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Goondiwindi Argus
Queenslanders left in the ‘lurch’licensing, departmental services and the sharing of information don’t stop simp
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 7 days ago
licensing, departmental services and the sharing of information don’t stop simply because there is a line on the map. A LNP Government will create the position of Commissioner to assist communities across Queensland in dealing with issues as... Read more
9d
The North West Star
CS Energy signs 10 year agreement with Kennedy Energy Parkhad kick started the renewable energy boom after not one large scale renewable
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
had kick started the renewable energy boom after not one large scale renewable energy project was built under the previous LNP government. “Tim Nicholls and the LNP are continuing to stick their head in the sand with their anti-renewables stance –... Read more
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The North West Star
State Minister for Agriculture Bill Byrne resignswe worked so hard together to demonstrate to Queenslanders there was a better w
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
we worked so hard together to demonstrate to Queenslanders there was a better way than the cut-sack-sell approach of the LNP Government. In Government, Bill has played a critical role delivering on what we promised – restoring frontline services... Read more
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11d
Geelong Advertiser
LNP blamed for Qld tree clearing increaseConservation Council, said the situation was "almost all the LNP's fault". "We
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
Conservation Council, said the situation was "almost all the LNP's fault". "We knew when the laws were weakened (by the LNP government) in 2013 that this would be the consequence," he said. "Our native wildlife is being smashed here, we're... Read more
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12d
Geelong Advertiser
We’ll sort farcical bar scan loopholemeaning some bars near each other are scanning and others are not. Member for
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
meaning some bars near each other are scanning and others are not. Member for Surfers Paradise John-Paul Langbroek said an LNP Government would push the start of scanning back to midnight. It would close a “dangerous” loophole allowing those... Read more
12d
Goondiwindi Argus
Queenslanders left in the ‘lurch’licensing, departmental services and the sharing of information don’t stop simp
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 days ago
licensing, departmental services and the sharing of information don’t stop simply because there is a line on the map. A LNP Government will create the position of Commissioner to assist communities across Queensland in dealing with issues as... Read more
12d
The Courier Mail
LNP pledges $30m for Metrohe fell short of agreeing to support the Cross River Rail project in its curren
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
he fell short of agreeing to support the Cross River Rail project in its current form. Mr Nicholls said an LNP government would transfer two parcels of crown land, worth $20 million in total, over to Brisbane City Council for its... Read more
13d
The North West Star
Not just Labor v LNP: Minor parties shoot for power in Queenslandand One Nation, we can take several seats and actually hold the government acco
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
and One Nation, we can take several seats and actually hold the government accountable," he said. "We're hoping it's an LNP government but we're hoping they'll also need the minor parties." And while they would have a focus on regional and... Read more
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13d
Sydney Morning Herald
Not just Labor v LNP: Minor parties shoot for power in Queenslandand One Nation, we can take several seats and actually hold the government acco
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
and One Nation, we can take several seats and actually hold the government accountable," he said. "We're hoping it's an LNP government but we're hoping they'll also need the minor parties." And while they would have a focus on regional and... Read more
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13d
The Age
Not just Labor v LNP: Minor parties shoot for power in Queenslandand One Nation, we can take several seats and actually hold the government acco
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
and One Nation, we can take several seats and actually hold the government accountable," he said. "We're hoping it's an LNP government but we're hoping they'll also need the minor parties." And while they would have a focus on regional and... Read more
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13d
Northern Daily Leader
How Essential Energy spent $1.7m to fight against lower electricity pricesAER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesse
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
AER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are facing record power bills because the LNP Government did everything it could to drive the price up ahead of privatisation. “The Liberal-National Government has... Read more
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13d
The Young Witness
How Essential Energy spent $1.7m to fight against lower electricity pricesAER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesse
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
AER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are facing record power bills because the LNP Government did everything it could to drive the price up ahead of privatisation. “The Liberal-National Government has... Read more
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13d
Western Advocate
How Essential Energy spent $1.7m to fight against lower electricity pricesAER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesse
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
AER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are facing record power bills because the LNP Government did everything it could to drive the price up ahead of privatisation. “The Liberal-National Government has... Read more
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13d
Daily Liberal
How Essential Energy spent $1.7m to fight against lower electricity pricesAER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesse
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
AER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are facing record power bills because the LNP Government did everything it could to drive the price up ahead of privatisation. “The Liberal-National Government has... Read more
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13d
Illawarra Mercury
How Essential Energy spent $1.7m to fight against lower electricity pricesAER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesse
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
AER’s price cuts. Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are facing record power bills because the LNP Government did everything it could to drive the price up ahead of privatisation. “The Liberal-National Government has... Read more
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14d
Daily Liberal
Essential’s spending spreenot easier.” Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 days ago
not easier.” Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are facing record power bills because the LNP Government did everything it could to drive the price up ahead of privatisation. “The Liberal-National Government has... Read more
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14d
The Young Witness
Power price warnot easier.” Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are
The Young Witness / Posted 14 days ago
not easier.” Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park said families and small businesses are facing record power bills because the LNP Government did everything it could to drive the price up ahead of privatisation. “The Liberal-National Government has... Read more
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19d
Goondiwindi Argus
Cross-Border Commissioner gets thumbs up from councillicensing, departmental services and the sharing of information don’t stop simp
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 19 days ago
licensing, departmental services and the sharing of information don’t stop simply because there is a line on the map. “A LNP Government I lead will create the position of Cross-Border Commissioner to assist communities across Queensland in... Read more
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20d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The timing is right to once again 'go for growth'system such as Australia's, and any more growth or 'booms' will be disastrous f
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
system such as Australia's, and any more growth or 'booms' will be disastrous for this country. 24 Feb 2016 7:30:17pm The LNP government is caught in a trap, of it's own making. It has rattled on since the Tony Abbott opposition years and before... Read more
21d
The North West Star
No PMAV? You’re a bloody idiotwork will come undone unless those with the most to lose take basic steps to he
The North West Star / Posted 21 days ago
work will come undone unless those with the most to lose take basic steps to help themselves”. Mr Marland said the former LNP government brought in amendments to the Vegetation Act in 2012 that introduced what was termed a “state-wide lock in... Read more
27d
The Courier Mail
One Nation donations 'sneaky', Qld premierPalaszczuk says she didn't think $1000 was too high, after bringing it down fro
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Palaszczuk says she didn't think $1000 was too high, after bringing it down from the $12,000 level set by the previous LNP government. "(A thousand dollars) was just determined as what was deemed reasonable and met community expectations," she... Read more
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News.com.au
One Nation donations ‘sneaky’, Qld premierPalaszczuk says she didn't think $1000 was too high, after bringing it down fro
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
Palaszczuk says she didn't think $1000 was too high, after bringing it down from the $12,000 level set by the previous LNP government. "(A thousand dollars) was just determined as what was deemed reasonable and met community expectations," she... Read more
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29d
Canberra Times
Canberra Times letters to the editor: Engagement ring a symbol of love and commitment, not slaverySeptember 11) criticised my comments (Letters, September 4) about the privatisa
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
September 11) criticised my comments (Letters, September 4) about the privatisation of utility assets by the current LNP government. Yes, J. Collet, I am aware that it was the Hawke/Keating government that privatised Qantas and the CBA as I... Read more
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29d
The Age
Canberra Times letters to the editor: Engagement ring a symbol of love and commitment, not slaverySeptember 11) criticised my comments (Letters, September 4) about the privatisa
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
September 11) criticised my comments (Letters, September 4) about the privatisation of utility assets by the current LNP government. Yes, J. Collet, I am aware that it was the Hawke/Keating government that privatised Qantas and the CBA as I... Read more
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29d
Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times letters to the editor: Engagement ring a symbol of love and commitment, not slaverySeptember 11) criticised my comments (Letters, September 4) about the privatisa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
September 11) criticised my comments (Letters, September 4) about the privatisation of utility assets by the current LNP government. Yes, J. Collet, I am aware that it was the Hawke/Keating government that privatised Qantas and the CBA as I... Read more
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The North West Star
Queensland Investment Corporation pays out $70 million in bonusesmillion paid in the 2014-15 financial year. In 2013-14, there was $56.5 millio
The North West Star / Posted 29 days ago
million paid in the 2014-15 financial year. In 2013-14, there was $56.5 million paid in bonuses under the former Newman LNP government. A corporation spokeswoman said QIC generated significant returns for its clients and a record normalised... Read more

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