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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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But now that we have marriage equality, this section of the Act can and will be amended, because this government is strongly committed to ensuring our laws support the rights of all Queenslanders.
With nominations closing at 5pm this Friday 23 February, Ms Farmer asked Queenslanders to consider those whose impact on the development of Queensland is significant, long-lasting and shows commitment to the state.
They are part of the more than 14,100 Queenslanders who have found jobs as a direct result of participating in a Skilling Queenslanders for Work project.
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.
Young said while Queenslanders were showing some improvements, their lifestyles were having a very serious impact on their health.
Rates of Queenslanders aged 18 and older, who smoke daily, have plunged by more than 12 per cent to nearly 15.
Weve spent years planning for the Commonwealth Games but now is the time for Queenslanders to enjoy the ride.
Its is one of the best ways to save on your electricity bill, and thats why this rebate is part of our $2 billion Affordable Energy Plan to help make Queenslanders power bills more affordable.
Worse, the amount owing is accumulating meaning Queenslanders are $979 million worse off over four years because of Canberras refusal to pay its fair share, Mr Miles said.
Skilling Queenslanders for Work is producing fantastic results around the state and we are honouring our election commitment to boost its budget to $80 million in 201819, an extra $20 million from its previous funding, while also extending the initiative for another two years into 202021 with a further $160 million, Ms Palaszczuk said.
I can assure Queenslanders our 1241 state schools take a zero tolerance approach to bullying.
Id encourage all Queenslanders to know their rights, Mrs DAth said.

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