NEW information came to light in Thursday night’s Gladstone Election Debate hosted by The Observer.
“The Electoral Act 1992 regulates the size, quantity and placement of election signage at polling places.”
The project will develop new technologies to enable seaweed biofilters to absorb nitrogen that can then be re-used as a bio-fertiliser.
The Electoral Commission of Queensland claimed the cards could ‘mislead and deceive’ voters.
Paramedics are responding to a West Gladstone address after a young boy has fallen two storeys.
The property is secured on a long-term lease, returning a substantial annual net income of $314,300 pa.
A One Nation volunteer claims MP’s dad was involved in a physical altercation.
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“The aim is to strike a balance to ensure people can still use gel blasters recreationally,” QLD police Minister Mark Ryan.
“Our constitution is based around helping vulnerable families.”