Rae Wilson

Rae Wilson
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Published a story 2:12pm Sep 2nd

POLICE used telephoneintercepts to nab a Mountain Creek man trafficking methylamphetamines, ecstasy and pot, but that did not deter him.

Phone taps land ice king in prison

2 Sep 2014

POLICE used telephoneintercepts to nab a Mountain Creek man trafficking methylamphetamines, ecstasy and pot, but that did not deter him.

Published a story 8:47pm Sep 1st

POLICE nabbed a Mountain Creek man trafficking drugs through telephone intercepts but that did not deter him from his trade.

Getting caught didn't stop man from dealing drugs

2 Sep 2014

POLICE nabbed a Mountain Creek man trafficking drugs through telephone intercepts but that did not deter him from his trade.

Published a story 8:21pm Sep 1st

AS rural firefighters fear for high-density areas, they are happy they can now keep their prized firetrucks for an extra decade to tackle such tasks.

Rural firefighters allowed to keep firetrucks ten more years

2 Sep 2014

AS rural firefighters fear for high-density areas, they are happy they can now keep their prized firetrucks for an extra decade to tackle such tasks.

Published a story 8:12pm Sep 1st

THE Opposition has attacked Lawrence Springborg’s focus after his full diary was accidentally released revealing seven fundraising events in one month.

Health Minister criticised for attending too many functions

2 Sep 2014

THE Opposition has attacked Lawrence Springborg’s focus after his full diary was accidentally released revealing seven fundraising events in one month.

Published a story 7:57pm Sep 1st

LAWYERS for a trio convicted of murdering another prisoner have argued the case was weak and the jury heard evidence that should have been excluded.

High Court refuses appeal for trio of convicted murderers

2 Sep 2014

LAWYERS for a trio convicted of murdering another prisoner have argued the case was weak and the jury heard evidence that should have been excluded.

Published a story 6:14pm Sep 1st

ABOUT 30,000 Queensland students will today begin the test that helps determine their ranking for entry to university and TAFE courses.

QCS test lands for around 30,000 QLD students today

2 Sep 2014

ABOUT 30,000 Queensland students will today begin the test that helps determine their ranking for entry to university and TAFE courses.

Published a story 7:03pm Aug 28th

IN defending the LNP’s decision to open up Royalties for the Regions funding to non-mining areas, Jeff Seeney suggested a “little conspiracy” had been hatched.

Seeney rejects Royalties for the Regions is pork-barrelling

29 Aug 2014

IN defending the LNP’s decision to open up Royalties for the Regions funding to non-mining areas, Jeff Seeney suggested a “little conspiracy” had been hatched.

Published a story 5:25pm Aug 28th

A FORMER Japanese prime minister caught in the Fukushima nuclear disaster warned about the dangers of nuclear power.

Naoto Kan tells Australia risk with nuclear is too great

29 Aug 2014

A FORMER Japanese prime minister caught in the Fukushima nuclear disaster warned about the dangers of nuclear power.

Published a story 4:15pm Aug 28th

MORE than 60 teachers have nominated to become online mentors to support rural and remote teachers from 2015.

Online mentors to support remote teachers across state

29 Aug 2014

MORE than 60 teachers have nominated to become online mentors to support rural and remote teachers from 2015.

Published a story 6:21pm Aug 27th

OPPOSITION Deputy Leader Tim Mulherin will no longer have to participate in the parliamentary committee process thanks to a bigger team.

Bigger team gets Tim Mulherin out of parliamentary committee

27 Aug 2014

OPPOSITION Deputy Leader Tim Mulherin will no longer have to participate in the parliamentary committee process thanks to a bigger team.

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