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Qld Govt gives gun owners 3 months to register weapons

QUEENSLANDERS with unregistered firearms have three months to register or hand their weapons in under a state-wide gun amnesty.

The State Government is offering unregistered firearm owners the chance to legalise or forfeit their arms to local registered dealers or police stations.

Tough new firearm laws, including mandatory five year jail sentences for convicted firearm traffickers, were passed through Parliament last year.

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MARKING FAIL: Ipswich school will undergo full review

The QT's front page story, October 12

Top Education Queensland official steps in

UPDATE: Investigation launched into train derailment

Two people were on board a train that derailed at Wulkuraka.

VIDEO: Three carriages were partially lifted off the track.

Hootie & The Blowfish: Darius Rucker ready to rock CMC

American singer Darius Rucker will headline the 2018 CMC Rocks music festival.

EXPECT a few Hootie & The Blowfish hits when Rucker plays CMC Rocks.

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