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One hundred and eighty jobs will be created during the construction of Brisbane’s newest riverside development, Yeerongpilly Green.
Premier Campbell Newman has thanked long-serving MP Vaughan Johnson for his dedication to Queensland after he announced he would retire from politics at the next state election.
Federal Minister for the Arts, Senator the Hon George Brandis QC, Queensland Premier Campbell Newman and Queensland Minister for the Arts Ian Walker today welcomed The Walt Disney Studios’ decision to film the fifth instalment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise in Queensla ...
Brisbane’s historic Boggo Road Gaol is set to be reborn under a $300 million redevelopment unveiled today.
Checking your car registration status will be simple for Queensland drivers following the release of a new app to coincide with Rego Sticker Liberation Day.
Stanthorpe families and farmers will have access to a larger, more secure water supply after Queensland’s independent Coordinator-General approved the $76 million Emu Swamp Dam project.
Opposition Treasury spokesman Curtis Pitt has today admitted that Labor has no plans for taking Queensland forward.
School leavers and people looking for new skills or a career change will have more opportunities under a new innovative scheme paying employers up to $6,000 for each additional apprentice taken on this financial year.
Brisbane’s iconic music scene will be celebrated with 24 days of free live music acts as Queensland prepares to welcome the world’s leaders for the G20 Summit.
Queensland secondary students will start a new education program to prevent alcohol and drug-related violence from Term 4, delivering on the election promise to revitalise frontline services.
The next step in the potential expansion of the Sunshine Coast Airport which will create more than 1500 long-term jobs and provide a major economic boost for the region is underway, with the independent Coordinator-General releasing an environmental impact statement for public co ...
Queensland nurses and midwives have been granted their fourth pay-rise since the election of the Newman LNP Government, making them overall about 12 percent better off than they were under Labor.
A 30-year plan for Queensland’s school education system is a step closer following today’s historic Education Accord Summit.
The future of schooling and the education pathway taken by Queensland children will be mapped out at an historic meeting in Brisbane, attended by hundreds of delegates from across the State.
Construction of a new community one-stop-shop for Western Downs’ residents is underway with a sod-turning ceremony held to mark the official start of the project.
The literacy and numeracy skills of Queensland children will improve, with $183 million going to all state schools in 2015 in the second round of the Great Results Guarantee.
More Queenslanders are staying safer at work with new figures showing a significant drop in workplace fatalities and injuries across the State.
A once-in-a-generation development will begin today with the Queensland Government inviting expressions of interest for the sale of the former Gold Coast Hospital site.
Queensland’s independent Coordinator-General has called for additional information on the Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed $8 billion Aquis Resort near Cairns.
Year 12 assessment and university entrance rankings are set to undergo their biggest transformation in more than two decades with the completion of a major review into Queensland’s Overall Position (OP) system.
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.