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The Australian Labor Party - Queensland Branch. Loving life in the Sunshine State ☀️💯 (All content authorised J Campbell ALP Brisbane)
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Queensland Labor Jun 17
📈 Skyrocketing: LNP junk mail from Brisbane City Council 📈 Skyrocketing: Your rates bill...
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Queensland Labor Jun 15
Just another cost blowout by Adrian Schrinner and the LNP, more obsessed with sending glossy junk mail with ratepayers money than sorting out their budget blunders…
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Queensland Labor Jun 15
We made a choice to back Queensland jobs in this budget. Investment in infrastructure, tourism and construction as well as health and education. Jobs for Queenslanders today will build the Queensland of tomorrow.
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Queensland Labor Jun 14
Our budget delivers record health funding to keep you well and enjoying the better things in life. Labor builds our hospitals. But now Deb Frecklington and the LNP won't rule out more cuts and job losses to frontline services. When the LNP say saving, they mean cut.
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Queensland Labor Jun 13
Labor chose to back jobs in our state budget, because a good jobs means a good life. We're investing in new infrastructure, delivering lower taxes for 13,200 small and medium businesses, and introducing new incentives for all businesses to hire more Queenslanders.
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Queensland Labor Jun 13
Looks like Deb Frecklington & the LNP will channel Campbell Newman and go after frontline public servants again. History tells us that’s how the LNP saves money. Don't forget what happened last time.
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Annastacia Palaszczuk Jun 12
BREAKING: Job Stats for May- a total of 207,000 jobs now created under my government - source ABS
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Queensland Labor Jun 12
Cut, sack, sell. Deb Frecklington was Campbell Newman's Assistant Treasurer when the LNP handed down their cruel budget. Now she won't rule out even more cuts.
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Queensland Labor Jun 12
Can always count on the LNP to cut, sack and sell. Always.
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Queensland Labor Jun 11
Replying to @QLDLabor
We are choosing to invest in infrastructure because we can afford it, and it will create far more jobs than the LNP's stock standard approach of cutting, sacking and selling.
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Queensland Labor Jun 11
The hypocrisy of the LNP... Deb Frecklington spent the last 24 hours complaining about Queensland's 'out-of-control' debt, yet put forward no plan to ensure our economy continues to grow. Adrian Schrinner said "You can't build a city without building infrastructure”. Agree!
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Queensland Labor Jun 11
The Palaszczuk Labor Government's budget means over 10,000 Queensland businesses will pay lower taxes. That's more money to hire staff, buy equipment and get ahead. Stronger businesses are the backbone of a stronger Queensland.
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Queensland Labor Jun 11
Under our Palaszczuk Labor Government, nearly 200,000 jobs have been created since our election in 2015. Our goal has, and always will be, creating an economy that works for all Queenslanders. This budget is backing jobs because a good job means a good life.
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Queensland Labor Jun 10
New jobs right across QLD to build our state. Record education funding to make sure our kids get the very best. Record health funding to make sure you spend less time sick and more time with family. Another budget surplus. The 2019 QLD Budget proudly chooses QLD jobs.
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Queensland Labor Jun 10
Food on the table. A roof over your head. A good job is so much more than a number. That's why Labor has chosen to invest in Queensland jobs in today's budget.
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Jim Chalmers MP Jun 10
My piece in the today: our economy is floundering, middle Australia is struggling and the Morrison Government has no plan to turn things around
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Queensland Labor Jun 10
Today's budget makes a choice to back Queensland jobs, and invest in our regions. In the face of slowing national economic conditions, we are continuing to back Queensland jobs, and we're doing while delivering a $841 million surplus.
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Queensland Labor Jun 10
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Queensland Labor Jun 10
Maybe if the LNP at Brisbane City Council didn't spend ratepayers money sending millions of glossy election pamphlets, we wouldn't have to cop a 2.5% rate rise...
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Anthony Albanese Jun 4
Good turnout tonight at Andergrove Tavern in Mackay to receive feedback on listening tour
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