Motorists Set For a Smoother Ride On Pumicestone Road

  • Works to improve safety at dangerous black spot
  • $1.97 million funding under Australian Government’s Black Spot Programme

Works have commenced on the $1.97 million safety improvement project along a section of Pumicestone Road, east of the Bruce Highway in Caboolture.

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Medowie News, NSW: Defence Minister visits Red Zone

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Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney: Advance Australia Fair is a mid-tempo dirge and must go

"Even though the government rejected the proposal, Queensland frontbencher James McGrath felt compelled to issue this two-word media release: ‘‘Hell no’’."

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‘Hell no’: revamped anthem rejected

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The Forgotten People - a speech by Robert Menzies

22 May 1942

Quite recently, a bishop wrote a letter to a great daily newspaper. His theme was the importance of doing justice to the workers. His belief, apparently, was that the workers are those who work with their hands. He sought to divide the people of Australia into classes. He was obviously suffering from what has for years seemed to me to be our greatest political disease - the disease of thinking that the community is divided into the relatively rich and the relatively idle, and the laborious poor, and that every social and political controversy can be resolved into the question: What side are you on?

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Newcastle Herald, Newcastle NSW: Minister for Milo

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