State Election: As the Labor Party rebuilds, with Anna Blighs resignation from politics, Incoming Premier Campbell Newman is already putting the wheels of his new Government in motion. More from our State Political reporter, Natalie Bochenski.
State Election: Labor will struggle form an effective opposition after the Liberal National Party sent it to the slaughter after almost 20 years of rule in Queensland. Campbell Newman will be the next premier, with the LNP expected to have a staggering 74 seats in the 89-seat parliament.
Election: The Liberal National Party is on track for a landslide win in Queensland, with Labor to be left with 10 or fewer seats, two separate exit polls show. The poll, for the Nine Network, gives the LNP 63 per cent of the two-party preferred vote.
4BC Mornings: The State election campaign is reaching the pointy end, so QLD Premier, Anna Bligh also calls into 4BC Mornings. Greg Cary asks how her campaign has been progressing, and if the attacks against Campbell Newman are personal.
4BC News: Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott expects Campbell Newman will be Queensland premier after Saturday's state election. That means the Liberal National Party leader will lead the opposition to victory and win for himself the Labor seat of Ashgrove.
4BC Drive: Premier Anna Bligh's election campaign carries on across Queensland, and Gary Hardgrave joins her to find out what the Premier has done for International Woman's Day. Hardgrave asks Premier Anna Bligh why Labor has started this campaign from behind.
4BC Mornings: Leader, Campbell Newman speaks with Cary and hits back at the dirty allegations made by Anna Bligh's Labor Party and describes how he will put the QLD budget back in the back and tells listeners just how important Ashgrove is.
4BC Breakfast: Leader of the LNP Campbell Newman has told Peter and Mary from 4BC Breakfast that he is proud of the way his party has conducted itsel in its campaigning as polls suggests Labors campaign has turned voters away. Listen now and have your say.
4BC Drive: Deputy Premier Andrew Fraser and Deputy Leader of the Opposition, LNP Tim Nicholls joins 4BC Drive with Gary Hardgrave talking about the current state election and fields calls from listeners. Listen now and have your say.
4BC Drive: Bob Katter’s half-brother, Carl Katter today released a campaign in response to the Australian Party’s anti-gay ad earlier in the week. Carl argues that our leaders should embrace diversity and support equality.
4BC Mornings: Campbell Newman has brought out a liberal star power in front of the party faithful in Ashgrove. Former long serving Liberal PM John Howard joins Newman on the campaign trial, claiming Newman will win Ashgrove and be next Premier.
4BC Breakfast: Ashgrove MP Kate Jones claims being still the election underdog, despite promising poll results in her fight against Campbell Newman. Jones talked to Peter and Mary from 4BC Breakfast about whether she’d seek a ministry, if Labor retains government and Jones retains Ashgrove.
4BC Drive: Live in studio, Paul Lucas responds to the LNP’s calls to revisit the child abuse inquiry, as well as their announcement of a ‘two strike’ policy for child offenders. Shadow Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie follows.
4BC Mornings: Managing Director of Bravehearts Hetty Johnston speaks to Greg Cary about the LNP’s reopening of the 13-year-old inquiry into child safety. Campbell Newman calls in from the Bus on his way to Toowoomba to weigh in. Listen now.
4BC Drive: Deputy Premier Andrew Fraser joins Gary to respond to Queensland Liberal National Party president Bruce McIver’s comments on a possible ‘Plan C’, if Campbell Newman does not win the Ashgrove seat. Listen now and have your say.
4BC Mornings: Will helicopters help police presence? LNP leader Campbell Newman believes so, and speaks with Greg Cary before his announcement of 2 new helicopters and increased police numbers for South East Queensland.
4BC Breaking News: Former PM Kevin Rudd has lost the leadership ballot with PM Julia Gillard, Julia Gillard has been emphatically returned as Labor Leader and PM 71 votes to 31 over Kevin Rudd. Click heading for more.
4BC Drive: Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, steps into the 4BC Drive studio to respond to the Prime Minister's announcement of a ballot call in the coming week. Listeners are also offered the opportunity to call in and pose their questions.
4BC Mornings: The general unrest within the Labor Government will cause harm to Queensland, according to former Labor minister, and long-time Labor MP, Con Sciacca. Greg Cary talks about the current leadership troubles with Sciacca and what he thinks should be done .
4BC Breakfast: With a quiet week so far on the campaign trail, Channel 7's Political reporter, Patrick Condren, tells 4BC Breakfast of a lighter moment, with a debate over whether Campbell Newman called someone a "pothead".
4BC Mornings: Campaign Advisor to the Labor Party and Managing Director of Campaigns and Communications Bruce Hawker speaks to Greg Cary about Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard, and how Anna Bligh and Campbell Newman start their campaigns.
4BC Afternoons: What is important to Gen Y, Gen X and the Baby Boomers at the next election? Moyd and Loretta invited Nicole, a Gen Y from Auchenflower, John, a Gen X from Taringa and Ruth, a Baby Boomer from Clayfield, into studio to debate.
4BC Mornings: Following Premier Anna Bligh's announcement of this year's election, 4BC Mornings welcomed LNP Leader, Campbell Newman to the studio. Taking calls from listeners, Campbell tells some of his history and outlines the way forward.
4BC Newsroom: One Nation has announced that they will field a candidate for the Brisbane Seat of Ashgrove at the next State Election. The party’s state director Ian Nelson will shake up the Ashgrove seats in a fiery contest. 4BC's Caroline Morano reports.
4BC Mornings: The question's being asked - is an election looming on the horizon? Political Commentator, Paul Williams talks to Chris Adams about the possibility, and what the Bligh goverment plans to do with empty seats, job numbers and pollies super.
4BC Mornings: The state election that is due this year will have national implications, and Chris Adams looks at the possible outcomes with Scott Prasser, Professor of Public Policy, Australian Catholic University. Campbell or Bligh - who do you go for?
4BC Breakfast: In an effort to boost public support, a Brisbane-based Labor MP has released a re-election rap, ahead of the state election. Steve Kilburn explained the idea behind the you tube clip to Peter and Mary from 4BC Breakfast.
4BC News: Premier Bligh has addressed the state this morning, claiming the flood reports require an extension and has caused implications to the Queensland election dates. The Premier has called the Queensland election for 24th March with local elections likely to be in April.
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