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Labor’s $250 million youth watch-house band aid

Labor’s $250 million youth watch-house band aid

Hinchinbrook MP and Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) Deputy Leader, Nick Dametto is outraged following an announcement from the Palaszczuk Government that they will be wasting $250 million of taxpayer’s money on a remand centre for youth offenders in Brisbane that will...

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Make Townsville Safe Again – Send ‘em bush!

Make Townsville Safe Again – Send ‘em bush!

People travelling through one of Townsville’s main thoroughfares will notice a new eye-catching landmark - the Katter’s Australian Party’s (KAP’s) latest billboard. The unmissable caption, “Make Townsville Safe Again: Send ‘em bush” promotes the party’s number one...

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Qld on precipice of youth crime change as victims rage

Qld on precipice of youth crime change as victims rage

Queensland is on the precipice of long-overdue youth crime reform with the release of an alternative sentencing model that would send recidivist offenders to the bush to complete intense, long-term rehabilitation programs coinciding with hundreds of angry residents...

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Jury out on power drunk Palaszczuk Government

Hinchinbrook MP and KAP Deputy Leader, Nick Dametto, has labelled the State Government’s recent attacks on Queensland courts as cowardly and an erosion of the independence of the judiciary from the political arms of government. Recent media regarding a Townsville...

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Tough love on the cards as KAP pushes relocation sentencing

The announcement of almost $500,000 in funding this week to be delivered to two programs aimed at targeting youth offending in Townsville and Mount Isa is another band aid on the State’s crime crisis wound, said Katter’s Australian Party leader and Traeger MP Robbie Katter.

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