The premier will campaign in Cairns today, while Mr Nicholls will be in Bundaberg in the state’s Wide Bay region. Continuing the party’s election campaign infrastructure focus, Liberal National Party leader Tim Nicholls has pledged a further $360 million to upgrade the Bruce Highway. After flying into Bundaberg overnight, Mr Nicholls made the announcement while touring a chili sauce production and distribution facility in Bundaberg this morning.
Speaking to AAP ahead of the centenary of the Battle of Beersheba, which the film is based on, the actors recalled working with Blake, who at the time was seen as someone with the potential to be as big as Mel Gibson. "He was jovial and friendly and just a great bloke," Phelps told AAP. The three actors were among the main cast in 1986 when a horrific car accident after the film wrapped left Blake with permanent brain damage. He died about 25 years later.
The High Court is due to complete three days of hearings into the eligibility of seven members of parliament on Thursday, but there is no indication yet when a judgment might be released. "Ordinarily it's a matter of weeks or a couple of months, but of course their honours would be well aware of the public importance of knowing the outcome of these proceedings as soon as they may reasonably be known," Senator Brandis told Sky News on Wednesday.
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Selecting a term
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