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We know this project is important for local industry in Bundaberg and Maryborough, Ms Palaszczuk said.
Photos taken on the beach showed her with the distinctive black handbag she fought so hard to keep during a tussle on the Bundaberg bridge.
Bundaberg hospital, and was banned from performing oesophagectomies and some abdominal procedures.
The acquisition of Bundaberg is consistent with our objective of investing in high quality assets in areas of strategic importance in the world sugar market.
She had arrived in Bundaberg - 220 miles north of Brisbane - with a friend, Sarah Holiday, only days earlier to earn some money picking tomatoes.
Long's barrister Terry Martin QC told the hearing that if Long were found guilty in Bundaberg, only 30 miles from Childers, there was certain to be an appeal on the grounds of fairness.
Successful projects are already underway in Townsville, Bundaberg, Logan and the South Burnett, with more to follow in the Tablelands, North Brisbane and Toowoomba just to name a few.
The former Bundaberg Base Hospital chief surgeon was jailed for seven years in July after he was convicted by a Supreme Court jury of three counts of manslaughter and one of grievous bodily harm.
Caroline, from York, had gone into Bundaberg, Queensland, to ring England using a discount deal at the post office.
Caroline Stuttle, 19, plunged to her death from the 30-foot high Burnett River Bridge in the farming town of Bundaberg, 220 miles north of Queensland state capital Brisbane, on April 10, 2002.
He told a fellow inmate: 'I've done something pretty bad, I've murdered that British backpacker,' the prisoner, who cannot be identified under court rules, told Bundaberg Magistrates Court in Queensland.
Caroline Stuttle, a 19-year-old from York, was robbed and thrown from a bridge in Bundaberg on April 10.