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ENG: Anna Maria Bligh (born 14 July 1960) is an Australian politician and the 37th Premier of Queensland from 2007 to 2012. Bligh was an Australian Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland seat of South Brisbane from 1995 to 2012. Bligh was the first woman to be appointed Premier of Queensland, the third female Premier of an Australian state, and the sixth female head of government of an Australian state or territory. She led Labor to victory in the 2009 Queensland state election, becoming the first woman elected in her own right as a state premier in Australia. Bligh attempted to win a second full term as Premier in the 2012 state election. However, her party suffered the worst defeat of a sitting government in Queensland history, winning only seven seats. In ...
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Anna Bligh unsure if federal Labor made the right...


... decision in appointing Peter Slipper Speaker PREMIER Anna Bligh says it is yet to be seen if the Federal Government made the right decision to elevate Peter Slipper to the Speaker of Parliament. The Labor minority government effectively gained two extra votes in the Lower House on Thursday when former Speaker Harry Jenkins stood down to return to the back bench and was replaced by Mr Slipper. Mr Slipper, who is the member for the Queensland seat of Fisher, quit the Liberal National Party to sit as an Independent and has previously faced allegations over his use of parliamentary ...


Bill Ludwig supports embattled Anna Bligh


Labor factional boss Bill Ludwig yesterday declared Anna Bligh has his "100 per cent support". His assertion came after a rival union leader labelled the ALP's prospects in Queensland "terminal" and called for a leadership change. The Queensland Premier has been under immense scrutiny following Labor's poor result in the federal election -- where the ALP lost seven seats to the Liberal National Party -- and amid dire state polls showing a collapse in support. The latest Newspoll, released this month, showed a plunge in Labor's primary vote to 29 per cent from its election-winning ...


Bligh approves of merged tertiary education institute ...


...for central Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has given her tacit approval to a proposed merger between CQUniversity and the Central Queensland Institute of TAFE, which would result in the state's first one-stop higher education shop. Ms Bligh described the intended amalgamation as "one of the most exciting developments in post-school education that we have seen in Queensland for many years''. "If this facility is able to come together, what it offers people from all around Central Queensland is an opportunity to upgrade their skills without having to go from institution to ...


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Media Watch Watch: ABC presenters can't see forest for trees - The Australian
The AustralianMedia Watch Watch: ABC presenters can't see forest for treesThe AustralianInstead we had a cosy chat plugging former Labor premier of Queensland Anna Bligh's book, and a story about a disabled actor.” So how do we know the ABC has picked up its game? Well, so far this year we have seen the sad deaths of two prominent ...
Push for Ron Clarke sporting honour - Gold Coast Bulletin
Gold Coast BulletinPush for Ron Clarke sporting honourGold Coast BulletinIt also won support from former Queensland premier Anna Bligh, Mr Clarke's former council colleagues Bob La Castra, Jan Grew, Glenn Tozer and Chris Robbins and leading AFL identity, Travis Auld. However, some other city identities were not so keen.
The time is now: An Australian republic is too important to wait - The Age
The AgeThe time is now: An Australian republic is too important to waitThe AgeBusiness leaders like Alan Joyce, Ken Henry and Tony Shepherd have been as proud to stand with us, as we are to have them by our side, begging only they don't step on the toes of Julia Gillard, Anna Bligh, Senator Nova Peris-Kneebone and Hugh ...and more »
Australia, I've got one question for you… - dailytelegraph.com.au
dailytelegraph.com.auAustralia, I've got one question for you…dailytelegraph.com.auBusiness leaders like Alan Joyce, Ken Henry and Tony Shepherd have been as proud to stand with us, as we are to have them by our side, begging only they don't step on the toes of Julia Gillard, Anna Bligh, Senator Nova Peris-Kneebone and Hugh ...



 
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