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2014/09/30 02:27
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LEADERS from towns along the Mount Isa and Townsville rail line say they have little faith in the state government’s plan to upgrade the track within the next decade. Mount Isa to Townsville Economic...
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2014/09/29 22:23
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MOTORISTS can scrape those pesky rego labels from their car windows for the last time tomorrow, with the stickers set to become obsolete. When announcing the changes last year, Transport Minister...
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2014/09/29 21:05
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Queenslanders are facing a re-run of the 2012 election with the question of who will be premier on everyone's lips, an analyst says. Premier Campbell Newman had a bounce in support in Sunday's...
2014/09/28 23:27
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Queensland's Liberal National Party is set to raise half a million dollars at an upcoming dinner and they won't have to declare a cent. Queensland's Liberal National Party is set to raise half a...
2014/09/25 05:17
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COMMENT BY NATASHA CHRISTIAN: WOULD you use Uber? If you haven't heard of it you're about to. Uber is an international ride-sharing service which operates in major cities across Australia. It is...
2014/09/23 04:24
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The scene of a truck blast on the Mitchell Highway. Photo: QPS A dirt road has been opened to allow motorists to travel to and from Charleville without taking lengthy detours in the wake of a truck...
2014/09/22 22:23
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IN just over a week a temporary side track has opened allowing vehicles up to 22.5 tonne to cross the Angellala Creek following the truck explosion earlier this month. The road was opened at 7am this...
2014/09/22 08:23
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THE state government has hit back at union criticism and said its New Generation Rollingstock train program has not increased or decreased in value since it was originally proposed in...
2014/09/21 20:17
2014/09/21 20:17
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SUNSHINE Coast commuters are set to save about $300 a year after the State Government's slashing of public transport fares. Queenslanders had two weeks to decide how to spend $30 million of carbon...
2014/09/21 14:05
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QUEENSLAND motorists are being slugged with increases of up to 71 per cent for new smartcard driver's licences since their rollout less than three years ago. The cost of the new licences, which...
2014/09/21 01:24
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The state government will spend its $30 million in carbon tax savings cutting public transport fares across Queensland. From November 3, tickets for all trains, buses and ferries will drop five per...
2014/09/20 02:23
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IPSWICH MP Ian Berry says he has staved off the closure of the Herbert Street Bridge at Sadliers Crossing. Talk of the bridge being closed by QR angered the Ipswich City Council which said it would...
2014/09/19 13:23
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TWO vehicles have collided at the intersection of Drayton and Owen streets. The accident occurred at about 6pm on Friday. Earlier this week, Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott said transport minister...
2014/09/17 14:27
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Brisbane City Council and state government planning authorities will have blood on their hands if quick steps are not taken to remove heavy vehicles from Stanley Street near the Mater Hospital, a...
2014/09/17 01:23
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QUEENSLAND Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson is considering suggestions to address Warrego Hwy safety concerns, according to Federal Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott. "My fear is that a...
2014/09/14 23:11
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Bill Ludwig at the Community Cabinet held in Rockhampton on Sunday 14 Sept 14. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning BulletinChris Ison CONCERNS about Farnborough State School's growing population and lack...
2014/09/14 22:11
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REPRESENTATIVES of two of the Traveston Crossing district's pioneering families saw their ancestors officially acknowledged. Gympie MP David Gibson formally named two bridges on the Mary Valley Link...
2014/09/12 01:34
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BUOYED by recent poll results which showed the LNP government has not slipped further in popularity, Premier Campbell Newman has stepped up his re-branding strategy, moving from boring to...
2014/09/11 07:24
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The scene of a truck rollover on the Mitchell Highway. Photo: QFES Preparations for an investigation into what's been described as the most powerful explosion in Australian transport history are due...
2014/09/11 00:34
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UP IN ARMS: Taxi operator Clive ’Polly’ Lloyd and taxi driver Chris Owen, are among those expected to be very vocal at meetings between Whitsunday taxi operators and other stakeholders today. SPARKS...
2014/09/30 02:27
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