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Police keep protesters apart on the St Kilda foreshore in Melbourne as far right wing activist Neil Erikson hosts "political meeting". A Parliamentary inquiry has warned that hate crimes and right-wing extremism is in the rise in Queensland.(AAP Image/David Crosling)
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Hate crimes surging in Queensland, right-wing extremism a growing threat

Crimes with an element of hate or vilification may have increased 30 per cent in five years but official statistics underestimate the scale of the problem.