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The Daily Mercury
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awardsREGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. Pe
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awards
The Daily Mercury / Posted 11 hours ago
REGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. People and organisations from Bundaberg, the Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba, central and far north Queensland were recognised for their contributions to keeping children... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awardsREGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. Pe
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awards
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 hours ago
REGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. People and organisations from Bundaberg, the Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba, central and far north Queensland were recognised for their contributions to keeping children... Read more
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11h
Queensland Times
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awardsREGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. Pe
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awards
Queensland Times / Posted 11 hours ago
REGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. People and organisations from Bundaberg, the Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba, central and far north Queensland were recognised for their contributions to keeping children... Read more
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12h
The Morning Bulletin
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awardsREGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. Pe
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awards
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 hours ago
REGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. People and organisations from Bundaberg, the Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba, central and far north Queensland were recognised for their contributions to keeping children... Read more
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12h
News Mail
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awardsREGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. Pe
Regional Queenslanders take home child protection awards
News Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
REGIONAL Queenslanders have swept the state's Child Protection Week awards. People and organisations from Bundaberg, the Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba, central and far north Queensland were recognised for their contributions to keeping children... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich Youth Parliament showcases leaders of the futureIPSWICH MP Jennifer Howard has praised the performance of the youth parliamenta
Ipswich Youth Parliament showcases leaders of the future
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
IPSWICH MP Jennifer Howard has praised the performance of the youth parliamentarians at today's Ipswich Youth Parliament at the Ipswich Civic Centre. Ms Howard, who chaired a debate on good health measures during today's sitting, said the event was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Controversial Qld mine gets draft authority for expansionAcland coal mine: Draft authority for expansion of controversial $900 million p
Controversial Qld mine gets draft authority for expansion
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Acland coal mine: Draft authority for expansion of controversial $900 million project issued The expansion of a controversial Queensland coal mine has cleared another hurdle, with the state's environment department issuing a draft authority for the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Marketing dispute prompts LNP billCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Marketing dispute prompts LNP bill
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for cane growers in raw sugar marketing, according to industry body Canegrowers. Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Marketing dispute prompts LNP billCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Marketing dispute prompts LNP bill
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for cane growers in raw sugar marketing, according to industry body Canegrowers. Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the... Read more
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6d
News Mail
Marketing dispute prompts LNP billCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Marketing dispute prompts LNP bill
News Mail / Posted 6 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for cane growers in raw sugar marketing, according to industry body Canegrowers. Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the... Read more
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6d
Daily Examiner
Marketing dispute prompts LNP billCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Marketing dispute prompts LNP bill
Daily Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for cane growers in raw sugar marketing, according to industry body Canegrowers. Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the... Read more
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6d
Northern Star
Marketing dispute prompts LNP billCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Marketing dispute prompts LNP bill
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for cane growers in raw sugar marketing, according to industry body Canegrowers. Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Marketing dispute prompts LNP billCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Marketing dispute prompts LNP bill
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for cane growers in raw sugar marketing, according to industry body Canegrowers. Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the... Read more
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The North West Star
Flood stations prices with irrigation, says KatterBob Katter just wants cattle station prices to be affordable for young Australi
Flood stations prices with irrigation, says Katter
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
Bob Katter just wants cattle station prices to be affordable for young Australians. Visual argument: A chart prepared by Bob Katter's office to highlight his long-standing argument that North Queensland graziers are entitled to more water from... Read more
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Queensland Times
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while drivingTHE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is t
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while driving
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
THE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is targeting repeat mobile phone offenders with double demerit points. The new Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan includes 57 initiatives to reduce injury and curb the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while drivingTHE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is t
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while driving
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
THE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is targeting repeat mobile phone offenders with double demerit points. The new Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan includes 57 initiatives to reduce injury and curb the... Read more
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News Mail
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while drivingTHE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is t
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while driving
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
THE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is targeting repeat mobile phone offenders with double demerit points. The new Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan includes 57 initiatives to reduce injury and curb the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while drivingTHE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is t
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while driving
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
THE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is targeting repeat mobile phone offenders with double demerit points. The new Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan includes 57 initiatives to reduce injury and curb the... Read more
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10d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while drivingTHE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is t
Double demerits if caught twice on phone while driving
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
THE Queensland Government has unveiled its plan to improve road safety and is targeting repeat mobile phone offenders with double demerit points. The new Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan includes 57 initiatives to reduce injury and curb the... Read more
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10d
Independent
Felicity Wishart: Tenacious environmental activist who helped lead the campaign to protect the Great Barrier ReefWorking at the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Queensland Conservation
Felicity Wishart: Tenacious environmental activist who helped lead the campaign to protect the Great Barrier Reef
Independent / Posted 10 days ago
Working at the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Queensland Conservation Council, which she headed, the Wilderness Society and latterly the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS), she inspired many younger campaigners, especially women,... Read more
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Queensland Times
Nexus says 75% bypass jobs will be go to localsNEXUS says 75% of jobs on the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing will be local as
Nexus says 75% bypass jobs will be go to locals
Queensland Times / Posted 12 days ago
NEXUS says 75% of jobs on the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing will be local as it officially signed a contract on the project. The State Government, the Nexus consortium and the Federal Government put pen to paper to sign a contract on the Toowoomba... Read more
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14d
The Daily Mercury
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoonUPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved priv
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoon
The Daily Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
UPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved private deliberations from earlier on Thursday be made public. The first adjournment followed Ms Smith's motion that the committee express no confidence in Ms... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoonUPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved priv
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoon
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
UPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved private deliberations from earlier on Thursday be made public. The first adjournment followed Ms Smith's motion that the committee express no confidence in Ms... Read more
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Queensland Times
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoonUPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved priv
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoon
Queensland Times / Posted 14 days ago
UPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved private deliberations from earlier on Thursday be made public. The first adjournment followed Ms Smith's motion that the committee express no confidence in Ms... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoonUPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved priv
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoon
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
UPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved private deliberations from earlier on Thursday be made public. The first adjournment followed Ms Smith's motion that the committee express no confidence in Ms... Read more
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News Mail
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoonUPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved priv
Qld Estimates hearing adjourned twice in one afternoon
News Mail / Posted 14 days ago
UPDATE: Estimates has again been adjourned after LNP MP Tarnya Smith moved private deliberations from earlier on Thursday be made public. The first adjournment followed Ms Smith's motion that the committee express no confidence in Ms... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
VLAD laws made easy access for unqualified tattoo artistsQUEENSLAND tattooists claim the VLAD legislation has changed the culture of the
VLAD laws made easy access for unqualified tattoo artists
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
QUEENSLAND tattooists claim the VLAD legislation has changed the culture of the industry and made it easy for unqualified amateurs to practice. Australian Tattooists' Guild president Josh Roelink said the legislation had increased operating costs... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimatesSOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice w
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimates
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
SOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice when he was repeatedly forced to halt heated debate between politicians on Tuesday. Mr Pearce attempted to maintain order and constructive discussion while chairing... Read more
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Queensland Times
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimatesSOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice w
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimates
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
SOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice when he was repeatedly forced to halt heated debate between politicians on Tuesday. Mr Pearce attempted to maintain order and constructive discussion while chairing... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimatesSOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice w
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimates
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
SOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice when he was repeatedly forced to halt heated debate between politicians on Tuesday. Mr Pearce attempted to maintain order and constructive discussion while chairing... Read more
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News Mail
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimatesSOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice w
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimates
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
SOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice when he was repeatedly forced to halt heated debate between politicians on Tuesday. Mr Pearce attempted to maintain order and constructive discussion while chairing... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimatesSOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice w
Mirani MP struggles to keep order in estimates
The Daily Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
SOME no-nonsense country attitude was Mirani MP Jim Pearce's weapon of choice when he was repeatedly forced to halt heated debate between politicians on Tuesday. Mr Pearce attempted to maintain order and constructive discussion while chairing... Read more
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Northern Star
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing rowCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing row
Northern Star / Posted 15 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for sugarcane growers in raw sugar marketing. CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the future with confidence now... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing rowCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing row
The Daily Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for sugarcane growers in raw sugar marketing. CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the future with confidence now... Read more
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Queensland Times
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing rowCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing row
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for sugarcane growers in raw sugar marketing. CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the future with confidence now... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing rowCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing row
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for sugarcane growers in raw sugar marketing. CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the future with confidence now... Read more
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News Mail
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing rowCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing row
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for sugarcane growers in raw sugar marketing. CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the future with confidence now... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing rowCLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choic
Support grows for legislative fix to sugar marketing row
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
CLOSE to half of the Queensland Parliament is now ready to vote to secure choice and fairness for sugarcane growers in raw sugar marketing. CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri said growers were a step closer to facing the future with confidence now... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Opposition smells a vegetable in mining petitionCOULD Mr Broccoli Broccoli please stand up? Because Opposition Leader Lawrence
Opposition smells a vegetable in mining petition
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
COULD Mr Broccoli Broccoli please stand up? Because Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg thinks something stinks about a petition signatory with that name. The petitioners were pushing for the government to overturn controversial Newman government... Read more
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News Mail
Laws make tattooists marked menQUEENSLAND tattooists claim the VLAD legislation has changed the culture of the
Laws make tattooists marked men
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
QUEENSLAND tattooists claim the VLAD legislation has changed the culture of the industry and made it easy for unqualified amateurs to practise. Australian Tattooists' Guild president Josh Roelink said the legislation had increased operating costs... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliamentINSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliament
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
INSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s suggests, why not consider Queensland Parliament? During parliament's estimates' hearings on Tuesday, Speaker Peter Wellington encouraged would-be brides and grooms to... Read more
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Queensland Times
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliamentINSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliament
Queensland Times / Posted 16 days ago
INSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s suggests, why not consider Queensland Parliament? During parliament's estimates' hearings on Tuesday, Speaker Peter Wellington encouraged would-be brides and grooms to... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliamentINSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliament
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
INSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s suggests, why not consider Queensland Parliament? During parliament's estimates' hearings on Tuesday, Speaker Peter Wellington encouraged would-be brides and grooms to... Read more
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News Mail
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliamentINSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s
MP urges couples to consider wedding at parliament
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
INSTEAD of going to the chapel to get married as the famous song from the 1960s suggests, why not consider Queensland Parliament? During parliament's estimates' hearings on Tuesday, Speaker Peter Wellington encouraged would-be brides and grooms to... Read more
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The North West Star
KAP's ultimatumMP’s threaten to withdraw support for Labor government KATTER’S Australian Par
KAP's ultimatum
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
MP’s threaten to withdraw support for Labor government KATTER’S Australian Party has an ultimatum for the minority Queensland government: meet our demands for the bush or we’ll withdraw support. KAP state leader Rob Katter says the Labor government... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'Rob Katter has said nothing to me': PalaszczukRobbie Katter Photo: Melissa North Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said Katter's
'Rob Katter has said nothing to me': Palaszczuk
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
Robbie Katter Photo: Melissa North Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said Katter's Australian Party Queensland leader Rob Katter did not mention any frustration with her government when they spoke a week ago at the Mt Isa Rodeo. The Mt Isa Rodeo is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Broadbeach bikie brawl sentence unacceptable: MPMichael Hart MP speaks during Question Time at Queensland Parliament. Photo: Ch
Broadbeach bikie brawl sentence unacceptable: MP
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
Michael Hart MP speaks during Question Time at Queensland Parliament. Photo: Chris Hyde A Gold Coast MP is urging an appeal of bikie brawl ringleader Jacques Teamo's suspended sentence, saying it doesn't meet community expectations. Burleigh MP... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Historian keeps alive tradition with public speechHISTORIAN Peter Cullen is keeping up the tradition of Toowoomba's great orators
Historian keeps alive tradition with public speech
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted a month ago
HISTORIAN Peter Cullen is keeping up the tradition of Toowoomba's great orators by delivering his own speech at Cobb and Co Museum's next Curator Conversation event. He will be speaking this Wednesday at 2pm. In Toowoomba's early history, going to... Read more
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Queensland Times
Historian keeps alive tradition with public speechHISTORIAN Peter Cullen is keeping up the tradition of Toowoomba's great orators
Historian keeps alive tradition with public speech
Queensland Times / Posted a month ago
HISTORIAN Peter Cullen is keeping up the tradition of Toowoomba's great orators by delivering his own speech at Cobb and Co Museum's next Curator Conversation event. He will be speaking this Wednesday at 2pm. In Toowoomba's early history, going to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Does Queensland need a larger parliament?Queensland needs more politicians to keep pace with population, Local Governmen
Does Queensland need a larger parliament?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted a month ago
Queensland needs more politicians to keep pace with population, Local Government Association says Should there be a sensible discussion about enlarging the Queensland parliament to keep up with population growth? The Local Government Association... Read more
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