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We need any new laws on what we can and can’t do to be clear to all, applied consistently and transparently, which is not the case at the moment.
Chris Masters, Tony Fitzgerald and Joh Bjelke-Petersen were all central to the inquiry that rocked Queensland.
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With its details of widespread corruption, the Fitzgerald report remains a cataclysmic event in Queensland politics, and still resonates today.
The way Queenslanders vote and the number of MPs they’ll have to elect have both suddenly changed, after a dramatic night in parliament.
An “appalling” return to “the bad old days of Queensland politics” – why political analysts are so concerned about the shock overhaul of voting and the number of MPs in Queensland.
Queensland Police Commissioner Terry Lewis was a target of the Fitzgerald Inquiry.
Matthew Condon’s new book, All Fall Down, ends Queensland Police Commissioner Terry Lewis’ story amid the demise of the Rat Pack and their corrupt system of graft payments known as “The Joke”.
Corruption-buster Tony Fitzgerald is urging Queenslanders to lodge a protest vote against the major parties if they want to see real political reform.
Tony Fitzgerald had a point when he recently urged Queenslanders not to vote for either of the major parties in the January 31 state election. The 73-year-old, who headed Queensland’s landmark corruption…
Wayne Goss claims victory in the 1989 Queensland election, when Labor won government after 32 years in opposition.
Thank you, Queensland. You’ve been good to me. I hope I’ve left you a better place. So said Wayne Goss as he resigned the role of premier on February 19, 1996. He had served since the election in December…