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KAP considers going to CCC after staff cut

KAP considers going to CCC after staff cut

Katter's Australian Party is considering going to the Crime and Corruption Commission after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk stripped the party of extra parliamentary staff.

  • by Sonia Kohlbacher & Miriam Deprez

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Euthanasia supporters want Queensland review fast-tracked
Euthanasia

Euthanasia supporters want Queensland review fast-tracked

A Queensland inquiry into aged care and assisted dying should be held as soon as possible, advocates say.

  • by Sonia Kohlbacher
You could be paying more than $700 too much for electricity
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Energy

You could be paying more than $700 too much for electricity

New analysis reveals late-payers are losing out on massive savings as households are urged to "squeeze" their provider for better deals.

  • by Alison Brown
'Want to poke the bear? Go ahead', Katter warns over staff cuts
Katter's Australian Party

'Want to poke the bear? Go ahead', Katter warns over staff cuts

Robbie Katter has vowed Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will live to regret her decision to sack KAP staff and claimed it was politically motivated.

  • by Toby Crockford
Brisbane-bound traffic at a crawl on gridlocked Bruce Highway
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Brisbane-bound traffic at a crawl on gridlocked Bruce Highway

Motorists stuck in 30 kilometres of slow traffic back to Burpengary after earlier accident.

  • by Alison Brown
Premier rips up Katter deal after Anning’s ‘final solution’ speech
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Fraser Anning

Premier rips up Katter deal after Anning’s ‘final solution’ speech

Addressing the Labor State Conference on Sunday, she also announced a Queensland parliamentary inquiry into euthanasia.

  • by Toby Crockford
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Brisbane rally against abortion decriminalisation laws attracts thousands
Abortion

Brisbane rally against abortion decriminalisation laws attracts thousands

State and federal LNP members including Senator Matt Canavan and state member Christian Rowan supported the rally.

Uneasy ‘ceasefire’ for Labor as Left tightens its grip
ALP

Uneasy ‘ceasefire’ for Labor as Left tightens its grip

Factional feuds set aside to allow “bridge building” for Labor leader Bill Shorten.

  • by Alison Brown
Queensland's LNP takes aim at former Labor hopeful heading train probe
Queensland Rail

Queensland's LNP takes aim at former Labor hopeful heading train probe

Opposition says voters can't trust an inquiry into botched trains because it's headed by a man who ran as a Labor candidate for parliament almost 40 years ago.

  • by Tracey Ferrier
Queensland police rack up hefty illicit drug bill
Queensland Police

Queensland police rack up hefty illicit drug bill

Four kilos of ‘ice’ were among the drugs purchased or seized in covert police operations, according to the Queensland Police Service.

  • by Alison Brown
Queensland attorney-general seeks urgent advice on Fardon release
Child safety

Queensland attorney-general seeks urgent advice on Fardon release

Queensland's attorney-general doesn't want convicted sexual predator Robert John Fardon to be released unsupervised into the community, but may not have any legal means to stop it happening.

  • by Stuart Layt