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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Inside the gas fields of the NT's largest on-shore gas producersoftware and tightening intellectual property restrictions. Founded on land be
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 minutes ago
software and tightening intellectual property restrictions. Founded on land belonging to the Kalkadoon people, one of Queensland's longest-running mining towns today turns 95. In a rare moment, Australian farmers see their produce being... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern endured an awkward interview on 60 Minutes last nightwas that, “I’ve met a lot of prime ministers in my time, none so young, not man
Business Insider Australia / Posted 16 minutes ago
was that, “I’ve met a lot of prime ministers in my time, none so young, not many so smart and never one so attractive”. Queensland-based Australian radio host Reg Roberts was one of many across the Tasman who expressed their outrage at the... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Interstate raider handicapping under spotlightthe gulf in performance across interstate borders, as local trainers lobby to h
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 45 minutes ago
the gulf in performance across interstate borders, as local trainers lobby to have visitors handicapped more vigorously in Queensland. The Queensland branch of the Australian Trainers Association has been in discussion with Racing Queensland in... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Golden Oldies set to take senior cricket world by stormhis fourth attendance to the iconic international event.He says his team have a
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 53 minutes ago
his fourth attendance to the iconic international event.He says his team have a secret weapon up their sleeve with former Queensland First Class Cricketer Brett Henschell whose distinguished career includes playing for the Prime Minister’s XI... Read more
54m
News.com.au
Interstate raider handicapping under spotlighttelevision screens in one of the more bizarre events witnessed on a racecourse.
News.com.au / Posted 54 minutes ago
television screens in one of the more bizarre events witnessed on a racecourse. Kerrin McEvoy and Chris Waller won the Queensland Oaks last year with Egg Tart.Source:AAP FIGURES from respected international agency Timeform have revealed the... Read more
54m
The North West Star
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
The North West Star / Posted 54 minutes ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
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The North West Star
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
The North West Star / Posted 54 minutes ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
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The North West Star
Editorial: Michael McCormack has difficult task of defining the Natscoalitions with the Liberals and if so for what end other to than to get Nation
The North West Star / Posted 54 minutes ago
coalitions with the Liberals and if so for what end other to than to get Nationals bums on ministerial leather? And what of Queensland with its unique arrangement of a combined party, the Liberal National Party? The LNP addressed the unique... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
Daily Liberal / Posted 59 minutes ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
61 related articles
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Daily Liberal
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Daily Liberal / Posted 59 minutes ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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The Border Mail
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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The Border Mail
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
61 related articles
1h
Illawarra Mercury
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
1h
Illawarra Mercury
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
61 related articles
1h
The Courier
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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The Courier
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
61 related articles
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Business Insider Australia
Australia's new Deputy Prime Minister is a former small business minister who became a newspaper editor aged 27leader this morning. McCormack, 53, from Wagga Wagga in the NSW Riverina irrig
Business Insider Australia / Posted an hour ago
leader this morning. McCormack, 53, from Wagga Wagga in the NSW Riverina irrigation region, was elected over maverick Queensland MP George Christensen, who broke with Nationals convention in leadership contests for the new leader to be elected... Read more
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1h
Business Insider Australia
10 things you need to know this morning in Australiaparty room meeting in Canberra. The Wagga Wagga-based MP and Veterans Affairs M
Business Insider Australia / Posted an hour ago
party room meeting in Canberra. The Wagga Wagga-based MP and Veterans Affairs Minister was the favourite but controversial Queensland MP George Christensen broke with party convention to also throw his Akubra in the ring at the last minute. Joyce’s... Read more
1h
Northern Daily Leader
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
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The Age
Michael McCormack new Deputy Prime Minister, Nationals leaderto replace Barnaby Joyce who resigned amid scandal last week. In the ballot, M
The Age / Posted an hour ago
to replace Barnaby Joyce who resigned amid scandal last week. In the ballot, Mr McCormack defeated the outspoken renegade Queensland MP, George Christensen, who was a surprise last-minute nomination for the coveted post after the position was... Read more
2 related articles
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Northern Daily Leader
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
61 related articles
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Northern Daily Leader
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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Northern Daily Leader
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leader | Nationals voterather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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Northern Daily Leader
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
8 related articles
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Sydney Morning Herald
Michael McCormack new Deputy Prime Minister, Nationals leaderto replace Barnaby Joyce who resigned amid scandal last week. In the ballot, M
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
to replace Barnaby Joyce who resigned amid scandal last week. In the ballot, Mr McCormack defeated the outspoken renegade Queensland MP, George Christensen, who was a surprise last-minute nomination for the coveted post after the position was... Read more
2 related articles
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Western Advocate
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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Western Advocate
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
61 related articles
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Manning River Times
Meet Michael McCormack, Australia’s new deputy prime ministerNationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce stan
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
Nationals MPs. Buit it was allegations of misconduct that led to My Joyce standing down on Friday. Since then, maverick Queensland MP George Christensen has called for the Nationals to break the coalition, characterising the Turnbull government... Read more
61 related articles
1h
Manning River Times
McCormack named as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
2h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Courageous' police officers had no choice but to shoot man, union saysof two officers who shot and killed a man armed with a knife have been describe
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
of two officers who shot and killed a man armed with a knife have been described as courageous and professional by the Queensland Police Union. Liam Scorsese, 31, died after being shot by the officers who were attending a disturbance at a... Read more
2h
The Age
Probe launched into fatal police shooting in Brisbane's baysidefamily and the police involved and the officers were receiving counselling. It
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
family and the police involved and the officers were receiving counselling. It is the second shooting incident involving Queensland police in less than two weeks, after a 16-year-old boy was shot after allegedly lunging at officers with a knife... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Probe launched into fatal police shooting in Brisbane's baysidefamily and the police involved and the officers were receiving counselling. It
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
family and the police involved and the officers were receiving counselling. It is the second shooting incident involving Queensland police in less than two weeks, after a 16-year-old boy was shot after allegedly lunging at officers with a knife... Read more
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The Courier
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
The Courier / Posted 3 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'I might be quadriplegic, but I'm your doctor'Palipana suffered a severe spinal injury in a car crash, he was told his dream
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
Palipana suffered a severe spinal injury in a car crash, he was told his dream of becoming a doctor was over. Now he's Queensland's first quadriplegic doctor, working at one of the state's busiest hospitals. Dr Palipana tells his story in his... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hinds: Aussies may rue Renshaw's omission in South Africa— about 11,000 kilometres back from the Australian team hotel in Port Elizabeth
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
— about 11,000 kilometres back from the Australian team hotel in Port Elizabeth where some keen observers believe the Queenslander should be. Particularly after Renshaw scored 170 and 112 in consecutive Sheffield Shield matches for Queensland... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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Western Advocate
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
3h
Manning River Times
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
3h
Geelong Advertiser
The man set to replace Barnaby Joyceand unique,” he said in a statement in August. Mr McCormack’s only potential o
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
and unique,” he said in a statement in August. Mr McCormack’s only potential opponent for the Nationals leadership, Queensland MP David Littleproud who voted against the gay marriage legislation, withdrew from the race saying “it is time for... Read more
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The North West Star
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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Daily Liberal
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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The Border Mail
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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News.com.au
The man set to replace Barnaby Joyceand unique,” he said in a statement in August. Mr McCormack’s only potential o
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
and unique,” he said in a statement in August. Mr McCormack’s only potential opponent for the Nationals leadership, Queensland MP David Littleproud who voted against the gay marriage legislation, withdrew from the race saying “it is time for... Read more
8 related articles
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Illawarra Mercury
McCormack tipped as Nats’ leaderrather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
rather than the Senate. Professor O’Sullivan said this was the reason Mr Joyce had given up his spot as a senator for Queensland and contested the seat of New England. Former Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer made... Read more
61 related articles
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The Courier Mail
Shorten with GG's daughterfriends said. They had dinner together at Government House in Brisbane on Sept
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
friends said. They had dinner together at Government House in Brisbane on September 5, 2007, when Ms Bryce was Governor of Queensland, according to a vice-regal notice in The Courier Mail. "In the evening, the Governor received the call of Ms... Read more
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The Courier Mail
State focus on keeping families intactTorres Strait Islander Child Protection Service Reform Project. With more than
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Service Reform Project. With more than 8000 children now in state care - more than Queensland's adult prison population - the Government has also accepted the need for a return to the lock-and-key-approach... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Kids at risk in state adoption policyQUEENSLAND’S most vulnerable children are being harmed by the state’s stance on
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
QUEENSLAND’S most vulnerable children are being harmed by the state’s stance on adoption. That’s according to a new report which says record numbers of at-risk kids are bouncing in and out of care as authorities persist in trying to reunite them... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Adoption rate behind other statesQUEENSLAND is lagging behind New South Wales and Victoria when it comes to adop
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
QUEENSLAND is lagging behind New South Wales and Victoria when it comes to adopting children, a new report has revealed. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s annual adoption report released today shows that 317 adoptions were finalised... Read more
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Canberra Times
Nationals MPs push for consensus candidate to replace Barnaby Joyceas National Party MPs gather in Canberra to choose Barnaby Joyce's replacement.
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
as National Party MPs gather in Canberra to choose Barnaby Joyce's replacement. Agriculture Minister David Littleproud, a Queenslander who had been tipped to run, made the announcement late on Sunday. "Now is not the time for internal contests,"... Read more
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Daily Mail
Standing desks increase pain and slow down mental ability at worka laptop space with a treadmill. 'He was very, very good source': Czech spy on
Daily Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
a laptop space with a treadmill. 'He was very, very good source': Czech spy on Jeremy Corbyn Extreme flooding hits Queensland after torrential rain Parents laugh watching teen struggling to use can opener Could these LED lights on... Read more
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