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Queensland is preparing to welcome an extra 108,000 international visitors each year with the first direct flights from Japan since 2010 touching down in Brisbane today.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says that ABS figures released this week point to the continued strength of Queensland’s property and construction sectors.
Training and Skills Minister Yvette D’Ath has announced the Brisbane area winners of the Queensland Training Awards (QTA) for 2015.
Queenslanders are invited to have their say on the draft terms of reference for Stanbroke’s proposed $200 million cotton project in the Gulf.
The Queensland Government has ordered further planning be undertaken by Brisbane City Council on the Cedar Woods development as it approved an initial 480 lots in part of the site and rejected the original proposal for 1,350 lots.
Protecting consumers and the building industry against defective and non-compliant building products were the focus of Housing and Public Works Minister Leeanne Enoch at the Building Ministers’ Forum in Melbourne today.
More Chinese travellers are bound for Queensland with Hong Kong Airlines to begin the first flights to the Gold Coast and Cairns from January 2016.
The Gold Coast property formerly known as “Springbrook Mountain Manor” could be home to a new tourism operator on the Gold Coast as the Queensland Government seeks a commercial operator.
A landmark partnership between the Palaszczuk Government and bodies representing key agricultural producers will establish Queensland’s first Rural Jobs and Skills Alliance (RJSA).
Queensland Government community recovery efforts in Rockhampton after Tropical Cyclone Marcia are winding down as the community gets back on its feet.
Lamington lovers had more to celebrate on the national park’s 100th birthday today, as the Queensland Government announced a 586 hectare addition – the largest extension to the Gold Coast hinterland park since it was declared in 1915.
Learning the importance of reef protection as part of caring for country is now part of the curriculum at Yarrabah State School.
Premier and Arts Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has confirmed funding for Far North Queensland visual arts, dance, music and fashion, while attending the opening of the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) last night.
Queenslanders are being encouraged to take part in the state’s largest celebration of its rich cultural diversity, Queensland Multicultural Week from 22 to 30 August.
Darling Downs irrigators will have greater flexibility to purchase water licences and boost their businesses under changes made by the Queensland Government.
Premature babies, renal, cardiac and oncology patients and people needing emergency and mental health care are among those benefitting from the $408 million Mackay Base Hospital redevelopment.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today welcomed the appointment of Alan MacSporran QC as the new chair of the Crime and Corruption Commission.
The Townsville Sports Reserve athletics track has been restored to international standards following a $700,000 facelift to replace its deteriorated surfaces.
Local councils will be able to manage their local stock routes and collect the funds graziers already pay to use them under proposed changes to Queensland’s state land administration.
Business confidence is on the rise in Queensland, according to a new survey by the State’s peak industry body.
The Gold Coast hinterland’s Lamington National Park celebrates its 100th birthday this Friday (31 July), which is also World Ranger Day.
The role of social media as a force for good was a focus at the official Queensland launch of Catholic Education Week (26 July – 2 August) today.
As rural firefighters in Severnlea West near Stanthorpe prepare for the 2015 bushfire season, their job will be made that little bit easier with a new fire brigade station, which they helped fund and build.
The latest Tourism Research Australia figures show international visitors spent a record $4.4 billion in Queensland in the year to March 2015.
The Palaszczuk Government’s target for 50 percent women on all Government boards by 2020 is a key plank in a broad strategy to harness the hidden powerhouse of the Queensland economy, its women.
Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller has praised the resilience of the Mount Isa community and paid tribute to the police and emergency services for their ongoing response to yesterday’s tragedy.
Back in 1994 Queensland Rugby league legend Shane Webcke’s career and life were put on hold after his dad was killed at work.
The Queensland Government will consider a ministerial ‘call in’ of the proposed Clare Solar Farm development, south west of Ayr.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has urged Queenslanders battling a gambling addiction to seek help to turn their lives around.
A spike in Queensland motorcyclist deaths highlighted the need to reform the motorcycle licensing system, Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey said.