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2015/07/03 07:48
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Victory comes in many forms, some more enduring than others. Sixty years ago, Ron Clarke, with Herb Elliott and John Landy, created an Australian distance running tradition. Clarke broke 17 world...
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2015/06/26 22:34
2015/06/26 22:34
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THE group fighting an Islamic mosque in Maroochydore say they will continue to lobby councillors and MPs for change despite approval of the facility by council officers. The mosque at 14 Church St...
2015/06/23 03:24
2015/06/23 03:24
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The Palaszczuk government is asking Queenslanders if they would like May Day brought back to May. Photo: Tony Moore Want to see Labour Day back in May? Do you believe the Queen's Birthday holiday...
2015/06/21 04:26
2015/06/21 04:26
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Federal MP George Christensen claims sugar industry code of conduct would not sour trade relations Federal Liberal National Party MP George Christensen has rejected claims that a code of conduct for...
2015/06/20 14:28
2015/06/20 14:28
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A CRIMONOLOGIST and former cop says new Queensland laws will force bikies into a life on the run. Former Gold Coast detective Terry Goldsworthy says the proposed laws are unfair and set a dangerous...
2015/06/18 05:23
2015/06/18 05:23
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QUEENSLAND independent MP Billy Gordon will not face criminal charges following domestic violence allegations earlier this year that saw him quit the Labor party. He quit the party in March after he...
2015/06/17 14:50
2015/06/17 14:50
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Victory comes in many forms, some more enduring than others. Sixty years ago, Ron Clarke, with Herb Elliott and John Landy, created an Australian distance running tradition. Clarke broke 17 world...
2015/06/17 12:26
2015/06/17 12:26
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Foreign Minister Julie Bishop warns Queensland Government against attempts to regulate sugar industry Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has been drawn into a dispute in the sugar industry, warning the...
2015/06/16 20:36
2015/06/16 20:36
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POLITICS, not a lack of evidence, is slowing down medical cannabis reform in Queensland, according to Rhonda Miles. Mrs Miles and the Medical Cannabis Advisory Group Queensland are hoping to gain...
2015/06/16 13:05
2015/06/16 13:05
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JULIA Gillard was warned not to promote Bill Shorten into the ministry because he was untrustworthy and would “knock her off”, according to key Labor powerbroker Mark Arbib. Mr Shorten, who was...
2015/06/16 03:23
2015/06/16 03:23
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GLADSTONE has been named one of three possible sites for a biofuel production plant. The plan follows Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's first trade mission to the US. While on tour this week, the...
2015/06/15 19:34
2015/06/15 19:34
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SUGARCANE farmers have been blamed for being the "major culprits" of farm pollution that has ended up on the reef. "They are using frankly far too much fertiliser than what is required to grow the...
2015/06/14 04:24
2015/06/14 04:24
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Queensland deputy premier Jackie Trad: "We will find much cheaper options in terms of the fitout to make sure that we aren't wasting Queenslanders' money." Photo: Glenn Hunt The Labor government in...
2015/06/11 11:26
2015/06/11 11:26
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Farming groups defend efforts to reduce run-off to improve Great Barrier Reef water quality Farming groups are defensive in the wake of a scathing report on the health of the Great Barrier Reef. The...
2015/06/11 01:27
2015/06/11 01:27
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GRAZIERS enduring one of the worst droughts in recent memories don’t need the Labor government tinkering with vegetation management laws in Queensland, says Member for Mount Isa Rob Katter. GRAZIERS...
2015/06/10 04:23
2015/06/10 04:23
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DALBY residents will have a chance to voice their questions at a biofuels information session on Thursday. The Palaszczuk Government released a discussion paper last Thursday outlining plans for an...
2015/06/09 19:11
2015/06/09 19:11
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A FAILED attempt to get Gympie Regional Council to change its meeting schedule drew some debate in the council chambers last week. Cr Ian Petersen argued against the motion that the council continue...
2015/06/08 08:24
2015/06/08 08:24
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Artist's impression of the Great Keppel Island resort development. Photo: Supplied Queensland's peak tourism body has backed the developer of the new Great Keppel Island resort in its bid to have a...
2015/06/04 23:34
2015/06/04 23:34
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TREASURER Curtis Pitt yesterday used Central Queensland as the pin-up region for job creation for the state as he addressed Queensland Parliament. In what may come as a surprise to many struggling...
2015/06/04 23:13
2015/06/04 23:13
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IN A win for Queensland women, the Queensland Parliament last night voted to support the LNP's plan to allow women to continue to have the choice to deliver their babies locally. Shadow Health...
2015/07/03 07:48
2015/07/03 07:48
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