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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland tow truck company accused of illegally selling impounded carinstead sub-contracting the majority of the tows and impounds to other tow comp
Queensland tow truck company accused of illegally selling impounded car
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
instead sub-contracting the majority of the tows and impounds to other tow companies around the state. The previous LNP government introduced the anti-hoon laws in November 2013 in an attempt to crack down on dangerous driving. Tow.com.au... Read more
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The North West Star
Queensland Investment Corporation pays out $70 million in bonusesmillion paid in the 2014-15 financial year. In 2013-14, there was $56.5 millio
Queensland Investment Corporation pays out $70 million in bonuses
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
million paid in the 2014-15 financial year. In 2013-14, there was $56.5 million paid in bonuses under the former Newman LNP government. A corporation spokeswoman said QIC generated significant returns for its clients and a record normalised... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Government-owned corporation pays out $70m in bonusesmillion paid in the 2014-15 financial year. In 2013-14, there was $56.5 millio
Government-owned corporation pays out $70m in bonuses
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
million paid in the 2014-15 financial year. In 2013-14, there was $56.5 million paid in bonuses under the former Newman LNP government. A corporation spokeswoman said QIC generated significant returns for its clients and a record normalised... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland Premier vows to stand up to One Nationrecently that there has now been a turnaround for the economy," she said. But
Queensland Premier vows to stand up to One Nation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
recently that there has now been a turnaround for the economy," she said. But in a pointed reference to the previous LNP government, Ms Pakaszczuk defended the pace of her administration. "It has often amused me that much of the commentary... Read more
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Queensland Times
Grace Grace explains racing financesFund (RIF) which included $21.29 million rolled over from the old infrastructur
Grace Grace explains racing finances
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
Fund (RIF) which included $21.29 million rolled over from the old infrastructure fund. She said the previous LNP government diverted $22.4 million from the former Labor government's $110 million racing infrastructure fund into... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mackay votes to stop adding fluoride to drinking watereast. Last year the ABC reported on the increasing number of councils which ha
Mackay votes to stop adding fluoride to drinking water
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
east. Last year the ABC reported on the increasing number of councils which had acted on the decision by the previous LNP government to make fluoride optional, after Labor made it compulsory in 2007. Health Minister Cameron Dick said the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
QLD child safety minister won't be sackedminister is concentrating firmly on restoring frontline services in this state
QLD child safety minister won't be sacked
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
minister is concentrating firmly on restoring frontline services in this state that were savagely cut under the former LNP government.' Ms Palaszczuk again criticised the LNP for cutting 225 frontline child safety positions and said Labor was... Read more
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News.com.au
More charges for Tia’s accused killerTiahleigh’s alleged murder. “It is, as I’ve said, tough, complex work, but I h
More charges for Tia’s accused killer
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
Tiahleigh’s alleged murder. “It is, as I’ve said, tough, complex work, but I have to say that the cuts under the previous LNP government have made things tougher,” she told the broadcaster. Ms Fentiman said she had no intention of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland foster care 'not in crisis': Ministerpressure, but not in crisis. "It is, as I've said, tough, complex work, but I
Queensland foster care 'not in crisis': Minister
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
pressure, but not in crisis. "It is, as I've said, tough, complex work, but I have to say that the cuts under the previous LNP government have made things tougher," she said. The Minister said she would not be resigning. "Calls for my resignation... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Palmer United Party applies to be deregistered in QueenslandQueensland (ECQ). Mr Palmer set up PUP in 2013 after falling out with former Q
Palmer United Party applies to be deregistered in Queensland
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Queensland (ECQ). Mr Palmer set up PUP in 2013 after falling out with former Queensland premier Campbell Newman's LNP government. At one stage, the party had two state MPs, Alex Douglas and Carl Judge, but failed to win any seats in last... Read more
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News.com.au
'Protect Channel Country': Qld green groupCountry communities have very little to gain from this industry - but a great d
'Protect Channel Country': Qld green group
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
Country communities have very little to gain from this industry - but a great deal to lose," she said. In 2014, the former LNP government repealed Labor's 2005 Wild Rivers laws which banned strip mining, intensive agriculture and in-stream dams in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tiahleigh Palmer case: Govt 'listened to police'independent inquiry into the child safety department and the state's foster sys
Tiahleigh Palmer case: Govt 'listened to police'
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
independent inquiry into the child safety department and the state's foster system. But Mr Pitt has rejected those calls, saying the former LNP government had already undertaken a full-blown review and those outcomes were being... Read more
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News.com.au
Govt 'listened to cops' in Tiahleigh caseindependent inquiry into the child safety department and the state's foster sys
Govt 'listened to cops' in Tiahleigh case
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
independent inquiry into the child safety department and the state's foster system. But Mr Pitt has rejected those calls, saying the former LNP government had already undertaken a full-blown review and those outcomes were being... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his jobon the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing aro
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his job
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
on the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing around waiting. But in 2013, under the LNP government, that figure dropped down to 318 days. Shadow Health Minister John-Paul Langbroek puts that down to the... Read more
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News Mail
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his jobon the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing aro
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his job
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
on the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing around waiting. But in 2013, under the LNP government, that figure dropped down to 318 days. Shadow Health Minister John-Paul Langbroek puts that down to the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his jobon the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing aro
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his job
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
on the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing around waiting. But in 2013, under the LNP government, that figure dropped down to 318 days. Shadow Health Minister John-Paul Langbroek puts that down to the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his jobon the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing aro
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his job
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
on the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing around waiting. But in 2013, under the LNP government, that figure dropped down to 318 days. Shadow Health Minister John-Paul Langbroek puts that down to the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his jobon the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing aro
Ipswich ambo speaks out on ramping, risks his job
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
on the same figures from 2010-2011 when paramedics spent 1315 days standing around waiting. But in 2013, under the LNP government, that figure dropped down to 318 days. Shadow Health Minister John-Paul Langbroek puts that down to the... Read more
4 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
Fluoride to be debated at forum in Mackaythan 1000 people. It was added to the Sarina supply in 2010 and in the Marian/
Fluoride to be debated at forum in Mackay
The Daily Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
than 1000 people. It was added to the Sarina supply in 2010 and in the Marian/Mirani supply in late 2014. In 2012, the LNP Government allowed councils to decide whether to continue fluoridation. What's your view on fluoride? Post your comment... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld govt introduces anti-bikie reformsintroduced its anti-bikie laws to parliament on Tuesday in a bid to wind back t
Qld govt introduces anti-bikie reforms
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
introduced its anti-bikie laws to parliament on Tuesday in a bid to wind back the contentious legislation of the previous LNP government. It will have to rely on the support of crossbenchers to pass the reforms, which also target organised crime... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Fluoride in Mackay: mass poison or oral sense?than 1,000 people. It was added to the Sarina supply in 2010 and in the Marian
Fluoride in Mackay: mass poison or oral sense?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 24 days ago
than 1,000 people. It was added to the Sarina supply in 2010 and in the Marian/Mirani supply in late 2014. In 2012, the LNP Government allowed councils to decide whether to continue fluoridation. Liza Aquarmann said she believed there were too... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
'Divisive issue': Mackay fluoride debate ramps upthan 1,000 people. It was added to the Sarina supply in 2010 and in the Marian
'Divisive issue': Mackay fluoride debate ramps up
The Daily Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
than 1,000 people. It was added to the Sarina supply in 2010 and in the Marian/Mirani supply in late 2014. In 2012, the LNP Government allowed councils to decide whether to continue fluoridation. Cr Williamson said the information would be... Read more
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Queensland Times
LNP is committed to fighting war on ICELNP is fully committed to ridding our community of the scourge of all drugs tha
LNP is committed to fighting war on ICE
Queensland Times / Posted 26 days ago
LNP is fully committed to ridding our community of the scourge of all drugs that are affecting our youth and community. An LNP government will implement a comprehensive, five-point action plan to take drugs off our streets and out of our towns. Our... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millionslaws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bi
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millions
The Daily Mercury / Posted 29 days ago
laws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bill would remove the changes the former LNP government made to industrial relations in Queensland. "This bill will wipe away the last vestiges of the former Newman... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millionslaws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bi
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millions
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
laws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bill would remove the changes the former LNP government made to industrial relations in Queensland. "This bill will wipe away the last vestiges of the former Newman... Read more
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Queensland Times
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millionslaws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bi
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millions
Queensland Times / Posted 29 days ago
laws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bill would remove the changes the former LNP government made to industrial relations in Queensland. "This bill will wipe away the last vestiges of the former Newman... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millionslaws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bi
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millions
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 29 days ago
laws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bill would remove the changes the former LNP government made to industrial relations in Queensland. "This bill will wipe away the last vestiges of the former Newman... Read more
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News Mail
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millionslaws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bi
LGAQ says new IR laws will cost ratepayers millions
News Mail / Posted 29 days ago
laws. When introducing the bill to parliament on Thursday Ms Grace said the bill would remove the changes the former LNP government made to industrial relations in Queensland. "This bill will wipe away the last vestiges of the former Newman... Read more
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