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Taskforce Maxima downsizing causes alarm as bikies re-emerge in club colours
January 17, 2016 12:00am Des Houghton The Sunday Mail (Qld) QUEENSLAND’S anti-bikie taskforce has been stripped of more than two dozen police in a move that has alarmed and mystified crimefighters. Taskforce Maxima was downsized to 85 members over the Chris...
Taskforce Maxima was downsized to 85 members over the Christmas break and bikie gangs have brazenly re-emerged in club colours on the Gold Coast – at the Broadbeach dining precinct where violent clashes by gangs in 2013 led to the police crackdown. Gangs have also reappeared in Brisbane's ...
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Jackie Trad dismisses royal commission into trade unions
January 9, 2016 12:00am Jason Tin The Courier-Mail ACTING Premier Jackie Trad has backed CFMEU figure Michael Ravbar, saying Labor shouldn’t take action against the union boss because there is insufficient evidence to back the allegations against him. In an...
January 9, 2016 12:00am; Jason Tin; The Courier-Mail. ACTING Premier Jackie Trad has backed CFMEU figure Michael Ravbar, saying Labor shouldn't take action against the union boss because there is insufficient evidence to back the allegations against him. In an exclusive interview with The ...
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Opinion: Queensland alcohol management laws in no way similar to Bjelke-Petersen regime
January 5, 2016 12:00am Paul Williams The Courier-Mail Protests were quickly stamped out during the Bjelke-Petersen years. I LOVE the Brisbane band Powderfinger. Their song These Days is an iconic piece of common man’s art made immortal by Australian film T...
Collins said last week the Palaszczuk Government's very sensible – and still very generous – alcohol management laws, which will result in last drinks being served at 2am, would send us back to the days of Joh Bjelke-Petersen. Collins' argument is that an inability for a potentially violent ...
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Minister Jamie Briggs, the texts and the Stormies night
John Lehmann The Australian January 2, 2016 12:00AM Jamie Briggs’s chief of staff Stuart Eaton and the consular staffer (digitally obscured) in a relaxed scene. The young woman at the centre of Jamie Briggs’s downfall sent a text message to his chief of sta...
John Lehmann; The Australian; January 2, 2016 12:00AM; Jamie Briggs's chief of staff Stuart Eaton and the consular staffer (digitally obscured) in a relaxed scene. The young woman at the centre of Jamie Briggs's downfall sent a text message to his chief of staff on the morning after the late ...
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Liberal Party donor Zarraffa’s Coffee pro abolition of penalty rates
July 1, 2010, Kenton Campbell founder of Zarraffa’s Coffee states his pro penalty rates abolition at this article http://www.franchisebusiness.com.au/News/Zarraffa-s-Coffee-warns-franchisees-they-ll-need-t February 19, 2014 Zarraffa's Roastery Pty Ltd donat...
February 19, 2014 Zarraffa's Roastery Pty Ltd donates a total of $40000 to the Fadden Forum http://www.ecq.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/7938/Zarraffas-Roastery-Pty-Ltd.pdf. Person completing Electoral Commission form is Rachael Campbell. (Check the link between Kenton and Rachael???) ...
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Stepping out with Jules and Mikki
 
December (16). Stepping out with Jules and Mikki · Queensland Resources Council boss describes death ... Middle Australia needs to contribute its fair shar... Welfare recipients should not be adding to their f... Annastacia Palaszczuk's AWU faces extinction threa.
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Middle Australia needs to contribute its fair share of taxes
The Australian December 19, 2015 12:00AM Judith Sloan Contributing Economics Editor, Melbourne How the forecasts have changed. Had it not been for the booming, confident presentation by Scott Morrison of the latest mid-year economic and fiscal outlook this ...
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Malcolm Turnbull’s tacticians in plan to keep Prime Minister out of spotlight
January 17, 2016 12:00am  Renee Viellaris The Courier-Mail MALCOLM Turnbull has given Australians a great gift – a holiday from politicians. The Prime Minister and his senior team are purposely staying out of the limelight to give voters a break from tit-fo...
While Mr Turnbull will be visible on the world stage with his first visit to the United States as Prime Minister, domestically the “break” will last until after Australia Day. Federal Parliament resumes for the first time in 2016 on February 2. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is filling the media ...
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Jamie Briggs case: ministerial standards must be reviewed
JENNIFER ORIEL THE AUSTRALIAN  JANUARY 5, 2016 12:00AM Illustration: Eric Lobbecke The resignation of Jamie Briggs for breaching ministerial standards during a night out in Hong Kong with public servants raises serious questions about the standards and the ...
Briggs has conceded his behaviour constituted an “error of professional judgment”, but such an ambit admission generally would be deemed insufficient to warrant resignation from a plum political post. The ambiguity has left many questions unanswered, leading to public criticism of Briggs, ...
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Malcolm Turnbull starts 2016 with a hangover after Briggs affair
The Australian January 2, 2016 12:00AM Chris Kenny Associate Editor (National Affairs) Sydney Like many revellers, the Turnbull government starts the new year wobbly on its feet, with a 2015 hangover making it hard to focus on the bright lights of the 2016 ...
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Former staffer says Jamie Briggs made sexist comments
Meredith Booth The Australian December 30, 2015 12:00AM Xenophon Team candidate for Mayo, Rebekha Sharkie, previously worked for Jamie Briggs. A former staffer of Jamie Briggs who will run against him as a ­candidate for Nick Xenophon’s fledgling party went...
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Queensland Resources Council boss describes death of anti-CSG activist as a ‘gift’ for Lock the Gate
It’s believed a number of QRC board members believed Michael Roche’s comments in the wake of a Queensland farmer’s death were inappropriate. December 21, 2015 11:35am Jason Tin The Courier-Mail QUEENSLAND Resources Council boss Michael Roche described the d...
The statement, which offered condolences to the Bender family and noted the industry was “saddened” by Mr Bender's passing, also controversially claimed public debate had been “hijacked” by some activists and politicians after the tragedy. It is understood a number of QRC board members believed ...
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