Rae Wilson

Rae Wilson
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Published a story 1:50pm Jul 30th

A DOCTOR has lodged legal action to lift a suspension, without pay, from his public duties at Rockhampton hospital.

Dr Vega Vega seeks to lift suspension by CQHHS to practice

30 Jul 2014

A DOCTOR has lodged legal action to lift a suspension, without pay, from his public duties at Rockhampton hospital.

Published a story 5:55am Jul 30th

DANIEL Morcombe’s murderer Brett Peter Cowan is a “classic example” of why Queensland should have a sex offender registry, Derryn Hinch says.

Hinch uses Morcombe tragedy to push registry

30 Jul 2014

DANIEL Morcombe’s murderer Brett Peter Cowan is a “classic example” of why Queensland should have a sex offender registry, Derryn Hinch says.

Published a story 6:52pm Jul 29th

THE fate of an Ipswich woman’s $2 million estate has been decided through a court because advanced Alzheimer’s disease has stolen her capacity to make a will.

Court decides fate of $2m estate because of Alzheimer's

30 Jul 2014

THE fate of an Ipswich woman’s $2 million estate has been decided through a court because advanced Alzheimer’s disease has stolen her capacity to make a will.

Published a story 6:33pm Jul 29th

THE Queensland Parole Board has questioned a judicial direction to reconsider parole for a man who horrifically raped and murdered a woman almost 30 years ago.

Fight to keep murderer behind bars after 29 years

30 Jul 2014

THE Queensland Parole Board has questioned a judicial direction to reconsider parole for a man who horrifically raped and murdered a woman almost 30 years ago.

Published a story 5:47pm Jul 29th

MACKAY will host a tourism events conference expected to inject about $230,000 into the economy in one weekend.

Mackay to host $230,000 worth of events in one weekend

30 Jul 2014

MACKAY will host a tourism events conference expected to inject about $230,000 into the economy in one weekend.

Published a story 12:38pm Jul 29th

A SEX offenders register to be considered by Queensland Government

Sex offenders register 'in the mix' for Queensland

29 Jul 2014

A SEX offenders register to be considered by Queensland Government

Published a story 11:34am Jul 29th

Mental health is a growing issue among FIFO workers with the culture of "suck it up" only compounding the issue.

Don't tell fly-in fly-out workers to suck it up

29 Jul 2014

Mental health is a growing issue among FIFO workers with the culture of "suck it up" only compounding the issue.

Published a story 7:29pm Jul 28th

STAMPING out the “suck it up, princess” attitude pervading some mining sites could be a good start for suicide prevention, says one crisis support organisation.

"Suck it up, princess" attitude on mines need to end

29 Jul 2014

STAMPING out the “suck it up, princess” attitude pervading some mining sites could be a good start for suicide prevention, says one crisis support organisation.

Published a story 7:03pm Jul 28th

PENSIONERS, refugees and people “falling through the gaps” will be able to put meals on the table with any move to shift carbon tax savings to Queenslanders.

Salvos support Carbon Tax repeal if it helps those in need

29 Jul 2014

PENSIONERS, refugees and people “falling through the gaps” will be able to put meals on the table with any move to shift carbon tax savings to Queenslanders.

Published a story 6:42pm Jul 28th

QUEENSLAND Premier Newman believes royalties from the Carmichael Mine approval will help pay for schools, hospitals and other infrastructure across the state.

Premier hopes new mine will help fund schools and hospitals

28 Jul 2014

QUEENSLAND Premier Newman believes royalties from the Carmichael Mine approval will help pay for schools, hospitals and other infrastructure across the state.

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