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24
Jan

Biggest rise in beach closures due to crocodiles in Far North in five years

Biggest rise in beach closures due to crocodiles in Far North in five years
CROCODILES have forced the closure of more Far Northern beaches in the past 12 months than five years ago. Two separate crocodile sightings at North Mission Beach and Kewarra Beach resulted in the popular coastal spots being shut to swimmers earlier last week.

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23
Jan

The North West Star column: Robbie Katter MP

The North West Star column: Robbie Katter MP
WE'VE started the New Year with a continuation of last year's positive finish to 2016 with more good news for the region. It was pleasing to hear Mount Isa was one of the big beneficiaries of the State Government's Works for Queensland program last week.

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21
Jan

Bob Katter explains impact that Centrelink bonus cuts will have on disadvantaged families

Bob Katter explains impact that Centrelink bonus cuts will have on disadvantaged families
THE phasing out of Centrelink's Schoolkids Bonus means single mothers have lost about 10 per cent of the money they received on welfare compared with last year, says Bob Katter. "It bloody hurts" the poorest families struggling in the regional communities such as...

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20
Jan

Bob Katter declares war on "fake" indigenous artwork

Bob Katter declares war on
BOB Katter wants to introduce a new law to allow inspectors to police souvenir stores and penalise owners for selling fake indigenous artwork. But the independent Member for Kennedy appears confused about what constitutes "fake", including a licenced artwork...

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20
Jan

Rob Katter praised by Mount Isa City Council mayor following Works for Queensland funding announcement

Rob Katter praised by Mount Isa City Council mayor following Works for Queensland funding announcement
MOUNT Isa mayor Joyce McCulloch strides into the Family Fun Park and greets the state member of parliament with a hug. "Hi big fella, thank you!" she says, praising Rob Katter for his efforts in helping the council secure $3.03 million in state funding to upgrade the city's facilities.

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