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South-East Queensland electricity users are set to have access to a wider range of innovative products and deals as a result of the deregulation of the retail electricity market, which comes into effect today.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has officially started in Queensland today, signalling the beginning of a new era in disability services and huge opportunity for new workers to join the sector.
Fisheries Minister Leanne Donaldson took to the water today to mark the golden anniversary of the Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol (QBFP).
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today announced Queensland had secured the prestigious The Walkley Awards in Brisbane from 2016 to 2018.
The Palaszczuk Government is encouraging sport and recreation clubs around Queensland to apply for funding through the Get Going Clubs and Get Playing Places and Spaces programs – with Round 5 opening today.
The Queensland Government is revitalising action on climate change, Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles told a Gold Coast conference today (1 July).
New laws introduced today are the most significant change to biosecurity legislation in Queensland for more than 100 years, Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Leanne Donaldson said.
Queensland first home buyers will receive a $5,000 boost to the Queensland First Home Owners’ Grant from today, giving them $20,000 to get into the market.
Queensland’s Multicultural Recognition Act commences today, formally recognising Queensland as a multicultural society.
Jobseekers in regional Queensland will be able to get a helping hand from today with the commencement of the Palaszczuk Government’s $100 million Back to Work regional jobs package.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt welcomed the latest news from the state's $60 billion liquefied natural gas industry, with APLNG having successfully farewelled its first shipment to a major Japanese customer.
Gold Coast residents will be safer on a night out thanks to a more than $1.7 million funding injection to the city’s Safe Night Precincts to help support services tackle alcohol-fuelled violence.
Sunshine Coast residents will be safer on a night out thanks to a more than $530,000 funding injection to the city’s Safe Night Precinct to help support services tackle alcohol-fuelled violence.
Toowoomba residents will be safer on a night out thanks to a more than $340,000 funding injection to the city’s Safe Night Precinct to help support services tackle alcohol-fuelled violence.
Mackay disability services provider Engedi will benefit from more than $2.6 million in Palaszczuk Government funding to support local people with disability.
A $1 million grants program to celebrate Queensland’s multiculturalism is now open for applications.
Ergon Energy’s disaster response capability will be enhanced with the roll-out of 31 additional radio base stations, with a number stretching across the Mackay and Central Queensland regions.
The Palaszczuk Government’s new Weapons Consultation Forum met for the first time in Brisbane today.
The Palaszczuk Government has secured the Castrol Gold Coast 600 and the Castrol EDGE Townsville 400 for the next three years.
Highly respected Queensland businessman Greg Skyring has been appointed as the state’s Commissioner for Electrical Safety for the next three years.
Rockhampton residents will be safer on a night out thanks to a more than $500,000 funding injection to the city’s Safe Night Precinct to help support services tackle alcohol-fuelled violence.
The Barada Barna people and Widi people of Central Queensland have a new “sense of pride and knowledge” for their children, following a Federal Court decision that recognises them as the traditional owners of their land.
Deb Frecklington’s misleading comments over the funding of Cross River Rail show the LNP are not only opposed to this project and at odds with their federal colleagues, but are also willing to alarm Queenslanders for blatantly political reasons.
Queensland children and young people with complex immunisation needs will have access to greater protection against life-threatening vaccine-preventable diseases, following the launch today of a new specialist immunisation service.
Cootharinga Mount Isa is counting down to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), with only two days to go until the start of the scheme’s roll-out in Queensland.
The Palaszczuk Government is calling on innovators and researchers to turn their expertise to protecting the Great Barrier Reef.
State Government funding will create new arts experiences for Queensland audiences with investment from the Queensland Arts Showcase Program.
Reports today that Cross River Rail could be funded by a levy on motorists are not correct.
The Palaszczuk Government is delivering $44 million to upgrade the Pacific Motorway (M1) between Mudgeeraba and Varsity Lakes.
The Palaszczuk Government is investing more than $11 million this year into the $17 million Caboolture Hospital upgrade, to help the facility keep up with regional growth and ensure it continues providing the best possible care to local residents.