Palaszczuk’s police watch-house scandal

The crisis in the youth justice system under Annastacia Palaszczuk has been exposed by an ABC investigation into harrowing cases of children as young as 10 held in maximum security watch-houses designed for adults only. LNP Leader Deb Frecklington said a trove of more than 500 files laid bare traumatic

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Labor must deliver on regional maternity services

LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has welcomed moves to restore maternity services at Weipa Hospital but warned there was still a long way to go following an era of neglect and cuts under Labor. “As someone who was born in a regional hospital, I understand how crucial these services are to

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Queenslander’s walk-out on Labor’s hospital disgrace

Shocking new figures have revealed thousands of patients have walked out of over-crowded emergency departments, across the state. The Queensland Health data for March 2019 found 5841 patients left emergency departments without getting any treatment. That’s a significant increase of 65% or 2300 patients, since Annastacia Palaszczuk became Premier in

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Labor still failing Queensland’s small and medium businesses

Support for the Palaszczuk Labor Government’s policies has slumped yet again in the latest quarterly Sensis survey of small and medium businesses. The Palaszczuk Labor Government was already rated the least business-friendly in Australia by Sensis, but its rating fell another four points in the December quarter to a shocking

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Confidence shattered under Labor’s tax obsession

The Palaszczuk Labor Government continues to crush business confidence in Queensland. The latest survey from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) spells disaster for the state’s economy under Labor. LNP Deputy Leader and Shadow Treasurer Tim Mander said today’s quarterly pulse survey shows confidence in Queensland’s economy slumped 3.3

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LNP crackdown on animal extremists

The LNP will introduce a Private Members Bill for harsher penalties for animal extremists and is calling on Labor to support the plan. It follows high-profile cases where law-abiding businesses were targeted by protestors, but the outcry from the public fell on deaf ears by the Palaszczuk Labor Government. In

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