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Families living in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities will soon be able to own their own homes under new legislation passed by the Queensland Government.
Townsville’s waterfront is set for a major job-creating revitalisation with the declaration of a Priority Development Area in key parts of the city’s waterfront.
Residents and families have an opportunity to provide input into the design and plan for a future Bribie Island bridge.
A landmark electricity supply project that will support economic growth across Central Queensland has been delivered 16 months ahead of schedule and 20 per cent under budget.
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Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie has welcomed a decision by the Court of Appeal to keep a convicted killer and rapist in prison.
Queenslanders are being told to ‘Get Ready’ for this year’s storm season thanks to a new partnership between RACQ and the State Government.
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Queensland bus and train passengers will have a key say on the Environmental Impact Statement and reference design of the once-in-a-generation BaT project released today.
Access to better job and training opportunities will be easier for Indigenous Queenslanders through a new Queensland Government partnership program, which opened for first round applications today.
Almost 1,600 Queenslanders have already had their say on how to reinvest carbon tax savings back into public transport after one day of voting.
Queensland families will enjoy cheaper public transport fares or more services following a decision to re-invest savings from the scrapped carbon tax towards public transport.
Queensland individuals and organisations who have made an outstanding contribution to improving community harmony and cohesion have been honoured at the prestigious 2014 Premier’s Cultural Diversity Awards announced in Brisbane tonight.
A new marketing campaign aims to improve Emergency Department wait times by encouraging patients to visit their GP, instead of hospital Emergency Departments.
The public is being invited to have its say on the environmental impact of the proposed New Acland Coal Mine expansion – a project which could create hundreds of regional jobs.
Following an advertised procurement process overseen by a probity auditor, the State Government has today engaged a number of specialist and strategic consultants to provide advisory services in relation to the proposed asset transaction program outlined in the Strongest and Smar ...
Queensland children will continue to have the best learning environment at their schools with the state’s newest teachers being given more support to improve their skills in the classroom from 2015.
Queensland children will have safer schools and cleaner classrooms to learn in with another $100 million announced to clear the massive school maintenance backlog inherited by the State Government.
Irrigators in the Burnett Basin will have more water to support their businesses with the release of a new plan by the Newman Government.
Town planners, emergency services and even the Girl Guides are among those expected to take advantage of a new, free Queensland Government initiative which can deliver topographical maps straight to an email inbox.
The development of deep oil and natural gas resources is set to create new jobs in regional Queensland and unlock major economic benefits for the whole state.
The Queensland Government has today announced it would appoint Glencore International AG as the Preferred Proponent to develop the Aurukun bauxite deposit in Western Cape York.
Queensland’s Deputy Premier, Jeff Seeney, today reiterated the LNP Government’s commitment to the probity process surrounding Queensland’s integrated resort development (IRD) process.
Queensland’s science industry is in good hands with this year’s Peter Doherty Awards for Excellence highlighting the bright minds of today that could create the breakthroughs of the future.
Gold Coast mothers are receiving vital care for their premature babies closer to home with the expansion of ante-natal services at the Gold Coast University Hospital.
Data on current rates of immunisation for regions across Queensland will be published on the Government’s health performance website from today.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie has welcomed decisions by the Court of Appeal to increase the sentences of a child sex offender and a man who viciously bashed a taxi driver.
Queensland children will have the best possible start to their education, with a strengthened teacher performance review process becoming compulsory at state schools from the start of the 2015 year.
A world-first research project to be carried out in Queensland promises to improve the early detections of skin cancers, save lives and offer fresh insights into preventing the disease.
Queenslanders can now see exactly how many ambulances are available in their region and what their workload is, with a simple click of a computer mouse.