Queenslander


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Queenslander

(ˈkwiːnzˌlændə; -ləndə)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Queensland
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Backwards and forwards between Esher and the Metropole, where the Queenslander is staying, sometimes twice a day; threats, offers, prayers, entreaties, not one of them a bit of good!"
He offered one to the Queenslander, but Craggs simply tore it in two; the one old boy is as much a character as the other, and between the two of them I'm at my wits' end."
I said I had not seen Raffles since one o'clock, telling the truth with unction while I could; even as we spoke there came a knock at the door; it was the telegram at last, and, after reading it himself, the Queenslander handed it to me.
"He's a return Queenslander," Harley interpreted to Villa.
Mr de Brenni said that building homes for Queenslanders by Queenslanders was crucial to ensure that every Queenslander has a safe, secure and sustainable place to call home.
A major recruitment drive targeting regional Queenslanders kicks off at the Ekka today with a special display stand manned by Corrective Services staff to be front and centre at the State Government pavilion.
Queenslanders have been named the "most oversexed" in the 2014 Great Australian Sex Census.
Now Queenslanders have access to a directory of 224 suppliers who both produce and employ locally.
Calling all Champions of the Palaszczuk Governments Skilling Queenslanders for Work program.
On the week of 430 new train services hitting the track, Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said the 3.7 per cent increase was driven in large part by Queenslanders returning to rail and an extraordinary spike in popularity of Gold Coasts light rail.
More than 6700 Queenslanders will be assisted to get the work ready skills they need to get a job thanks to the latest round of Skilling Queenslanders for Work funding.
"This is a great day for Queenslanders. It means they can rest assured the NDIS will be there to support them if they need it now, and into the future," Minister Robert said.

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