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4BC Mornings: Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart joins Patrick Condren for an update on the anti-terror raids carried out this morning in Brisbane and Sydney.
He says the the raids are linked but can't go into specific details.
The Commissioner says the raids in Brisbane might still result in arrests.
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4BC Mornings: Federal Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull joined Patrick Condren in the 4BC studio.
The Minister answered listeners questions on the NBN rollout and the future of community television stations like Briz31.
He also fielded a few from Patrick about any aspirations he might have beyond his current portfolio.
4BC Mornings: Premier Campbell Newman has said while recent statistics have shown a decrease in crime, the number of domestic violence reports are going up.
On Sunday, Mr Newman launched a special taskforce to tackle Queensland’s domestic and family violence.
He has appointed former Government-General Quentin Bryce as head of the operation and expects the taskforce to hand down its report in February 2015.
“First thing is that the figures are bad, they’re going the wrong way, domestic violence reports are going up,” Mr Newman said.
“Breaches of domestic violence orders in the courts…that’s going up as well.”
“That’s in contrast to other crime figures which we’ve announced last week.”
18 domestic violence-related homicides were recorded in Queensland last year.
When asked about the unemployment rate in Queensland – unemployment rate increased from 6.3% to 6.8% in July - Mr Newman seemed optimistic the economic reforms will create jobs.
“This year we will outstrip the other states in terms of economic reforms,” he said.
“I do point out though, we’ve seen more jobs be created here than any other Australian state.”
Earlier this morning he spoke with agricultural leaders to improve food production and generate employment opportunities in regional Queensland.
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4BC Breakfast: Queensland's Former assistant health minister Dr Chris Davis has applied to join the Labor party, just two days after resigning from the LNP.
Dr Davis told 4BC's Ian and Loretta he made his decision after “listening to the electorate”.
“We saw the electorate last weekend in Stafford send out an amazing message… there has never been such a massive swing at a by-election, “he said.
In defending how he could change political alliances and values so quickly, Dr Davis responded “What we have now, in my opinion, is a very different LNP to the one we had in 2012.”
Dr Davis must now wait to see if his application to join the LNP is successful, but regardless of the outcome, he says will be voting Labor from now on.
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4BC Mornings: There has been 116 investigations into serving alcohol to drug people, but only two have been successfully prosecuted. Are the current laws too difficult to enforce? Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie joins Patrick Condren to respond to this statistic and floats the idea of drug testing in clubs.
Qld Hotelliers Association CEO Justin O'Connor also joins Patrick and says the law is too subjective, asking for pub workers to assess levels of intoxication based on speech and movements.
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