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2014/10/31 04:34
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A CONTROVERSIAL plan giving principals more power to suspend and expel students facing criminal charges is now a reality. Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek said new laws passed by the Queensland...
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2014/10/30 20:34
2014/10/30 20:34
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AN EDUCATION bill allowing principals to see students' criminal charges, as well as convictions, passed Queensland Parliament last night with bipartisan support - despite a parliamentary committee...
2014/10/30 20:23
2014/10/30 20:23
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THE Queensland Parliament has resumed its Ethics Committee inquiry into whether Rainbow Beach businessman Scott Elms attempted to improperly influence Gympie MP David Gibson by bribing or threatening...
2014/10/30 14:24
2014/10/30 14:24
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Gregory MP Vaughan Johnson. Photo: Harrison Saragossi Retiring LNP MP Vaughan Johnson has used one of his final speeches in the Queensland Parliament to kick the federal government over its raising...
2014/10/30 12:39
2014/10/30 12:39
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Miners do much more than extract minerals and make profits. All over the world mining corporations are collaborating with governments, local populations and NGOs. Their logos, mottoes and CEOs seem to...
2014/10/30 02:34
2014/10/30 02:34
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ALMOST 2000 people are waiting to see a public dentist in Rockhampton, with 211 waiting more than a year. Latest figures from the Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service show as at October 8,...
2014/10/28 20:34
2014/10/28 20:34
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COMPANIES who wilfully damage the Great Barrier Reef face fines of up to $3.5 million after new legislation was passed last night in Queensland Parliament. A change to the Environmental Protection...
2014/10/28 06:26
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Parliamentary committee rejects Qld Government's nominee to head Crime and Corruption Commission The Queensland Government's nominee for chairman of the Crime and Corruption Commission has been...
2014/10/28 05:24
2014/10/28 05:24
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Queensland Premier Campbell Newman. Photo: Glenn Hunt Premier Campbell Newman has issued a 'please explain' to the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee after it rejected barrister Paul Favell...
2014/10/28 04:17
2014/10/28 04:17
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IN LIGHT of recent events it's hard to believe we live in a democracy. When the world's leaders gather in Brisbane on November 15-16 this year for the G20 meeting, you how it feels to live in a...
2014/10/28 01:27
2014/10/28 01:27
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Government says it's saving us from terrorists, Ebola, criminals and crocodiles. Security is on the mind of the Queensland Parliament as it enters the first day of its second last sitting for the...
2014/10/23 16:15
2014/10/23 16:15
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Increased police pressure on Queensland and Victorian bikies could cause an influx of young, single outlaws into NSW, based on the theory of ‘‘crime displacement’’. Increased police pressure on...
2014/10/23 02:27
2014/10/23 02:27
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Security bolstered at Queensland Parliament after Canadian attack Security has been beefed up at Queensland's Parliament after a deadly shooting in Canada's capital Ottawa. Queensland Police...
2014/10/23 02:24
2014/10/23 02:24
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Former Queensland MP Scott Driscoll. Photo: Glenn Hunt Former Queensland MP Scott Driscoll has made his first court appearance accused of fraud. The 39-year-old was charged by the Crime and...
2014/10/22 17:37
2014/10/22 17:37
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AN ominous warning was sounded to Queensland landholders this month, alerting those on the agriculture and mining belts that peak production of coal seam gas (CSG) is yet to occur. In short, if...
2014/10/21 11:06
2014/10/21 11:06
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A mother-of-three has become the first person to own a home in Queensland's largest Aboriginal community, paving the way for other indigenous people to fulfil the Australian dream. Ailsa Lively is...
2014/10/21 01:17
2014/10/21 01:17
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THE sitting MP Ian Rickuss has beaten off a strong challenge to win pre-selection for the seat of Lockyer on the weekend. Mr Rickuss faced competition from Lockyer Valley Regional councillor and...
2014/10/20 21:11
2014/10/20 21:11
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THE Queensland Parliament has resumed its Ethics Committee inquiry into whether Rainbow Beach businessman Scott Elms attempted to improperly influence Gympie MP David Gibson by bribing or threatening...
2014/10/18 02:26
2014/10/18 02:26
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Mining law amendments restrict rights to object to lease applications, sparking anger from opponents By Kathy McLeish and Matt Wordsworth An eleventh hour amendment to already controversial mining...
2014/10/17 20:34
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A DISPUTE between two parliamentary ethics committee members has seen the Crime and Misconduct Commission investigate one and the other apologise to parliament. Bundamba MP Jo-Ann Miller has been...
2014/10/31 04:34
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