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Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt says the Productivity Commission review into GST distribution announced should not be used as an excuse for the Turnbull government to discriminate against Queensland and cut federal funding levels.
The Turnbull Government must rule out cutting Queensland’s share of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) revenue, as Senator Pauline Hanson and Western Australia politicians have proposed, in response to Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation Economic Impact Review it announced today.
Queenslanders know the Liberal National Party will cut essential frontline services and government jobs across the State if it was ever to return to Government, but they don’t know where.
The Palaszczuk Government will invest to develop a business case for a hydro-electric power station on the State's largest dam - Burdekin Falls Dam - to secure energy and support jobs for North Queensland.
Iconic festival site Woodfordia will expand its tree planting program with the help of a Palaszczuk Government grant.
Australia’s most iconic tourism brands are joining forces to encourage more Australians to holiday in cyclone–affected Whitsundays.
The recollections and experiences of Queenslanders involved in the First World War will be digitised thanks to volunteers at the State Library of Queensland (SLQ).
The venue that will host the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) opening and closing ceremonies is now complete, with the purpose-built $105 million Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre in Carrara officially opened today.
State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers from around Queensland will test their rescue skills and battle each other for the top spot at the SES State Disaster Rescue Challenge this weekend in Townsville.
Latest test results continue to show water quality in areas surrounding the Brisbane Airport remain within recreational water use guidelines.
Crews are making great progress repairing Gold Coast roads damaged by Cyclone Debbie with Lamington National Park Road now open to traffic.
An analysis into how Hinze Dam operated during ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie has found its most recent upgrade was a major contributor in reducing the risk of flooding for thousands of downstream homes.
A new partnership agreement between the State Government and the state’s community housing peak body is set to drive more investment in affordable housing across the sector.
The President of Federation of Indian Communities of Queensland Mr Palanichamy Thevar JP has contacted my office today inviting me to meet with family of the late Manmeet Sharma, who are visiting from India.
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Queensland Parole Board President Peter McInnes.
Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace today joined rehabilitation and return to work experts at the North Queensland Return to Work Conference and Expo in Townsville.
The liability for the clean-up and on-going costs of the White Spot Disease outbreak in South East Queensland lies squarely at the feet of Barnaby Joyce and the Commonwealth, says Fisheries Minister Bill Byrne.
Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists now have safer access to the Captain Cook Highway and Cairns Airport thanks to the new $3.8 million Collins Avenue Bridge funded by the Palaszczuk Government and Cairns Regional Council.
Cairns residents can steer clear of dodgy payday lenders with the official opening of a Good Money store in Cairns today.
The Environment Minister Steven Miles will further strengthen Queensland’s crocodile management plan after meeting with Mayors from FNQ in Cairns.
More than 270 square kilometres of central Queensland, in one of the world’s leading coal production regions, is open for bids from explorers.
New figures confirm Queensland’s small business sector is not only growing in size, but also in confidence.
The Sunshine Coast’s Hive Haven is aiming for ‘sweet success’ during next month’s Queensland Small Business Week (2017 QSBW).
A Gold Coast company behind a product especially aimed at footballers suffering from cramps will be one of thousands of small businesses taking part in this year’s Queensland Small Business Week (2017 QSBW).
One of thousands of small business operators who will take part in the 2017 Queensland Small Business Week, Kylie Kluger has big dreams for her small business.
The Turnbull Government must commit to a gas pipeline in Queensland as part of a long-term package to tackle the looming east coast gas shortage.
The $22 million reconstruction of Winton’s iconic Waltzing Matilda Centre has begun.
Emerging “ice corridors” across southeast and Central Queensland mean 749 children – or one in every three – found to be in need of protection in 2016 had a parent using the drug.
Employment Minister Grace Grace today met with local and industry experts in Townsville at the first of three Local Jobs First roundtables.
Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones today officially opened the first operational venue of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games’ (GC2018).