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From Bamaga to the Gold Coast, women and girls across Queensland are set to celebrate this year’s Queensland Women’s Week (QWW) following the awarding of $150,000 in grants.
The Palaszczuk Government is urging residents throughout parts of Queensland to prepare early ahead of severe thunderstorms forecast for later today.
Queensland’s peak construction industry leaders have met for the first time in 2017, kicking off an important year of reform for the industry.
The Turnbull Government must guarantee Queenslanders with disability the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will not be watered down following a Productivity Commission review announced today.
Education Minister Kate Jones today turned the first sod to mark the start of construction of a new state school in Caloundra South.
401 additional bus services and three new routes are being rolled out on the Sunshine Coast by TransLink from Monday, January 23.
Cairns is in the box seat to secure new flights from China after high level meetings with a China airline this week.
The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed Queensland-based civil engineering firm QBirt securing a $70 million bulk earthworks contract for Rio Tinto’s $2.6 billion Amrun Bauxite project on Cape York resulting in 150 new jobs for the State.
Regional Queensland councils are being urged to submit their job-creating projects after being allocated a share of the new $200 million Works for Queensland program.
Acting Treasurer Bill Byrne says it’s reassuring to see Queensland’s trend unemployment rate steady at 6 per cent.
Queensland Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath is today announcing that she has asked the recently re-established Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council (QSAC) to review the classification of child exploitation material for sentencing purposes.
I pay tribute to the Premier of New South Wales Mike Baird on his partnership and friendship, and wish him and his family the best for the future.
I have directed the State Coroner to make inquiries into the death of Shirley Brifman, who died on or around March 4, 1972.
Queensland Rail Acting Chief Executive Officer Neil Scales has provided me with an update on the preparations for the timetable to recommence on Monday (23 January) with the start of the school year.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has welcomed the next generation of Queensland doctors who will start work in 18 of the State’s public hospitals this week.
Rural Economic Development Minister Bill Byrne says its time the LNP was honest with Queenslanders about dams.
Queensland’s business confidence index for small to medium businesses (SMBs) reached its highest level since March 2010, recording a result of +43 points in the December quarter 2016.
The discovery of malnourished dogs, some in need of urgent veterinary care, at a remote rural property near Goondiwindi, shows precisely why the Palaszczuk Government is acting on illegal puppy farms says Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne.
The new Roma women’s shelter is one step closer to fruition with the opening of a tender for a suite of domestic and family violence services in South West Queensland.
The next stage of the $70 million Roma Hospital development will get underway this month with the demolition of the Pathology Building, the old nurses’ quarters and the hospital swimming pool to clear the area for new construction.
Councils will have access to the $70 million the Queensland Government's Building Our Regions sooner to help boost regional infrastructure and jobs, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said today.
Competition is heating up for organisations putting in bids to become the managing contractor of the $250 million North Queensland Stadium, with the January 18 deadline fast approaching.
Four industry-focussed business accelerators will receive funding from the $9 million Advance Queensland Industry Accelerators Program to stimulate jobs and growth in early stage businesses and startups.
The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed the release of Building Queensland’s second Infrastructure Pipeline Report, an independent analysis of Queensland’s priority infrastructure projects.
Nine Queensland small businesses will get a new year’s boost to help them grow market share.
The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to protect the sheep industry from the scourge of wild dogs is restoring flocks, jobs and training across western Queensland.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has welcomed rain across large parts of western Queensland, but reaffirmed her Government’s support for the State’s drought-affected primary producers.
Thirty-two new electricity apprentices have been officially welcomed to Energy Queensland’s Energex company.
The Palaszczuk Government is looking at breaking down barriers that stop children of public housing tenants from earning or learning when they finish school.
World-class thoroughbred racing will remain on the Gold Coast with a new deal securing the Magic Millions Carnival and Race Day for a further five years.