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That was a very unfortunate process we never want to see repeated and we do need to make sure we engage and stay engaged with government," he said. "Any changes that are brought forward need to be planned appropriately and delivered appropriately. "..
The Federal Opposition says Health Minister Peter Dutton should help resolve Queensland's doctors' contracts dispute. Federal Opposition health spokeswoman Catherine King says there does not appear to be a back-up plan if Queensland doctors carry out
Health says a union campaign of misinformation has forced it to take legal action amid a bitter dispute about new work contracts for doctors. The Federal Court will on Monday hear an application lodged by the state's health authority aimed at
Unions unfazed by Queensland Government legal action Updated March 30, 2014 14:29:12 Unions say they will not be silenced or intimidated by the Queensland Government's attempt to take them to court over doctors' contracts.
The Mater stands to gain 16 hectares of land, according to a confidential memorandum of understanding (MOU). The MOU was signed in December 2008, three months before the Bligh government was to face an election. The closure of the Royal Children's
THE Tasmanian Labor Party denies it has misrepresented Queensland's controversial health redundancies for political gain in the lead-up to its state election. The advertisements on television and online say mass sackings in Queensland under the LNP
Queensland Health issues measles alert after infected woman flew in to Brisbane Updated January 27, 2014 08:54:46 Queensland Health says a large number of people have potentially been exposed to measles from a woman travelling back to Brisbane from
Amy Remeikis Health Minister Lawrence Springborg has been upstaged by the Tasmanian government. In a release sent out by the Tasmanian Premier, Lara Giddings, on Monday, the Apple Isle's Attorney-General Brian Wrightman named his state's outgoing
Queensland is leading to more deaths of pregnant women and an increase in birth defects, new data suggests. There are concerns the Sunshine State may be headed down the same path as the US where maternal mortality rates more than doubled from 1987 to
Queensland police are recruiting real estate agents to help them find and dismantle clandestine drug laboratories. A training program has been established to teach rental property managers how to spot illegal activity and potentially collect evidence