PM bowls over kid on campaign trail, Queensland health crisis worsens | 9 News Australia

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison was involved in an awkward on-field mishap yesterday, bowling over a young soccer player during a football match while on the campaign trail in Tasmania, ahead of the 2022 Federal Election . In Queensland, the crisis facing the health sector is set to worse over winter, with cancelled surgeries and ambulance queues stacking up, as the State Government calls for more federal funding.

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