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Are you in Thuringowa? Watch this

This October, the Major Parties have to go. For decades the ALP and LNP have ignored the youth crime wave taking over our city. In this election let’s put Brisbane last by choosing a candidate who is commited to achieving WHAT TOWNSVILLE needs. Vote 1 for Julianne Wood, KAP Candidate in Thuringowa to Take Back Townsville from it’s criminal gangs ...

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Cook Voters – Have you met Tanika?

We’re doing the hard work for you to screen candidates. Meet the Shooters Union Endorsed Candidate for COOK – TANIKA PARKER Shooter’s Union Australia delegate, David Brown interviews Member for Hill Shane Knuth & Cook Candidate Tanika Parker. This is your opportunity to learn more about the concerns in your electorate and how your candidate plans to make improvements. Tune ...

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Condamine Voters – you need to watch this.

We’re doing the research for you, so you don’t have to. Meet your Candidate in Condamine. GREG PRIEBE Shooter’s Union Australia delegate, David Brown interviews Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party candidate Greg Priebe This is your opportunity to learn more about the concerns in your electorate and how your candidate plans to make improvements. Tune in and MAKE YOUR VOTE ...

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Gympie Members – watch this!

Meet The Candidate for Gympie – Anthony Perrett Shooter’s Union Australia President, Graham Park interviews Member for Gympie Anthony Perrett. This is your opportunity to learn more about the concerns in your electorate and how your candidate plans to make improvements. Tune in and MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT!

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Vote Labor Last 2020

We have a very real chance at voting out the ALP in Queensland’s state election (set for October 31) – and we need every single one of you reading this to help make it happen. A story in The Australian on July 31st – “Popular Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk but poll party postponed” (paywalled)” – notes a Newspoll survey is ...

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Shooters Demand Government Immediately Lift Gun Shop Trade Restrictions in Qld

THE Queensland Government’s spiteful war on struggling businesses must end today, according to one of the country’s peak lobby groups. In March, the state’s Chief Health Officer issued an order closing every gun shop and armourer in the state as part of the COVID-19 response. Following intense pressure and from industry, agricultural and rural representatives, that was amended a few ...

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Letter to Mark Ryan on silencer petition response

The Hon. Mark Ryan MPQueensland Police MinisterVia e-mail to police@ministerial.qld.gov.au April 20, 2020 Dear Mr Ryan,We note your April 16, 2020 dated response to Petition 3282-20, in which you reject the plea of the petitioners to reclassify firearm sound suppressors (“silencers”) from Category R to Category A under the Weapons Categories Regulation 1997. We are concerned you have not given ...

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Letter to Dr Jeanette Young, Qld Chief Health Officer re closure of gun shops

Dr Jeanette YoungQueensland Chief Health OfficerVia E-mail March 28, 2020 Dear Dr Young, I write regarding the “Direction from Chief Health Officer in accordance with emergency powers arising from the declared public health emergency (No. 3)” issued by you March 27, 2020. As part of this direction, “Licensed armourers and licensed dealers as defined under the Weapons Act 1990” are declared ...

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Letter to QLD Premier regarding firearms as an essential business

The Hon. Annastacia Palaszczuk Premier of Queensland Via E-mail to thepremier@premiers.qld.gov.au March 28, 2020 Dear Ms Palaszczuk, I write regarding the “Direction from Chief Health Officer in accordance with emergency powers arising from the declared public health emergency (No. 3)” issued by the state’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Jeanette Young, at 10:43pm on March 27, 2020. As part of this ...

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Some delays to Queensland PTA processing expected

Shooters Union HQ have been advised by the Weapons Licensing Branch in Queensland that there may be a delay of a few days in processing Permits To Acquire (PTAs) for the next few months, while the branch undergoes some much-needed systems improvements and backlog clearance. We understand that for the next few months, PTA applications will be the subject of ...

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