Australia 'Release the emails': Queensland Opposition's call to Palaszczuk
Anzac Day services to go ahead as normal in Queensland
There will also be no requirement for people to wear masks, Queensland's Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young confirmed. Video: Queensland ANZAC Day events to proceed 'as normal' (Sky News Australia) Your browser does not support this video Queensland RSL president Tony Ferris said he was delighted by the news."The fact that we now have Anzac Day back is hair on the back of the neck stuff," he said."It's a great day for Queensland, it's absolutely fantastic.
Queensland Opposition Leader David Crisafulli has called on Annastacia Palaszczuk to release private emails the Premier allegedly used to conduct business in breach of her own ministerial standards.
"This can all be cleared up. The Premier just has to release those emails and it will put it to bed one way or another," he said.
"I'm not asking her to release private emails as a normal person - she's entitled to her privacy like every Queenslander is but there are emails there that were used for government business.
Ms Palaszczuk claimed she did not breach her ministerial code "to the best of her knowledge".
Queensland premier 'very upset' about vaccine bungle
A 88-year-old man and a 94-year-old woman were given five times the recommended dose of the Pfizer vaccine at the Holy Spirit Nursing Home.A 88-year-old man and a 94-year-old woman were given five times the recommended dose of the Pfizer vaccine at the Holy Spirit Nursing Home in Carseldine in Brisbane on Tuesday.
Mr Crisafulli said the release of emails would ensure integrity remained in the state government and wanted to ensure the premier's conduct was "squeaky clean".
"We've got flip-flopping all over the place. She said if we had an allegation to put it, so there's a pretty simple allegation and that's we believe there are things in those emails she doesn't want Queenslanders to see," he said.
"The reason why the Right to Information Act exists is to stop this sort of behaviour going. Integrity in government matters and we're going to make it a focal point."
Queensland to review how women are treated in the criminal justice system .
Ms Palaszczuk said she wanted to make sure sexual and domestic violence were being reported and justice was being done. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a "wide-ranging" review into the experiences of women in the criminal justice system.Ms Palaszczuk said she wanted to make sure sexual and domestic violence were being report "One in five Queensland women having experienced sexual violence since the age of 15 and one in four women having experienced violence at the hands of their partner," she said in an early-morning Tweet announcing the review.