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Business opportunities and jobs will flow to Bundaberg with the Queensland Government to invest $11 million in a new gas pipeline to supply householders and industry.
Irrigators will be able to grow their businesses further after the Queensland Government approved trading in water allocations throughout the Condamine and Balonne catchments.
The signature project of the Queensland Government's Betterment Fund to improve the resilience of flood-prone infrastructure has been officially commissioned in Gayndah, signalling an end to the madness of replacing damaged infrastructure to the same standard.
Supporting jobs and regional investment will be one of the funding priorities when Round 4 of the Queensland Government’s successful Royalties for the Regions program opens today.
Plans for a $440 million road project to slash congestion for drivers between Caloundra and Maroochydore and create 2,500 jobs for the Sunshine Coast have been unveiled today.
Up to 20,000 more train passengers a day are getting to work or school and returning home on time with Queensland Rail hitting an all-time high for peak on-time running.
Up to 20,000 more train passengers a day are getting to work or school and returning home on time with Queensland Rail hitting an all-time high for peak on-time running.Premier Campbell Newman and Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson said last financial year, more than ...
Queensland students have recorded some of their highest ever scores in the history of the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests.
A new campaign will ask Queensland drivers to show patience as the Queensland Government rolls out a record number of roadworks aimed at making travel safer on the Bruce Highway.Premier Campbell Newman and Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson launched the Spruce the Br ...
The Queensland Government’s $15,000 Great Start Grant has now helped more than 7000 Queensland families buy their first home.
Up to 185 jobs could be created when Queensland-based construction group Watpac builds the new $55 million Queensland State Velodrome at Chandler in Brisbane for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Rockhampton and Capricorn Coast locals will have the opportunity to meet with Queensland Cabinet Ministers next month as part of the Government’s Community Cabinet program.
AUDIO: Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney comments on construction tender being awarded for Queensland State Velodrome
Up to 185 jobs could be created when the new $55 million Queensland State Velodrome at Chandler is built for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Queensland economy will be strengthened and jobs created with the potential release of billions of litres of unallocated water reserves for future regional developments.
Farmers in Queensland’s south-east corner may qualify for assistance from the Queensland Government after the region was officially drought declared today.
Traditional Aboriginal owners in central Cape York will have more economic opportunities and greater control of their future after the Queensland Government transferred 38,000 hectares of land to its traditional owners, the Thaypan people.
Five new resource exploration projects are getting off the ground thanks to a $2.1 million boost from the Newman Government.
Brisbane now has 33 per cent more cranes on its skylines than it did late last year, highlighting the strengths of the city’s construction industry.
Up to 2400 jobs could be created following the approval by Queensland’s independent Coordinator General of a 300-kilometre rail line linking the proposed Carmichael coal mine west of Moranbah to the port of Abbot Point.
The Queensland Government has welcomed Commonwealth endorsement of the state’s long-term plan to preserve the Great Barrier Reef.
A new sign will rise next to the Brisbane River, made entirely by Queensland’s diverse communities to celebrate the city ahead of the G20 Summit.
More Queensland women could find themselves managing a team of workers on a construction site, tuning cars at a mechanics or helping to protect the Great Barrier Reef following the opening of the next round of the State Government’s Supporting Women Scholarships.
Land valuations will be delivered faster than ever before with the launch of a new email service by the Queensland Government.Minister for Natural Resources and Mines Andrew Cripps said the move would allow landowners to get on with their business more quickly and save taxpayers’ ...
Brisbane audiences were treated to a night of stellar performances as five of Queensland’s best state school instrumental ensembles battled it out at Fanfare 2014 on Friday night.
Former Governor-General, the Honourable Quentin Bryce AD CVO, will chair a Special Taskforce on domestic and family violence that will undertake a comprehensive and co-ordinated review to make Queensland as safe and secure as possible for women and families.
A new advertising campaign will ‘pull out the red card’ on alcohol-related bad behaviour in Queensland.
Queensland organisations and people who promote the growth and development of strong culturally diverse communities have been recognised as finalists in the 2014 Premier’s Cultural Diversity Awards.
Logan will be a safer place to live a raise a family following a $1.2 million upgrade of the city’s CCTV monitoring centre funded by the Queensland Government and Logan City Council.
Today’s disappointing unemployment data further highlights the need for the Government to reduce debt so it can increase funding for job-creating infrastructure projects.
Ipswich families are safer because of revitalised frontline police, smarter technology and stronger laws, according to the latest Queensland crime statistics.