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Queensland opposition leader Deb Frecklington denies youth curfew is racist

SBS Friday, 23 October 2020
Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington says "people are being racist" about her plan for a youth curfew in two north Queensland cities.
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Victoria is one day from eliminating coronavirus as Queensland and Tasmania set to reopen borders

Queensland's border will reopen to Victoria on 1 December, while Tasmania's will do the same on 27 November as South Australia's pizza bar cluster grows.
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Victoria is one day from eliminating coronavirus as Queensland and Tasmania reopen borders

Queensland's border will reopen to Victoria on 1 December, while Tasmania's will do the same on 27 November.
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Queensland and Tasmania will both reopen their borders to Victoria over the next week

Queensland's border will reopen to Victorians on 1 December, while Tasmania's will do the same on 27 November.
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Queensland will reopen its border to Victorians next week

It comes a day after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced travel from Greater Sydney will be permitted from 1 December.
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Queensland will reopen its border to Victorians from 1 December

It comes a day after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced travel from Greater Sydney will be permitted from 1 December.
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