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Consider broader issues

AS Queenslanders prepare to head to the polls in a week's time to elect the next state government, it is worth thinking about the issues that affect not just ourselves but those whose voices are not readily heard...

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Cloning on state agenda

THE intention of Premier Peter Beattie that, should he be re-elected, he will legislate to clone human embryos for research purposes makes this a crucial issue for Queenslanders, as it is their first and maybe only chance to make an impression on the outcome of such a debate...

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Weird science of cloning

THE re-opening of the debate on whether Australia should allow the cloning of human embryos for research is a re-run of 2002...

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Turning back to God

ONCE again the threat of terrorism has raised its ugly head causing increases in external discipline and supervision...

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Befriending the stranger

THIS week's People story is on Clyde Cosentino (pictured), who is director Brisbane archdiocese's Centre for Multicultural Pastoral Care, and whose commitment to refugees and migrants is sustained by the fact that, for him, "the face of God is not white"...

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Inspired to walk the talk

THIS week's People story features ACU National student Amy Banson (pictured), who walked 1463 km from Brisbane to Canberra to raise money and awareness for people with acquired brain injury (ABI)...

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Missionary penchant

THIS week's People story is on Oblate Father Sholto Douglas (pictured), who is back in Brisbane to talk in parishes and schools about his missionary work in Kenya...

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