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Queensland Energy Minister Mark Bailey has accused Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg of burying his head in the sand on Australia’s renewable energy future.
The Palaszczuk Government's global push for trade and investment opportunities was in track to secure a record $50 billion in export sales this financial year.
The Commonwealth Games Federation Coordination Commission’s (CoCom) sixth meeting to review the progress of preparations for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) is under way.
Tenders are opening today for a new disability housing project in Far North Queensland, bringing jobs and more accommodation options to the region.
Another State-wide program of events and celebrations are being planned for Australia Day next month, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.
The countdown is on - it’s International Volunteer Day and Queenslanders are being asked to consider giving their time as a Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games volunteer.
Santa is coming for Queensland’s kids in care thanks to a more than $32,000 donation boost from Southeast Queensland’s construction industry workers.
Fire and Emergency Services Minister Mark Ryan and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) Commissioner Katarina Carroll have praised the efforts of the organisation’s 40,000-plus volunteers on International Volunteer Day today.
Reducing the number of road fatalities and injuries will be the focus of the fourth Safer Roads, Safer Queensland forum being held in Brisbane this morning.
The $21.7 billion Carmichael coal and rail project has secured its final major State and Federal Government approval this week
The sacrifices made by Queensland’s miners and their contribution to the State’s economy will be permanently honoured at new memorial in Redbank.
Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne today called on the Turnbull Government to release the final Productivity Commission report into agriculture industry regulation to reveal the damage of the LNP's changes to the sugar industry 12 months ago.
Thousands of vulnerable Queenslanders will have fresh food on the table this Christmas through a Queensland Government funding initiative that will help people survive homelessness with dignity.
Gold Coast teenager Anne Chen and Loganholme university student Tee Indawongse are the winners of this year’s coveted State Library of Queensland Young Writers Award.
The Palaszaczuk Government has announced AEG Ogden as operator of the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) for a further five years.
Two startups from thriving entrepreneurial ecosystems in the United States will relocate to the Sunshine Coast under the Queensland Government’s $8 million Hot DesQ program.
The Gold Coast’s startup ecosystem got a boost today with the announcement that two recipients of the Queensland Government’s $8 million Advance Queensland Hot DesQ entrepreneurial program will be based in the city.
Two technology startups will relocate to Cairns and strengthen the growing entrepreneurial ecosystem under the Palaszczuk Government’s $8 million Advance Queensland Hot DesQ program.
The Palaszczuk Government’s innovation movement continues to gain momentum with international and interstate entrepreneurial talent relocating to Queensland from this month.
The Queensland Government is today marking International Day of People with Disability.
Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni has welcomed the new Queensland Building and Construction Board, setting them the task of meaningful reform of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).
The safety of the Malanda community has been boosted, with frontline police doubled in the Atherton Tableland town.
Queenslanders can have their say on a new disability plan to pave the way for a brighter future for people with disability, with more opportunities to work, socialise, travel, and participate in our community.
The Wide Bay region is set to become a must-visit destination for dive tourists after Bundaberg and the Fraser Coast was named the successful site for the scuttling of ex-HMAS Tobruk.
North Queensland’s electricity grid and its economy is another step closer to being powered by more renewable energy and more renewable jobs with a major solar project reaching a finance milestone.
State heritage places will now be better protected under new planning provisions coming into force next week.
Funding for accelerated maintenance and sealing works worth $787,000 has been allocated to Lamington National Park Road, about five kilometres from Canungra.
Minister for Training and Skills Yvette D’Ath today announced the appointment of members to the TAFE Queensland board to provide direction and guidance to Queensland’s largest provider of vocational training.
Queensland’s position as a global innovation hotspot will gather more momentum with applications now open for the second round of Advance Queensland Innovation Partnerships program.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has announced the appointment of a new judge to the District Court of Queensland.