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Geelong Advertiser
Petition aims to divvy up our stateA CAIRNS man is rallying North Queensland residents to sign his petition in a b
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 31 minutes ago
A CAIRNS man is rallying North Queensland residents to sign his petition in a bid to split the state in two. Retiree Bill Bates said he wanted a referendum on splitting Queensland into two states. “I’ve written to 250-odd organisations,” he said.... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Race for 2018 corporate tix beginsBathurst just how skilled they are racing in wet conditions in one of the best
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 31 minutes ago
Bathurst just how skilled they are racing in wet conditions in one of the best races we have seen. “It is certainly shaping as another fantastic event for the Gold Coast and Queensland with big visitor numbers expected to come in over the week... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Qld weather hinders search for six fishermenAppalling weather is hampering the search for six fishermen feared drowned off
Sky News Australia / Posted an hour ago
Appalling weather is hampering the search for six fishermen feared drowned off the central Queensland coast as their families pray for a miracle. Helicopters looking for the men and their sunken sea cucumber trawler, the Dianne, were forced back to... Read more
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WA Today
Legal claims cloud the millions Tom Albanese made while Rio Tinto lost billionstold reporters in May, 2010. The following year he gambled $4.7 billion on a Mo
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
told reporters in May, 2010. The following year he gambled $4.7 billion on a Mozambique coal mine with the acquisition of Queensland-based Riversdale. It was sold a few years later for $US50 million ($A63.74 million). Tom Albanese qualifies for a... Read more
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The Age
Job cuts on the way, but don't be fooled by 'gas crisis' spinthis will have on society will be devastating and most certainly could have bee
The Age / Posted an hour ago
this will have on society will be devastating and most certainly could have been avoided. A coal seam gas field near the Queensland town of Chinchilla. Onshore coal seam gas has proven to be high cost. Photo: Glenn Hunt It is likely this news... Read more
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The Age
Legal claims cloud the millions Tom Albanese made while Rio Tinto lost billions told reporters in May, 2010. The following year he gambled $4.7 billion on a Mo
The Age / Posted an hour ago
told reporters in May, 2010. The following year he gambled $4.7 billion on a Mozambique coal mine with the acquisition of Queensland-based Riversdale. It was sold a few years later for $US50 million ($A63.74 million). Tom Albanese qualifies for a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Job cuts on the way, but don't be fooled by 'gas crisis' spinthis will have on society will be devastating and most certainly could have bee
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
this will have on society will be devastating and most certainly could have been avoided. A coal seam gas field near the Queensland town of Chinchilla. Onshore coal seam gas has proven to be high cost. Photo: Glenn Hunt It is likely this news... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Legal claims cloud the millions Tom Albanese made while Rio Tinto lost billions told reporters in May, 2010. The following year he gambled $4.7 billion on a Mo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
told reporters in May, 2010. The following year he gambled $4.7 billion on a Mozambique coal mine with the acquisition of Queensland-based Riversdale. It was sold a few years later for $US50 million ($A63.74 million). Tom Albanese qualifies for a... Read more
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Weekly Times
NFF challenges pay casewere underpaid. The claim was made last week in a Brisbane Federal Court case
Weekly Times / Posted an hour ago
were underpaid. The claim was made last week in a Brisbane Federal Court case brought by the Fair Work Ombudsman against a Queensland farm, Marland Mushrooms, its owner, Troy Marland, and labour hire firm, HRS Country. The employment regulator is... Read more
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give me sport
Batsman loses his wicket in 'one of the most bizarre dismissals you'll ever see'day at the office. The wicket-keeper is under huge pressure to retain his spot
give me sport / Posted an hour ago
day at the office. The wicket-keeper is under huge pressure to retain his spot for the Ashes squad, and this display in Queensland will have done nothing to urge the Australian selectors that he deserves his place. The first embarrassing moment... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Gas and coal plants could be NEG winnersEnergy Security Board says the scheme provides certainty and will encourage inv
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 hours ago
Energy Security Board says the scheme provides certainty and will encourage investment, however the Victorian, South Australian and Queensland governments have already condemned it and the 'meaningfully different' state ou... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Families of fishermen prepare for worst33, Zach Feeney, 28, Adam Hoffman, 30, and Chris Sammut, 34, had worked togethe
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
33, Zach Feeney, 28, Adam Hoffman, 30, and Chris Sammut, 34, had worked together for years, gathering sea cucumbers off the Queensland coast. Survivor Ruben McDornan’s wife Sammy yesterday tearfully described the missing six men as “like family’’,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
More rain on way for soaked stateYET more rain is on the horizon for southeast Queensland, with another wet weat
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
YET more rain is on the horizon for southeast Queensland, with another wet weather system moving in this weekend. The falls will likely affect regions already sodden by record October rainfall, as well as bringing welcomed rainfall to western... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Beale’s pride in indigenous jumperBeale shows off the Wallabies’ indigenous jersey. Picture: Brett Costello McDe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
Beale shows off the Wallabies’ indigenous jersey. Picture: Brett Costello McDermott told that story at the Queensland indigenous Sports Awards where he also said his idols as a kid from Eidsvold in country Queensland were Aboriginal... Read more
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CNET
We have time to save the Great Barrier Reef from global warmingGreat Barrier Reef would be a tragedy. Made up of 3,000 individual reefs, the
CNET / Posted 2 hours ago
Great Barrier Reef would be a tragedy. Made up of 3,000 individual reefs, the Great Barrier Reef stretches from the tip of Queensland, down to Hervey Bay, just north of Brisbane. It's as big as Germany, covering 347,800 square kilometers (134,000... Read more
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The North West Star
Class of 2017: AFLW first-round draft picksBulldogs pass 35 Collingwood Ashleigh Brazill 36 Carlton Bridie Kennedy (Cran
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
Bulldogs pass 35 Collingwood Ashleigh Brazill 36 Carlton Bridie Kennedy (Cranbourne) 37 Brisbane Lions Emma Pittman (Queensland Uni) 38 Adelaide Ruth Wallace (Adelaide Uni) 39 GWS Phoebe Monahan (UNSW/ES) 40 Fremantle Alicia Janz (Swan... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rapist will NOT get joint custody of boy, 8, after judge backtracksthe ground Police investigation underway as teenager dies in NSW poolside trag
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
the ground Police investigation underway as teenager dies in NSW poolside tragedy Shocking footage of huge waterfalls as Queensland is lashed by storms 'I just wanted to help people': L-plater, 16, caught... That's one way to beat the housing... Read more
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News.com.au
Families of fishermen prepare for worstThe search continues for six men missing from a trawler in Queensland Families
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
The search continues for six men missing from a trawler in Queensland Families of the missing trawler crew embrace at Gladstone airport. Picture: Liam KidstonSource:News Corp Australia HOPES of finding six mates feared drowned when their fishing... Read more
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News.com.au
More rain on way for soaked stateat Kangaroo Point Cliffs. Picture: Tim Marsden/AAPSource:News Corp Australia Y
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
at Kangaroo Point Cliffs. Picture: Tim Marsden/AAPSource:News Corp Australia YET more rain is on the horizon for southeast Queensland, with another wet weather system moving in this weekend. The falls will likely affect regions already sodden by... Read more
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Manning River Times
Regions copped 1,800 job losses in APS cut: unionunion, which said losses reached as high as 33 per cent in the Darwin statistic
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
union, which said losses reached as high as 33 per cent in the Darwin statistical area, 28 per cent in Logan-Beaudesert, Queensland and 25 per cent in south-east Tasmania. North-west Victoria (23 per cent), Mackay (14 per cent) and the Murray... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Alert bungle sparked Debbie school chaosTHE closure of hundreds of southeast Queensland schools in the aftermath of Cyc
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 hours ago
THE closure of hundreds of southeast Queensland schools in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie was so poorly handled that clueless councils were left wrongly telling parents to go to school. An official review of Cyclone Debbie found emergency texts and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Alert bungle sparked Debbie school chaosTHE closure of hundreds of southeast Queensland schools in the aftermath of Cyc
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
THE closure of hundreds of southeast Queensland schools in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie was so poorly handled that clueless councils were left wrongly telling parents to go to school. An official review of Cyclone Debbie found emergency texts and... Read more
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The North West Star
Lisa Wilkinson has exposed a lot more than television pay disparityschool principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several boar
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
school principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several board posts, and a stack of awards including Queensland Telstra Business Woman of the Year. But it was the news of her resignation, authored by the University's male... Read more
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The North West Star
Bar owner plans to appeal Bledisloe Cup ID scanning relaxation refusallikely to start streaming towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
likely to start streaming towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR decision with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and while the rejection notice likely came back too late for him to try to... Read more
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The North West Star
Goodwill Bridge's slippery issue fixeddays and within the original project budget." Increasing the slip resistance o
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
days and within the original project budget." Increasing the slip resistance of the bridge surface cost $23,739. Bicycle Queensland worked with the state government in testing the bridge resurfacing and chief-executive Ben Wilson said the quick... Read more
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News.com.au
Alert bungle sparked Debbie school chaoson Longlands St, East Brisbane. Picture: Darren EnglandSource:News Corp Austral
News.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
on Longlands St, East Brisbane. Picture: Darren EnglandSource:News Corp Australia THE closure of hundreds of southeast Queensland schools in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie was so poorly handled that clueless councils were left wrongly telling... Read more
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The Age
APS cuts hit regions with 1,800 job losses, CPSU figures showunion, which said losses reached as high as 33 per cent in the Darwin statistic
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
union, which said losses reached as high as 33 per cent in the Darwin statistical area, 28 per cent in Logan-Beaudesert, Queensland and 25 per cent in south-east Tasmania. North-west Victoria (23 per cent), Mackay (14 per cent) and the Murray... Read more
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WA Today
Dangerous fire fighting foam 'safe' for swimmers, unsafe for drinkingresidential properties and from Coolangatta Creek outside the airport boundary
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
residential properties and from Coolangatta Creek outside the airport boundary returned low results,” the report found. “Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has advised that residents are reminded that bore water in urban... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Qld government to host AFL Premiership 2018Townsville will host AFL Premiership Season matches in 2018 and into the future
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 hours ago
Townsville will host AFL Premiership Season matches in 2018 and into the future under a deal announced on Wednesday by the Queensland Government. The deal will see the Gold Coast SUNS play for premiership points for the eighth straight season in... Read more
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The Age
The six words that haunt Malcolm Turnbull gates. True, there is twitchiness about what might happen to a raft of seats -
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
gates. True, there is twitchiness about what might happen to a raft of seats - particularly in Western Australia and Queensland - at the next election, but this is not tied to a certain number of Newspolls. Critically, there is no genuine... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The six words that haunt Malcolm Turnbull gates. True, there is twitchiness about what might happen to a raft of seats -
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
gates. True, there is twitchiness about what might happen to a raft of seats - particularly in Western Australia and Queensland - at the next election, but this is not tied to a certain number of Newspolls. Critically, there is no genuine... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
APS cuts hit regions with 1,800 job losses, CPSU figures showunion, which said losses reached as high as 33 per cent in the Darwin statistic
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
union, which said losses reached as high as 33 per cent in the Darwin statistical area, 28 per cent in Logan-Beaudesert, Queensland and 25 per cent in south-east Tasmania. North-west Victoria (23 per cent), Mackay (14 per cent) and the Murray... Read more
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Manning River Times
Lisa Wilkinson has exposed a lot more than television pay disparityschool principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several boar
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
school principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several board posts, and a stack of awards including Queensland Telstra Business Woman of the Year. But it was the news of her resignation, authored by the University's male... Read more
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Gulf News
Muslim inmates allege humiliation and abuse by Brisbane prison staffIslamic council complains of prisoners being beaten, humiliated and deprived of
Gulf News / Posted 4 hours ago
Islamic council complains of prisoners being beaten, humiliated and deprived of halal food but Queensland Corrective Services says evidence not provided Brisbane: Allegations of abuse, humiliation and deprivation by prison staff have been made by... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Goodwill Bridge's slippery issue fixeddays and within the original project budget.” Increasing the slip resistance o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
days and within the original project budget.” Increasing the slip resistance of the bridge surface cost $23,739. Bicycle Queensland worked with the state government in testing the bridge resurfacing and chief-executive Ben Wilson said the quick... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dangerous fire fighting foam 'safe' for swimmers, unsafe for drinkingresidential properties and from Coolangatta Creek outside the airport boundary
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
residential properties and from Coolangatta Creek outside the airport boundary returned low results,” the report found. “Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has advised that residents are reminded that bore water in urban... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bar owner plans to appeal Bledisloe Cup ID scanning relaxation refusallikely to start streaming towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
likely to start streaming towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR decision with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and while the rejection notice likely came back too late for him to try to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lisa Wilkinson has exposed a lot more than television pay disparityschool principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several boar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
school principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several board posts, and a stack of awards including Queensland Telstra Business Woman of the Year. But it was the news of her resignation, authored by the University’s male... Read more
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The Age
Lisa Wilkinson has exposed a lot more than television pay disparityschool principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several boar
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
school principal, boasts elite public service positions as well as several board posts, and a stack of awards including Queensland Telstra Business Woman of the Year. But it was the news of her resignation, authored by the University’s male... Read more
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The Age
Dangerous fire fighting foam 'safe' for swimmers, unsafe for drinkingresidential properties and from Coolangatta Creek outside the airport boundary
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
residential properties and from Coolangatta Creek outside the airport boundary returned low results,” the report found. “Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has advised that residents are reminded that bore water in urban... Read more
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The Age
Goodwill Bridge's slippery issue fixeddays and within the original project budget.” Increasing the slip resistance o
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
days and within the original project budget.” Increasing the slip resistance of the bridge surface cost $23,739. Bicycle Queensland worked with the state government in testing the bridge resurfacing and chief-executive Ben Wilson said the quick... Read more
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The Age
Bar owner plans to appeal Bledisloe Cup ID scanning relaxation refusallikely to start streaming towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
likely to start streaming towards nearby bars from 9-10pm. Mr Farquhar said he would appeal the OLGR decision with the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and while the rejection notice likely came back too late for him to try to... Read more
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The North West Star
Senior SEQ public servant resigns after accessing inappropriate websitesThe chief executive at Seqwater, the body managing south-east Queensland's $10
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
The chief executive at Seqwater, the body managing south-east Queensland's $10 billion water grid, has resigned after being discovered accessing the sites at work. One of Queensland's senior public servants has resigned after he accessed... Read more
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The Age
Residents see cows wash away in Queensland floodResidents are leaving properties at Lowmead and Baffle Creek as floodwaters beg
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Residents are leaving properties at Lowmead and Baffle Creek as floodwaters begin to rise in parts of central Queensland due to major rainfall. Gladstone Regional Council deputy mayor Chris Trevor said forced evacuations had not taken place but some... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Residents see cows wash away in Queensland floodResidents are leaving properties at Lowmead and Baffle Creek as floodwaters beg
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Residents are leaving properties at Lowmead and Baffle Creek as floodwaters begin to rise in parts of central Queensland due to major rainfall. Gladstone Regional Council deputy mayor Chris Trevor said forced evacuations had not taken place but some... Read more
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Perth Now
Clive arrives at end of all-day sittingsCLIVE Palmer has made a late appearance in a Queensland court, where lawyers in
Perth Now / Posted 5 hours ago
CLIVE Palmer has made a late appearance in a Queensland court, where lawyers in his high-profile battle with taxpayer-funded liquidators have spent a marathon day making submissions. Justice John Bond presided over the Brisbane Supreme Court hearing... Read more
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Perth Now
Balcony on fire after ‘rocket’ launchedacross with a fire extinguisher in hand. The unit complex’s residents are then
Perth Now / Posted 5 hours ago
across with a fire extinguisher in hand. The unit complex’s residents are then spotted coming out on to the road. A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said firefighters had received a call about 1.45am Saturday and found a... Read more
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News.com.au
Ablett, Weller to go down to wireAFL: The Gold Coast Suns are set to stretch into North Queensland with a number
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
AFL: The Gold Coast Suns are set to stretch into North Queensland with a number of games to be played in Cairns Lachie Weller gets a handball away. Picture: Daniel WilkinsSource:News Corp Australia GOLD Coast are once again stuck in the trade... Read more
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The Age
Senior SEQ public servant resigns after accessing inappropriate websitesOne of Queensland's senior public servants has resigned after he accessed "proh
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
One of Queensland's senior public servants has resigned after he accessed "prohibited" websites at work Seqwater’s latest chief executive Jim Pruss resigned after it was discovered he was had accessed “inappropriate websites” at work. Another staff... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Senior SEQ public servant resigns after accessing inappropriate websitesOne of Queensland's senior public servants has resigned after he accessed "proh
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
One of Queensland's senior public servants has resigned after he accessed "prohibited" websites at work Seqwater’s latest chief executive Jim Pruss resigned after it was discovered he was had accessed “inappropriate websites” at work. Another staff... Read more
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