John Paul Langbroek

I don't want to lead LNP: John-Paul Langbroek

Queensland's education minister says he has no interest in leading his party again should Premier Campbell Newman lose his seat.

Annastacia Palaszczuk a viable alternative Premier, poll shows

41 per cent of poll respondents say Annastacia Palaszczuk would be the better Premier.

Amy Remeikis Premier Campbell Newman and Opposition leader Annastacia Palaszczuk neck-and-neck in preferred premier stakes.

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Queensland's NAPLAN results best yet

Queensland has improved its standing in the nation's NAPLAN rankings, moving to fourth place.

Kim Stephens Queensland’s education minister has credited significant investment in early years education for the state’s best ever NAPLAN test results.

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Fluoridate water 'for kids', Queensland councils urged

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Natalie Bochenski Queensland councils are being urged to fluoridate their water for the sake of their kids’ teeth.

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Education week dead, long live Treasury week

Queensland Treasurer Tim Nicholls.

Amy Remeikis To the beat of a Chinese drum, the baton was passed from education to Treasury.

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Carbon tax axed but savings for Queenslanders still unknown

Climate change is a threat to “the vital interests of Australia in the next ten years”

Amy Remeikis Queensland ministers are keen to spread the message that repealing the carbon tax is going to save you money – but they can’t tell you how much, or where.

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Brand new: How to sell Campbell Newman

Campbell Newman

Amy Remeikis What do you do with a brand like Campbell Newman?

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Newman left with tough decision after Stafford

Campbell Newman and Tony Abbott at the LNP annual conference.

Madonna King MADONNA KING: Campbell Newman's empty apology this week will neither calm voter anger.

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Opposition puts government on notice as LNP defends estimates scheduling

Queensland Parliament.

Amy Remeikis The majority of Hansard transcripts of this week’s estimates hearings will not be available until the end of next week.

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Queensland needs 100 new schools: Planning Commission

The Schools Planning Commission has mapped the hotspots in need of new schools over the next 20 years.

Amy Remeikis The Schools Planning Commission has determined more than 100 new schools will probably be needed across the state in the next 20 years - and it is already failing to take into account about 38,000...

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Newman ministers support their leader

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman

Amy Remeikis Queensland Transport Minister Scott Emerson has played down the latest Newspoll results showing Labor is ahead of the Liberal National Party for the first time since the March 2012 election.

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Newman says ALP wrong on TAFE fee rises

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman.

Queensland's premier has accused the opposition of playing Nostradamus over TAFE fee increases.

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Qld TAFE fees set to 'skyrocket'

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Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Saturday 16th February, 2013. 
Acting Arts minister John-Paul Langbroek talks to the media about the resignation of former Arts minister Ros Bates and subsequent nepotism allegations.

Queensland's education minister insists TAFE course fees aren't actually rising, even if students are paying more for tuition.

Queensland cabinet meets: the good, the bad and the no opinion

Former LNP supporter Clive Palmer.

Amy Remeikis Ministers follow script on new chief justice and Clive Palmer.

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LNP MPs in harmony over pre-selections

John-Paul Langbroek

Amy Remeikis Upcoming pre-selection process has the state ministers all singing from exactly the same songsheet.

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Clive Palmer legal threats ignored by government MPs

Tim Nicholls

Amy Remeikis Clive Palmer’s threat of defamation action has not deterred government MPs from repeating the line that the mining magnate turned federal member is “buying votes”.

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LNP fundraising raffle tickets 'ahead of game'

The LNP has turned to selling raffle tickets to raise funds.

Amy Remeikis Queensland LNP executive president, Bruce McIver, has defended his party running an art union fundraiser, declaring it a "very worthwhile cause".

G20 included in Queensland school curriculum

Russia's President Vladimir Putin

Kristian Silva The Queensland government wants school students to know their Vladimir Putins from their Enrique Pena Nietos, ahead of November’s G20 Summit.

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Private boys schools top OP results

The Year 12 Outcomes Report reveal OP results for the state’s 48,000 graduating students.

Marissa Calligeros Elite private boys’ school Brisbane Grammar School remains the institution with the highest percentage of top OPs in the state.

State school battles with Terrace over Spring Hill land

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Primary Schools / School Children / Teachers / Playground / School Lunches / Schools Computers / Library / Tuckshop / Learning / Hats / Demountables / Kindergarten / Classrooms / Blackboards / Chalk /.etc.

Cameron Atfield An inner-city school community says it has been betrayed by the state government, following revelations the Education Department was in discussions to sell land earmarked for state school expansion...

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