Labor refuses to debate LNP sex offender Bill

Freed pedophiles will be allowed to ‘self-report’ under Palaszczuk’s soft laws The Palaszczuk Government has today refused to allow the LNP’s tough laws to protect Queenslanders from all violent serious sex offenders to be debated by Parliament. While blocking debate, the panicking Palaszczuk Government said it would press ahead with

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Royal commission a positive step to support seniors

Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington has welcomed the Morrison Government’s decision to call a royal commission into aged care. “Seniors in aged care deserve to be safe and secure and receive the best possible care,” Ms Frecklington said. “It has become increasingly clear many seniors are vulnerable to abuse

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Labor backs criminals over Queenslanders

LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has slammed Annastacia Palaszczuk for using the Queensland Productivity Commission to water down crime and sentencing laws. Two years after being ignored by the Palaszczuk Labor Government, the Queensland Productivity Commission has now been engaged to look into imprisonment and recidivism in Queensland. “We all know

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LNP moves Bill to stop Fardon going free

The LNP will introduce an urgent Private Member’s Bill into State Parliament this week to stop pedophile and rapist Robert Fardon’s unsupervised release into the community. If the Queensland Government loses its bid to extend Fardon’s supervision order, the notorious sex offender could be on the streets unsupervised on October

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Palaszczuk’s priorities leading to Queensland’s economic ruin

The Palaszczuk Labor Government’s $9 billion infrastructure underspend over the past three years has led to Queensland recording the combined worst economic growth and unemployment rates in the country. In an address to the Queensland Infrastructure Summit today, LNP Shadow Infrastructure Minister Andrew Powell has painted a stark contrast facing

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Environment must be the priority not political cover-ups

“Labor’s planned censorship of Queensland’s mining rehabilitation reforms are alarming. “Queenslanders have a right to know how much money has been set aside for site rehabilitation. “No one is asking to reveal specific financial details of individual companies. “Existing provisions in the right to information legislative framework provides robust protection

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