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The Palaszczuk Government has unveiled a new plan to reduce suicide, problematic alcohol and drug use and mental illnesses among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders.
The sustainable management of Queensland’s natural resources has continued to support businesses and attract economic investment for communities across the state, as highlighted in the Department of Natural Resources and Mines’ annual report tabled in Parliament today.
Firefighters are encouraging Queenslanders to get prepared for bushfire season, particularly in the wake of the Bureau of Meteorology’s Very High Fire Danger ratings for parts of the State today.
The release of the Queensland Health annual reports reflects the benefits of prudent financial management of the system, according to Health and Ambulance Services Minister Cameron Dick.
The Department of State Development has once again set the benchmark for building Queensland’s economy, harnessing innovation and expanding the suite of industries to create jobs, grow Queensland’s regions and support investment.
Innovation and Digital Economy Minister Leeanne Enoch, has encouraged the community to provide feedback as the Palaszczuk Government shapes the first comprehensive Open Data Policy for the Queensland Government.
The Palaszczuk Government is seeking comment from the public through a new online survey launched today (Friday) to gauge community perceptions on koalas and their management.
With the October long weekend approaching, Acting Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Leeanne Enoch has urged Queenslanders to be extra cautious on the roads.
The Palaszczuk Government’s delivery of an additional 266 police, increased awareness of family and domestic violence, and roadside drug testing last financial year are contributing to greater detection of crime.
Works began today on the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing viaduct – an 800m-long road bridge that will extend from the Lockyer Valley and cut through the Toowoomba Range at Mount Kynoch.
The Palaszczuk Government will test the US, Asian and Australian markets’ appetite to be part of the state’s potential $1 billion biofutures industry with a Request for Information (RFI) advertising campaign to be followed by an Expression of Interest (EOI) process in the coming ...
The Palaszczuk Government has committed to a wide-ranging review into bus driver safety across Queensland, after concerns were raised by key stakeholders at the Bus Safety Forum earlier this year.
Queensland tourism operators are celebrating a bumper season, Tourism Minister Kate Jones announced today.
The Queensland Government-owned transmission company, Powerlink Queensland, has offered assistance to South Australia to restore its electricity supplies, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will bring her Cabinet to meet in Townsville next Tuesday (4 October).
Two Queensland mining technology companies are taking centre stage, as they showcase new products at a US conference, and chase a bigger chunk of the US$220.4 billion North American mining market.
Police Minister Bill Byrne and Commissioner Ian Stewart today paused to pay tribute to the 143 fallen Queensland Police Service officers on National Police Remembrance Day.
The Palaszczuk Government has extended the crocodile management contract of the Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation in Cairns until June 2017.
Acting Treasurer and Tourism Minister Kate Jones has slammed the Federal Government’s blatant cash grab after jacking-up Australia’s Passenger Movement Charge by $5 – which will see every passenger exiting the country forced to pay $60 as part of their airline ticket.
Construction is expected to start on three new Government-led housing projects in Townsville by the end of the year, supporting more than 125 contractors and injecting more than $3.3 million into the local economy.
Three Indigenous Land and Sea Rangers will be on patrol in Gladstone thanks to a sponsorship agreement with ConocoPhillips on behalf of Australia Pacific LNG.
Judging has begun in the 2016 Premier’s Sustainability Awards with nearly 150 nominations received from businesses, rural landholders, schools, communities and individuals across Queensland.
Tourism Minister Kate Jones today slammed the Turnbull Government for not axing the backpacker tax.
Queensland’s readiness to tap into the growing multi-billion dollar international market for health care services was a hot topic at the second in a series of high level meetings with private sector health industry leaders today.
Minister for Corrective Services Bill Byrne has today announced an additional $1 million annually for a new program designed to give female prisoners a better chance of successfully re-integrating back into the community and reducing the incidence of re-offending and going back t ...
The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to protecting the Great Barrier Reef was reaffirmed today at a positive meeting with UNESCO in Paris.
The Palaszczuk Government is charting a new course for Government procurement with a new advisory group of key industry leaders meeting for the first time today.
More than 160 Year 11 students are preparing for the jobs of tomorrow these school holidays at Queensland University of Technology’s STEM camp.
From today, landholders and miners have more certainty about their land access rights and responsibilities around resource developments.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has offered the Queensland Government’s expertise managing a Shark Control Program, over the last 50 years, to New South Wales.