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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Medicinal cannabis trial available for Queensland children with epilepsylegalise medical marijuana and allow Queensland doctors to prescribe it for the
Medicinal cannabis trial available for Queensland children with epilepsy
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
legalise medical marijuana and allow Queensland doctors to prescribe it for their patients' treatment is currently before Queensland Parliament in the committee stage. The trial would be run as part of a compassionate access scheme. It is part... Read more
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News Mail
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr R
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr Rickuss initially raised concerns through the Queensland Parliament in May. He said Energy Minister Mark Bailey and Environment Minister Steven Miles should have been... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr R
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr Rickuss initially raised concerns through the Queensland Parliament in May. He said Energy Minister Mark Bailey and Environment Minister Steven Miles should have been... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr R
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr Rickuss initially raised concerns through the Queensland Parliament in May. He said Energy Minister Mark Bailey and Environment Minister Steven Miles should have been... Read more
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Queensland Times
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr R
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr Rickuss initially raised concerns through the Queensland Parliament in May. He said Energy Minister Mark Bailey and Environment Minister Steven Miles should have been... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr R
Toxic ash being 'illegally stored' in Gympie, Brisbane
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
… there are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr Rickuss initially raised concerns through the Queensland Parliament in May. He said Energy Minister Mark Bailey and Environment Minister Steven Miles should have been... Read more
5 related stories
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
1,400 tonnes of toxic ash illegally stored in Brisbane and Gympieare a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr Rickuss s
1,400 tonnes of toxic ash illegally stored in Brisbane and Gympie
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
are a myriad of questions that need to be answered now," he said. Mr Rickuss said he initially raised concerns through the Queensland Parliament in May, when constituents came to him with concerns about activity at the two Stanwell power... Read more
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Sky News Australia
LNP to remove time limit on sex abuse claimsResponses to Child Sex Abuse. Shadow Attorney-General Ian Walker said the LNP
LNP to remove time limit on sex abuse claims
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
Responses to Child Sex Abuse. Shadow Attorney-General Ian Walker said the LNP would seek to introduce legislation into Queensland Parliament within the first 120 days of government. 'We want to help survivors as soon as possible, but it's also... Read more
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Queensland Times
LNP to empower abuse survivorsthe person is or was a child. Shadow Attorney-General Ian Walker said the LNP
LNP to empower abuse survivors
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
the person is or was a child. Shadow Attorney-General Ian Walker said the LNP would seek to introduce legislation into Queensland Parliament within the first 120 days of government. “We want to help survivors as soon as possible, but it’s also... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
State to seek election reviewreview will examine the 2016 Queensland Local Government elections and the refe
State to seek election review
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
review will examine the 2016 Queensland Local Government elections and the referendum on fixed four-year terms for Queensland parliament as well as present an opportunity to learn how elections in Queensland can be conducted more... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine departmentLynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out w
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine department
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
Lynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out workers could be introduced to Queensland parliament before the end of the year. Responding to a question from Katter's Australian Party MP Shane Knuth, Dr... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine departmentLynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out w
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine department
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
Lynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out workers could be introduced to Queensland parliament before the end of the year. Responding to a question from Katter's Australian Party MP Shane Knuth, Dr... Read more
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Queensland Times
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine departmentLynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out w
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine department
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
Lynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out workers could be introduced to Queensland parliament before the end of the year. Responding to a question from Katter's Australian Party MP Shane Knuth, Dr... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine departmentLynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out w
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine department
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
Lynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out workers could be introduced to Queensland parliament before the end of the year. Responding to a question from Katter's Australian Party MP Shane Knuth, Dr... Read more
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News Mail
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine departmentLynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out w
Minister admits miners have lost faith in mine department
News Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Lynham also told the hearing he hoped legislation to end 100% fly in, fly out workers could be introduced to Queensland parliament before the end of the year. Responding to a question from Katter's Australian Party MP Shane Knuth, Dr... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Katter moves to stop Chinese buying NSW power infrastructureFederal Parliament banning the NSW Government from selling power company Ausgri
Katter moves to stop Chinese buying NSW power infrastructure
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
Federal Parliament banning the NSW Government from selling power company Ausgrid to any foreign company. Speaking outside Queensland Parliament in Brisbane on Wednesday Mr Katter said he did not believe selling Ausgrid to a Chinese company was in... Read more
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Northern Star
Katter will move to block Ausgrid saleFederal Parliament banning the NSW Government from selling power company Ausgri
Katter will move to block Ausgrid sale
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
Federal Parliament banning the NSW Government from selling power company Ausgrid to any foreign company. Speaking outside Queensland Parliament in Brisbane on Wednesday Mr Katter said he did not believe selling Ausgrid to a Chinese company was in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
LNP snares by-election win42 in the state’s parliament. “I am honoured the people of Toowoomba South hav
LNP snares by-election win
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
42 in the state’s parliament. “I am honoured the people of Toowoomba South have elected me as their representative in the Queensland parliament,” he wrote on his Facebook page. “My priorities will be to grow local business and to ensure Toowoomba... Read more
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Queensland Times
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba Southon 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba South
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
on 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South elected him as their representative in the Queensland Parliament. "They have my word I will give them my all and be a strong voice for them in State Parliament," he... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba Southon 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba South
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
on 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South elected him as their representative in the Queensland Parliament. "They have my word I will give them my all and be a strong voice for them in State Parliament," he... Read more
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News Mail
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba Southon 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba South
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
on 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South elected him as their representative in the Queensland Parliament. "They have my word I will give them my all and be a strong voice for them in State Parliament," he... Read more
44 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba Southon 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba South
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
on 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South elected him as their representative in the Queensland Parliament. "They have my word I will give them my all and be a strong voice for them in State Parliament," he... Read more
44 related stories
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Toowoomba Chronicle
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba Southon 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South
David Janetzki claims victory in Toowoomba South
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
on 35.06% In a statement he said he was honoured the people of Toowoomba South elected him as their representative in the Queensland Parliament. "They have my word I will give them my all and be a strong voice for them in State Parliament," he... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
More hands needed for petition on time changefor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
More hands needed for petition on time change
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am yesterday. Sandstone Point resident... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Six candidates make final pitch before electionas Toowoomba mayor proved her "independence and energy". "The time is here and
Six candidates make final pitch before election
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
as Toowoomba mayor proved her "independence and energy". "The time is here and now for Toowoomba to have a strong voice in Queensland parliament with an influential and forceful independent," she said. Alexandra Todd (FF) Ms Todd said it was... Read more
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News Mail
Has Hanson learnt from the past?- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her coll
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
News Mail / Posted 14 days ago
- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her colleagues continued to play a major role in Queensland parliament. But the promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Has Hanson learnt from the past?- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her coll
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Daily Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her colleagues continued to play a major role in Queensland parliament. But the promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the... Read more
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Northern Star
Has Hanson learnt from the past?- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her coll
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Northern Star / Posted 14 days ago
- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her colleagues continued to play a major role in Queensland parliament. But the promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the... Read more
6 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
Has Hanson learnt from the past?- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her coll
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her colleagues continued to play a major role in Queensland parliament. But the promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the... Read more
6 related stories
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Has Hanson learnt from the past?- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her coll
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her colleagues continued to play a major role in Queensland parliament. But the promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the... Read more
6 related stories
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Queensland Times
Has Hanson learnt from the past?- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her coll
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
Queensland Times / Posted 14 days ago
- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her colleagues continued to play a major role in Queensland parliament. But the promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the... Read more
6 related stories
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The Morning Bulletin
Has Hanson learnt from the past?- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her coll
Has Hanson learnt from the past?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
- losing to the Liberals on preferences. Despite Ms Hanson being out, her colleagues continued to play a major role in Queensland parliament. But the promised revolution did not last long. Divisions led to five One Nation MPs forming the... Read more
6 related stories
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Daily Examiner
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supportersfor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supporters
Daily Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am today. Sandstone Point resident... Read more
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Northern Star
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supportersfor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supporters
Northern Star / Posted 14 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am today. Sandstone Point resident... Read more
11 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supportersfor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supporters
The Daily Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am today. Sandstone Point resident... Read more
11 related stories
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supportersfor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supporters
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am today. Sandstone Point resident... Read more
11 related stories
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Queensland Times
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supportersfor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supporters
Queensland Times / Posted 14 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am today. Sandstone Point resident... Read more
11 related stories
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The Morning Bulletin
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supportersfor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supporters
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am today. Sandstone Point resident... Read more
11 related stories
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News Mail
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supportersfor Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. T
Time stands still on clock petition with just 22 supporters
News Mail / Posted 14 days ago
for Australian Eastern Standard Time to move forward 30 minutes permanently. The month-old petition loaded onto the Queensland Parliament website had clocked up a slow and steady 22 signatures by 6.30am this morning. Sandstone Point... Read more
11 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upsetthe LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upset
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
the LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would increase the number of crossbenchers in Queensland Parliament, stripping the LNP of one of its 42 seats - the same number held by Labor's minority government. She... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upsetthe LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upset
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
the LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would increase the number of crossbenchers in Queensland Parliament, stripping the LNP of one of its 42 seats - the same number held by Labor's minority government. She... Read more
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Queensland Times
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upsetthe LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upset
Queensland Times / Posted 16 days ago
the LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would increase the number of crossbenchers in Queensland Parliament, stripping the LNP of one of its 42 seats - the same number held by Labor's minority government. She... Read more
6 related stories
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News Mail
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upsetthe LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would
LNP faces defeat as Thorley threatens major upset
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
the LNP's David Janetzki for the hotly contested seat. Mrs Thorley's win would increase the number of crossbenchers in Queensland Parliament, stripping the LNP of one of its 42 seats - the same number held by Labor's minority government. She... Read more
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The North West Star
'Politics wasn't built for two parties': Robbie Katterhad changed, other than the political climate. That shows you how issues can be
'Politics wasn't built for two parties': Robbie Katter
The North West Star / Posted 18 days ago
had changed, other than the political climate. That shows you how issues can be distilled down to political games. "The Queensland Parliament – not everyone is happy. But it does show you how a parliament can operate when it is more competitive.... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'Politics wasn't built for two parties': Robbie Katterhad changed, other than the political climate. That shows you how issues can be
'Politics wasn't built for two parties': Robbie Katter
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
had changed, other than the political climate. That shows you how issues can be distilled down to political games. "The Queensland Parliament – not everyone is happy. But it does show you how a parliament can operate when it is more competitive.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The resurgence of One Nationinterview with Channel 7Calls for ban on Muslim immigrationJuly 2, 2016 After
The resurgence of One Nation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
interview with Channel 7Calls for ban on Muslim immigrationJuly 2, 2016 After another failed bid to gain a seat in the Queensland Parliament during the 2015 election, One Nation runs 27 candidates in the 2016 federal election. While votes are... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Doctors seek protections in abortion reformsis one of the fundamental privileges afforded by western democracy, and indeed
Doctors seek protections in abortion reforms
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
is one of the fundamental privileges afforded by western democracy, and indeed will be exercised by members of the Queensland Parliament in voting on this legislation, that the same privilege be afforded to medical practitioners and others... Read more
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The North West Star
Doctors seek ethical protection under proposed legalized abortion regimeis one of the fundamental privileges afforded by western democracy, and indeed
Doctors seek ethical protection under proposed legalized abortion regime
The North West Star / Posted 20 days ago
is one of the fundamental privileges afforded by western democracy, and indeed will be exercised by members of the Queensland Parliament in voting on this legislation, that the same privilege be afforded to medical practitioners and others... Read more
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Queensland Times
The Toowoomba principal paid more than the Premierand Brisbane Grammar's Anthony Micallef who get $467,000. The salaries were re
The Toowoomba principal paid more than the Premier
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
and Brisbane Grammar's Anthony Micallef who get $467,000. The salaries were revealed in annual reports tabled in the Queensland Parliament. The amount is almost triple what is earned by a state school principal who earn between $110,000 and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
The Toowoomba principal paid more than the Premierand Brisbane Grammar's Anthony Micallef who get $467,000. The salaries were re
The Toowoomba principal paid more than the Premier
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 21 days ago
and Brisbane Grammar's Anthony Micallef who get $467,000. The salaries were revealed in annual reports tabled in the Queensland Parliament. The amount is almost triple what is earned by a state school principal who earn between $110,000 and... Read more
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