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Amazon has sorta, kinda launched in Australia

For years, many Australians have only been able to window-shop at Amazon. Now, the Australian iteration of Amazon Marketplace has seemingly launched in the country on Thursday afternoon, although..
Mashable

LNP to scrap Cross River Rail if elected

Queensland's LNP opposition will can the Cross River Rail project if it is elected to government this weekend.
SBS

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News video: Amazon Australia Set for Soft Launch Today

Amazon Australia Set for Soft Launch Today 02:45

Nov.22 -- Gary Mortimer, associate professor at Queensland University of Technology, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Jitendra Waral discuss the launch of Amazon in Australia and how it will impact retail..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Dust cloud causes terrifying collision

Dust cloud causes terrifying collision 00:36

This driver continued for 30 minutes on a road completely covered with dust in Queensland, Australia. The dash cam caught the moment in which the car unexpectedly crashed into a truck hidden by the..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Whale Shark Casually Swims Past Queensland Park Ranger

Whale Shark Casually Swims Past Queensland Park Ranger 00:44

A six-metre whale shark surprised a Queensland National Parks ranger conducting reef surveys off the Townsville coast.This video, posted to Facebook on November 22, shows the shark encounter.The shark,..
Source: Storyful Studio -

News video: Anti-Adani Coal Mine Protesters Interrupt MP's Speech in Townsville

Anti-Adani Coal Mine Protesters Interrupt MP's Speech in Townsville 00:45

Protesters interrupted a speech by Queensland opposition leader Tim Nicholls as he arrived on stage at a Townsville event on Wednesday, November 22. The demonstrators hid under the stage for hours..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Animal Rights Activists Protest Outside Queensland Abattoir

Animal Rights Activists Protest Outside Queensland Abattoir 00:52

Protesters gathered at an abattoir in Gleneagle, Queensland, on Tuesday, November 21, after a video was released by Animal Liberation Queensland showing what they said was a worker there stamping on a..
Source: Rumble -

 

Australian Open golf 2017: Anthony Quayle soars into contention after remote Top End upbringing

Anthony Quayle is the other golfing export from Queensland's Hills College, alongside Jason Day. But when you can't leave your home town for seven years because of its remoteness, his story is nothing..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hammond glosses over gloomy growth

hammond glosses over gloomy growth
There's a wonderful clip doing the rounds of Australian MP Bob Katter answering a question on the country’s new equal marriage law. He’s all in favour of it – “let a thousand blossoms..
City A.M.

Qld Labor announces four new taxes

Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt has announced four new taxes and charges in an effort to pay for Labor's more than $2 billion worth of election promises.
SBS

Qld Labor to hit betting companies

Queensland Labor will impose a new 15 per cent tax on interstate and overseas betting companies like Lottoland, saying they have to pay their way.
SBS

Pauline Hanson doesn't know her candidate's name

Pauline Hanson can't name the One Nation candidate running in the seat of Toohey at the Queensland election on Saturday.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Australia: Non-conforming building products – the risk for contractors in Queensland - Holding Redlich

This new Act imposes important duties on each person in the chain of responsibility in the use of the building product.
Mondaq

The dispiriting Queensland election campaign is a perfect example of Australia's shrinking political ambition

This chart shows how politics is being done in this country.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

The Premier survives another day in the wilds of the Queensland election campaign

The urge to get between a camera lens and a furry animal becomes unbearable for many politicians nearing the end of a wearying election campaign, and Queensland Premier Annastacia​ Palaszczuk​..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

A snake is hiding somewhere in this pile of sticks

a snake is hiding somewhere in this pile of sticks
A Queensland snake catcher has captured an image of a highly-camouflaged snake hiding among fallen branches - another reminder to check where you are walking through the summer.
MailOnline

England at the Gabba: How tourists' Ashes chances hinge on first Test

england at the gabba: how tourists' ashes chances hinge on first test
**England’s record at the Gabba** If there’s been one constant to England lifting the Ashes in Australia in recent decades, it’s been managing to avoid defeat at the Gabba. Australia have..
City A.M.

Aerobic exercise can help you recover from a brain injury 

aerobic exercise can help you recover from a brain injury 
New research from the University of Queensland has found that exercise can also play an important role in the recovery for people with a brain injury.
MailOnline

Ashes 2017: Trevor Bayliss plays down concerns over England's bowling ahead of first Test

Joe Root's team were forced to spend 75 overs in the baking Queensland sun for the reward of just one wicket as Matthew Short and Jason Sangha both posted their maiden first-class centuries
Independent

Vicki Miller stages maternity shoot for pregnant dog Cindi

vicki miller stages maternity shoot for pregnant dog cindi
Queensland photographer Vicki Miller staged an intimate maternity shoot for her pregnant sausage dog named Cindi.
MailOnline

New South Wales v Queensland : Burnt toast stops play in Sheffield Shield match

new south wales v queensland : burnt toast stops play in sheffield shield match
Burnt toast holds up play for 30 minutes in a Sheffield Shield match after Australia Test spinner Nathan Lyon's attempt at making a snack went wrong.
BBC Sport

City Moves for 15 November 2017 - who's switching jobs?

city moves for 15 november 2017 - who's switching jobs?
Today's City Moves cover real estate, mining and finance advisory. Take a look at these movers and shakers: *Knight Frank* Knight Frank, the global property adviser, has today launched a new debt..
City A.M.


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