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A ban on the sale of knives to minors will be brought forward as the Queensland government tries to gain control over the state’s youth crime problem.

Retailers will be required to lock up sharp weapons such as axes, tomahawks and machetes, and to check identification of those buying them.

The penalty for having a knife in public will also be increased from 12 to 18 months, Premier Steven Miles announced today.

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