Premier Anna Bligh denies claims she was thrown out of shops on Stradbroke Island

Premier and Minister for Reconstruction

The Honourable Anna Bligh



Reports that the Premier was asked to leave shops or was refused service on Stradbroke Island over the past week are completely untrue.

These reports are malicious lies spread by LNP MP Mark Robinson who, in fact, supported the legislation to stop sand mining when it was debated in the Parliament. 

The Premier and her husband are enjoying a relaxing holiday at a beautiful Queensland destination and have enjoyed excellent service at a number of shops and cafes.

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