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Queensland’s peak body for non-government disability services has received more than $700,000 in funding to help service providers transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), which started rolling out across Queensland on 1 July.
A unique project connecting people with disability and rescue animals from the RSPCA’s Wacol shelter has received a share of Palaszczuk Government grants for activities during this year’s Disability Action Week and International Day of People with Disability.
The Deputy Premier will consider a ministerial call in of the proposed West Village development at the Absoe site in West End.
Women and children seeking refuge from domestic and family violence in southwest Queensland will benefit from a new emergency accommodation shelter at Roma.
A successful program to help perpetrators of domestic violence stop their violent behaviour will be expanded to help keep children safe.
An alarm to help reduce fatalities on Queensland farms from quad bike rollovers and a world-first wireless data link for virtual reality technology are the first two projects to receive funding from the $10 million Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas Fund.
The Palaszczuk Government is tapping into an international network to fully realise the potential of open data with the announcement of a funding agreement with the Open Data Institute Queensland (ODIQ).
Australia’s first television series designed to help deaf and hard of hearing children develop early literacy, numeracy and communication skills is being aired on ABC TWO.
A Rockhampton-based plumbing company has been recognised for excellence in the field, snaring two awards at this year’s Master Plumbers Association of Queensland (MPAQ) industry Awards Night.
A new campaign in Queensland state schools will get underway this week to stamp out aggressive and violent behaviour towards school staff.
Treasurer, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships and Minister for Sport Curtis Pitt has officially opened the newly refurbished Aurukun Sports Hall.
Wide Bay plumbers and gasfitters have been recognised for excellence, snaring two awards at this year’s Master Plumbers Association of Queensland (MPAQ) industry Awards Night.
Deloitte has been appointed to lead a review into disability education in state schools.
Queensland small businesses will be better supported to start, grow and employ with the opening of the Palaszczuk Government’s Office of Small Business today.
The Palaszczuk Government has announced it will deliver one of the largest road projects programs in Queensland in the Mackay and the Whitsundays region.
Three up and coming locals have been recognised for excellence in their field, snaring awards at this year’s Master Plumbers Association of Queensland (MPAQ) industry Awards Night.
The Vines Creek Bridges replacement project has reached a milestone this week with tenders called for the supply of deck units.
Gold Coast plumbers and gasfitters have been recognised for excellence in their field, snaring three awards at this year’s Master Plumbers Association of Queensland (MPAQ) Industry Awards Night.
The Queensland Government has taken the first steps to deliver two major integrated projects that will reduce pollution run-off into the Great Barrier Reef, under a $33 million dollar investment over four years.
Plumbing company General Manager Jody Monaghan has been recognised for excellence in the field, snaring an award at this year’s Master Plumbers Association of Queensland (MPAQ) industry Awards Night.
More than 1500 state school teachers have this week hit the books to upskill in science and maths.
Queensland has struck a new deal with Qantas to attract even more international visitors to the state.
Innovators are being invited to put forward proposals to design, develop and supply a robust, low cost, low maintenance water quality sensor to improve water quality on the Great Barrier Reef, through a new Queensland Government initiative.
Queensland state school teachers will have more control on how they teach the Australian Curriculum from Term 1 next year, Education Minister Kate Jones announced today.
Acting Police Minister Dr Anthony Lynham has thanked everyone involved in the search for five-year-old Jocelyn Lewis in Nerang on the Gold Coast.
The Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival has confirmed itself as one of the Gold Coast’s largest annual events after delivering record visitors in 2016.
One hundred new aerospace industry jobs will be created in Queensland as a result of the Palaszczuk Government’s $1m investment in drone technology.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says another analysis of the Queensland economy points to solid growth while identifying the well-known challenges being addressed by the Palaszczuk Government’s economic plan.
Brisbane’s sciences sector will soon have its say about growing Queensland’s burgeoning biomedical and life sciences industry over the next 10 years and creating high-tech jobs for the students and researchers of today.
The Palaszczuk Government is working through a number of recommendations to respond to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse, including the removal of the statute of limitation for child sexual abuse claims.