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Queensland Times
When will LNP get tough on the big tax dodgers?On the first day of parliamentary sittings this year the LNP government was ask
When will LNP get tough on the big tax dodgers?
Queensland Times / Posted 18 hours ago
On the first day of parliamentary sittings this year the LNP government was asked by the Shadow Treasurer what the government was doing concerning the 579 corporate tax bludgers, who had not paid tax in the 2014/15 financial year. The Treasurer... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane office vacancies reach new high"Demand has weakened with the mining cycle and a contraction in government" Ye
Brisbane office vacancies reach new high
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
"Demand has weakened with the mining cycle and a contraction in government" Yet another economic consequence of the LNP's savage budget cuts and its sacking of 14,000+ government workers. Yes yes it's definitely Campbell Newman's fault that... Read more
6d
Brisbane Times
LNP 'wait to be convinced' on lockout lawsThe Opposition is still undecided on the state's lock out laws Photo: iStock T
LNP 'wait to be convinced' on lockout laws
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
The Opposition is still undecided on the state's lock out laws Photo: iStock The LNP are still yet to commit to a position regarding the government's alcohol fuelled violence laws, stating it is waiting to be convinced by evidence, but could not say... Read more
6d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
While there is Tony Abbott, there is hope for Laborwill be Abbott, perched securely on the back bench (an honourable position, as
While there is Tony Abbott, there is hope for Labor
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
will be Abbott, perched securely on the back bench (an honourable position, as he rightly avers) to divide and disrupt the government, and most particularly its leader. Clearly he will bolt in the preselection - he may even be unopposed. And such... Read more
7d
Brisbane Times
State Opposition praised and damned for daring to mention asset salespolicies. While reviewing the past year of Labor rule, Mr Springborg repeated
State Opposition praised and damned for daring to mention asset sales
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
policies. While reviewing the past year of Labor rule, Mr Springborg repeated comments he has made since July that the LNP would consider asset sales if it was something Queenslanders wanted to discuss. Immediately following the election loss,... Read more
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8d
News.com.au
Qld's Labor marks one year in powerhard since taking power a year ago, while the opposition says Annastacia Palasz
Qld's Labor marks one year in power
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
hard since taking power a year ago, while the opposition says Annastacia Palaszczuk is doing nothing but holding the state back. SUNDAY marks 12 months since Campbell Newman and the LNP stepped aside to make room for a minority Labor gov... Read more
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8d
Weekly Times
Qld's Labor marks one year in poweropposition says Annastacia Palaszczuk is doing nothing but holding the state ba
Qld's Labor marks one year in power
Weekly Times / Posted 8 days ago
opposition says Annastacia Palaszczuk is doing nothing but holding the state back. Sunday marks 12 months since Campbell Newman and the LNP stepped aside to make room for a minority Labor government. Ms Palaszczuk used the day to announce plans... Read more
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8d
Brisbane Times
Donations inquiry stalled by PCCC stalemateAttorney-General Yvette D'Ath. Photo: Chris Hyde The Palaszczuk government is
Donations inquiry stalled by PCCC stalemate
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath. Photo: Chris Hyde The Palaszczuk government is still waiting on one piece of its parliamentary puzzle to be put in place before it pushes ahead with its commitment to hold an inquiry into political... Read more
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8d
Brisbane Times
Annastacia Palaszczuk still walking hung parliament tightropeOne year on from the Newman Government's shock election loss and Premier Annast
Annastacia Palaszczuk still walking hung parliament tightrope
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
One year on from the Newman Government's shock election loss and Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk took a moment to 'thank' Queenslanders for "putting their trust in Labor". The actual anniversary of the Palaszczuk minority government won't come until... Read more
8d
Brisbane Times
State's cool reception to Graham Quirk's Brisbane Metro planPhoto: Chris Hyde Lord Mayor Graham Quirk's $1.5 billion plan for a Brisbane l
State's cool reception to Graham Quirk's Brisbane Metro plan
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
Photo: Chris Hyde Lord Mayor Graham Quirk's $1.5 billion plan for a Brisbane light rail subway may "interest" the State Government, but it's unlikely to receive support unless it fits in with Cross River Rail. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk took... Read more
11d
The Daily Mercury
LETTER: What is being done to secure our futuresShaun Newman has written a letter. Do you have something to say? Write to us at
LETTER: What is being done to secure our futures
The Daily Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
Shaun Newman has written a letter. Do you have something to say? Write to us at news@dailymercury.com.au Now that it has been confirmed that 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history since 1880, surely governments of all political persuasions... Read more
12d
Brisbane Times
Election: Greens promise travel discounts for the unemployedmillion Greens election commitment announced on Wednesday. But such a move cou
Election: Greens promise travel discounts for the unemployed
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
million Greens election commitment announced on Wednesday. But such a move could already be on the cards due to the state government's public transport fare review, although Transport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe's office stopped short of a... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Where is State Gov't stimulus for GKI?of people took the trouble to get to GKI to send our Premier another very stron
Where is State Gov't stimulus for GKI?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
of people took the trouble to get to GKI to send our Premier another very strong message. The development of GKI needs our government to stop sitting on its hands and provide a small in-house casino licence. This could stimulate Chinese investment... Read more
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16d
Queensland Times
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clivepower had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constit
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clive
Queensland Times / Posted 16 days ago
power had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constituents $5000 a year worse off. He says the LNP is only too aware of the impact of PUP on federal politics claiming the credit for former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's... Read more
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16d
The Morning Bulletin
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clivepower had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constit
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clive
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
power had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constituents $5000 a year worse off. He says the LNP is only too aware of the impact of PUP on federal politics claiming the credit for former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's... Read more
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16d
News Mail
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clivepower had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constit
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clive
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
power had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constituents $5000 a year worse off. He says the LNP is only too aware of the impact of PUP on federal politics claiming the credit for former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's... Read more
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16d
Daily Examiner
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clivepower had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constit
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clive
Daily Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
power had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constituents $5000 a year worse off. He says the LNP is only too aware of the impact of PUP on federal politics claiming the credit for former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's... Read more
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16d
Northern Star
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clivepower had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constit
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clive
Northern Star / Posted 16 days ago
power had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constituents $5000 a year worse off. He says the LNP is only too aware of the impact of PUP on federal politics claiming the credit for former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's... Read more
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16d
The Daily Mercury
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clivepower had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constit
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clive
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
power had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constituents $5000 a year worse off. He says the LNP is only too aware of the impact of PUP on federal politics claiming the credit for former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's... Read more
316 related stories
16d
Toowoomba Chronicle
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clivepower had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constit
They're all out to get me: The world according to Clive
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
power had allowed PUP to fight legislation that would have left Fairfax constituents $5000 a year worse off. He says the LNP is only too aware of the impact of PUP on federal politics claiming the credit for former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's... Read more
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18d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Former CCC head Dr Ken Levy dies from cancerQueensland public servant, Dr Levy was appointed acting chairman of the Crime a
Former CCC head Dr Ken Levy dies from cancer
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
Queensland public servant, Dr Levy was appointed acting chairman of the Crime and Misconduct Commission by the Campbell Newman LNP state government in 2013. He replaced CMC chairman Ross Martin, who stepped down due to ill health. Dr Levy... Read more
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20d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Palmer United: The rise and demise of a vanity partywith glee and hurled insults at the then federal treasurer Wayne Swan. A month
Palmer United: The rise and demise of a vanity party
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
with glee and hurled insults at the then federal treasurer Wayne Swan. A month later Palmer announced he would contest LNP preselection for Mr Swan's Brisbane seat of Lilley. The LNP and the federal Liberal Party made it clear they wanted... Read more
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21d
The Age
Townsville counts the cost of Queensland Nickel redundanciesClive Mensink, a nephew of Mr Palmer's, announced the job losses on Friday morn
Townsville counts the cost of Queensland Nickel redundancies
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Clive Mensink, a nephew of Mr Palmer's, announced the job losses on Friday morning and in the process blamed the state government for his company's woes, .................... YOU'VE GOT TO BE JOKING CLIVE!! .Are you saying the Govt should... Read more
24d
Brisbane Times
Queensland unions approach 3700 potential members under new government policyby unions between July and September last year under a Labor Party policy to en
Queensland unions approach 3700 potential members under new government policy
Brisbane Times / Posted 24 days ago
by unions between July and September last year under a Labor Party policy to encourage public service unionism. But the LNP opposition believed "north of 5000" public servants had been approached, because the figures do not include Queensland... Read more
30d
Brisbane Times
Cole Miller: How many one-punch deaths does it take?Cross. Photo: Supplied By being in a place renowned for its excessive public d
Cole Miller: How many one-punch deaths does it take?
Brisbane Times / Posted 30 days ago
Cross. Photo: Supplied By being in a place renowned for its excessive public drunkenness. The Liberal New South Wales government, then led by Barry O'Farrell, was under extraordinary public pressure to act decisively on alcohol-fuelled... Read more
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Queensland Times
Pisasale could be state MP but better as mayorQT Editor Peter Chapman says the LNP potentially have the perfect candidate to
Pisasale could be state MP but better as mayor
Queensland Times / Posted 30 days ago
QT Editor Peter Chapman says the LNP potentially have the perfect candidate to win the seat of Bundamba if Jo-Ann Miller resigns - but there is just one problem. Long-serving Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale is also a long-time member of the Labor Party,... Read more

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