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The Age
Queensland school cuts boarders after abusethe news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education U
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
the news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education Union's Brad Hayes said. Education Minister Kate Jones has vowed to do "everything possible" to support displaced students and staff following the decision. "We believe... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queensland school cuts boarders after abusethe news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education U
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
the news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education Union's Brad Hayes said. Education Minister Kate Jones has vowed to do "everything possible" to support displaced students and staff following the decision. "We believe... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Qld school cuts boarders after abusethe news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education U
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
the news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education Union's Brad Hayes said. Education Minister Kate Jones has vowed to do "everything possible" to support displaced students and staff following the decision. "We believe... Read more
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Weekly Times
Qld school cuts boarders after abusethe news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education U
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
the news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education Union's Brad Hayes said. Education Minister Kate Jones has vowed to do "everything possible" to support displaced students and staff following the decision. "We believe... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Qld school cuts boarders after abusethe news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education U
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the news from a third party, is particularly shameful," Independent Education Union's Brad Hayes said. Education Minister Kate Jones has vowed to do "everything possible" to support displaced students and staff following the decision. "We believe... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Townsville Christian high school shuts after revealing safety concerns to sex abuse inquiryno system in place to ensure a coordinated approach to responding to sexual ass
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
no system in place to ensure a coordinated approach to responding to sexual assault cases. Queensland Education Minister Kate Jones said her department was working with the college to help students and staff affected by the decision. "We'll do... Read more
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The North West Star
Labor punches out election launch as campaign hits final stretchnext Parliament," Ms Scanlon said. Labor ministers sat in the front row, inclu
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
next Parliament," Ms Scanlon said. Labor ministers sat in the front row, including Jackie Trad, Mark Bailey, Curtis Pitt, Kate Jones and Cameron Dick, while Ms Palaszczuk's father and former minister Henry Palaszczuk attended. On Sunday, Labor... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Labor punches out election launch as campaign hits final stretchnext Parliament," Ms Scanlon said. Labor ministers sat in the front row, inclu
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
next Parliament," Ms Scanlon said. Labor ministers sat in the front row, including Jackie Trad, Mark Bailey, Curtis Pitt, Kate Jones and Cameron Dick, while Ms Palaszczuk's father and former minister Henry Palaszczuk attended. On Sunday, Labor... Read more
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The Age
Labor punches out election launch as campaign hits final stretchnext Parliament," Ms Scanlon said. Labor ministers sat in the front row, inclu
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
next Parliament," Ms Scanlon said. Labor ministers sat in the front row, including Jackie Trad, Mark Bailey, Curtis Pitt, Kate Jones and Cameron Dick, while Ms Palaszczuk's father and former minister Henry Palaszczuk attended. On Sunday, Labor... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Testing times: Exam plan for Queensland teacherson teaching Queensland children the foundation skills of language, literacy and
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
on teaching Queensland children the foundation skills of language, literacy and numeracy." Labor's Education Minister Kate Jones said the LNP's policy to test teachers was not necessary. "New national rules have already come into play which... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Child safety system left in limbocard, no start’ requirements.” The “no card, no start” policy, announced as an
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
card, no start’ requirements.” The “no card, no start” policy, announced as an election commitment by Education Minister Kate Jones to solve the Blue Card issue, would only be implemented by a re-elected Labor government. The LNP acknowledge... Read more
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The Courier Mail
You’re not daydreaming, it just got realIsland was one of (how many islands), evacuated and damaged by Category five cy
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Island was one of (how many islands), evacuated and damaged by Category five cyclone Debbie in March. Tourism Minister Kate Jones recently announced the $65 million refurbishment of Daydream Island would be deemed a prescribed project, allowing... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
You’re not daydreaming, it just got realIsland was one of (how many islands), evacuated and damaged by Category five cy
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 8 days ago
Island was one of (how many islands), evacuated and damaged by Category five cyclone Debbie in March. Tourism Minister Kate Jones recently announced the $65 million refurbishment of Daydream Island would be deemed a prescribed project, allowing... Read more
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News.com.au
You’re not daydreaming, it just got realIsland was one of (how many islands), evacuated and damaged by Category five cy
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
Island was one of (how many islands), evacuated and damaged by Category five cyclone Debbie in March. Tourism Minister Kate Jones recently announced the $65 million refurbishment of Daydream Island would be deemed a prescribed project, allowing... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Qld Labor pledge to make islands greenersaid. 'This is just nonsense, and these are the sort of policies that Tim Nich
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 days ago
said. 'This is just nonsense, and these are the sort of policies that Tim Nicholls needs to deal with.' Tourism minister Kate Jones said the reef is an essential part of the Cairns tourism industry. 'The reef is the lifeblood of the Cairns... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Blue Card loophole to be closedwho was employed despite not holding a Blue Card, showed a naked image of himse
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
who was employed despite not holding a Blue Card, showed a naked image of himself to three Year 4 boys. Education Minister Kate Jones has announced Labor would adopt a “No Card, No Start” policy. This would close a loophole which allows full-time... Read more
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News.com.au
Volunteers to ‘stand out’ in Games gearresident Donelle Coulter, admitted the outfits were ‘lairy’ but said that was f
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
resident Donelle Coulter, admitted the outfits were ‘lairy’ but said that was for good reason. Queensland Sports Minister Kate Jones with Rogers and Coulter.Source:News Corp Australia “We want our volunteers to stand out and be identifiable to... Read more
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The North West Star
Mount Isa Rodeo wins at Queensland Tourism Awards againdiverse and dynamic range of tourism operators helping Queensland’s tourism ind
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
diverse and dynamic range of tourism operators helping Queensland’s tourism industry flourish,” he said. Tourism Minister Kate Jones said the Queensland Tourism Awards recognised excellence in the tourism industry. “The Queensland tourism industry... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Whitsundays take awards by stormbattered and so bruised, to rebuild in the way they have is really a great test
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
battered and so bruised, to rebuild in the way they have is really a great testament to them.” Queensland Tourism Minister Kate Jones said a joint state and federal recovery package worth $10 million had helped give the region a tourism boost. “To... Read more
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News.com.au
Whitsundays take awards by stormbattered and so bruised, to rebuild in the way they have is really a great test
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
battered and so bruised, to rebuild in the way they have is really a great testament to them.” Queensland Tourism Minister Kate Jones said a joint state and federal recovery package worth $10 million had helped give the region a tourism boost. “To... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Whitsundays take awards by stormbattered and so bruised, to rebuild in the way they have is really a great test
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
battered and so bruised, to rebuild in the way they have is really a great testament to them.” Queensland Tourism Minister Kate Jones said a joint state and federal recovery package worth $10 million had helped give the region a tourism boost. “To... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
The Star nabs another awards galawon two silver (Luxury Accommodation and Business Event Venues) awards at the Q
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
won two silver (Luxury Accommodation and Business Event Venues) awards at the Queensland Tourism Awards. Tourism Minister Kate Jones said the industry was growing from strength to strength “thanks to the hard work of our tourism operators who... Read more
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The Courier Mail
New schools and upgrades under Qld Laborthe Highfields State High School that (Health Minister) Cameron Dick didn't wan
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
the Highfields State High School that (Health Minister) Cameron Dick didn't want to deliver," he said. Education Minster Kate Jones said an additional four new schools were due to open next year, while negotiations to secure sites for the other... Read more
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Perth Now
‘I’ll build trains in Maryborough’would prioritise attracting more foreign visitors and major events over a 2032
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
would prioritise attracting more foreign visitors and major events over a 2032 Olympic bid, according to Tourism Minister Kate Jones. Speaking at the state’s major tourism industry forum in Brisbane, Ms Jones said there was no appetite for... Read more
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Perth Now
Holy hustings, it’s Bill Shortenfinancial backer of One Nation. ‘AWKWARD’ VIDEO PLAYED DURING BUSINESS BREAKFA
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
financial backer of One Nation. ‘AWKWARD’ VIDEO PLAYED DURING BUSINESS BREAKFAST TOURISM and Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones has been forced to apologise to hundreds of guests after her election campaign ad was mistakenly played at a... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Palaszczuk promises $308 million for schoolsthe Highfields State High School that (Health Minister) Cameron Dick didn't wan
Sky News Australia / Posted 12 days ago
the Highfields State High School that (Health Minister) Cameron Dick didn't want to deliver,' he said. Education Minster Kate Jones said an additional four new schools were due to open next year, while negotiations to secure sites for the other... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor gives history lesson as it pledges six new schoolsGovernment to spend $500 million to build two new inner-city schools to keep up
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Government to spend $500 million to build two new inner-city schools to keep up with population growth. Education Minister Kate Jones said Labor would close regional schools where there were no students for more than 18 months. "We certainly,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Premier promises 10 new schools, doubles schools spend to $1 billionthey wanted to close,” she said. Since Labor was elected in 2015, four Queensl
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
they wanted to close,” she said. Since Labor was elected in 2015, four Queensland schools closed. Education Minister Kate Jones said Labor's policy around closing schools outlined that they had to have had no students enrolled for 12 months,... Read more
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The Age
Premier promises 10 new schools, doubles schools spend to $1 billionthey wanted to close,” she said. Since Labor was elected in 2015, four Queensl
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
they wanted to close,” she said. Since Labor was elected in 2015, four Queensland schools closed. Education Minister Kate Jones said Labor's policy around closing schools outlined that they had to have had no students enrolled for 12 months,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
New schools and upgrades under Qld Laborthe Highfields State High School that (Health Minister) Cameron Dick didn't wan
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
the Highfields State High School that (Health Minister) Cameron Dick didn't want to deliver," he said. Education Minster Kate Jones said an additional four new schools were due to open next year, while negotiations to secure sites for the other... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor gives history lesson as it pledges six new schoolsGovernment to spend $500 million to build two new inner-city schools to keep up
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Government to spend $500 million to build two new inner-city schools to keep up with population growth. Education Minister Kate Jones said Labor would close regional schools where there were no students for more than 18 months. "We certainly,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Get to know your premiercounting their high-profile casualties (including Anna Bligh, who resigned afte
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
counting their high-profile casualties (including Anna Bligh, who resigned after winning her seat, Andrew Fraser, Kate Jones and Cameron Dick) and wondering what the hell had hit them. The annihilation of Queensland Labor by the Campbell... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Marking blunder at Queensland school could cost students' futureachieve their best mark and enter the course they want to enter." Mr Yohan sai
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
achieve their best mark and enter the course they want to enter." Mr Yohan said he has also approached Education Minister Kate Jones for help several times, with little response. But Ms Jones's office said the Minister and department offered up... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Tell the Premier where daddy wants a job’financial backer of One Nation. ‘AWKWARD’ VIDEO PLAYED DURING BUSINESS BREAKFA
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 14 days ago
financial backer of One Nation. ‘AWKWARD’ VIDEO PLAYED DURING BUSINESS BREAKFAST TOURISM and Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones has been forced to apologise to hundreds of guests after her election campaign ad was mistakenly played at a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Casino would employ 1500, says HansonTODAY’S POLL QUESTION ‘AWKWARD’ VIDEO PLAYED DURING BUSINESS BREAKFAST TOURIS
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
TODAY’S POLL QUESTION ‘AWKWARD’ VIDEO PLAYED DURING BUSINESS BREAKFAST TOURISM and Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones has been forced to apologise to hundreds of guests after her election campaign ad was mistakenly played at a... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Cowboys stars enjoy punt on Coastguy they see on TV standing on a beach wearing a lot less.media_cameraTourism,
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
guy they see on TV standing on a beach wearing a lot less.media_cameraTourism, Major Events and Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones and Deputy Mayor Donna Gates. Picture Mike Batterham Former councillor Eddy Sarroff and his daughter Emily Jane,... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Mammals changed from night to day creatures after dinosaurs died off, study suggestsbut cannot say whether the dinosaurs dying off was the reason why the behaviour
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
but cannot say whether the dinosaurs dying off was the reason why the behaviour of the mammals changed. Study author Kate Jones, a professor at UCL’s genetics, evolution and environment department, said: “It’s very difficult to relate... Read more
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Daily Mail
How the dinosaur-killing asteroid affected MAMMALSacuity and colour perception as diurnal reptiles and birds – groups that have a
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
acuity and colour perception as diurnal reptiles and birds – groups that have always lived in the daytime. Professor Kate Jones, co-author of the study, said: 'It's very difficult to relate behaviour changes in mammals that lived so long ago... Read more
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The North West Star
Outback tourism gets a leg up with Best of Queensland programarrived later on Friday afternoon. Best of Queensland was announced in Septemb
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
arrived later on Friday afternoon. Best of Queensland was announced in September by Tourism and Major Events Minister, Kate Jones. “When we play to our strengths, everyone wins,” Ms Jones said. Ms Jones said the program would help boost... Read more
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Western Advocate
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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Manning River Times
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
Manning River Times / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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The North West Star
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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Daily Liberal
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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The Border Mail
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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The Courier
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. "The... Read more
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The Age
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. Get... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
12,000 students told to 'disregard' preliminary QCS grades after results accidentally publishedeach other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their child
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
each other off and proud parents celebrating what they thought were their children's final results. Education Minister Kate Jones said Mr Rider and the QCAA were taking all measures to ensure the right data was published on the due date. Get... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Celebs arrive on Comm Games red carpetShelley, sisters Bronte and Cate Campbell, Channel 7 presenter Amanda Abate, Pr
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 18 days ago
Shelley, sisters Bronte and Cate Campbell, Channel 7 presenter Amanda Abate, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Minister Kate Jones and Rebecca Frizelle. The GC2018 Charity Gala, which will raise funds for the Gold Coast Community Fund, promises... Read more
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