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Mackay

(məkī`), city (1991 pop. 40,250), Queensland, NE Australia on the Pioneer River. A port city, Mackay exports sugar, beef, and coal.

Mackay

a port in E Australia, in Queensland: artificial harbour. Pop.: 57 649 (2001)
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The partnership did not last long, and Mackay branched out as a publisher.
In Mackay today, the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services Steven Miles said $29 million translated into more than 9,000 fewer surgeries and other hospital services for Queenslanders in the Mackay region.
1 December 2017 - UK-based corporate travel and event management firm Reed and Mackay Travel has agreed to acquire French TMC, Frequent Flyer Travel Paris (FFTP) to expand Reed and MacKay's global footprint, the company said.
Father MacKay maintains his innocence, and we ask that people not prejudge him based on the accusations," his lawyer, Terri Wood of Eugene, said Wednesday afternoon.
May 9, 2014: Mackay and Moody drop legal claims against Cardiff following their sackings.
The news was stunning as MacKay was considered a likely candidate to succeed Prime Minister Stephen Harper as leader of the Conservative Party and thus a possible future prime minister.
Mackay's great rival, Billy Bremner, who died 18 years ago, was once described as, "ten stone of barbed wire", and George Best once referred to Mackay as, "the hardest man I ever played against, and the bravest".
It seems incredible now to think that Bluebirds supporters will travel to Wigan for a Championship encounter, see their former manager and, far from fall at his feet in adoration, find themselves unable to acknowledge the Scot, discover themselves actually hostile to Mackay and not just because he is manager of the opposition either.
Mackay, named new Latics boss on Wednesday, is the subject of an ongoing Football Association investigation into racist, sexist and homophobic text messages sent during his time as Cardiff manager.
Former Bluebirds boss Mackay had been expected to take charge at Crystal Palace - but that job offer was withdrawn yesterday.
CARDIFF owner VINCENT TAN has laid the blame for relegation to the Championship firmly at the feet of former manager MALKY MACKAY.
New record of Aphaenogaster punctaticeps Mackay, 1989 for Mexico and first record of Aphaenogaster mexicana (Pergande, 1896) for Jalisco state (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Myrmicinae).