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Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 The Queensland Shearers' Strikes in Rosa Praed's Fiction
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    y separately published work icon Queensland Review vol. 9 no. 1 May 2002 Z975116 2002 periodical issue 'Queensland is an idea whose time has come. The state is experiencing unprecedented economic growth, developing a new self-confidence and playing a more prominent role in national and regional affairs. The new government slogan, the 'Smart State', cleverly capitalises on changing internal and external perceptions of Queensland, as well as setting an innovative agenda for the future. Premier Peter Beattie points to 'the climate of innovation, education and training, coupled with our low State taxes, high standard of living, great lifestyle and sunny climate' as a particularly attractive base from which to 'develop Queensland as an Asia-Pacific hub for the new industries of the 21st Century'.' (Editorial) 2002 pg. 67-87
    Note: Includes reproductions of contemporary photographs.
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