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A new smart phone app will help state school parents stay connected and engaged with their child’s education.
The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed Federal Labor’s announcement today that they will invest $500 million protecting the Great Barrier Reef.
The Queensland Government is reviewing education delivery in Aurukun, as well as ensuring Police have the resources needed to protect the community as a principal and two teachers arrive in Aurukun today.
The headquarters of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) will be named The Ron Clarke Building in honour of the Australian middle distance running legend and 17-time world record holder.
New design guidelines released today will help transform the public space surrounding the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane (QWB) development into an inviting, world-class destination, under the guidance of some of Australia’s best design experts.
New high-tech jobs of the future are being created on the Gold Coast after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today officially opened Euclideon’s virtual reality games arcade that uses world-first technology developed by the Brisbane tech company.
The Queensland Government today (Sunday) announced it would provide $3 million to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation over the next three years, provided the private sector and philanthropists match it dollar for dollar to fund projects that will boost the resilience of the Great B ...
Energy Minister Mark Bailey last night congratulated Energex’s brightest up and coming electricians at the Energex 2016 Apprentice of the Year awards.
A new one-kilometre-long section of the New England Highway, just west of the existing road at Mount Kynoch is being considered to help reduce the impact of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing on residents and reduce construction time.
The Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection Dr Steven Miles today (Saturday) officially launched a joint State-wide animal de-sexing campaign involving RSPCA Qld, participating vets and local councils.
Progress continues on the $495 million dam project for Eden Bann and Rookwood weirs in central Queensland, with another step forward today in the environmental impact assessment.
Tim Nicholls’ editorial in today’s The Australian will send a shiver down the spines of all Queenslanders who suffered at his hands during the tumultuous Newman Years.
Queensland is now home to the largest sound stage in the southern hemisphere, with the new Village Roadshow super stage unveiled today at Oxenford on the Gold Coast.
It may be cosy, but the outdoor gas heater you’re using to keep warm this winter could be a hazard unless it’s used properly.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will roll out across Queensland in just over a month, bringing significant opportunities to disability sector service providers and the wider business community.
All Queenslanders catastrophically injured in motor vehicle accidents will now have access to lifetime care and support announced Treasurer Curtis Pitt.
The Palaszczuk Government today announced the historic closure of the Aborigines Welfare Fund – which was part of the system of stolen wages and savings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders for more than 70 years
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson has today challenged the LNP to reveal its plan for biosecurity.
Queensland will now have some of the most stringent water risk management requirements for hospitals and residential aged care facilities in Australia after new laws were passed in State Parliament today.
The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed the offer of a power purchase agreement (PPA) to progress a 170 megawatt (MW) wind farm in the State’s far north.
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson has written to Barnaby Joyce to urge him not to forget Queensland dairy farmers.
Treasurer and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Curtis Pitt has encouraged all Queenslanders to come together to reflect, commemorate and celebrate the Australia’s Indigenous culture and heritage, with National Reconciliation Week starting tomorrow.
The Palaszczuk Government has established a new fund to accelerate the repatriation of the ancestral remains of Queensland’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, so that they can be laid to rest in their traditional lands.
The Palaszczuk Government is making it easier for small businesses to find, plan and tender for government ICT business through a revamped ICT Dashboard website launched today.
Close to 11,000 Year 11 students studying English in more than 100 schools across Queensland will tomorrow participate in a trial external assessment.
Sand mining on North Stradbroke Island is to substantially cease by 2019, with the Queensland Parliament voting in favour of the phase-out to allow the creation of new, sustainable jobs.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says the LNP’s destructive campaign to talk down Queensland sunk to a new low today when the opposition tried to suggest the QSuper defined benefit scheme is making a loss.
Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls has again failed to rule out asset sales after opening the door yesterday to a fire sale.
Queensland has kept the lowest average workers’ compensation premiums in the country, Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace said today.