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Police Minister Bill Byrne, Commissioner Ian Stewart and Suncorp Group’s CEO Insurance Anthony Day today announced the recipient of the 2016 Suncorp Police Scholarship.
Palaszczuk Government welcomes Federal Government's funding towards organised crime in Queensland - but more is needed
Police Minister Bill Byrne has welcomed the Federal Government’s move to build on the Palaszczuk Government’s work dismantling organised crime in Queensland.
The Lake Borumba boat ramp is back in business after receiving a $410,000 makeover.
Work has been completed on widening around six kilometres of the Warrego Highway between Toowoomba and Oakey in Queensland, significantly improving safety and efficiency.
A $2.3 million investment in the Port of Mackay is underway with local contractors EPOCA Constructions starting work on a major infrastructure upgrade.
The latest ABS data shows the volume of construction work done in Queensland in the June quarter rose 2.7 per cent to $9.47 billion.
Minister for Police Bill Byrne said the events that have taken place in Home Hill overnight are tragic and disturbing.
Rail infrastructure in the Central West is set for an $8.8 million overhaul, with the Palaszczuk Government embarking on the third stage of a program to replace, repair and upgrade ageing timber rail bridges on the Central West line.
Construction is underway on a $1.2 million specialised disability housing duplex in Cairns that will allow local people with disability to move out of health and aged care facilities, and back into the community.
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson has repeated her conviction that the Palaszczuk Government’s wild dog cluster fencing strategy will help to revive the sheep industry in the central west of the State.
The first regional plan for North Queensland will become a reality after all five councils agreed to start work on the blueprint that will supercharge future development across the region.
A team of Government officials is working with MSF Sugar to progress its multi-million expansion plans, particularly its clean, green biofutures focus.
Some of our biggest footy stars have teamed up to encourage Queensland students to attend school every day.
Traditional industry; some job-generating projects, and future-focussed growth industries: that’s the key to the Fraser Coast’s future, according to State Development Minister Dr Anthony Lynham.
One of the state’s most successful proponents of alternative investment strategies has accepted the post of Queensland’s first Chief Entrepreneur.
Brisbane’s most iconic heritage places will throw open their doors for locals and visitors to explore this October 8 – 9 for Brisbane Open House 2016.
More than 700 people are expected to attend Queensland’s biggest disability services conference today to learn how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will create new opportunities across the state.
The Palaszczuk Government has today unveiled a new plan to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people living in rural and remote communities.
Health professionals will be better supported to deliver culturally-appropriate healthy lifestyle advice to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities thanks to a new training program.
Members of the defined benefit scheme will continue to have their accrued entitlements maintained under proposed legislative changes and will continue to receive their intended payouts, Treasurer Curtis Pitt said.
The Palaszczuk Government is sending the message to Queensland parents that it’s okay to ask for help on the one-year anniversary of its successful Triple P Parenting program.
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson today launched a Wizard boost for drought-hit farmers – a new high-yield, disease resistant forage oat variety developed by the Department of Agriculture.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has called on the Prime Minister to urgently increase the Federal Location Tax Offset, to help the Palaszczuk Government attract even more major film and television productions to Queensland and Australia.
Businesses in Ipswich and the Scenic Rim are getting the ‘good oil’ today on opportunities on local major projects.
The Torres Strait Island Regional Council has implemented its first ever planning scheme, standardising regulations across all the islands to provide modern frameworks designed to meet the current and future needs of each community.
Work is progressing well on the construction of a new six-lane bridge over the Bruce Highway as part of a major upgrade of the Boundary Road interchange in Narangba on the northern outskirts of Brisbane.
Queensland will be on show in India this week, with Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) leading tourism operators from across the State on an international trade mission.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Commonwealth Games Minister Stirling Hinchliffe today got the first look at the finished proto-type apartment for the Parklands Project that will be transformed into the athlete’s village for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
A new road safety campaign which aims to give a human face to the reality of Queensland’s road toll to highlight the real effect it has on everyday lives, has been launched today in Brisbane.
Queensland’s brightest multicultural achievers have been recognised at today’s Queensland Multicultural Awards, held in Logan.