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Tributes flow for Queensland grandmother who died in a suspicious house fire

This article contains references to domestic violence.

A Queensland grandmother who perished in a suspicious house fire had recently taken out a protection order.

Tributes are flowing for 49-year-old Doreen Langham on social media pages that campaign against domestic violence.

Media reports have also named Ms Langham as a victim of Monday’s blaze, south of Brisbane, along with a 49-year-old man identified as her ex-partner Gary Hely.

Police are yet to formally identify the bodies found inside the blackened shell of a Browns Plains home and are awaiting the results of an autopsy.

Investigators believe the fire was deliberately lit.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk spoke of the tragedy on Tuesday, saying: “It’s unbelievable this is happening in…



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