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The Townsville Hospital’s oncology ward will undergo a $1.56 million facelift creating a dedicated bone marrow transplant unit serving the people of North Queensland.
The Queensland Government has delivered on an election commitment to rebuild intensive mental healthcare infrastructure for young people in Townsville with the announcement of new youth residential rehabilitation facilities for the city.
A new state-of-the-art firefighting vehicle that will help save lives and boost property protection on the Gold Coast was today handed over to Burleigh Heads Fire Station by Fire Minister Jo-Ann Miller.
A Gold Coast initiative to help curb youth crime through early intervention and education will be expanded by the Palaszczuk Government, Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath and Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller announced today.
Opportunities for the construction and infrastructure industries to transform their business were highlighted at a robotic-themed innovation workshop at the Queensland University of Technology today.
Work has started on the extension of on-road cycle lanes along David Low Way near the Maroochy River Golf Club.
Works to improve safety at the intersection of Narangba Road and Anzac Avenue in Kallangur are set to start in coming weeks, Main Roads and Road Safety Minister, Mark Bailey said today.
A Griffith University symposium has been held in Brisbane today to discuss Queensland’s transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and encourage stakeholders to work together.
More than 100,000 Queensland students are set to read more than 1.5 million books as part of the 10th annual Premier’s Reading Challenge launched today.
Queensland’s strengths in construction and housing are highlighted in two economic reports released today, Treasurer Curtis Pitt said.
As thousands of Queensland students return to school after the Easter holiday break, motorists are being warned to slow down near school zones and be mindful of the presence of students near the road.
Premier and Arts Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has joined celebrations to mark the Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s 30th anniversary.
Queensland will launch its own medicinal cannabis trial in conjunction with New South Wales and Victoria, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has urged vulnerable Queenslanders to take up the offer of a free influenza vaccination.
The Palaszczuk Government is partnering with former NRL star Petero Civoniceva to reduce violent assaults across Queensland as part of a campaign developed by Moreton District police and set to be rolled out statewide.
Education Minister Kate Jones today called on Queensland’s budding artists to enter the state’s leading arts awards for secondary students.
A draft Environmental Impact Statement that proposes dumping Cairns Port dredge spoil on the Great Barrier Reef highlights the Newman Government’s reckless disregard for one of Queensland’s most valuable assets, Treasurer Curtis Pitt said today.
Thousands of potential jobs in Queensland’s Galilee coal projects have come one step closer with a major milestone for Carmichael mine.
A workshop was held in Cooktown this week to look at the issues of homelessness and the social housing demand across the area.
Brisbane residents could sample a taste of the country at Brisbane’s Eat Street Markets this weekend, Minister for Tourism and Major Events Kate Jones said today.
I'm very pleased that myself and other first ministers have convinced the Federal Government to stand by the independent Commonwealth Grants Commission and endorse the proposed GST distribution at today's COAG meeting.This means that Queensland stands to gain an extra $556 millio ...
Work has started on a mountain-bike track for junior riders at Walkabout Creek Visitor Centre at The Gap.
Energy Minister Mark Bailey visited the Energex EsiTrain centre at Rocklea today to meet the newest Energex trainees and apprentices as they embark on new careers in Queensland’s power industry.
Townsville boaties will have access to some of the best all-weather facilities in Queensland, following the opening of the first stage of the $25 million Townsville Recreational Boating Park today.
The following can be attributed to a spokesperson from the Deputy Premier’s office:“The media report on Channel 9 News tonight regarding the light rail extension on the Gold Coast being imminent is factually incorrect. This project is yet to be finalised, approved or funded but a ...
Free kindy concerts featuring children’s entertainer and state government kindy ambassador Jay Laga’aia will tour South East Queensland next month, Education Minister Kate Jones announced today.
Minister for Tourism and Major Events Kate Jones today congratulated the winner of the Paradise Through Your Lens Tropical North Queensland marketing campaign.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt said today’s ABS labour force data shows an encouraging trend towards full-time employment in Queensland.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has called on the Federal Government to stop stalling and commit to funding kindergarten in 2016.
Health Minister Cameron Dick today called on Tony Abbott to reverse his decision to cut $11.8 billion from Queensland hospital funding from 2017-18 to 2024‑25.