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#Queensland politics

Crime

Crime

'Common Household Items' Banned In 'Sinister' Protest Crackdown

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Police will seize a wide range of everyday products under new laws to clamp down on traffic disruptions from protesters in Queensland, in a move described as "sinister" by opponents.

News

News

Spot The Clown: Janet Rice Mocks One Nation Senator During Coal Speech

1 min read

Greens MP Janet Rice has been caught mocking One Nation member Malcolm Roberts as he discusses the Adani-Carmichael coal mine.

Updated

Updated

Newspaper Apologises To Readers Over 'Appalling' Crosshairs Image

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The Sunshine Coast Daily has bowed down to pressure and apologised to its readers for publishing an image of the Queensland Premier in crosshairs.

Politics

Politics

Visitors Could Cop $10,000 Fine For Feeding Dingoes On Fraser Island

2 min read

Hefty new fines could be dished out to visitors to Queensland's K'garia -- Fraser Island -- if they feed or disturb the island's dingo population.

National

National

Devastating Cost Of Strawberry Tampering Crisis Finally Revealed

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In September last year, a wave of strawberry contaminations swept across the country as punnet after punnet of the fruit was found with needles.

National

National

How Google Maps Are Getting It Wrong In Queensland

3 min read

The Queensland government has joined local businesses calling on Google to fix its maps of the state's outback regions.

The Project

The Project

Statement From QLD Government Department On Harvesting Croc Eggs

1 min read

It is now possible to obtain a licence to harvest estuarine crocodile eggs in Queensland.

Politics

Politics

Federal LNP Candidate Apologises For Racist Anti-Muslim Facebook Posts

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An LNP candidate for the Far North Queensland seat of Herbert has apologised for racist remarks he made against the Muslim community.

National

National

Fiery Debate Over Bill For Emergency Text Messages

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At the height of the Queensland bushfires two weeks ago, emergency text messages were the fastest way to alert people of the impending danger.