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More than 23,000 Queenslanders have had their say on the proposal to ban lightweight single-use plastic shopping bags in Queensland.
The Palaszczuk Government will attract more working Queenslanders to take on the invaluable job of fostering, after pledging to help pay for childcare and kindy.
The Palaszczuk Government has commenced community and industry consultation on reforms to protect motorists from pricing confusion at petrol stations.
The Palaszczuk Government is offering a multi-million dollar incentive to attract innovative ways of helping improve the water quality of the Great Barrier Reef.
With a $400,000 Palaszczuk Government pitch redevelopment reaching the final siren, it’s game on for the 2017 football season at the Toowoomba Sports Ground.
Health and Ambulance Services Minister Cameron Dick has revealed the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) will be the first hospital in Queensland to use intelligent logistic robots to lift and transport meals and supplies when the facility opens next month.
Nominations for the 2017 Queensland Reconciliation Awards are now open.
Queensland’s live sport fans and concert goers will soon feel even closer to the on-field action, with Watpac today announced as the project contractor to deliver new screens at the Gabba and Suncorp Stadium.
Four of Queensland’s leading regional tourism events and operators have taken out top honours at the prestigious Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in Darwin overnight.
Queensland’s new gene technology laws will be in step with Commonwealth legislation from next week, creating certainty for research in the state.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has vowed to bring forward legislation aimed to prevent and protect victims of domestic violence to a vote in State Parliament months earlier than scheduled.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has invited five mayors from regional Queensland to join her meetings with the leadership of Adani, the proponents of the $21 billion Carmichael Coal project, in India next month (March).
Tourism Minister Kate Jones today nominated the Whitsundays to be part of a new push to drive tourism infrastructure investment in the region.
Cairns tourism is set for an innovation injection thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s Advance Queensland initiative.
Residents, industry and producers can take advantage of public information sessions being held in regional centres to discuss the Palaszczuk Government’s draft water plan for the Great Artesian Basin (GAB) and other regional aquifers.
The Palaszczuk Government’s efforts to restrain and stabilise power prices are continuing for a third year following the release of the Queensland Competition Authority draft determination on regulated retail electricity prices for regional Queensland in 2017-18.
Queensland is in the running as the potential location to design, build and maintain the next multi-billion dollar generation of Australian Army armoured combat reconnaissance vehicles.
Small Business Minister Leeanne Enoch today announced the Palaszczuk Government was partnering with Vodafone for 2017 Queensland Small Business Week.
The Palaszczuk Government will partner with the state's agricultural sector to help growers prepare for a warmer climate after a survey of Queenslanders endorsed that approach.
North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP) has completed the finishing touches to an important piece of infrastructure at the Port of Abbot Point.
The Palaszczuk Government is helping Queensland schoolgirls soar to new heights by funding a drone company to encourage an interest in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
State, territory and local governments have called on the Federal Government to ramp up Australia’s climate change policy and to provide certainty for investors in renewable energy in a roundtable meeting in Cairns.
Corrective Services Minister Mark Ryan announced today that one week after the Palaszczuk Government announced the expansion of GPS tracking technology to increase community safety, the first parolee has had a GPS tracker placed on them as part of enhancing their supervision cond ...
Minister for Tourism, Major Events and the Commonwealth Games Kate Jones today announced Brisbane would host Australia’s Davis Cup quarterfinal tie against the United States from 7 to 9 April.
My Government’s priorities are to create jobs and opportunities for Queenslanders and ensure their access to frontline services, including health and education, no matter where they live.
The Federal LNP Government is letting down regional Queensland when it comes to telecommunications
Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Industry, Curtis Pitt, says the latest regional and youth unemployment figures should prompt regional employers to beat next Tuesday’s deadline for accessing the state government’s $20,000 Back to Work Youth Boost payment.
A further $500,000 will be available this Friday (24 February) to help Queensland children kick-start their involvement in organised sport or recreation activities through the re-opening of Round 9 of the popular Get Started Vouchers program.
Political leaders from around the country are meeting in Cairns this afternoon (Thursday) to discuss how they can collaborate to reduce carbon greenhouse pollution, ahead of visiting the Great Barrier Reef tomorrow.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is calling on the Turnbull Government to intervene after a Commonwealth Fair Work Commission decision to cut Sunday penalty rates and take-home pay for thousands of Queenslanders.