The long and sorry saga of how the Queensland’s corruption watchdog lost its way is far from over, particularly for those falsely accused who are now seeking justice, writes Madonna King.
Tony Fitzgerald’s seminal report into corruption changed Queensland. With his latest effort, Annastacia Palaszczuk will have a chance to change the style of her government, writes Madonna King.
This Brisbane woman tried to end her disabled father’s misery – but failed in her “assisted dying” attempt. If she had killed him, she would be free now – but instead she’s in prison. Madonna King asks why?
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and her government were returned largely on the strength of their initial response to Covid-19, but they seem to have lost interest in recent months, writes Madonna King.
We’ve been accustomed to thinking that our young, fit generations have largely shrugged off the effects of Covid-19 – but in fact they are the ones suffering most, writes Madonna King.
As we teeter on the brink of a third Covid-19 tsunami, our health authorities seem afraid to mandate the simple steps that could save thousands of lives. But it’s not a popularity contest, argues Madonna King
It won’t cure all of the issues with Queensland’s wonky integrity processes, but Peter Coaldrake’s inquiry has at least lived up to its promise of “Letting the sunshine in”, writes Madonna King