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Australian politician

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Annastacia Palaszczuk: Australian politician
Annastacia Palaszczuk is an Australian politician and 39th Premier of Queensland, serving since the 2015 election. She has been a Labor member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland since the 2006 election, representing the electorate of Inala. She held various ministerial portfolios in the Bligh Labor government from 2009. Following Labor's defeat in the 2012 election, Palaszczuk succeeded Bligh as leader of Queensland Labor. After the defeat of the Newman LNP government in 2015, Palaszczuk became the first woman in Australia to become Premier of a state from Opposition. Her first ministry was majority female, a first in Australia.

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Qld anger over Sunshine Coast Daily pic

The Queensland government has complained to the Australia Press Council after a newspaper published an altered image of Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
SBS - Published

Palaszczuk rules out Qld cabinet shakeup

Annastacia Palaszczuk will not reshuffle her cabinet despite mounting concerns that more regional MPs should be given prime positions at the table.
SBS - Published

Qld govt under pressure to make Adani call

Annastacia Palaszczuk's government is under increasing pressure to make a decision on Adani's plans for a new coal mine in central Queensland.
SBS - Published

Federal election wake-up call for Qld govt

The Queensland opposition says Labor's poor federal election showing can be attributed to Annastacia Palaszczuk's "anti-resources" agenda.
SBS - Published

'Anti-jobs' Palaszczuk cost ALP federally

The Queensland opposition says Labor's poor federal election showing can be attributed to Annastacia Palaszczuk's "anti-resources" agenda.
SBS - Published

Thurston statue announced during grilling

Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a statue of Johnathan Thurston in Townsville but not everyone is happy.
SBS - Published

Palaszczuk won't remove watch house kids

The Queensland premier's department is looking into revelations young children are being held in adult watch houses.
SBS - Published

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