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Greens campaigners in South Brisbane

The most important result of the Queensland election is the advance of the Greens. The Greens have increased their representation from one to at least two members of parliament.

Also significant is the return of the Palaszczuk Labor government. This is a vindication of the generally good (albeit inconsistent) approach taken by Queensland Labor to tackling the coronavirus pandemic.

Contracted by Centrelink, Serco has sacked hundreds of call centre operators in Melbourne, reports Jim McIlroy.

The coronial inquest into the death of Dunghutti man Nathan Reynolds has heard a litany of evidence of gross medical neglect and prison indifference, reports Rachel Evans.

Scott Morrison’s indignation over Australia Post CEO gifting Cartier watches to senior executives was crafted to deflect mounting pressure for a federal integrity commission, writes Jim McIlroy.

Emma Murphy reports that history has been made following a judge's decision to commit a police officer to stand trial for the murder of Kumanjayi Walker.

An online forum was told of the extra hardships LGBTI refugees applying for asylum face. Chris Slee reports.

Efforts to save sacred trees in Djab Wurrung country have been dealt a savage blow. Alex Milne reports.

Traditional Owners from the Northern Territory have again made it clear to Origin Energy that they do not want gas infrastructure crossing through their country and sacred sites, writes Pip Hinman.

People rallied in rain at the opening of a NSW parliamentary inquiry into Aboriginal deaths in custody, reports Peter Boyle.

The community is incensed about a private club's proposal to privatise a section of the iconic beach, reports Jim McIlroy.

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