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Smile for the Camel-ra! QAS Mount Isa’s newest graduates, Jayme and Lilly, coul…

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Smile for the Camel-ra! πŸͺ QAS Mount Isa’s newest graduates, Jayme and Lilly, couldn’t help but get a quick snap with locals, Humphrey and friends. The girls completed some area familiarisation this week before jumping on board an ambulance to start work in the community. Congratulations Jayme and… More

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Queensland apple-growing family invents new drink to use apples rejected by supermarkets

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A Queensland apple-growing family believes it has made a world-first fruit drink that bottles all of the apple, minus the pips and core.

The Savio family, from Stanthorpe in Queensland’s Granite Belt, spent more than a million dollars and three years researching and developing how to get both the skin and the pulp into a commercially acceptable liquid form.

Neither a juice nor a nectar,…



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Annastacia Palaszczuk confident Labor will form majority government after Queensland election victory

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Annastacia Palaszczuk is on track to become the longest-serving Premier of Queensland in decades after last night clinching her third term in office.

The Labor leader remains confident of forming a majority government, with the ABC’s election computer predicting ALP expected to win as many as 52 seats and the LNP to secure 34.

Bizarrely, seemingly due to a communication error, both leaders ended up making speeches at the same time last night.

Entering the function, Ms Palaszczuk was surrounded by family β€” including her father Henry who held the seat of Inala before her.

During the almost month-long campaign, she campaigned strongly on her Government’s handling of the pandemic and in her speech she acknowledged the toll the COVID-19 crisis…



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Queensland election results reveal the winners and losers in 2020

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November 01, 2020 07:34:04

With millions of votes tallied, Queensland’s election results are finally in, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk re-elected for a third term.

It’s been an unusual election influenced by a global pandemic, with the state’s borders and economy looming large and hundreds of thousands of Queenslanders voting early.

Here is a breakdown of some of the victors β€” and victims β€” of the 2020 Queensland election.

Winner: Labor

Since 1998, Labor has held power in…



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