Bill Shorten visits Cairns on first day of Federal Election campaignBill Shorten visits Cairns for first day of Federal Election campaign1:04Bill Shorten visits Cairns for first day of Federal Election campaign and discusses the importance of inclusion and cultural diversity within schools. Video: Brendan Radke STUDENTS at Cairns West State School were caught up in the national media circus this morning with a whirlwind visit by Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.Mr Shorten chose to start his campaign in the electorate of Leichhardt - which is held by the LNP’s War..>> view original
Armed robbery charges, CairnsDetectives have charged two men following the alleged armed robbery of a supermarket in Cairns earlier today. It will be alleged around 12.09pm a man entered the Sheridan Street business and demanded money from a female staff member. The man is also alleged to have told the employee he was armed with a weapon. He fled the scene on foot with a sum of cash. No one was physically injured in the incident. A short time later police patrols located a man at a nearby residence where he was taken into ..>> view original
Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns makes the case for the nation staying ...Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns argues Wales faces a “momentous choice” on June 23 when we will get to vote on whether the UK remains part of the EU. This week homes across Wales will get a pamphlet from the UK Government setting out the case for staying in. Here, Vale of Glamorgan MP Alun Cairns urges you to take the time to read the case for keeping Britain in the EU: This is ‘vitally important’ “Across Wales, people will today be receiving a leaflet from the UK Government setting out why it beli..>> view original
Cairns' acquittal and Brendon's retirementBrendon McCullum at the Eden on Sunday. A Telegraph picture Calcutta: Two-and-a-half months ago, having called time on his New Zealand career, Brendon McCullum hoped he'd be remembered as "a guy who played for the right reasons..." McCullum needn't have worried. He'll be remembered for that and much more. That one comment (made at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch), however, threw open the question whether Chris Cairns' acquittal in the perjury trial related to match-fixing allegations had inf..>> view original
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