Cairns News Investment Advisory

by Gil Hanrahan

The editorial board of Cairns News advises any prospective investors in the hospitality market to buy as many hotels or bottle shops as it can in Townsville and surrounding areas.

The communists of the Queensland Labor Party just handed over $30 million to nearby Palm Island for a riot islanders held in 2004 after a policeman was accused of throwing a punch causing the death of elder Cameron Doomagee in the Palm Island watch house.

Palm Island elder Cameron Doomagee allegedly died due to a punch from a policeman in the watch house. Medical sources claim Doomagee was hit by a car the day before.

What has not been given much air, according to medical sources, Doomagee had been hit by a car the day before.

This out-of-depth government, is stitched together by just two seats, one being the subject of voting fraud allegations at the 2017 election.

Those western primary producers and businesses suffering from years of drought ought to be incensed about this fraud being enacted upon the long-suffering taxpayers of Queensland.

When they are told there are no more freight subsidies available for fodder, or their banks begin foreclosing or the families of farmers who suffer two suicides a month then it is time to take a very different stand against fiscal impropriety by Labor MP’s who have never held a real job in their lives.

These grubby socialists and their union bedmates are quite happy to gorge on the best food produced in the world, thanks to their bulging parliamentary expense accounts.

The 400 indigenous inhabitants of Palm Island just scored a pay rise of $30 million and incredibility another disingenuous apology for staging a riot in 2004

There is never a hand-out to these thousands of struggling families.

If ever there was a need for an Upper House in Queensland, it is now.

Our advice is to buy as many pubs as you can in the Townsville and Ingham areas, buy shares in Great Northern beer and VB, then get down to Bundaberg and grab some land near the rum distillery.

Palm Island will soon reverberate like the 1808 Rum Rebellion.