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Premier and Arts Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the winners of new literary awards supported by the Queensland Government at tonight’s presentation at State Library of Queensland.
Local governments, and not-for-profit organisations can now apply for funding to build new tourism infrastructure, which will boost Queensland visitor numbers.
Visitors to Queensland will enjoy new attractions with over $2.1 million to be invested in a range of tourism initiatives including life-size dinosaurs, new walkways and viewing platforms, guided tours and interactive touch screens at locations all around the state.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has applauded the North Queensland Cowboys for donating Johnathan Thurston autographed memorabilia to next week’s Telethon for the Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Road safety is everyone’s business – even if you’re in primary school.
Drought-affected farmers across Queensland can now apply for assistance through a Drought Concessional Loan or a Drought Recovery Concessional Loan, with 2015–16 application rounds for both schemes opening today.
Showcasing our world-renowned Great Barrier Reef and realising ecotourism experiences on reef islands is one of the key focus areas of the revised Queensland Ecotourism Plan 2015-2020.
Queensland’s liquefied natural gas exporters have shipped almost $1.4 billion worth of LNG in the first eight months of operation, Treasurer Curtis Pitt said today.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has welcomed the latest quarterly ANZ/Property Council Survey which reveals growing confidence in the State’s property sector.
Townsville residents are invited to become a reef citizen scientist for a day on Saturday 17 October.
The state’s first ever six-star training course for hospitality students has started, with 14 Queenslanders learning the ropes so they will be job-ready for opportunities such as the proposed Queen’s Wharf development.
Townsville is officially an event city for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games after a formal agreement was signed today between the Queensland Government and Townsville City Council.
A tourism industry forum in Townsville this week will hear how Queensland can make the most of changing consumer travel preferences.
Treasurer and Minister for Industrial Relations Curtis Pitt joined rugby league legend Shane Webcke at a Safe Work Month breakfast in Brisbane this morning to highlight the importance of workplace safety in Queensland.
The depth and breadth of Queensland’s world class exporters was celebrated at the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards at the Brisbane Convention Centre last night.
Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick has announced an examination of the health system’s response following the Ravenshoe explosion.
Used tyres clogging up landfill could be hitting the road again thanks to a Palaszczuk Government funded recycling project.
The Palaszczuk Government is encouraging local Aboriginal people to provide their insight into future plans for water catchments in the state’s south-west.
Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland Coralee O’Rourke today hosted a roundtable with Mackay business leaders, the third in a series of forums focusing on developing North Queensland.
The Queensland Government is working to ensure the state’s specialist manufacturers can score in the Federal Government’s upcoming multi-billion dollar submarine and patrol boat defence projects.
In an Australian first, the Palaszczuk Government is partnering with the national peak lighting body to increase the recycling rate of industrial emergency and exit lighting batteries and prevent up to 90 tonnes of toxic metal ending up in landfill annually.
The Queensland Government has appointed Jim Varghese AM to head up an independent Taskforce to review taxi, limousine and rideshare services across the state from today.
Nitrogen use on cane farms will be studied in a ground-breaking partnership between the Queensland Government and Sugar Research Australia (SRA).
The Palaszczuk Government has today unveiled a plan to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Queenslanders by taking early action.
Up to two hundred and fifty students will get first-hand experience working as interns at the biggest event in Australia this decade, thanks to a unique partnership between Griffith University and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC).
The Queensland Government is calling on farmers to embrace minimum industry standards in support of the push to cut water pollution causing damage to the Great Barrier Reef.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has congratulated the North Queensland Cowboys on their historic NRL Grand Final win.
The Palaszczuk Government is congratulating teams from Mueller College, Rothwell, who have walked away with $5000 after winning the 2015 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Airborne Delivery High School Challenge.
The Palaszczuk Labor Government is continuing to boost frontline fire services across Queensland, with nine new firies joining the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services today.
Water users throughout Queensland’s Great Artesian Basin can have their say at upcoming public forums to discuss the development of a new water resource plan for the basin.