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More than $8.4 million will be shared between Queensland schools, community groups and councils to improve road safety in their local areas during the next three years.
Minister for Energy, Biofuels and Water Supply Mark Bailey has urged the ACCC to open an official investigation into Brisbane’s petrol prices.
The LNP has recommitted to cut jobs across Queensland with a renewed push to “right size” the public service, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.
The Startup community in Queensland has been invited to have a say in the development of a new Palaszczuk Government program for regional innovation.
The Palaszczuk Government’s Connecting to Asia Forum in Cairns today will hear how Queensland plans to become Australia’s leading destination for Asian travellers.
The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics released today show unemployment is lower across the majority of Queensland’s regions, with pockets recording increases.
Queensland’s $12 billion tourism investment pipeline is driving more visitors and jobs growth with construction of the $50 million Cairns Aquarium and Reef Research Centre reaching halfway.
Key players from across Queensland have come together in Brisbane to discuss a new cycling strategy for the state.
A new roundabout at the intersection of Myall Street and Nandroya Road, which forms part of the upgrade to the Cooroy to Curra Southern Interchange is now open.
Minister for Police Bill Byrne said he has been advised by the Queensland Police that the investigation in relation to the tragic incident in Home Hill on Tuesday night is ongoing.
Queensland babies will be screened for hearing loss in as little as 12 seconds under a $1.1million rollout of new screening equipment unveiled today by the Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick.
Police Minister Bill Byrne, Commissioner Ian Stewart and Suncorp Group’s CEO Insurance Anthony Day today announced the recipient of the 2016 Suncorp Police Scholarship.
Palaszczuk Government welcomes Federal Government's funding towards organised crime in Queensland - but more is needed
Police Minister Bill Byrne has welcomed the Federal Government’s move to build on the Palaszczuk Government’s work dismantling organised crime in Queensland.
The Lake Borumba boat ramp is back in business after receiving a $410,000 makeover.
Work has been completed on widening around six kilometres of the Warrego Highway between Toowoomba and Oakey in Queensland, significantly improving safety and efficiency.
A $2.3 million investment in the Port of Mackay is underway with local contractors EPOCA Constructions starting work on a major infrastructure upgrade.
The latest ABS data shows the volume of construction work done in Queensland in the June quarter rose 2.7 per cent to $9.47 billion.
Minister for Police Bill Byrne said the events that have taken place in Home Hill overnight are tragic and disturbing.
Rail infrastructure in the Central West is set for an $8.8 million overhaul, with the Palaszczuk Government embarking on the third stage of a program to replace, repair and upgrade ageing timber rail bridges on the Central West line.
Construction is underway on a $1.2 million specialised disability housing duplex in Cairns that will allow local people with disability to move out of health and aged care facilities, and back into the community.
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson has repeated her conviction that the Palaszczuk Government’s wild dog cluster fencing strategy will help to revive the sheep industry in the central west of the State.
The first regional plan for North Queensland will become a reality after all five councils agreed to start work on the blueprint that will supercharge future development across the region.
A team of Government officials is working with MSF Sugar to progress its multi-million expansion plans, particularly its clean, green biofutures focus.
Some of our biggest footy stars have teamed up to encourage Queensland students to attend school every day.
Traditional industry; some job-generating projects, and future-focussed growth industries: that’s the key to the Fraser Coast’s future, according to State Development Minister Dr Anthony Lynham.
One of the state’s most successful proponents of alternative investment strategies has accepted the post of Queensland’s first Chief Entrepreneur.
Brisbane’s most iconic heritage places will throw open their doors for locals and visitors to explore this October 8 – 9 for Brisbane Open House 2016.
More than 700 people are expected to attend Queensland’s biggest disability services conference today to learn how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will create new opportunities across the state.
The Palaszczuk Government has today unveiled a new plan to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people living in rural and remote communities.
Health professionals will be better supported to deliver culturally-appropriate healthy lifestyle advice to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities thanks to a new training program.