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Deal-breakers: The policies Qld's minor parties will demandfrom land rezoning. Raise mining royalties Childcare: Three days free childcar
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 hours ago
from land rezoning. Raise mining royalties Childcare: Three days free childcare a week for three and four-year-olds Transport: $1 public transport fares for all Queenslanders and more bus services Contact Allyson Horn More stories from Queensl... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Antony Green answers the big questions on election evefor somebody else." Photo: Pauline Hanson gets a selfie with voter Jason Heppl
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
for somebody else." Photo: Pauline Hanson gets a selfie with voter Jason Hepplewhite during the campaign trail. (ABC News: Allyson Horn)Do think Annastacia Palaszczuk's done enough, or may she just scrape through? There's the impact of federal... Read more
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'Bloody rude' anti-Adani protesters ambush LNP leader Tim NichollsBundaberg, Ms Palaszczuk set off by bus for Maryborough. She also promised $14
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Bundaberg, Ms Palaszczuk set off by bus for Maryborough. She also promised $14 million over four years to help build walking, cycling and horse-riding trails on disused rail corridors. Contact Allyson Horn More stories... Read more
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John Howard joins LNP campaign, but not with Tim Nicholls$3 million spend would occur for planning and design to start next year. Ms Pa
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
$3 million spend would occur for planning and design to start next year. Ms Palaszczuk and Transport Minister Jackie Trad have again called on the LNP to say if it would scrap Cross River Rail. Contact Allyson Horn More stories from Que... Read more
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'They think we're idiots' Why voters are switching to One Nationwho will speak the truth — the major parties aren't allowed to. "I would never
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
who will speak the truth — the major parties aren't allowed to. "I would never know who my local candidate is, I don't look twice. But I will still vote One Nation. Most of my mates are too." Contact Allyson Horn More stories from Q... Read more
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Pauline Hanson shuts downs questions over candidate's sex shopme now, I will have a look at this, I'm not going to make any rash decisions no
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
me now, I will have a look at this, I'm not going to make any rash decisions now," she said. "You are not going to pressure me to make a decision about the candidate, it's not going to happen." Contact Allyson Horn More stories from Que... Read more
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One Nation demands new casino in exchange for balance of power supportgot to spread it across the state. And this is where it needs to be. "If we en
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
got to spread it across the state. And this is where it needs to be. "If we end up with balance of power in the Parliament, this development has to go ahead. It is one of the deal breakers." Contact Allyson Horn More stories from... Read more
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The minor parties that could end up deciding who runs Queenslandwhose former regional western seat now takes in a significant portion of the Fa
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
whose former regional western seat now takes in a significant portion of the Far North. But there is one advantage for the outback MPS — One Nation has ruled out running candidates against them. Contact Allyson Horn More stories from Quee... Read more
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Families of missing Queensland trawler fishermen told survival now unlikelymaterial, capture GPS coordinates with their smart phone and, if possible, take
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
material, capture GPS coordinates with their smart phone and, if possible, take the item home and secure it. Survivor Mr McDornan has been helping police find the missing trawler and his crewmates. Contact Allyson Horn More stories from Queensl... Read more
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