Samples have been taken for testing from the Princess Alexandra hospital as Queensland joins three other states in checking buildings

Potentially dangerous aluminium cladding has been found on one of Brisbane’s busiest hospitals during an audit of public and private buildings conducted by the Palaszczuk government.

Queensland’s housing minister, Mick de Brenni, said he was informed about aluminium composite panels (ACPs) on the Princess Alexandra hospital this week, and samples had been taken for testing.

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