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Mediators have helped about 160,000 Queenslanders to manage their disputes in the past 25 years, saving the community time and money.
The Queensland Government will host a major summit in April 2016 that will put a global spotlight on Queensland innovation.
Queensland Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Bill Byrne today welcomed the release of the Queensland Productivity Commission’s regulation impact statement on the proposed re-regulation to sugar marketing.
Seven more council areas have been added to Queensland’s list of drought declarations, taking the total area of the state in drought to a new record of 86.11 per cent.
Government and industry are teaming up to tackle the impact of the current commodity price slump on North West Queensland communities.
A new advisory body has been set up to provide advice and views on the best way to protect and care for Queensland’s children and young people and improve the state’s child protection and family support system.
Queensland is to get its first Resources Investment Commissioner to match-make international investors and finance-hungry miners and explorers.
Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt today announced a new $140 million development will get underway at North Lakes at the start of next year.
Queensland Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Bill Byrne noted the release of the Turnbull-Truss Government’s response to the Harper Competition Review, particularly concerning the regulatory barriers in primary production.
The Palaszczuk Government’s six male ministers have become White Ribbon Day advocates and today released an online video encouraging all Queenslanders to do the same.
Queensland public sector employees experiencing domestic and family violence will now receive greater support within their workplace, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today.
In a Queensland first, more than 100 stakeholders converged on Brisbane today (November 25) to take part in the largest collaborative workshop on adapting our community to the impacts of global warming.
Stakeholders from Ipswich’s business, startup and research communities will come together today (25 November) to hear about collaborative opportunities and funding available under the Palaszczuk Government’s $180 million Advance Queensland initiative.
The Queensland Government has committed $400,000 to protect the endangered Night Parrot after a team of scientists recently ‘rediscovered’ the species in remote western Queensland.
The Palaszczuk Government has launched a revamped community safety campaign designed to stop Queenslanders risking their lives by driving through floodwaters.
Queensland Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries, Bill Byrne MP, welcomed the news of cane growers and sugar mills striking an interim 2017 agreement.
A $130,000 sponsorship by mining company Glencore has provided a 6.2-metre vessel to assist Queensland Indigenous Land and Sea Rangers to improve important turtle research off the north Queensland coast.
The Palaszczuk Government’s payroll tax rebate initiative for apprentices and trainees is proving to be popular with business, with 1,748 Queensland employers already using the budget initiative.
Australia’s favourite water safety advocate Laurie Lawrence has joined forces with the Palaszczuk Government to remind Queenslanders of the looming compliance deadline for pool safety laws.
The launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in North Queensland has moved a step closer with the temporary appointment of 10 local area coordinators today.
Homeowners thinking about pre-Christmas home renovations are being warned to arm themselves with information about the risks of inadvertently disturbing asbestos as part of a push to raise community awareness this November.
Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt and Leichhardt MP Warren Entsch have united in a bipartisan fight to see ‘The Cairns Solution’ secure the lucrative Australian Defence Department’s Pacific Patrol Boat Replacement tender.
Emergency services vehicles will reach Queenslanders faster with the state wide roll out of congestion-busting technology, giving priority to fire trucks and ambulances in emergencies.
Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Jo-Ann Miller this afternoon thanked everyone who responded to the grass fire which threatened Sea World and other properties on the Gold Coast.
Roma’s $3 million truck wash is a down-payment on the future of the state’s multi-million dollar agricultural industry, according to the State Development Minister Anthony Lynham.
Parents and educators are being encouraged to have their say on the future of coding and robotics education in Queensland schools.
The Queensland Government has renewed its commitment to the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC) for a whale-watching authority around North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) as part of the economic transition strategy for the island after sand mining is phased ...
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is providing $5000 sponsorship to UniDive (the University of Queensland Underwater Club), to help trained volunteer divers conduct studies of the marine flora and fauna at Moreton Bay Marine Park dive sites.
Sticky Beak, the young cassowary that recovered at the Garners Beach Cassowary Rehabilitation Centre from an operation to repair its beak, has been released back into the wild.
Queensland students finishing year 12 today who plan to continue their studies in 2016 will still be able to travel on concession fares up until the start of the tertiary year.