Whatever the Queensland election outcome, Turnbull losesNo matter who claims the Queensland election today Malcolm Turnbull loses.“If the (Liberal National Party) wins, it will be in spite of us, and if it loses, it will be because of us,” one federal minister lamented.It’s one of three electoral hurdles facing the prime minister on his rocky race to the sanctuary of Christmas, and he could stumble over two of them.
The family of one of three Marines killed in an aircraft accident off the coast of Queensland has asked for prayers for their lost loved one. Corporal Nathan Ordway from Wichita, Kansas, was onboard the MV-22 Osprey that crashed as it attempted to land on the USS Green Bay about 4pm Saturday, about 30km from Shoalwater Bay military training area. It's believe the controversial tilt rotor aircraft slammed into the flight deck and slid into the Coral Sea.
It's hard to imagine anything more painful than losing a child. Knowing that your son or daughter will never fulfill their life's potential, and that your time spent getting to know them, and to love them, has been cut so very short. Sadly Sarah and Peter Milosevic know all too well the suffering that comes from such loss. Their little Sophie was taken from them before she'd drawn her first breath.
@StirlHinchliffe@Brentus88@9NewsBrisbane Come now Brent. You worked in politics long enough to know "there a no plans," is get out clause. We repeatedly asked QR boss if the line was closing & wouldn't answer, only saying, they're not planning to. It took the story airing for a Minister to act. I'd say the story worked.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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