Menu
News

Labor President says it's still too early to call

ALP state president Dick Williams (R) and Brisbane City Council opposition leader Milton Dick pictured at a post election party at Lions Richlands Club in Richlands, Brisbane, Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015.
ALP state president Dick Williams (R) and Brisbane City Council opposition leader Milton Dick pictured at a post election party at Lions Richlands Club in Richlands, Brisbane, Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015. AAP Image - John Pryke

IPSWICH based Labor party president Dick Williams says it's still too early to tell if they will take home the victory tonight.

Speaking to APN from Opposition Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk's camp in Richlands, Mr Williams said he was "ecstatic" at the result so far.

"Annastacia has done an unbelievable job to bring us back from the wilderness in less than three years," he said.

"Going from a team of seven to a team of nine and possibly into government in its own right is absolutely outstanding."

But Mr Williams said they did not want to jump ahead of themselves.

"There are still a number of seats in doubt," he said at about 9pm.

And the ECQ says:

Topics:  labor party queensland election 2015


Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Discover a land before time

FLASH BACK: The Central Highlands were once home to multitudes of volcanos, spread over the plains.

Go on a journey through the land before time with Peter Grigg.

Race day to help locked out miners

No Caption

Moranbah race day held to help raise funds for locked out miners.

On the verge of history

Brooks Pleasure, won Race 1 at Callaghan Park.

Brook's Pleasure is making history at Callaghan Park.

Local Partners