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An historic building in Brisbane’s CBD is set to receive a much needed rejuvenation with the announcement today that an Expressions of Interest process will be launched for redevelopment of the Brisbane Dental School and Brisbane Dental Hospital sites.
Cars, buses and trucks up to 22.5 tonnes will be able to cross Angellala Creek for the first time today following the serious truck accident from earlier this month.
A new international campaign will take full advantage of Queensland being in the global spotlight at the G20 Leaders Leaders Summit in November.
Planners and organisers could take special events to new heights with the opportunity to have the Story Bridge closed for several occasions a year.
Queenslanders choose cheaper fares **Note - correction in Fast Facts SEQ Savings examples for Gold/Sunshine Coast)
Queensland’s most talented trainees, apprentices and training organisations have been recognised for their excellence at the 53rd annual Queensland Training Awards.
Bundaberg residents will have their chance to speak with Queensland Government ministers when the Cabinet meets in their region next month.
Indigenous Queenslanders are a step closer to being able to own their own land with the launch of a pilot project that will assess how new laws can help the communities.
Residents and visitors to Brisbane will see the G20 through the eyes of local school students as part of the Children’s Billboard Project, on display throughout the city and suburbs during the event’s Cultural Celebrations.
Parents are being reminded of the risks associated with camping ahead of the peak season for the September school holidays.
Bayside residents are a step closer to vibrant waterfront developments and new jobs after the State Government and Redland City Council today announced Walker Group as the preferred partner to develop Toondah Harbour and Weinam Creek.
North Queensland families have heard firsthand how the Queensland Government will help protect the Great Barrier Reef through a strategy to use dredge material from port development on land, rather than conventional sea-based disposal methods.
Families in Shanghai, Taiwan and Hong Kong will be targeted in a major new marketing initiative that will promote the Sunshine State across Greater China.Premier Campbell Newman and Tourism Minister Jann Stuckey said the campaign would follow the 2014 DestinationQ Forum, boosting ...
Jobs have been created and Queensland’s economy has been buoyed by strong tourism growth over the past three years according to a new report card released at the third DestinationQ forum. Premier Campbell Newman said there were 27,000 new jobs in tourism and the sector had grown ...
Repeat sex offender Robert John Fardon will wear a GPS tracker and remain under a 24-hour curfew on prison grounds, following a decision by the Supreme Court to release him again today.
Children in regional Queensland will be given the best start to life with a new early literacy program coming to public libraries across the State.
Families across the state will be able to track the progress of the 30-year Queensland Plan and the delivery of key initiatives through an online whole of Government response.
Capricorn Coast residents will soon have access to x-ray and ultrasound services without having to leave their local area.
A new long-term sustainability plan to protect and manage the Great Barrier Reef for the next 35 years has been released for comment by the Australian and Queensland governments.
Queensland kids will be given the best start to life with a new early literacy program coming to public libraries across the state.
Employment figures released today show Queensland has created more jobs than any other state over the last year. Treasurer Tim Nicholls said today’s seasonally adjusted figures showed that 64,400 jobs had been created in the state over the year.*
Employment figures released today show Queensland has created more jobs than any other state over the last year. Treasurer Tim Nicholls said today’s seasonally adjusted figures showed that 64,400 jobs had been created in the state over the year.
Brisbane families in need of affordable housing will benefit from a new $13 million apartment complex being built on government land at Lutwyche.
Electricity customers in south east Queensland will benefit from more choice, greater competition and stronger consumer protections under landmark legislation designed to put downward pressure on electricity prices.
A key milestone in the Queensland Government’s plan to deliver better infrastructure has been achieved today with the release of the InfrastructureQ Directions Statement.
A shortlist of proponents selected to submit project proposals for the Toowoomba’s Second Range Crossing has now been finalised, bringing the bypass project to an important milestone.
Queensland landholders affected by resources activities and their direct neighbours will retain the right to object to low-impact mining proposals under legislation passed through Queensland Parliament last night.
Work is underway on the billion dollar Gateway Upgrade North, with Fulton Hogan moving in to begin major earthworks.
Queensland’s new Domestic Violence Taskforce headed up by Dame Quentin Bryce has been given five months to work out how to stop the escalating rates of domestic violence in the state.Taskforce Chair, Dame Quentin Bryce said she had found her preliminary listening tour around Quee ...
Families buying a new home will be better protected and Queensland’s construction industry will continue to be revitalised under red tape-busting reforms passed in Parliament overnight.