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World news – DISCOVERED: Gifts, Homes and Assets from Qld MPs

Australia Zoo platinum passes, Qantas club memberships and State of origin tickets have all been distributed to the newest class of MPs in Queensland, the latest register of interests shows.

Each Member of Queensland Parliament must detail their assets, liabilities, gifts and memberships in order to avoid the event of a conflict of interest between the private and public interests of an MP.

Along with the explanations of how many homes and investments a politician owns, the register often reveals other details.

Queensland Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk lists three properties on her register of interests – a house in Seventeen Mile Rocks and two units on the Gold and Sunshine coasts.

Last year, Ms. Palaszczuk received a platinum family experience pass to Australia Zoo, two tickets to the first game in the State of Origin series, and the NRL chairman’s lounge membership.

Despite interstate and international border closings, the premier also received membership in the Qantas Club and the Virgin Lounge.

Mr. Crisafulli lists six mortgages, four accounts and eleven savings accounts with Queensland Bank on his register.

Cryptocurrency is also a favorite among some MPs, with Katters Australia Party MPs Nick Dametto and Bart Mellish listing Bitcoin as an investment.

Stephen Andrew of One Nation has announced, among other things, that he is Honorary Chief on the South Pacific island of Ambae.

Mr. Andrew stated that he was « not a Vanuatu citizen, nor do I have a Vanuatu passport ».

Rockhampton Labor MP Barry O’Rourke owns a twelfth of a 60 percent syndicate of racehorse Isis-Turbo.

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