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News.com.au
Massive python stops cops on night patrolSnake Catcher via Storyful Snake catchers found a heavily pregnant python with
News.com.au / Posted 12 minutes ago
Snake Catcher via Storyful Snake catchers found a heavily pregnant python with a painful injury to her tail in Helensvale, Queensland, on Sunday, December 10. This footage shared on Facebook live shows the Gold Coast and Brisbane Snake Catcher team... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Market sours for food franchiserwhere broke franchisees have walked away but RFG is still locked into paying re
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 minutes ago
where broke franchisees have walked away but RFG is still locked into paying rent. He said he knew one store in Warwick, Queensland, has been vacant for the past two years, but RFG is still paying the rent. RFG has denied all accusations. “We... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Woman’s unwanted, deadly house guestspiders are extremely common around households on Australia’s east coast but ar
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 38 minutes ago
spiders are extremely common around households on Australia’s east coast but are rarely seen. They can be found from Queensland to New South Wales, but earlier this year a new species was discovered as far south as northern Tasmania. There... Read more
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The Age
Clive Palmer denies Queensland Nickel was a 'cash cow'Clive Palmer has denied in federal court that the now-collapsed Queensland Nick
The Age / Posted 39 minutes ago
Clive Palmer has denied in federal court that the now-collapsed Queensland Nickel was a "cash cow" for his flagship company Mineralogy. Taking the stand in Brisbane on Monday, Mr Palmer was again grilled by liquidators over QN's demise in early 2016... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Clive Palmer denies Queensland Nickel was a 'cash cow'Clive Palmer has denied in federal court that the now-collapsed Queensland Nick
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 41 minutes ago
Clive Palmer has denied in federal court that the now-collapsed Queensland Nickel was a "cash cow" for his flagship company Mineralogy. Taking the stand in Brisbane on Monday, Mr Palmer was again grilled by liquidators over QN's demise in early 2016... Read more
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News.com.au
Woman’s unwanted, deadly house guestspiders are extremely common around households on Australia’s east coast but ar
News.com.au / Posted 42 minutes ago
spiders are extremely common around households on Australia’s east coast but are rarely seen. They can be found from Queensland to New South Wales, but earlier this year a new species was discovered as far south as northern Tasmania. There... Read more
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WA Today
Tide turns for endometriosis sufferers as federal government announces National Action PlanFund. They also announced $160,000 will go towards supporting the work of Prof
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
Fund. They also announced $160,000 will go towards supporting the work of Professor Grant Montgomery, at the University of Queensland, who is using genomics to figure out better treatments. Donna Ciccia, head of Endometriosis Australia, who wasn't... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Malcolm Turnbull To Take Credit For Winner Of Hottest 100 Voteain’t spending any time on it unless Amy Shark wins, because the last thing we
The Betoota Advocate / Posted an hour ago
ain’t spending any time on it unless Amy Shark wins, because the last thing we need is a different apex predator taking attention away from the fact that every three months, a person is torn to piece by a crocodile in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why it's time to give Todd Carney another chancegame back in the NRL after being sacked by Canberra and then spending a year pl
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
game back in the NRL after being sacked by Canberra and then spending a year playing bush footy with Atherton in Far North Queensland, Carney played the house down for the Roosters. We often forget that, in his prime, was a gun. In the... Read more
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The Age
Why it's time to give Todd Carney another chancegame back in the NRL after being sacked by Canberra and then spending a year pl
The Age / Posted an hour ago
game back in the NRL after being sacked by Canberra and then spending a year playing bush footy with Atherton in Far North Queensland, Carney played the house down for the Roosters. We often forget that, in his prime, was a gun. In the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Nine pulls the pin on Love ChildOffspring on hold.media_cameraDeborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nin
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Offspring on hold.media_cameraDeborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nina in Offspring. Picture: Channel Ten Queensland actor Deborah Mailman told Confidential the show had “come to its natural end” as she swapped to film Nine’s new... Read more
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chroniclelive
Where is I'm A Celebrity filmed and how can you visit?stunning real-life jungle is part of Australia’s Springbrook National Park, in
chroniclelive / Posted 2 hours ago
stunning real-life jungle is part of Australia’s Springbrook National Park, in the Gold Coast region of Queensland. The park is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia. The I’m A Celebrity... Read more
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News.com.au
The new Queensland cabinetTHE LINE-UP OF THE NEW QUEENSLAND CABINET * Annastacia Palaszczuk - Premier, M
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
THE LINE-UP OF THE NEW QUEENSLAND CABINET * Annastacia Palaszczuk - Premier, Minister for Trade * Jackie Trad - Deputy Premier, Treasurer, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships * Cameron Dick - Minister for State... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Police release CCTV vision of car ploughing into South Bank pedestrianson Little Stanley Street. The moment a car mounts the footpath and heads towar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
on Little Stanley Street. The moment a car mounts the footpath and heads towards four pedestrians in South Bank. Photo: Queensland Police Service The alleged incident happened about 6.20pm and left one man with minor injuries. The Coomera... Read more
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The Age
Police release CCTV vision of car ploughing into South Bank pedestrianson Little Stanley Street. The moment a car mounts the footpath and heads towar
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
on Little Stanley Street. The moment a car mounts the footpath and heads towards four pedestrians in South Bank. Photo: Queensland Police Service The alleged incident happened about 6.20pm and left one man with minor injuries. The Coomera... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Nine pulls the pin on Love ChildOffspring on hold.media_cameraDeborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 hours ago
Offspring on hold.media_cameraDeborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nina in Offspring. Picture: Channel Ten Queensland actor Deborah Mailman told Confidential the show had “come to its natural end” as she swapped to film Nine’s new... Read more
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The Age
Canberra hurdler Lauren Wells heads to Brisbane as part of long-jump questare in peak condition for the Games trials. "I'll start ramping up the hurdles
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
are in peak condition for the Games trials. "I'll start ramping up the hurdles in the new year. I'll be competing in a Queensland local meet this weekend," Wells said. "I'll make the most of it and see what I can do up there. We get Christmas... Read more
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Herald Sun
Nine pulls the pin on Love ChildOffspring on hold.media_cameraDeborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nin
Herald Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
Offspring on hold.media_cameraDeborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nina in Offspring. Picture: Channel Ten Queensland actor Deborah Mailman told Confidential the show had “come to its natural end” as she swapped to film Nine’s new... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra hurdler Lauren Wells heads to Brisbane as part of long-jump questare in peak condition for the Games trials. "I'll start ramping up the hurdles
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
are in peak condition for the Games trials. "I'll start ramping up the hurdles in the new year. I'll be competing in a Queensland local meet this weekend," Wells said. "I'll make the most of it and see what I can do up there. We get Christmas... Read more
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The North West Star
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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The Courier
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
The Courier / Posted 3 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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Mashable
Police wait for snake to cross the road, and nopein Australia have come across probably the longest snake you'll see in a while,
Mashable / Posted 3 hours ago
in Australia have come across probably the longest snake you'll see in a while, during a night patrol north of Cairns in Queensland. Found in an area called Wujul Wujul, the scrub python was estimated to be 5 metres (5.47 yards) long, according... Read more
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News.com.au
Nine pulls the pin on Love ChildOffspring on hold. Deborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nina in Offsp
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
Offspring on hold. Deborah Mailman as Cherie and Asher Keddie as Nina in Offspring. Picture: Channel TenSource:Supplied Queensland actor Deborah Mailman told Confidential the show had “come to its natural end” as she swapped to film Nine’s new... Read more
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WA Today
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Businessman, 73, deserves 'significant custodial sentence' for tax evasion schemewas entitled to a lesser sentence, he added. When Issakidis is sentenced it's
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
was entitled to a lesser sentence, he added. When Issakidis is sentenced it's expected he'll apply to be transferred to a Queensland prison on welfare grounds. He is scheduled to be sentenced on February 16. Readers seeking support and... Read more
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The Age
Businessman, 73, deserves 'significant custodial sentence' for tax evasion schemewas entitled to a lesser sentence, he added. When Issakidis is sentenced it's
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
was entitled to a lesser sentence, he added. When Issakidis is sentenced it's expected he'll apply to be transferred to a Queensland prison on welfare grounds. He is scheduled to be sentenced on February 16. Readers seeking support and... Read more
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News.com.au
Maths whiz hunts for medal formulahas perfected a winning formula for success at this week’s Commonwealth Games g
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
has perfected a winning formula for success at this week’s Commonwealth Games gymnastics trials. The maths whiz spearheads Queensland’s six-strong team at the two-day trial, starting in Canberra on Thursday. Mercieca, who has almost finished a... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Indigenous body to help develop north AustShire Council Colin Saltmere, Associate Professor at the Aboriginal Environmen
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
Shire Council Colin Saltmere, Associate Professor at the Aboriginal Environments Research Centre at the University of Queensland Fiona Jose, Executive General Manager, Cape York Partnership Nigel Brown, CEO, Larrakia Development Corporation... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Fire hazard to motorists in Townsvilleto be a problem. Police are currently on scene getting motorists to slow down
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
to be a problem. Police are currently on scene getting motorists to slow down but people are advised to avoid the area. A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said firefighters were back burning to control and contain th... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Job reinstated after groping claimA QUEENSLAND mine worker who was sacked after a 19-year-old colleague accused h
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
A QUEENSLAND mine worker who was sacked after a 19-year-old colleague accused him of touching her backside and making sexual comments has won his job back after the Fair Work Commission ruled there was insufficient evidence to back up the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fire hazard to motorists in Townsvilleto be a problem. Police are currently on scene getting motorists to slow down
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
to be a problem. Police are currently on scene getting motorists to slow down but people are advised to avoid the area. A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said firefighters were back burning to control and contain th... Read more
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The North West Star
New places to stay in Birdsvilleand 10 new powered sites. The $2.1m cost was co-funded by the federal Dept. of
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
and 10 new powered sites. The $2.1m cost was co-funded by the federal Dept. of infrastructure and Regional Services and Queensland state development who both provided $500,000 with Diamantina Shire Council stumping up the rest. The $2.9m Short... Read more
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The North West Star
First sod is turned at Kennedy Energy Parkexpected to generate around 210,000 megawatt hours of electricity a year – enou
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
expected to generate around 210,000 megawatt hours of electricity a year – enough power to supply more than 35,000 homes. Queensland wind farms will produce most of their electricity late afternoon and evening which coincide swith high network... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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The Border Mail
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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The Age
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Bastard child': Review of controversial emissions fund finds 'significant risk'fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Co
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
fire," it said. Of the vegetation projects, 75 per cent were located in the Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands of south-west Queensland and western NSW. The current buffer of 5 per cent "may need to be reviewed to take into account increasing risk... Read more
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News.com.au
Indigenous body to help develop north AustShire Council Colin Saltmere, Associate Professor at the Aboriginal Environmen
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
Shire Council Colin Saltmere, Associate Professor at the Aboriginal Environments Research Centre at the University of Queensland Fiona Jose, Executive General Manager, Cape York Partnership Nigel Brown, CEO, Larrakia Development Corporation... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Townsville politician loses portfoliothat affects Townsville. Mundingburra MP Coralee O’Rourke has lost her positio
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
that affects Townsville. Mundingburra MP Coralee O’Rourke has lost her position as Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland. However Ms O’Rourke will continue her role as Minister for Disability Services and Minister for Seniors while... Read more
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NZCity
Shares rise, led by Metro Glass, Heartlandall enjoying.'' Vital Healthcare Property Trust was flat at $2.19. It has boug
NZCity / Posted 4 hours ago
all enjoying.'' Vital Healthcare Property Trust was flat at $2.19. It has bought Eden Rehabilitation Hospital in Cooroy in Queensland for A$23.8m. New Zealand Refining dipped 0.7 per cent to 70.5 cents. It says Sunday's outage on the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Clive Palmer testifying in court while Twitter account sends out bizarre postClive Palmer: Mining magnate denies Queensland Nickel was 'cash cow' for other
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
Clive Palmer: Mining magnate denies Queensland Nickel was 'cash cow' for other companies Clive Palmer has faced another federal court grilling from liquidators of his failed Queensland Nickel, who say he failed to meet a judge's order to produce key... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Clive Palmer testifies in court while Twitter account sends out bizarre postClive Palmer: Mining magnate denies Queensland Nickel was 'cash cow' for other
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
Clive Palmer: Mining magnate denies Queensland Nickel was 'cash cow' for other companies Clive Palmer has faced another federal court grilling from liquidators of his failed company Queensland Nickel, who say he failed to meet a judge's order to... Read more
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The North West Star
Letters to the editorwhy, oh why did Bob have to make his 15 minutes in the public glare so embarras
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
why, oh why did Bob have to make his 15 minutes in the public glare so embarrassing and hurtful to so many. Even fellow Queensland MP, the LNP's Warren Entsch said. “His pathetic attempts at humour, insensitivity and grossly misleading comments... Read more
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The North West Star
Warmer conditions continue across North West in coming monthsto surface,” Mr Bufalino said. “This predicts temperatures between 40 to 44 fo
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
to surface,” Mr Bufalino said. “This predicts temperatures between 40 to 44 for the next seven day forecast. “This hot mass will blanket north west Queensland with minimal chance of the odd shower in the next two days (Tuesday and Wed... Read more
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The Age
More charges under Queensland harness racing probeman accused of winning bets from a harness race he knew was fixed has been char
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
man accused of winning bets from a harness race he knew was fixed has been charged under an investigation that has lead to Queensland's top three drivers facing serious offences. The 65-year-old allegedly knew of a match-fixing arrangement when he... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
More charges under Queensland harness racing probeman accused of winning bets from a harness race he knew was fixed has been char
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
man accused of winning bets from a harness race he knew was fixed has been charged under an investigation that has lead to Queensland's top three drivers facing serious offences. The 65-year-old allegedly knew of a match-fixing arrangement when he... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
World champ Jeff Horn is a dirty fighter, claims Gary Corcoran's managerup against a cyborg here and you'll find that out Wednesday night." Five hundr
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
up against a cyborg here and you'll find that out Wednesday night." Five hundred tickets were still on sale for the "Battle Of Brisbane 2" at the Brisbane Convention and Entertainment Centre in Southbank on December 13. More stories from Queensl... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Who is your 2017 Illawarra Mercury sportsperson of the year?the ligaments in her knee. She recovered in time to play a key role in NSW’s s
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
the ligaments in her knee. She recovered in time to play a key role in NSW’s second ever interstate challenge victory over Queensland at WIN Stadium in July. Apps then went on be part of the Jillaroos World Cup success, alongside fellow talented... Read more
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TheBull
RFG shares slump on franchisee allegationswhere broke franchisees have walked away but RFG is still locked into paying re
TheBull / Posted 5 hours ago
where broke franchisees have walked away but RFG is still locked into paying rent. He said he knew one store in Warwick, Queensland, has been vacant in the past two years, but RFG is still paying the rent. RFG has denied all accusations. "We... Read more
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