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7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Push for 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games events to be hosted in regional Queensland | 7NEWS” – below is their description.
There’s a push from several local leaders around the state to host Olympic Games events across regional Queensland, should the 2032 Brisbane bid be successful.
Queensland MP Michelle Landry has said that while it’s still early days, they’ll be making sure the regions get their fair share.
“Every Australian taxpayer is going to be paying towards this, so I think that we all need to benefit from it.”
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