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LNP's Glasson yet to decide if he will recontest Griffith

Tony Moore Bill Glasson is yet to decide whether he will recontest the seat of Griffith.

For Labor ex-minister, a time of atonement

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Tony Moore Brisbanetimes.com.au approached several of Labor’s former MPs to guage their reaction to their new lives four months after their savage election loss. One obliged.

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Union revokes campaign option

Daniel Hurst Queensland's public sector union has ruled out campaigning for any political party at the upcoming election, a day after its secretary left the door open to backing the Liberal National Party.

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Queensland's civil unions debate blow by blow

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Daniel Hurst It's crunch time for a proposal to allow couples to register their relationships as "civil unions" in Queensland. brisbanetimes.com.

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Independent school push may trigger 'bitter' strikes

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Daniel Hurst Queensland’s key education union has warned teachers could launch industrial action if a LNP government pushes ahead with plans to create 120 "independent" state schools.

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We do support holidays, LNP insists

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Daniel Hurst The Liberal National Party shadow cabinet has dismissed a report by three of its party’s MPs opposing public holiday reforms, saying it is not the opposition’s policy.

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'Stranger danger' fears unfounded

Tony Bartlett A surge in reports of men acting suspiciously near schoolchildren has triggered urgent talks between schools and police, who fear the ‘‘stranger danger’’ message has gone into overdrive.

OneSchool a repeat of health fiasco

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Kym Agius THE Education Minister, Cameron Dick, says it is unfair to compare glitches in a new computer system used by the state's schools with last year's Queensland Health payroll debacle.

Confusion at year 7 high school

Ellen Lutton QUEENSLAND schools are calling for a decision to be made about the issue of moving year 7 students to high school but the government has announced it will ''not be rushed'' into significant education...

Grow a thicker skin, 'mate' magistrate told

Cameron Atfield Queensland's chief magistrate has leapt to the defence of an Ipswich colleague who sent a man to the watchhouse for calling him "mate".

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