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Indigenous students across Queensland will soon have access to ‘YEP’ - a comprehensive range of resources for completing Year 12.
THE countdown is on to the announcement of the preferred bidder for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project.
Around 60 people from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander owned enterprises in the Cairns region will attend the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Business Procurement Workshop tonight to learn how to win government contracts.
Gold Coast tourism will go from strength to strength in the lead up to the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Gold Coast is ready to welcome 180,000 spectators in October for the Castrol Gold Coast 600 V8 Supercars event.
The Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath today met with Chief Justice Tim Carmody in the minister’s Brisbane office.
Palm Island has celebrated the start of final works on its new $14.9 million subdivision, delivered through the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing.
Respected biosecurity expert Renata Brooks will lead the Queensland Government’s review of the state’s bio-security capabilities.
Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services Cameron Dick met paramedics, a former patient and a young local hero as he officially opened the refurbished Gladstone Ambulance Station.Mr Dick said the $1.8 million project of improvements to the station had delivered a mo ...
A collection showcasing more than a century of Queensland’s electricity history has a new home in Toowoomba.
The Palaszczuk Government has reinstated a key road safety awareness program for young drivers after it was cut by the LNP.
Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller has announced the expansion of the Queensland Police Service’s fleet of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPAs).
Queensland exporters have the opportunity to showcase their innovation and global success with the launch of the 2015 Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards.
ABS figures released today point to an increase in the construction of new houses, units and apartments in Queensland over the last quarter.
CITEC will remain a Queensland Government-owned information and communication technology (ICT) provider and will reshape its business to deliver jobs of the future and high quality services to its customers.
Local community groups, schools, sports clubs and other non-government organisations can now apply for a grant to hold an event during this year’s Disability Action Week or International Day of People with Disability.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has unveiled a new tourism campaign to entice South East Queenslanders to Queensland’s Outback to help boost districts struggling through drought.
In a nationwide first for Australian events, a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) will be developed for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
As temperatures drop and winter sets in, Queenslanders are being urged to check their heating appliances before using them for warmth and comfort.
Minister for Women Shannon Fentiman is urging businesses to take up the challenge in preventing domestic and family violence in Queensland.
Economic development and jobs will be among the key priorities at the Indigenous Leaders’ Forum and Ministerial Roundtable on Palm Island this Thursday (28 May).
Moreton Bay’s Russell Island could be morphing into its Aboriginal name - Canaipa Island - and locals are being invited to have their say about it.
The southside could be about to gain a new suburb - Wishart Outlook.
The locality of Kalinga could be about to step up a grade and officially become a suburb.
Minister for Health Cameron Dick this morning launched Queensland’s Statewide Strategy for End-of-Life Care which will ensure people and their families confronting a terminal illness receive the high standard of care they deserve.
Local maritime legend Len Foxcroft could have his name preserved on a local headland.
A new $400 million waterfront community is a step closer after the Queensland Government announced it will work exclusively with Leighton Properties to finalise a detailed proposal to design and build apartment, retail and commercial buildings in Northshore Hamilton.
In an Australian first, the Palaszczuk Government is trialling a new generation audible information system on the bus network to improve accessibility for vision impaired persons in Brisbane.
The construction site of the new Ergon Energy building in Rockhampton is a hive of activity as workers hit the halfway mark with civil engineering works along Glenmore Road.
Five Central Queensland communities will share in $5.1 million for counselling and support for residents affected by Tropical Cyclone Marcia.