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It is business as usual for landholders under Queensland’s vegetation management regulatory framework, Natural Resources and Mines Minister Dr Anthony Lynham said today.
Health Minister Cameron Dick today confirmed that Labor would honour its election commitment to review the funding program that supports non-government community health providers.
Queensland’s economy is still reeling from the mass sackings and poor economic management of the Newman Government following the release of State Final Demand figures today.
Mountain bike riders can now explore new elevated territory at Smedley’s Hill in Townsville Town Common Regional Park just north of the CBD.
FOURTEEN new apprentices and trainees, about to embark on a bright career in Queensland’s electricity industry, were officially presented with their work boots, hard hats and safety gear at a special induction ceremony in Townsville today.
The Palaszczuk Government has moved to update a key plan for the Great Barrier Reef to reflect its proactive approach to protecting the Reef and address UNESCO’s concerns about the protection of the state’s single biggest natural asset.
An ‘amazing race’ has kicked off in Brisbane with Queensland welcoming 17 bloggers from 9 countries for the Escapers 2015 challenge.
Queensland not-for-profit organisations are being encouraged to apply for funding to help better support victims of violent crime.
Police are sending a strong message to drug drivers that their behaviour will not be tolerated on Queensland roads, with an increase in officers trained to perform roadside drug tests.
Queenslanders are being encouraged to visit the Southern Great Barrier Reef to support the local tourism industry and do their bit to support the region with its recovery from Tropical Cyclone Marcia.
TRUCK drivers and other heavy vehicle operators in Queensland will benefit from $14.4 million in new road upgrades as part of the Australian Government’s Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme.
The Queensland Government will consider a ministerial ‘call in’ of the proposed Cedar Woods development at Upper Kedron in Brisbane.
The Queensland Government will conduct an independent review of the state’s greyhound racing industry to determine how live baiting was allowed to go undetected.
Deputy Premier Jackie Trad and Communities Minister Shannon Fentiman today announced additional assistance for people still suffering as a result of Tropical Cyclone Marcia.
Central Queensland: Police, Fire and Emergency Services Minister Jo-Ann Miller is today visiting Rockhampton and Yeppoon to thank the dedicated emergency personnel who have worked around the clock to assist cyclone-hit communities.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today received a report outlining recommended actions to eliminate domestic and family violence in Queensland.
Queensland’s top performing Year 12 graduates from the class of 2014 today were recognised and rewarded for exceptional academic achievement in their school studies at the inaugural Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) Achievement Awards ceremony.
Townsville will host another NAB Challenge pre-season fixture when the Gold Coast Suns play the Geelong Cats this Sunday March 1 as part of a partnership between Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) and the Australian Football League (AFL).
Up to 400 electricity workers from Ergon Energy and Energex will meet at the Army Barracks in Rockhampton this morning before heading out to restore further power supplies to affected households and businesses in the cyclone-hit region.
Minister for Education Kate Jones today visited Rockhampton and Yeppoon schools affected by Tropical Cyclone Marcia to monitor recovery efforts firsthand and speak to school communities.
Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles has urged Queenslanders to get behind this year’s Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday and celebrate the 25th anniversary of the event by collecting a load of litter or rubbish.
Minister for Main Roads, Road Safety and Ports, and Minister for Energy and Water Supply Mark Bailey today inspected flood-damaged Collards Creek Bridge on the Dawson Highway, east of Biloela.
Support is available to help small businesses and tourism operators recover from Tropical Cyclone Marcia.
Quarterly rent payments due on leased state land will be deferred until 30 June 2015 to help struggling leaseholders recover in areas damaged by ex-Tropical Cyclone Marcia.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says Queensland’s 55th Parliament will begin its sittings on Tuesday 24 March.
SEVENTEEN bridges across Queensland will be upgraded under the first tranche of the Australian Government’s new $300 million Bridges Renewal Programme.
Communities Minister Shannon Fentiman today announced a further 50 community recovery personnel have been sent to assist in cyclone-hit areas of Central Queensland.
Powerlink Queensland delivered two 160 tonne electricity transformers to Yuleba near Roma this week, marking a significant step in the delivery of the state’s multi-billion-dollar gas export industry.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says $1 million state government contribution will be shared among four charities delivering post-cyclone support and services.“This contribution of $1 million is the quickest, most direct, and most effective way the government can support people in ...
The Inspector-General Emergency Management is responsible for reviewing and assessing the effectiveness of disaster management across the state and for providing me an assurance regarding the safety of all Queenslanders.