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Seaplane crash into concrete pier in Queens kills one woman and leaves two men critically injured 

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The pilot has been identified as Giuseppe Oppedisano, 61, the owner of a Queens restaurant

The pilot has been identified as Giuseppe Oppedisano, 61, the owner of a Queens restaurant

The pilot has been identified as Giuseppe Oppedisano, 61, the owner of a Queens restaurant

A single-engine seaplane crashed on top of a concrete pier in Queens, killing a female passenger and sending the pilot and another passenger to the hospital with serious injuries, New York authorities said. 

During a news conference, New York City Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the plane skipped twice on the water of Long Island Sound as it attempted to land around 3pm on Sunday. 

The plane broke in pieces after crashing on a pier at Riverside Drive and 158th Street. 

Authorities identified the woman, who died at the scene, as 61-year-old Maggie O’Neill, according to NBC

The pilot was identified as Giuseppe Oppedisano, 61, the owner of a Queens restaurant Il Bacco. 

The other passenger has only been identified as a 66-year-old man. Both men remained in critical condition as of Sunday night.  

Witnesses said the plane was traveling fast when it skipped on the water and hit the pier, Nigro said.

‘Why it happened, we have no idea,’ he said.

A single-engine seaplane crashed (pictured) on top of a concrete pier in Queens, killing 61-year-old Maggie O'Neill

A single-engine seaplane crashed (pictured) on top of a concrete pier in Queens, killing 61-year-old Maggie O'Neill

A single-engine seaplane crashed (pictured) on top of a concrete pier in Queens, killing 61-year-old Maggie O’Neill

During a news conference, New York City Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the plane skipped twice on the water of Long Island Sound as it attempted to land around 3pm on Sunday

During a news conference, New York City Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the plane skipped twice on the water of Long Island Sound as it attempted to land around 3pm on Sunday

During a news conference, New York City Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the plane skipped twice on the water of Long Island Sound as it attempted to land around 3pm on Sunday

Someone riding a personal watercraft saw the crash and removed two men from the wreckage, Nigro said. 

‘I just hopped the fence, I ran over, I ripped the windshield out and pulled one of the guys out,’ said Jarrett Schupak, who was treated for minor injuries after rushing to help. 

Firefighters removed O’Neill from the wreckage.  

First responders at the scene after the plane crashed Sunday afternoon in Queens

First responders at the scene after the plane crashed Sunday afternoon in Queens

First responders at the scene after the plane crashed Sunday afternoon in Queens 

The plane broke in pieces after crashing on a pier at Riverside Drive and 158th Street. The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane is a single-engine Cessna 182

The plane broke in pieces after crashing on a pier at Riverside Drive and 158th Street. The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane is a single-engine Cessna 182

The plane broke in pieces after crashing on a pier at Riverside Drive and 158th Street. The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane is a single-engine Cessna 182

The FAA will release aircraft registration information after investigators confirm it at the scene. The National Transportation Safety Board said it is investigating but will not travel to the crash site

The FAA will release aircraft registration information after investigators confirm it at the scene. The National Transportation Safety Board said it is investigating but will not travel to the crash site

The FAA will release aircraft registration information after investigators confirm it at the scene. The National Transportation Safety Board said it is investigating but will not travel to the crash site

Schupak and two other bystanders were treated for minor injuries at the scene but refused further medical attention, Nigro said. 

The pilot is a local resident who flies often from a hangar on the water behind his home, Nigro said.  

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said the plane is a single-engine Cessna 182. 

The FAA will release aircraft registration information after investigators confirm it at the scene. 

The National Transportation Safety Board said it is investigating but will not travel to the crash site.   

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Gregory John Richardson victims furious at knowledge rapist could be out in just five years

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Sexual assault survivors of a truck driver who preyed on women over almost 20 years cried in court when they learnt their attacker could be out of jail in just five years. 

Gregory John Richardson, 53, was sentenced to at least seven years in prison for attacks on four girls between 1989 and 2007 in Epping, northwest Sydney.

His sentence was backdated to the time of his arrest in 2018, the Daily Telegraph reported, meaning he could be out in just five years.

The court heard the truck driver preyed on his victims, the youngest just 14, at night, hiding in bushes and attacking them from behind.

Gregory John Richardson (pictured), 53, was sentenced to at least seven years in prison for attacking four girls in Epping, northwest Sydney, between 1989 and 2007

Gregory John Richardson (pictured), 53, was sentenced to at least seven years in prison for attacking four girls in Epping, northwest Sydney, between 1989 and 2007

Gregory John Richardson (pictured), 53, was sentenced to at least seven years in prison for attacking four girls in Epping, northwest Sydney, between 1989 and 2007

He told the schoolgirl while she was walking home: ‘Don’t call the police or I will hurt you’.

The first two rapes, of a 16-year-old girl and another aged 15, took place in 1989 and 1994. 

Richardson threatened the life of a 16-year-old girl when she tried to get a look at her attacker, Nine News reported.

The next attack on a 14-year-old girl happened in 2003, but was interrupted when someone walked by.

An assault on a 25-year-old woman in 2007 was also stopped after she screamed and he fled.  

In one vicious assault Richardson wore a ‘shiny pink halter bikini top’ and ‘fluorescent yellow knickers’ when grabbing a woman at her front door. 

Defence lawyer Daniel McMahon told the court Richardson was forced to wear women’s lingerie when he was abused by his father.

This led to his offending and developing mental health issues, Mr McMahon argued. 

Mr McMahon’s claims were supported by forensic psychologist Stephen Woods, who said Richardson may have been suffering psychosis and PTSD at the time of the attacks.

But this provided little comfort for his victims, aged between 14 and 25 at the time of the attacks, who were supported by friends and family in court. 

Victim impact statements tendered to the court stated the women are still haunted by the horrifying assaults and experience nightmares and flashbacks.   

The court heard the truck driver (pictured during his arrest) preyed on his victims - the youngest just 14 - at night

The court heard the truck driver (pictured during his arrest) preyed on his victims - the youngest just 14 - at night

The court heard the truck driver (pictured during his arrest) preyed on his victims – the youngest just 14 – at night

Richardson (pictured during arrest) could be out of jail in August 2025, after his arrest in 2018 when DNA evidence from his jailed brother linked him to the crime

Richardson (pictured during arrest) could be out of jail in August 2025, after his arrest in 2018 when DNA evidence from his jailed brother linked him to the crime

Richardson (pictured during arrest) could be out of jail in August 2025, after his arrest in 2018 when DNA evidence from his jailed brother linked him to the crime

One of the victims walked out in tears after the sentence was handed down, while a supporter shouted ‘bulls***’.

Judge Peter Berman said girls and women have the right to walk home without fear of being attacked. 

‘Sadly, the offender too was the victim of sexual assaults of his father. He too has suffered long lasting effects as a result,’ Judge Berman said.

‘His father forced him to wear stockings and other female attire which were ripped off him before he was raped and forced to commit oral sex.’

Richardson could be out of jail in August 2025, after his arrest in 2018 when DNA evidence from his brother linked him to the crime. 

The truck driver said he had no memory of the incidents, but pleaded guilty to aggravated sexual assault of a minor, sexual assault, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, aggravated indecent assault of a minor and assault with an act of indecency. 

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Lil Wayne praises Donald Trump and his work on criminal justice reform after their ‘great meeting’

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Lil Wayne on Thursday praised Donald Trump and his work on criminal justice reform, saying the president’s Platinum Plan to benefit black Americans ‘is going to give the community real ownership’.

The rapper tweeted about the pair’s ‘great meeting’ at the commander in chief’s resort in Doral, Florida, sharing an image of the two men.

Lil Wayne tweeted: ‘Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership.

‘He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.’

Trump later retweeted the post.

The meeting with Lil Wayne comes after other prominent black artists 50 Cent and Ice Cube appeared to lend their support to the president. Rapper Lil Pump also endorsed Trump on his Instagram page on Monday.

Despite urging fans to ‘VOTE For TRUMP’ earlier this month, 50 Cent criticized Lil Wayne, tweeting the photo of the younger rapper with the president saying, ‘Oh no WAYNE, I WOULD HAVE NEVER TOOK THIS PICTURE.’

Lil Wayne on Thursday praised Donald Trump and his work on criminal justice reform, saying the president's Platinum Plan to benefit black Americans 'is going to give the community real ownership'. The rapper tweeted about the pair's 'great meeting' at the commander in chief's resort in Doral, Florida, sharing an image of the two men

Lil Wayne on Thursday praised Donald Trump and his work on criminal justice reform, saying the president's Platinum Plan to benefit black Americans 'is going to give the community real ownership'. The rapper tweeted about the pair's 'great meeting' at the commander in chief's resort in Doral, Florida, sharing an image of the two men

Lil Wayne on Thursday praised Donald Trump and his work on criminal justice reform, saying the president’s Platinum Plan to benefit black Americans ‘is going to give the community real ownership’. The rapper tweeted about the pair’s ‘great meeting’ at the commander in chief’s resort in Doral, Florida, sharing an image of the two men

Lil Wayne tweeted: 'Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he's done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. 'He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.' Trump later retweeted the post

Lil Wayne tweeted: 'Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he's done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. 'He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.' Trump later retweeted the post

Lil Wayne tweeted: ‘Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. ‘He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.’ Trump later retweeted the post

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says White House officials have been speaking to Lil Wayne’s team for some time, and it culminated with Thursday’s meeting when the president campaigned in Florida.

She said: ‘I think you’re seeing a lot of supporters come off the sidelines and want to joint president in a second term.’

While Joe Biden is expected to win the vast majority of black voters in next week’s election, Trump has courted them and hopes to shave into Democrats’ historic advantage in the community.

The image sparked a backlash from some online. Comedian Sarah Cooper tweeted: ”He assured me we will get it done’ My god how dumb are you.’

Ice Cube on Sunday defended his co-working effort with Trump on his Black Economic Empowerment 'Platinum Plan' saying, 'I’m not playing politics with this'

Ice Cube on Sunday defended his co-working effort with Trump on his Black Economic Empowerment 'Platinum Plan' saying, 'I’m not playing politics with this'

Ice Cube on Sunday defended his co-working effort with Trump on his Black Economic Empowerment ‘Platinum Plan’ saying, ‘I’m not playing politics with this’

50 Cent sparked a social media circus when he shared an image of the super tax the Democrat candidate was proposing – 62 percent for those earning more than $400,000 in New York City, 50 Cent's home

50 Cent sparked a social media circus when he shared an image of the super tax the Democrat candidate was proposing – 62 percent for those earning more than $400,000 in New York City, 50 Cent's home

50 Cent sparked a social media circus when he shared an image of the super tax the Democrat candidate was proposing – 62 percent for those earning more than $400,000 in New York City, 50 Cent’s home

What is the Platinum Plan?

The Platinum Plan lays out Trump’s ‘promise to Black America’ if he wins a second term, including a push for economic development and loan money and a pledge to designate Juneteenth as a federal holiday.

The plan unveiled last month included a long list of promises, with few details on how they would be paid for or fulfilled.

‘If you vote Republican over the next four years, we will create 3 million new jobs for the Black community, open 500,000 new black-owned businesses, increase access to capital in Black communities by $500 billion,’ Trump said.

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Ice Cube on Sunday defended his co-working effort with Trump on his Black Economic Empowerment ‘Platinum Plan’ saying, ‘I’m not playing politics with this’.

The hip hop icon said the Biden campaign wanted to work with him after the election and the Trump campaign showed more immediate interest.

The artist said he sat down with Trump advisor Jared Kushner for three hours about the proposal.

Rapper 50 Cent has indicated his support for Trump in social media posts.

He sparked a social media circus when he shared an image of the super tax the Democrat candidate was proposing – 62 percent for those earning more than $400,000 in New York City, 50 Cent’s home.

‘WHAT THE F***! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT.’ 50 Cent wrote. ‘I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya f***ing mind.’

Radio personality Charlamagne Tha God then credited Trump with attempting to reach young black male voters, a group he said ‘never gets courted’ during election campaigns.

In September at a ‘Black Voices for Trump’ event in Atlanta, Georgia, Trump announced what his campaign dubbed a ‘Platinum Plan’ laying out his ‘promise to Black America’ if he wins a second term, including a push for economic development and loan money and a pledge to designate Juneteenth as a federal holiday.

Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, is so named because June 19, 1865, is when slaves were freed in Galveston, Texas.

Rapper 50 Cent has indicated his support for Trump in social media posts. On Thursday he tweeted: 'oh no WAYNE, I WOULD HAVE NEVER TOOK THIS PICTURE'

Rapper 50 Cent has indicated his support for Trump in social media posts. On Thursday he tweeted: 'oh no WAYNE, I WOULD HAVE NEVER TOOK THIS PICTURE'

Rapper 50 Cent has indicated his support for Trump in social media posts. On Thursday he tweeted: ‘oh no WAYNE, I WOULD HAVE NEVER TOOK THIS PICTURE’

50 Cent tweeted a shot of the tax rates Democratic candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris are proposing in their administration

50 Cent tweeted a shot of the tax rates Democratic candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris are proposing in their administration

50 Cent tweeted a shot of the tax rates Democratic candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris are proposing in their administration

Influential black men who have supported Donald Trump

50 Cent: Rapper 50 Cent endorsed Donald Trump stating that Joe Biden’s tax policy will turn him into ’20 Cent.’

The Hip-Hop mogul, 45, sparked a social media circus when he shared an image of the super tax the Democrat candidate was proposing – 62 percent for those earning more than $400,000 in New York City, 50 Cent’s home.

‘WHAT THE F—! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT.’ 50 Cent wrote. ‘I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya f—ing mind.’

50 Cent later appeared to change his mind, saying: ‘F*** Donald Trump, I never liked him.’ After Lil Wayne’s post he tweeted: ‘oh no WAYNE, I WOULD HAVE NEVER TOOK THIS PICTURE.’

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Ice Cube: The rapper confirmed that he will collaborate with the Trump Administration on a program to invest in black communities.

He defended his decision to work with Donald Trump on a plan for black Americans, insisting he is ‘working with whoever is in power’ and that he is ‘not on nobody’s team’.

Ice Cube hit headlines after it was revealed his organization would work with the Trump administration’s Platinum Plan, which the President has held up as a program to support invest capital in black communities.

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Herschel Walker: The retired football great has also voiced his support for Trump.

In a recent interview, he slammed the press for not scrutinizing Joe Biden’s relationship with a former Klansman-turned-senator while warning that voters should re-elect President Trump because ‘Democrats do not like America.’

The former All Pro running back, who spoke in support of Trump at the Republican National Convention this past summer, said Democrats will ‘take your freedoms’ if they win in November.

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Dennis Rodman: Former NBA star Rodman has previously said that he likes Trump as a friend but has been more tight-lipped about whether he likes him as president.

He took an about turn this year, however, calling Trump for a ‘Make America Great Again’ tweet days after he death of black man George Floyd in police custody.

‘Make America Safe for minorities,’ Rodman returned.

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Mike Tyson: Trump and Tyson have had a rocky friendship and business partnerships for at least 30 years.

Tyson endorsed Trump for president in 2016 and is said to have played an instrumental part in securing votes.

The pair still appear to be close friends with Trump in May sending words of encouragement via Twitter after Tyson announced his plan to return to the ring.

‘Keep punching Mike!’ he wrote.

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Floyd Mayweather: In November 2016 as Trump was elected, Mayweather defended his vulgar comments about women calling it ‘locker room talk’.

‘Listen, if y’all didn’t want the man in the White House, y’all should have voted the other way,’ Mayweather told Hollywood Unlocked.

More recently he has tried to distance himself from the president, however, and hit back at claims that they are friends.

‘I don’t want my name in no bulls–t,’ Mayweather told TMZ in 2018. ‘I’m out of it.’

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Kanye West: While the rapper is attempting to run for the presidency himself this year, he has previously spoken out in support of Trump and worn a Make America Great Again hat as he visited the Oval Office in 2018.

He told Trump that he ‘is on his hero’s journey’. West told Trump, ‘I love you,’ as he came around to give him a hug.

On July 4, he announced that he no longer supported Trump as he launched his own presidential bid.

‘I am taking the red hat off, with this interview,’ he told Forbes.

He also said it was wrong to assume that black people will always vote for Democrats. ‘To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy,’ he claimed.

The rapper has denied claims that he is being used by Trump to siphon black votes from the Democrats with his presidential bid this year.

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron: The Kentucky AG has become a high-profile name this year for his role in the Breonna Taylor case.

Trump also shortlisted him on his Supreme Court nominee list and he spoke at the Republican National Convention in support of the president.

Cameron has claimed that Trump is the ‘best for this country’ amid racial strife.

‘Whether it be economically, or whether it is related to how he fights every day for the American worker,’ he told ABC News.

‘I appreciate the values that this party upholds and I think they’ve been consistent with the way that the president has conducted himself in the last four years.’

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Shawne Merriman: The former linebacker has said that he believes Trump is misunderstood but that he has ‘always been a good friend’.

‘He’s a little bit more honest than others,’ Merriman admitted.

He had been a critic of Clinton in the lead-up to the 2016 election, slamming her over the email scandal.

‘Moral of the story, you lose when you delete,’ he tweeted after Trump’s victory.

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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk chokes back tears during final leaders’ debate

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Annastacia Palaszczuk became emotional during an election eve debate as she recalled the death of her grandmother this year during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Queensland premier’s maternal grandmother Beryl Erskine died at 95 in June, and she was unable to be by her side despite her calling her granddaughter in pain.

Following a question about support for voluntary assisted suicide, Ms Palaszczuk recalled not being able to see her much-loved relative.

‘Let me tell you why my views have changed on this,’ Ms Palaszczuk said during the Friday debate.

‘I lost my grandmother and it was a very distressing time for me and like many other people, I couldn’t go and see her when she passed away.

Annastacia Palaszczuk (pictured) became emotional during an election eve debate as she recalled the death of her grandmother this year during the coronavirus pandemic

Annastacia Palaszczuk (pictured) became emotional during an election eve debate as she recalled the death of her grandmother this year during the coronavirus pandemic

Annastacia Palaszczuk (pictured) became emotional during an election eve debate as she recalled the death of her grandmother this year during the coronavirus pandemic

‘I don’t want anyone to suffer. I don’t want anyone to have to go through that and I’m saying to Queenslanders, it is a personal matter for a family and the individual and the medical practitioners.

‘It is not for me to make the decision on behalf of them.’

She explained that the difficult time was made even harder because of coronavirus restrictions. 

‘We were limited to two people in that room. She went through incredible pain, in fact the day she called me, when she was in pain, I couldn’t go. I had meetings in the city,’ she said.

‘So I had to ask my mum to go.’

Ms Palaszczuk promised to give her Labor MPs a free vote on voluntary assisted dying during the next term, should her government be re-elected, after a bill was referred to a parliamentary committee.

The premier had raised the issue of her grandmother’s death in August after 26-year-old Canberra nurse Sarah Caisip was denied permission to leave hotel quarantine and attend the Brisbane funeral of her father Bernard Prendergast.

The Queensland Premier's maternal nanna Beryl Erskine (pictured, together) died at 95 in June

The Queensland Premier's maternal nanna Beryl Erskine (pictured, together) died at 95 in June

The Queensland Premier’s maternal nanna Beryl Erskine (pictured, together) died at 95 in June

Annastacia Palaszczuk recalled not being able to see her beloved grandmother before she died because she had meetings to attend (pictured, her funeral notice)

Annastacia Palaszczuk recalled not being able to see her beloved grandmother before she died because she had meetings to attend (pictured, her funeral notice)

Annastacia Palaszczuk recalled not being able to see her beloved grandmother before she died because she had meetings to attend (pictured, her funeral notice)

As opposition leader in June 2014, Ms Palaszczuk cried in Parliament telling of her Polish grandfather’s seven years in a Nazi labour camp after a Labor frontbencher Jo-Ann Miller compared fly-in, fly-out accommodation to ‘mining concentration camps’.

Saturday’s Queensland election will be Australia’s first ever state contest between two female major party leaders.

The debate turned awkward when Brisbane Times state political reporter Lydia Lynch asked them what they respected or admired about each other.

Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington, who last year sledged her opponent for not having children like her, said she admired Ms Palaszczuk for standing up for her community.

As Opposition Leader in June 2014, Ms Palaszczuk cried in Parliament telling of her Polish grandfather's seven years in a Nazi labour camp after a Labor frontbencher Jo-Ann Miller (pictured with Beryl Eskine) compared fly-in, fly-out accommodation to 'mining concentration camps')

As Opposition Leader in June 2014, Ms Palaszczuk cried in Parliament telling of her Polish grandfather's seven years in a Nazi labour camp after a Labor frontbencher Jo-Ann Miller (pictured with Beryl Eskine) compared fly-in, fly-out accommodation to 'mining concentration camps')

As Opposition Leader in June 2014, Ms Palaszczuk cried in Parliament telling of her Polish grandfather’s seven years in a Nazi labour camp after a Labor frontbencher Jo-Ann Miller (pictured with Beryl Eskine) compared fly-in, fly-out accommodation to ‘mining concentration camps’)

‘The premier’s been doing that in the Queensland Parliament for 14 years on behalf of her community so I definitely respect that about the premier because I know how close that community is to the premier, just like mine,’ she said.

Ms Palaszczuk, who is campaigning for a third term in power, pointed out how her father Henry Palaszczuk, a former Labor primary industries minister, had a pleasant encounter with Ms Frecklington’s father Don Stiller.

The encounter took place when he was the  former mayor of Taroom Shire Council more than 15 years ago.

‘Both of us have very strong families and I love this story that my father often tells that when your father was mayor, they were in a car together and they were talking about some political incident that happened and they got along incredibly well,’ she said.

Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington, (pictured, right) who last year sledged her opponent for not having children like her, said she admired Ms Palaszczuk for standing up for her community

Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington, (pictured, right) who last year sledged her opponent for not having children like her, said she admired Ms Palaszczuk for standing up for her community

Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington, (pictured, right) who last year sledged her opponent for not having children like her, said she admired Ms Palaszczuk for standing up for her community

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