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Sydney Morning Herald
Defence Department bosses misled workers ahead of key workplace agreement votewas bad under previous negotiations, but certainly nowhere near as bad as this
Defence Department bosses misled workers ahead of key workplace agreement vote
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 minutes ago
was bad under previous negotiations, but certainly nowhere near as bad as this time round. The concerns being raised have nothing to do with party politics. I say this as someone who voted LNP at the last election, but certainly won't at th... Read more
39m
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Morrison has delivered a Menzian budget2016 9:23:38am Yes as indicated in the breaking news headlines a class war has
Morrison has delivered a Menzian budget
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 39 minutes ago
2016 9:23:38am Yes as indicated in the breaking news headlines a class war has started in earnest. It was started by the LNP and aims to hit those of non consequence within the community. We see a mirage that large companies will be taxed more... Read more
5h
AllAfrica.com
Liberia's Vision 2030 - an Overdue Trash or a Well-Thought-Out Scamthat since the "launch of the National Vision, 5,192 officers have been recruit
Liberia's Vision 2030 - an Overdue Trash or a Well-Thought-Out Scam
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 hours ago
that since the "launch of the National Vision, 5,192 officers have been recruited, trained and deployed nationwide. The LNP (Liberia National Police) has also purchased and delivered nonlethal weapons to 10 camps vacated by the United Nations... Read more
11h
The Courier Mail
Secret deal claim hits troubled MPamid speculation other candidates could also have benefited with up to another
Secret deal claim hits troubled MP
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
amid speculation other candidates could also have benefited with up to another $60,000 potentially shared among them. The LNP last night, however, said it was not aware of, or considering, any other allegations. LNP state president Gary Spence... Read more
11h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Budget 2016: Surplus nowhere in sightthem to lose that pension and to try to live on the dole. 03 May 2016 10:06:31
Budget 2016: Surplus nowhere in sight
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 hours ago
them to lose that pension and to try to live on the dole. 03 May 2016 10:06:31pm I didn't expect much in this budget. The LNP are too worried that they will loose the election to Shorten and his cronies. 2014 budget was dreadful but it showed us... Read more
11h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. Acc
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 hours ago
Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. According to the Labor Treasurer, his LNP counterpart didn't mention the word Queensland once in his entire speech. "The Morrison Budget is titled "Sticking to... Read more
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Queensland Times
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. Acc
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?
Queensland Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. According to the Labor Treasurer, his LNP counterpart didn't mention the word Queensland once in his entire speech. "The Morrison Budget is titled "Sticking to... Read more
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11h
The Morning Bulletin
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. Acc
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 11 hours ago
Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. According to the Labor Treasurer, his LNP counterpart didn't mention the word Queensland once in his entire speech. "The Morrison Budget is titled "Sticking to... Read more
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News Mail
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. Acc
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?
News Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. According to the Labor Treasurer, his LNP counterpart didn't mention the word Queensland once in his entire speech. "The Morrison Budget is titled "Sticking to... Read more
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12h
The Daily Mercury
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade moneywas part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. Aft
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade money
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
was part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. After a failed effort by the former Queensland LNP Government to offload those assets, the Federal Government has now taken the money off the table. On Tuesday, Queensland... Read more
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12h
The Daily Mercury
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. Acc
Did Federal Budget forget about Queensland?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
Treasurer Curtis Pitt's blunt assessment of Scott Morrison's first effort. According to the Labor Treasurer, his LNP counterpart didn't mention the word Queensland once in his entire speech. "The Morrison Budget is titled "Sticking to... Read more
4 related stories
12h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade moneywas part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. Aft
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade money
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
was part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. After a failed effort by the former Queensland LNP Government to offload those assets, the Federal Government has now taken the money off the table. On Tuesday, Queensland... Read more
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Queensland Times
Morrison slates $200m for Ipswich Motorway upgradeimmunity. The money is part of a $50 billion focus on critical infrastructure
Morrison slates $200m for Ipswich Motorway upgrade
Queensland Times / Posted 12 hours ago
immunity. The money is part of a $50 billion focus on critical infrastructure to be delivered over the next four years. LNP candidate for Blair Teresa Harding said it showed the government understood the importance of the region, even as it... Read more
12h
Queensland Times
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade moneywas part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. Aft
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade money
Queensland Times / Posted 12 hours ago
was part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. After a failed effort by the former Queensland LNP Government to offload those assets, the Federal Government has now taken the money off the table. On Tuesday, Queensland... Read more
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12h
The Morning Bulletin
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade moneywas part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. Aft
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade money
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 hours ago
was part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. After a failed effort by the former Queensland LNP Government to offload those assets, the Federal Government has now taken the money off the table. On Tuesday, Queensland... Read more
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12h
News Mail
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade moneywas part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. Aft
Coast gets none of Bruce Hwy upgrade money
News Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
was part of a $22 billion reward offered to the states for selling assets. After a failed effort by the former Queensland LNP Government to offload those assets, the Federal Government has now taken the money off the table. On Tuesday, Queensland... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Opposites attract? Not on all council committeeshas always traditionally contained two members of the administration, which of
Opposites attract? Not on all council committees
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 hours ago
has always traditionally contained two members of the administration, which of course in 2004-8 saw one Labor and LNP because of the hung council situation," she said. "What we see now is an internal committee and, rightly so, it has two... Read more
17h
Daily Liberal
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
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The Border Mail
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
The Border Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
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17h
The Courier
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
The Courier / Posted 17 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
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18h
Northern Daily Leader
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
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18h
The Young Witness
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
The Young Witness / Posted 18 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
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18h
Western Advocate
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
8 related stories
18h
Kiama Independent
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
Kiama Independent / Posted 18 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
8 related stories
18h
Manning River Times
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
Manning River Times / Posted 18 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
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18h
Goondiwindi Argus
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversaryin front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free droug
Thousands celebrate Shearers’ Strike 125th anniversary
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 18 hours ago
in front of 2000 people at the Australian Workers Heritage Centre, a free drought relief event. Earlier that evening, LNP Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar promised Barcaldine the Labour Day holiday would remain, saying it was essential that... Read more
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19h
Queensland Times
In support of preferential votingbe necessary to make it compulsory. A brief explanation: suppose there are thr
In support of preferential voting
Queensland Times / Posted 19 hours ago
be necessary to make it compulsory. A brief explanation: suppose there are three candidates standing in an electorate - LNP, Labor, and an Independent. Suppose supporters of the Independent prefer LNP to Labor. If they don't show their... Read more
21h
The Age
Budget 2016 Live from Parliament Househome. The vast majority, who have been assessed to be refugees, need to be libe
Budget 2016 Live from Parliament House
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
home. The vast majority, who have been assessed to be refugees, need to be liberated from the camps. We can do better. the LNP and ALP need to work together o this. Blame PNG Morning All, Happy Budget Day What goodies and baddies can we expect... Read more
21h
Sydney Morning Herald
Budget 2016 Live from Parliament Househome. The vast majority, who have been assessed to be refugees, need to be libe
Budget 2016 Live from Parliament House
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
home. The vast majority, who have been assessed to be refugees, need to be liberated from the camps. We can do better. the LNP and ALP need to work together o this. Blame PNG Morning All, Happy Budget Day What goodies and baddies can we expect... Read more
21h
The Morning Call
Man convicted in girlfriend's Millersville dorm beating deatha maximum sentence of 20 to 40 years. "We thought we had a first-degree case h
Man convicted in girlfriend's Millersville dorm beating death
The Morning Call / Posted 21 hours ago
a maximum sentence of 20 to 40 years. "We thought we had a first-degree case here. That's what we presented," he told LNP newspapers. Defense attorney Peter Bowers said he was pleased that jurors "found it was not an intentional... Read more
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Queensland Times
Low speed internet a thing of the pastbe eligible to connect to the service as they are outside the fixed line and fi
Low speed internet a thing of the past
Queensland Times / Posted 21 hours ago
be eligible to connect to the service as they are outside the fixed line and fixed wireless coverage areas. Federal LNP Blair candidate Teresa Harding said the Sky Muster service would provide a faster online experience for internet users... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man convicted of beating college girlfriend to death in her dorma maximum sentence of 20 to 40 years. 'We thought we had a first-degree case h
Man convicted of beating college girlfriend to death in her dorm
Daily Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
a maximum sentence of 20 to 40 years. 'We thought we had a first-degree case here. That's what we presented,' he told LNP newspapers. Defense attorney Peter Bowers said he was pleased that jurors 'found it was not an intentional... Read more
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22h
Queensland Times
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumoursCALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about th
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumours
Queensland Times / Posted 22 hours ago
CALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about themselves rather than doing the job they were being paid to perform. An angry Mr McArdle said at a time the State was crying out for leadership and direction the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumoursCALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about th
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumours
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 22 hours ago
CALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about themselves rather than doing the job they were being paid to perform. An angry Mr McArdle said at a time the State was crying out for leadership and direction the... Read more
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22h
News Mail
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumoursCALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about th
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumours
News Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
CALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about themselves rather than doing the job they were being paid to perform. An angry Mr McArdle said at a time the State was crying out for leadership and direction the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumoursCALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about th
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumours
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
CALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about themselves rather than doing the job they were being paid to perform. An angry Mr McArdle said at a time the State was crying out for leadership and direction the... Read more
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23h
Toowoomba Chronicle
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumoursCALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about th
McArdle lashes out at LNP leadership rumours
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
CALOUNDRA MP Mark McArdle has lashed out at LNP colleagues for talking about themselves rather than doing the job they were being paid to perform. An angry Mr McArdle said at a time the State was crying out for leadership and direction the... Read more
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23h
The Age
Federal budget 2016: Submarines threaten to sink Scott Morrison's credibilityindustry and an estimated 20,000 jobs that were making useful things for the Au
Federal budget 2016: Submarines threaten to sink Scott Morrison's credibility
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
industry and an estimated 20,000 jobs that were making useful things for the Australian and increasingly global market, the LNP is now going to resuscitate manufacturing by making things of dubious long-term value, and no everyday use and with no... Read more
23h
Sydney Morning Herald
Federal budget 2016: Submarines threaten to sink Scott Morrison's credibilityindustry and an estimated 20,000 jobs that were making useful things for the Au
Federal budget 2016: Submarines threaten to sink Scott Morrison's credibility
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
industry and an estimated 20,000 jobs that were making useful things for the Australian and increasingly global market, the LNP is now going to resuscitate manufacturing by making things of dubious long-term value, and no everyday use and with no... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Springborg stands firm amid leadership whispersbut resigned after two consecutive election defeats, in 2004 and 2006. In 2008
Springborg stands firm amid leadership whispers
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
but resigned after two consecutive election defeats, in 2004 and 2006. In 2008 he was elected leader of the newly formed LNP, but resigned again in 2009 after another defeat. Last year he was elected leader of the LNP following a shock loss to... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
BUDGET WISHLIST: Bruce Hwy, rail top of the listGovernment is keeping its election commitment not to sell our revenue-generatin
BUDGET WISHLIST: Bruce Hwy, rail top of the list
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Government is keeping its election commitment not to sell our revenue-generating government-owned corporations. "The LNP in Queensland has supposedly changed its tune on asset sales since the state election so there is no policy for selling... Read more
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Perth Now
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblingsQueensland LNP leader Lawrence Springborg says his colleagues are annoyed by le
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblings
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Queensland LNP leader Lawrence Springborg says his colleagues are annoyed by leadership rumblings. Queensland Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicholls and Tim Mander as... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblingsQueensland LNP leader Lawrence Springborg says his colleagues are annoyed by le
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblings
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Queensland LNP leader Lawrence Springborg says his colleagues are annoyed by leadership rumblings. Queensland Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicholls and Tim Mander as... Read more
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Weekly Times
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblingsSpringborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicho
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblings
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
Springborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicholls and Tim Mander as "annoying". The LNP leader said while his colleagues were entitled to put their names forward, the leadership rumblings were distracting from... Read more
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Herald Sun
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblingsSpringborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicho
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblings
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Springborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicholls and Tim Mander as "annoying". The LNP leader said while his colleagues were entitled to put their names forward, the leadership rumblings were distracting from... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblingsSpringborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicho
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblings
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Springborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicholls and Tim Mander as "annoying". The LNP leader said while his colleagues were entitled to put their names forward, the leadership rumblings were distracting from... Read more
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News.com.au
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblingsSpringborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicho
Springborg annoyed by leadership rumblings
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Springborg has described a potential leadership challenge from rivals Tim Nicholls and Tim Mander as "annoying". The LNP leader said while his colleagues were entitled to put their names forward, the leadership rumblings were distracting from... Read more
23 related stories
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The Morning Bulletin
Alan continues his 50-year fight for rightsthey won't stop me until they put me in a box." Alan said the Labor Party put
Alan continues his 50-year fight for rights
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
they won't stop me until they put me in a box." Alan said the Labor Party put people first, something that he believes the LNP lacks. "I am very conscious of the urgent need for people to realise that the LNP aren't interested in little people,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
LNP prepares for change, Springborg or notLNP MPs are preparing for change, regardless of whether or not Lawrence Springb
LNP prepares for change, Springborg or not
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
LNP MPs are preparing for change, regardless of whether or not Lawrence Springborg staves off yet another threat to his leadership. After the crossbench sided with Labor to vote in its shock compulsory preferential voting amendment to the LNP's... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Bruce, rail top Coast’s budget wishlistGovernment is keeping its election commitment not to sell our revenue-generatin
Bruce, rail top Coast’s budget wishlist
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
Government is keeping its election commitment not to sell our revenue-generating government-owned corporations. "The LNP in Queensland has supposedly changed its tune on asset sales since the state election so there is no policy for selling... Read more
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