Sneak peak at our pollies new Tower of Power

Story Published: 21 Oct 2016

Government to spend $1.14bn to rent Tower of Power until 2031.

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Commercial fishing reform portal crashes on first day

Story Published: 20 Oct 2016

A government website set up to train fishers how to buy and sell fishing rights in NSW crashed on the first day of...

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MP reveals Oxley's plight during his maiden speech

Story Published: 19 Oct 2016

"I will be fighting for Oxley, day and night"

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Did black lung go under the radar?

Story Published: 14 Oct 2016

BLACK lung disease in Queensland could have gone under the radar for decades, an inquiry heard on Friday.

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Milk bottle could carry label to show where it came from

Story Published: 13 Oct 2016

MILK bottles will have a logo on them to tell customers whether dairy farmers were paid fairly, if a new bill is passed...

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Greyhound ban leaves 19,000 dogs without homes

Story Published: 20 Sep 2016

GREYHOUND training could continue for an extra five years after the industry's planned 2017 shutdown if draft...

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Hinch and Hanson:'the people speak': letter

Story Published: 16 Sep 2016

Newly elected Pauline Hanson is another senator empowered to rally against the political status quo.

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'Anyone shackled by rabid political correctness turn off now'

Story Published: 15 Sep 2016

Member for Dawson George Christensen has made a lengthy tirade against Islam in the House of Representatives.

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Laws introduced to keep children out of adult jails

Story Published: 15 Sep 2016

SEVENTEEN-year-olds will no longer be imprisoned in adult jails under legislation introduced to Queensland Parliament on...

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SPEECH: Llew O'Brien talks unemployment, opens up about PTSD

Story Published: 15 Sep 2016

Newly appointed LNP federal member Llew O’Brien highlighted the region’s high unemployment, growth areas and his personal...

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