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On this Saturday, the people of Queensland will be heading to the polls to decide which government will win the upcoming election.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk called the snap November 25 election last month after visiting acting Governor Chief Justice Catherine Holmes at Government House, sending voters to the polls two months early....
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Amazon welcome for growing Kogan

Kogan shares have jumped on news that the online retailer's revenue for the first four months of FY18 is up 36 per cent on the same period last year.
Kogan chief executive and founder Ruslan Kogan has tried to reassure investors that the business will benefit, rather than suffer, from the arrival of Amazon in Australia. As a positive trading update sent Kogan shares to a three-week high, Mr Ko...
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The national auction clearance rate has improved to 65.4 from a revised 62.8 per cent, but the market continues to slow, new CoreLogic figures show.
Home sales across Australia's capital cities have edged higher in the past week, but softness in the Sydney market has continued to weigh on prices. The national auction clearance rate rose to 65.4 per cent in the week to November 19, preliminary...
The AGE argues that there is no rational justification to deny people in love the right to marry.
Australians have voted in favour of allowing same-sex couples to marry in a landmark national survey.  The Yes vote triumphed with 61.6 per cent of the vote, while 38.4 per cent voted No.  The AGE says that parliament now has no choice but to do ...
According to the Department of Health Australia, smoking tobacco is recognised as one of the largest preventable causes of death and disease in Australia.
According to the Department of Health Australia, smoking tobacco is recognised as one of the largest preventable causes of death and disease in Australia. Each year, smoking kills an estimated 15,000 Australians and costs Australia $31.5 billion...
While the total number of global deaths from terrorism has declined for the second year in a row, attacks are spreading into an increasing number of countries.
The total number of global deaths from terrorism has declined for the second year in a row. The Global Terrorism Index (GTI), compiled by an Australian research body, indicates there's been 22 per cent fewer recorded deaths from terrorism since t...