlke and Neumann spar over ALP plots…CR DAVID Pahlke feels like he is under siege. He insists that the Labor Party
Pahlke and Neumann spar over ALP plots…
Queensland Times / Posted 5 days ago
CR DAVID Pahlke feels like he is under siege. He insists that the Labor Party is out to crowbar him from office so that his political opponent and ALP member Steve Franklin can move in to his Division 10 office at Rosewood. Cr Pahlke was disturbed... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Kerry NationA tale of a star candidate Rarely in the annals of Manitoba political history h
Kerry Nation
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
A tale of a star candidate Rarely in the annals of Manitoba political history has the atmosphere been altered so dramatically as the NDP did this week with the announcement of Wab Kinew as its candidate in the provincial constituency of Fort Rouge.... Read more
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Brandon Sun
A tale of a star candidateRarely in the annals of Manitoba political history has the atmosphere been alte
A tale of a star candidate
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Rarely in the annals of Manitoba political history has the atmosphere been altered so dramatically as the NDP did this week with the announcement of Wab Kinew as its candidate in the provincial constituency of Fort Rouge. Premier Greg Selinger went... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Kinew move puts Bokhari on shaky groundJust when Manitoba Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari thought the stars had aligned to
Kinew move puts Bokhari on shaky ground
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Just when Manitoba Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari thought the stars had aligned to usher her into the legislature and alleviate some of the financial strain her wage presents to the recently surging Manitoba Liberals, in stepped Greg Selinger, pulling a... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Howard departure blow for NDPFort Rouge MLA Jennifer Howard, one of the Rebel Five who opposed Premier Greg
Howard departure blow for NDP
Brandon Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Fort Rouge MLA Jennifer Howard, one of the Rebel Five who opposed Premier Greg Selinger’s leadership, answers questions from the media during a press conference at the Manitoba legislature on Wednesday to announce she will not seek re-election. What... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Wab Kinew's entry into Manitoba politics could be game-changerWINNIPEG - Indigenous broadcaster and author Wab Kinew is entering politics and
Wab Kinew's entry into Manitoba politics could be game-changer
Brandon Sun / Posted 10 days ago
WINNIPEG - Indigenous broadcaster and author Wab Kinew is entering politics and running for a seat in the Manitoba legislature. Kinew is seeking a nomination for the governing New Democrats in the Fort Rouge constituency in Winnipeg. Political... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Kerry NationHoward departure blow for NDP What does it mean when former finance minister an
Kerry Nation
Brandon Sun / Posted 14 days ago
Howard departure blow for NDP What does it mean when former finance minister and deputy premier Jennifer Howard, one of the Rebel Five who opposed Premier Greg Selinger’s leadership and tried to oust him, has decided not to run in the upcoming... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Howard departure blow for NDPWhat does it mean when former finance minister and deputy premier Jennifer Howa
Howard departure blow for NDP
Brandon Sun / Posted 14 days ago
What does it mean when former finance minister and deputy premier Jennifer Howard, one of the Rebel Five who opposed Premier Greg Selinger’s leadership and tried to oust him, has decided not to run in the upcoming provincial election? She is joined... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Howard's decision speaks volumes“As a caucus, we are working together. You know, it’s a work in progress, but w
Howard's decision speaks volumes
Brandon Sun / Posted 14 days ago
“As a caucus, we are working together. You know, it’s a work in progress, but we are working together, and we are going to be a solid team to run in this election.” — Fort Rouge MLA Jennifer Howard, May 2015 Apparently the writing was on the wall... Read more
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The Marshall News Messenger
Holy Yoga starts up at River Crossing Cowboy Church in Marshall Jan. 23, 2016 at 4 a.m. Holy Yoga, traditional yoga with a focus on Christ,
Holy Yoga starts up at River Crossing Cowboy Church in Marshall
The Marshall News Messenger / Posted 20 days ago
Jan. 23, 2016 at 4 a.m. Holy Yoga, traditional yoga with a focus on Christ, is moving to Crossing Cowboy Church, 475 Henderson School House Road in Marshall. It will be held at 6:15... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich star performer on employment frontUNEMPLOYMENT is down and jobs are up in Ipswich…and in a big way. That is the
Ipswich star performer on employment front
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
UNEMPLOYMENT is down and jobs are up in Ipswich…and in a big way. That is the message coming through loud and clear after the Australian Bureau of Statistics released the labour force figures for 2016. The Ipswich unemployment rate for 2015 dropped... Read more
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Queensland Times
Public servants on their wayTHE old saying 'build it and they will come' is set to become a reality in the
Public servants on their way
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
THE old saying 'build it and they will come' is set to become a reality in the Ipswich CBD with the new public service department Jobs Queensland set to move into the Icon building. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said before the 2015 election that... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich's criterium track in Labor's handsIPSWICH cyclists deserve a home to be proud of. A much anticipated cycling cri
Ipswich's criterium track in Labor's hands
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
IPSWICH cyclists deserve a home to be proud of. A much anticipated cycling criterium track at Briggs Rd, Raceview is what the sport is eagerly anticipating. But the Federal Government has done the cycling fraternity no favours by knocking back a... Read more
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Queensland Times
State funds pay for ongoing helpSUPPORT for women and children who need it most will be boosted thanks to $105,
State funds pay for ongoing help
Queensland Times / Posted 27 days ago
SUPPORT for women and children who need it most will be boosted thanks to $105,000 in funding from the State Government for domestic and family violence victims in Ipswich. Ipswich's Domestic Violence Action Centre (DVAC) faces a critical demand for... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Davis & Elkins awards several degreesEarning their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees are: Kelli Bachtel, Eglon;
Davis & Elkins awards several degrees
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 1 months ago
Earning their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees are: Kelli Bachtel, Eglon; Sherry Burrows, Elkins; Tiffany Carr, Elkins; Kristen Clevenger, Alum Bridge; Misti Elmore, Tallmansville; Cecilia Fischer, Kingwood; Kim Gordon, Oakland, Md.; Rebecca... Read more
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Queensland Times
Female candidate set to follow after MillerTHE next Labor Party candidate for Bundamba looks set to be a female due to new
Female candidate set to follow after Miller
Queensland Times / Posted 1 months ago
THE next Labor Party candidate for Bundamba looks set to be a female due to new ALP affirmative action rules that came into force last year. That is the word from ALP state president Dick Williams in the wake of speculation Jo-Ann Miller is set to... Read more
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