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The assessment of a proposed $100 million mega cruise ship terminal for Queensland has been stepped up with the signing by Treasurer Curtis Pitt and Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) CEO Roy Cummins of a process deed to guide detailed planning.
Tourism will get a boost after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today announced China Eastern Airlines would increase its services from Shanghai to Brisbane to daily flights from this December, following high-level discussions during the Premier’s recent trade mission to China.
Queensland’s solar credentials have taken another leap forward with a proposed large-scale solar farm partnering with Origin Energy to provide solar power to Queensland’s communities and industries.
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson today launched a major foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) awareness campaign that urges Queensland’s livestock producers to do all they can to maintain Australia’s FMD-free status.
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS: The Queensland Government today secured a major foothold for Queensland businesses in the United States with the signing of a landmark agreement.
North Queensland has been left short-changed in the Federal Government’s 2016-17 Budget, with the Turnbull Government refusing to commit funding to the Townsville Stadium, despite overwhelming community support.
There’s not a lot of good news for Queensland in this Budget — the Sunshine State is now the forgotten state.
Eight new clinicians have started work in rural and regional Queensland to support Queenslanders suffering the effects of the drought.
Queensland trend business confidence rating has remained the highest of any mainland State for the 10th month in a row, according to today’s respected National Australia Bank Monthly Business Survey.
Queensland could be the hub for the multi-billion dollar Asia-Pacific aerospace industry that keeps civil and military aircraft in the skies, under a proposal released today.
HOUSTON, TEXAS: Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy Leeanne Enoch is fostering Queensland’s strategic partnership with one of the world’s leading health innovation companies during a visit to one of their innovation labs today.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says Queenslanders will have their chance at the coming federal election to pass judgement on any attempt to short-change the state on infrastructure spending in tomorrow night’s Federal Budget.
The Queensland Government’s ‘2FOR1’ ticket special on the Spirit of the Outback has driven a 48 percent increase in patronage with record numbers of tourists and visitors travelling to Western Queensland up from the previous year.
The Palaszczuk Government will commit an additional $5million to further expand wild dog fencing to breathe life into the sheep and wool industry in western Queensland.
The State Government has taken the first step to tackle one of the biggest challenges concerning Queensland charities – illegal dumping at charity stores and donation bins.
A trade mission to the United States by Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business Leeanne Enoch will open doors for greater collaboration with some of the world’s most influential innovation and science leaders.
After welcoming world leaders to Brisbane during the G20 Leaders’ Summit, a family of life-sized dinosaur sculptures has found a permanent home in the outback Queensland town of Eromanga.
The Mount Cotton Driver Training Centre is one step closer to a $15 million revamp to ensure it can provide road safety training for years to come.
The Palaszczuk Government will step in to make sure that all workers at Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel Refinery who are retrenched will all receive exit medical checks.
A new approach to domestic and family violence services will be trialled in Mount Isa to work out the best way to respond to violence and abuse in homes across regional Queensland.
Work to widen 13km of Hervey’s Range Road, between Lynam and Black River roads, began this week.
Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles joined marine scientists from the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection today (Friday 29 April 2016) for their annual turtle ‘rodeo’ where they catch turtles in Moreton Bay for their health checks.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today turned the first sod to mark the start of construction on Aveo Group’s $1 billion retirement village in Springfield
The Gold Coast Airport Marathon is set to attract more competitors from China following a landmark agreement with leading Chinese sports media company, Sina Sports.
Queensland’s core public sector workers today voted resoundingly in favour of a 2.5 per cent annual pay rise over three years in an employee ballot.
In a major boost to apprenticeships and construction jobs, work has commenced on the biggest stage of Queensland’s largest suburban renewal project.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has appointed three new magistrates to help deliver justice across Queensland.
The Queensland Government and GoldLinQ today formally entered into a new partnership to deliver the Gold Coast light rail extension in time for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Palaszczuk Government has lured international event company Myriad with a three-year deal to stage an annual innovation and startup festival.