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Minister for Main Roads Mark Bailey has slammed the Turnbull Government for siphoning promised roads funding for Queensland and spending it interstate.
Works are underway on a $1.65 million upgrade of a 900-metre stretch of the Bruce Highway near Aldershot north of Maryborough.
An extra two frontline child safety workers will begin work in Maryborough by March next year, as part of a continued push to improve the child protection system and keep Queensland children safe.
Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and Queensland Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Bill Byrne have announced the activation of disaster assistance in four Queensland communities impacted by flooding which occurred from 13 to 20 September 2016.
Neighbours, friends and family members are playing their part to keep children safe with the latest quarterly data showing an increase in reporting concerns about children to Queensland authorities.
The Palaszczuk Government has today returned tens of thousands of hectares of land in Cape York to Traditional Owners in a momentous deal.
Innovation Minister Leeanne Enoch today announced a funding program aimed at supporting councils across the Darling Downs and South West region to support the delivery of coding and robotics activities in their communities.
The bells will be ringing out this morning (October 26) as Bundaberg prepares for the return of nesting turtles to Mon Repos.
Minister for Transport Stirling Hinchliffe today provided an update on the performance of the interim train timetable.
North Queensland’s iconic destinations are taking centre stage in a new plan to boost tourism across the region.
With the Turnbull Cabinet meeting in Brisbane today the Palaszczuk Government is renewing calls for the Commonwealth to pay their share of plant and equipment costs owed to local councils across Queensland.
New environmentally sustainable safari tents in the world heritage-listed Lamington National Park will be a major drawcard for visitors to the Gold Coast hinterland looking for a unique experience.
The Port of Mackay has entered a new era of break bulk trade thanks to a new wash-down facility and quarantine approved premises.
Emergency services vehicles in Mackay will reach their destinations faster thanks to award-winning traffic technology switched on by the Palaszczuk Government this month.
Creating jobs in the state's booming tourism industry was the focus of discussion at the DestinationQ forum in Mackay today.
Powerlink Queensland is investing $24 million to upgrade the Mackay Substation to further secure electricity supply and support continued economic growth in the region.
Cyclists will soon pedal with ease between Bli Bli and Mount Coolum with a series of improvements to be rolled out next year along David Low Way.
The Mackay Whitsunday Healthy Rivers to Reef report card released today (Tuesday) delivers mixed results for local waterways, according to Minister for the Great Barrier Reef Dr Steven Miles.
Queensland small businesses keen to fast track growth to create jobs and grow the economy will be supported by the Palaszczuk Government’s new Accelerate Small Business grants program.
The Palaszczuk Government has secured the support of the Turnbull Government to finalise planning for Cross River Rail.
The Palaszczuk Government has had to find $15 million in interim funding to support Barnaby Joyce’s 100 per cent federally funded National Water Infrastructure Development Fund to ensure feasibility studies in Queensland can proceed.
The Palaszczuk Government has been briefed by the owner and proponent of the Whitsunday solar farm, Edify Energy, and its development partner Solar Choice, on its investment in regional Queensland.
The North Queensland Cowboys and North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP) today kicked off a community-based partnership that will engage school children from across the region.
Four Queensland small businesses are to share in $100,000 as part of a major Palaszczuk Government innovation program to develop clever solutions to IT challenges in the public sector.
Prep and Year One students at Cannonvale State School will enjoy brand new state-of-the-art classrooms from the first day of the school in 2017.
The finishing touches are being put on the Whitsunday’s newest boutique hotel in Airlie Beach set to open its doors to visitors on 1 November.
Up to 650 jobs could be created in the Mackay-Whitsundays region following the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) which commences next month.
The Deputy Premier has called in a development application for Stage 2 of a vital flood mitigation levee in Roma following requests from Maranoa Regional Council.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says a range of recent reports and hard data show the Queensland economy has returned from the depths of the LNP’s mismanagement and is poised for continued strong growth.
Strong response to first round of Palaszczuk Government’s $12 million in Community Sustainability Action grants
The Palaszczuk Government is assessing 99 applications received under the first round of its new $12 million grants program to support heritage, environment and wildlife projects.