August 2004

(QldGovSpin) Mareeba solicitor appointed Magistrate

Submitted by Editor on Fri, 27/08/2004 - 02:39

Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Rod Welford, today announced the appointment of a new Queensland Magistrate.

Stunning examples of ancient Aboriginal rock art are the highlight of the new Quinkan and Regional Cultural Centre located in the Cape York town of Laura.

Good People & People of Faith,

I'd like to bring you a more personal update in what has happened in the last week and what we might expect in the future. I won't spend time recapping what has past and our goals, for those:

Fathers 4 Justice-Nl photos online.

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 26/08/2004 - 02:12

Images from the F4J demo in Holland where a Dutch father placed his child's
toys on the steps of the kinderberscherming yesterday can be seen via:

(QldGovSpin) Amnesty nets 1005 guns so far

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 26/08/2004 - 01:35

The Minister for Police and Corrective Services, Judy Spence, today revealed more than 1000 guns have been surrendered or registered during the first two months of the general firearms amnesty.

(Non-CustodialParentsParty) Federal Election

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 26/08/2004 - 01:22

The forthcoming Federal Election is imminent. The Election is one of the few avenues where we can show the major parties that family law issues are important.

(QldGovSpin) Government to consider NLIS report

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 26/08/2004 - 01:11

The Queensland Government will consider a report prepared by an industry-based committee regarding the implementation of the identification and tracking system for the State's cattle - the National Livestock Identification Scheme (NLIS).

Primary Industries & Fisheries, Henry Palaszczuk


Primary Industries Minister Henry Palaszczuk said he had asked the Queensland NLIS Implementation Committee (QNIC) chaired by prominent beef industry producer and leader Peter Milne to develop a draft implementation plan for NLIS for cattle in Queensland.

(Greens-Media) Trade and democracy

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 26/08/2004 - 01:07

ACT Greens MLA Kerrie Tucker has argued that trade agreements, as they are currently made, are bad for communitiesand for local democracy, following today's tabling of the ACT Assembly's Public Accounts Committee's unanimous report on the impact of the General Agreement on Trade in Services, and of the U. S. Free Trade Agreement.

A Beattie Government Minister has put fathering front and centre on the national agenda.

Kens Comment: Watch this minister. She speaks with a forked tongue.

Greens MLC and transport spokesperson Lee Rhiannon is calling for Transport Minister Michael Costa to be stripped of his portfolio due to public statements from his office telling people to 'buy a car' if they are fed up with the rail services.



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