SCHOOLS OUT: The winter school holidays have begun!

Time to pack the car up, get the family together and see what Queensland has to offer. You can go hiking outdoors or toast marshmallows around a campfire – the choices are endless!

But wait, did you know firefighters responded to more than 700 road crashes in Qld during the winter school holidays last year?

Stay safe on the roads and...
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SCHOOLS OUT: The winter school holidays have begun
We're proud to support the University of Southern Queensland at an event in Toowoomba today, to welcome newly-arrived Iraqi and Yazidi community members to the area. Toowoomba is a Refugee Welcome Zone and this work is part of our community connection work in alliance with the Queensland Police Service and University of Southern Queensland - Australia.
Were proud to support the University of Southern Queensland at an event
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“We deployed 200 cameras around Australia and overseas over a single two-day period,”
“We deployed 200 cameras around Australia and overseas over a single twoday period”

Ground-breaking series filmed in 48 hours documents Australia’s national security

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It takes three hours in the make-up chair to transform Walton into Araluen
It takes three hours in the makeup chair to transform Walton into Araluen

Unique Cleverman concept hooked Tasma

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"Let's get one thing clear: Netflix is NOT about to be banned if it doesn't start commissioning more Australian content." Karl Quinn writer The Age - theage.com.au
Lets get one thing clear Netflix is NOT about to be banned

Chill, Netflix is safe but the picture for Australian TV drama is less clear

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“People in the TV industry have understood for years that enhancing the diversity of writing and directing improves the stories that appear onscreen"
People in the TV industry have understood for years that enhancing the

TV Tax Credit Linking Diversity to Hiring Passes NY Legislature

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Australian Aboriginal art makes its way to Nashville! We were excited to attend the preview of #AncestralModern Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan and Levi Collection, now on display at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville (Jun 23 - Oct 15). If you're in Nashville be sure to drop by this unique exhibit! Exhibition organised by Seattle Art Museum and American Federation of Arts
Australian Aboriginal art makes its way to Nashville We were excited to
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#FluTip4

Everyone knows someone who insists on coming to work when they're sick - (I'm looking at you Bob ????) Powering through work when you're unwell makes everyone else sick, which is never cool
More tips for stopping the spread of flu: qld.gov.au/FLU
FluTip4 Everyone knows someone who insists on coming to work when theyre
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Food Recall:
1. Hershey's Kitchens Premier White Chips 340g
2. Hershey's Kisses Creamy Milk Chocolate with Almonds 146g
3. Hershey's Kisses Cookies 'n' Creme 146g

The products have been available for sale at Aldi stores in QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC, SA, and WA.

Best before:
1. 04/2018
2. 07/04/2018, 21/02/2018
3. 03/11/2017, 05/04/2018

Reason for recall: The potential presence of undeclared...
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Food Recall 1 Hersheys Kitchens Premier White Chips 340g 2 Hersheys Kisses
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Need something to listen to on the way home from work?

Try Pod On The Hill!
Need something to listen to on the way home from work

Pod On The Hill by Victorian Labor on Apple Podcasts

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Uh oh. Looks like Liberal MP Tim Smith’s been clutching his third year economics text book too tightly.

His big solution to keeping new housing developments out of Kew and other wealthy suburbs is to offload thousands of people into regional areas.

With no plan for jobs, no plan for schools or hospitals. #fridaycow
Uh oh Looks like Liberal MP Tim Smiths been clutching his third
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Getting a great response to this weeks episode of Pod On The Hill with Former Premier John Cain.

Check it out.
Getting a great response to this weeks episode of Pod On The

Pod On The Hill by Victorian Labor on Apple Podcasts

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It's been an exciting week at NIDA with leading UK puppeteer, Finn Caldwell, in the building to teach some of our students the art of puppetry in theatre. Finn (whose work includes the international stage hit, War Horse) spent the week experimenting with ideas, and will return next year to direct one of our student productions.
Its been an exciting week at NIDA with leading UK puppeteer Finn
WARNING ⚠ - HAZARDS IN THE CBD
The government implemented overnight installation of concrete block bollards along the outer edge of pavements in the CBD - near Federation Square, Southern Cross Station and Bourke Street Mall. These bollards are concrete, limited contrast to the ground, approximately 1 metre square and spaced about one and half metres apart. They have virtually no contrast....
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WARNING HAZARDS IN THE CBD The government implemented overnight installation of concrete
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We are very happy to introduce Eduardo Bermudez to you all. Eduardo who joins us in the position of Marketing Manager, comes to us highly recommended and with a wealth of experience. We are looking forward to the positive contribution Eduardo will make to our team. Welcome to MCIE!
We are very happy to introduce Eduardo Bermudez to you all Eduardo
Keeping a tight rein on your credit card can be a routine struggle. Australians currently have around $52 billion worth of debt on their 16.7 million credit cards.

The Turnbull Government believes it is vital that we protect vulnerable Australians and we are taking action to put more power in the hands of Australians and protect them from predatory credit card practices.
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Craig Bermingham
Michelle Thompson
The Turnbull Government is on the side of Australians struggling with credit card debt. We are acting to protect you from credit card sharks.
The Turnbull Government is on the side of Australians struggling with credit
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Anna Czajka
Brian Harward
We all need to manage our own debts and we’re responsible for them but when people are under financial pressure, we don’t want them to be taken advantage of by credit card sharks.

Read more: [ Treasury.gov.au Link ]

Listen here: [ Omny.fm Link ]
We all need to manage our own debts and were responsible for

Treasurer Scott Morrison - On The Money - Omny.fm

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