Denmark's Crown Prince not turned away from Brisbane bar, police chief says

Denmark's Crown Prince not turned away from Brisbane bar, police chief says

Updated August 22, 2017 23:03:57 Reports that Crown Prince Frederik was turned away from Brisbane nightclub Jade Buddha on Friday night are “not correct”, Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart says. Prince Frederik not turned away from Brisbane bar: Key points Earlier reports said the royal, who is married to Australian-born Princess Mary, was turned away from the bar under new Queensland laws that require ID scanning. Aimed at curbing alcohol and drug-fuelled violence, the new laws require venues open past midnight in Queensland’s safe-night precincts to scan IDs after 10:00pm….

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Australia’s most wanted skills

Australia’s most wanted skills

IN the lead up to National Skills Week next week, trades and services jobs are not just plentiful but growing. Figures from SEEK reveal the trades and services sector offered the second highest number of Australian job opportunities on the employment site in July, after information and communication technology (ICT). It was followed by healthcare and medical, and manufacturing, transport and logistics. Trades and services was also ranked the third highest sector for year-on-year job ad growth, with listings increasing 28 per cent between July 2016 and July 2017. It…

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Kylie reveals real reason for Tyga split

Kylie reveals real reason for Tyga split

THEIR relationship was marred with drama after drama, which culminated in her brother (Rob Kardashian) having a baby with her boyfriend’s ex (Blac Chyna). Now, Kylie Jenner has opened up about why she split from long-term rapper boyfriend, Tyga, 27. And it’s not for the reason you’d think. “There was absolutely nothing wrong with me and T. We’ll always have a bond,” Jenner, 20, said on her reality show, Life of Kylie. “There was no crazy fight. We decided, well, I decided, that I’m really young.” media_cameraTyga and Kylie Jenner…

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'It's a disgrace': Labor sells access to WA Government ministers

'It's a disgrace': Labor sells access to WA Government ministers

Posted August 23, 2017 07:34:33 WA Labor is selling access to new Cabinet ministers — including Premier Mark McGowan — for $6,000 per head. The party has issued “exclusive” invitations for its Business Engagement Program this Friday, ahead of its state conference at the weekend. “Our exclusive business program provides the opportunity to discuss matters of interest with the entire WA Labor Cabinet,” the invitation states. “The program will feature an address by the Premier, Mark McGowan and will be attended by all Ministers of the McGowan Labor Government. “Tickets…

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‘Nature’s beauty on Perth’s doorstep’

‘Nature’s beauty on Perth’s doorstep’

WHEN budding photographer David O’Connor  resigned from his full-time job in the oil and gas industry on Friday – he had little idea what the future held. But armed with a top of the range drone and ‘a love of all things natural beauty’, he clearly had nothing to fear. Just days after deciding to follow his dreams and concentrate on photography, Mr O’Connor stumbled across this ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ sight of a whale and its calf simply ‘chilling out in the warm Indian Ocean’. Spotted less than 200 metres from shore at…

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