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Policing on the Gold Coast will take another step into the 21st century with two Segways to be assigned to Broadbeach for officers to patrol the popular tourist strip.
AUDIO: Premier's media conference on Australia's Quarter Horse racing industry, Tuesday 11 March 2014 (US time)
AUDIO: Premier's media conference in Houston, Tuesday 11 March 2014 (US time)
The State Government is calling for public input to help revitalise Queensland’s international education and training sector.
The new road overpass bridge at Geebung will open ahead of schedule, ensuring a safer journey for Northside motorists.
Efforts to tackle homelessness in Redcliffe took another step forward today with the announcement of a new 20 bed supported accommodation facility on Henry Street.
Houston: The Queensland Government has demolished long-established bureaucratic barriers to enable Australia’s first quarter horse racing industry to be established in Queensland.
The opening of Australia’s largest oil recycling plant in Gladstone will produce significant environmental benefits by processing up to 100 per cent of Queensland’s waste lube oil.
The completion of St George’s new levee system will provide a more certain future for its residents.
Community Recovery and Resilience Minister David Crisafulli is calling on insurance companies to come good on their word and reduce their home insurance premiums to reflect the improved level of flood protection in Roma and St George.
Health Minister Lawrence Springborg has joined Director General Ian Maynard at a meeting with Queensland Health doctors in Townsville today.
People with a disability on the Sunshine Coast have a brighter future thanks to a new learning and lifestyle centre at Lake Kawana in Bokarina.
A range of solutions to help address rising groundwater levels in the Burdekin region has been developed after a two-year engagement process between the Queensland Government and key community groups.
Burdekin irrigators will benefit from improved irrigation technology and water management thanks to a $1.5 million investment from the Queensland Government.
Australians are spending up in Queensland with a $330 million dollar boost in 2013, showing the Government is delivering on its election promise to grow tourism as one of the four pillars of the economy.
The Queensland community is being given the chance to share in Centenary of Anzac commemoration activities with a statewide fundraising appeal being launched.
The Sunshine Coast will take centre stage when Queensland’s tourism industry comes together for the third annual DestinationQ Forum on 16-17 September.
A 5.2 kilometre-long earthen levee that could protect 500 homes and businesses in Roma from the devastation of another flood is nearing completion, delivering on the Government’s election promises.
The Queensland Government has committed to work with mining companies and indigenous communities to ensure benefits flow from the development of bauxite resources on Western Cape York.
Australia’s legendary Outback Way will receive a major boost as part of a $24.5 million road funding agreement between local, state and federal governments.
Finding ways to reduce Queensland's $80 billion legacy of Labor debt is the focus of a round table meeting being hosted in Cairns today by Queensland Treasurer Tim Nicholls.
National Football League (NFL) chiefs have been invited to tour Queensland’s sporting facilities, during a meeting with Premier Campbell Newman in New York.
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has met with New York Police Commissioner William (Bill) Bratton to discuss the City's success in reducing crime.
Improving and supporting the state’s cultural diversity is the focus of an Action Plan that various North Queensland organisations will help to shape.
New York Police Commissioner William Bratton has given an insight into one of the world’s largest and most effective police services, during a meeting with Premier Campbell Newman.
Growing agriculture as one of the four pillars of the economy will be the main area of discussion as hundreds of Queensland industry members gather in Brisbane for a Government-led forum today.
A healthy serve of funding is being made available to Queensland businesses that promote a better lifestyle for their workers, delivering on the Government’s election promise to revitalise frontline services.
Some of the world’s most cutting edge public transport design and technology was on show as Premier Campbell Newman toured New York’s East Access Rail Line project during his US trade mission.
Artistic excellence and outstanding achievements in Queensland’s theatre industry have been recognised at the 2013 Matilda Awards.
Some of Queensland’s historical treasures are now on display at the newly relaunched Museum of Lands, Mapping and Surveying at the Landcentre at Woolloongabba.
Hiring limousines could become more affordable for Queenslanders as the Newman Government looks to cut red tape in the industry.