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  1. #46
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    Apr 2012
    Under the Southern Cross
    Well done Kate and David!!

    November 01, 2014

    Senior crime journalists Kate Kyriacou and David Murray won the Specialist Writer of the Year category for leading the paper’s coverage of the Baden-Clay and Morcombe cases. The duo were also finalists in the Feature Writer of the Year section


  2. #47
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    May 2012

    Defence lawyer Terry O'Gorman quoted as saying "I am not going to sit idly by and see in the O'Dempsey case a repeat of the police prejudicial media tactics which reached its heights in the Baden-Clay case and continued with the recent Tostee murder arrest".

    What does he mean?
    In jail!

  3. #48
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    May 2012
    A radio conversation about Allison's memorial.

    @612brisbane: Main Roads $s have been spent on private memorial to accommodate this says Amy Rayward in reference to Alison Baden-Clay roadside memorial.
    6.26 am 1 day ago

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  4. #49
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    Jul 2012
    Scenic Rim, Queensland

    Friday 28th July 2017

    Strive to Be Kind Day (in memory of Allison Baden-Clay) will be held on Friday, July 28th 2017. This year’s day is shaping up to be even bigger and better than last year as we will once again join with schools, community groups and workplaces to remember Allison and her kindness. She was a very generous and loving soul who always put others before herself.

    In its fifth year, Strive to Be Kind day was initially introduced in 2012 so that the community could join together to show each other a little more kindness. Respect, kindness and paying it forward are all things that we need more of and we encourage young people to spend the day, weeks or months, doing random acts of kindness.

    People Who Have Nothing To Hide - HIDE NOTHING!!!

  5. #50
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    Jul 2012
    Sydney Australia
    Scholarship in Allison Baden-Clay's memory

    A scholarship for ballet students has been set up in the memory of slain Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay.

    The $5000 scholarship will be awarded for the next three years to support a Year 12 student attending the Queensland Ballet academy's senior program.
    Queensland Premier and Arts Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the scholarship on Strive to be Kind Day on Friday, set up to remember Allison and raise awareness of domestic and family violence.
    "We had a discussion with the family about what would be the best way to honour Allison's legacy and we decided this would be the best way forward," Ms Palaszczuk said
    The premier said she actually met Allison while they were both studying ballet as children.
    Allison's parents Geoff and Priscilla Dickie attended the launch of the scholarship, and agreed Allison would have been thrilled.
    "She was a very good dancer and she loved that studio and she really enjoyed the dance classes, and I suppose the premier did too," Geoff Dickie said.

    Chemo a day keeps the funeral away
    ET go home

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