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Last Week in Queensland – 18 April 2017

Crocodiles sinking the State budget, a secret child protection report, toxic foam in the Brisbane River, and delays in post-cyclone aid, dominated news* last week in Queensland.

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Governing

 

Opposition and Crossbench

 

Politics

 

Community

Minister leading anti-domestic violence moves, Shannon Fentiman

 

Economy and Infrastructure

 

Parliament

Federal Parliament House

 

 

 

 

 

 

* We’re not representing that this is a complete coverage of news in Queensland – it certainly isn’t, and it’s what we find interesting or important, and sometimes what’s unusual.  Some of the links will require subscriptions to read content.

 

 

Last Week in Queensland – 13 February 2017

last-week-logo-2Last week in Queensland, our heatwave dominated news*, but there was plenty of room for (misrepresentation of) the report on Queensland Rail’s failings, the Transport Minister’s resignation, and consequent reshuffle.  Extraordinary polling of One Nation Party in Queensland has generated plenty of discussion, too.

 

Governing

Ex-Minister, new Minister, Santas

Ex-Minister, new Minister, Santas

 

Opposition and Crossbench

Fiona Simpson

Fiona Simpson

 

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Community

 

Economy and Infrastructure

 

Parliamentqld-parliament

  • Queensland’s Parliament sits this week, from Tuesday 14 February to Thursday 16 February
  • The Queensland Parliament’s summary of what’s new, including newly-introduced and passed legislation, is here www.parliament.qld.gov.au/work-of-assembly/whats-new
  • Federal Parliament sat last week, and sits again this week, from Monday 13 February to Thursday 16 February

 

Sleeper Issues?

 

 

 

 

 

 

* We’re not representing that this is a complete coverage of news in Queensland – it certainly isn’t, and it’s what we find interesting or important, and sometimes what’s unusual.  Some of the links will require subscriptions to read content.