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Plan to bring foreign students back to Queensland almost final

Plan to bring foreign students back to Queensland almost final

A plan to bring international students back to Queensland is almost ready as UQ urges the state government to make it known that Chinese students are welcome. 

  • by Lydia Lynch

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No border barbs from Queensland Premier as NSW announces its own closure
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No border barbs from Queensland Premier as NSW announces its own closure

Decision-makers north of the border have resisted the urge to take a swipe at NSW leader Gladys Berejiklian, who earlier labelled closures "illogical".

  • by Lydia Lynch
'I am not happy': Premier accepts finding over falsified documents
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'I am not happy': Premier accepts finding over falsified documents

Public sector watchdog is investigating public servants who falsified and deleted documents as part of the botched process to hire a principal for a new Brisbane school.

  • by Lydia Lynch and Tony Moore
Jackie Trad holds back tears as she is 'vindicated' by corruption watchdog
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Jackie Trad holds back tears as she is 'vindicated' by corruption watchdog

In a 175-page report handed down on Thursday, the CCC found former Queensland deputy premier did not show "dishonest or corrupt intent".

  • by Lydia Lynch
Former deputy premier Jackie Trad cleared of corrupt conduct
Jackie Trad

Former deputy premier Jackie Trad cleared of corrupt conduct

Former Queensland deputy premier Jackie Trad has been cleared of official corruption over the appointment of a high school principal. 

  • by Lydia Lynch and Matt Dennien
Letting Victorians into Queensland would be 'reckless': Deputy Premier
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Letting Victorians into Queensland would be 'reckless': Deputy Premier

Queensland's Health Minister has pushed back against calls to let Victorians come to the state, while southern cases continue to soar.

  • by Lydia Lynch
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Open air: Brisbane flight volume to take off as borders reopen
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Open air: Brisbane flight volume to take off as borders reopen

An extra 7000 plane seats each day are available for domestic travellers from Brisbane Airport from July 10, while Coolangatta and Sunshine Coast airports also scale up.

  • by Tony Moore
Premier, PM open fire even as Palaszczuk calls for end to border war
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Premier, PM open fire even as Palaszczuk calls for end to border war

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she doesn't support people being friendly before "sending out others to do their dirty work".

  • by Lydia Lynch and Rob Harris
House parties, nightclubs and concerts are back but will be different
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House parties, nightclubs and concerts are back but will be different

From noon on Friday, 100 people will be allowed to gather indoors in Queensland and events can swell up to 10,000 people if venues have a COVID-safe plan. 

  • by Lydia Lynch
Queensland will reopen its borders on July 10, but not to Victorians
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Queensland will reopen its borders on July 10, but not to Victorians

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said anyone who had travelled from Victoria, including Queensland residents, would be prevented from entering the state unless they quarantined at a hotel at their own expense.

  • by Lydia Lynch
As Queensland awaits Tuesday border ruling, here's how venues may change
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As Queensland awaits Tuesday border ruling, here's how venues may change

Sanitised pokies, socially distanced dance floors and seated concerts could be among the list of rules imposed on Queensland venues.

  • by Lydia Lynch