The Queensland Labor Government has been re-elected with an increased majority following Saturday's state election.
With counting continuing the Labor Party is tipped to win 52 seats the LNP 34 KAP 3 ONP 1 The Greens 2 and Independents 1
The swing to Labor is expected to be around the 5% mark.
It was all good news for ETU Members who stood with Shane King being re-elected following a 7.6% swing to him in Kurwongbah, Lance McCallum doubled his margin in Bundamba making it once again one of the state's safest Labor seats, Kim Richards held off all challengers in marginal Redlands increasing her margin to around 4% and Chris Whiting scored a 6.5% Swing to him in Bancroft. For Chris Johnson in Coomera the result is in doubt with Chris achieving a 2.5% swing on election night leaving him just behind the LNP incumbent with around 25% still to be counted. For up to date information here