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Pathology, ISSN 0031-3025, 02/2017, Volume 49, pp. S74 - S75
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 05/2013
  Former premier Anna Bligh has defended her decision not to sue IBM over the disastrous Queensland Health payroll system. 
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 07/2010
In separate letters to the Queensland and Western Australian attorneys-general, Amnesty says "there must be accountability for the gross violation of Mr... 
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Gold Coast Bulletin (Queensland, Australia), ISSN 1321-3830, 05/2013, p. 6
  The Health Payroll Inquiry is examining why the former Labor government did not sue IBM for delivering a flawed system which resulted in thousands of pay... 
Computer industry | Cases | Litigation
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 09/2009
Teenage sailor Jessica Watson is expected to sail from the Gold Coast to Sydney later this week in her second sea trial ahead of her solo around-the-world trip. 
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The Courier - Mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 03/2009
A PROMINENT Aboriginal activist, an anti-fluoride campaigner and a serial candidate have lined up to challenge Queensland Premier Anna Bligh in her Brisbane... 
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The Cairns Post, ISSN 1322-8587, 02/2012
An Olympic-sized swimming pool, more riverfront parklands, shops and restaurants are part of a major expansion plan Ms Bligh has for South Bank, the heart of... 
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 09/2010
Queensland Premer Anna Bligh has spent the night working as an orderly in a Brisbane hospital to get in touch with ordinary workers. 
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 08/2009
Anna Bligh vowed to make Qld the most transparent state in Australia following serious allegations of corrupt links between businesses and her government. 
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Journal of Hepatology, ISSN 0168-8278, 04/2012, Volume 56, pp. S510 - S510
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Journal of Hepatology, ISSN 0168-8278, 2012, Volume 56, pp. S510 - S510
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 06/2009
Premier Anna Bligh announced on Tuesday that Queensland Motorways Limited (QML), the Port of Brisbane, Forest Plantations Queensland (FPQ), Queensland Rail's... 
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 03/2009
A prominent Aboriginal activist, an anti-fluoride campaigner and a serial candidate will challenge Queensland Premier Anna Bligh in her Brisbane seat. 
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Townsville Bulletin (Queensland, Australia), ISSN 1327-4317, 05/2013, p. 7
  FORMER Queensland health minister Paul Lucas has failed to provide evidence showing the state was better off by not suing IBM over the health payroll fiasco. 
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AAP Bulletin Wire, 02/2012
Premier Anna Bligh has unveiled a major expansion of Brisbane's recreational South Bank area. 
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Sunday Telegraph (London, England), ISSN 0307-269X, 12/2010, p. 7
Both spouses came from rural Victoria: one from Ballarat, the other from Beechworth. [Andrew Strauss] met Ruth in a bar in Sydney. [Ivo Bligh] met Florence at... 
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