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Central & North Burnett Times, Kingaroy: Resolving core issues

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The Somerset, Toogoolawah: A great day out in esk

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Central Telegraph, Biloela: Senator passes through Biloela

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Caboolture Shire Herald, Brisbane: Road upgrade work begins

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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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Newcastle Herald, Newcastle NSW: Minister for Milo

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'Election campaign nerves are normal' - BBC interview

Behind any election campaign are the political strategists working to ensure they get their party gets into power.

For the 2015 campaign, the Labour Party is using former Barack Obama adviser David Axelrod while the Conservatives have Lynton Crosby.

The BBC's Joe Lynam asked Australian senator James McGrath, who once advised the Tories, how he felt the campaign was going for them.

http://www.bbc.com/news/av/election-2015-32571280/senator-james-mcgrath-election-campaign-nerves-are-normal

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