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Queensland

having some geographical relationship to the state of Queensland, Australia.

Queensland blue heeler
see australian cattle dog.
Queensland fever
see q fever.
Queensland nut tree
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Its time for all Queenslanders to change their relationship with alcohol, he said.
From the 1870s onwards, Brisbane newspapers devoted considerable space to the envisioned bright future of white Queenslanders and the prosperity of the working man.
Housing and Public Works Minister Leeanne Enoch said the taskforce s work would build on what the government was already putting in place regarding Queenslanders transition to retirement.
Queenslanders were found to be the youngest group in Australia to lose their virginity with 40 percent already having sex before turning 16 while 7 percent confess doing threesomes, including sending sexually explicit text messages.
Ms Jones said Queenslanders deserve to know why Mr Langbroek never had any meetings with Police to discuss this major change to the way principals, teachers and school staff report cases of suspected child abuse.
Young said while Queenslanders were showing some improvements, their lifestyles were having a very serious impact on their health.
At the launch, Minister Jones also announced a new $400,000 tourism marketing campaign to encourage more Queenslanders to visit Bundaberg and the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Rates of Queenslanders aged 18 and older, who smoke daily, have plunged by more than 12 per cent to nearly 15.
The multibillion-dollar development will trigger unparalleled demand for Queenslanders with hospitality skills, and TAFE Queensland and Echo Entertainment Group have partnered to develop programs that will turn out the highly-skilled workers needed.
While one in five Queenslanders smokes, they scored second for successful New Year's quit attempts after Victoria and Tasmania.
Maintaining positive mental health and wellbeing is important to all Queenslanders, wherever they are," Mr Dick said.
The Commonwealth Government will continue to work closely with Queensland to deliver full rollout of the NDIS so that all Queenslanders with disabilities can access its benefits.

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