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The Palaszczuk Government has outlined a 20-year strategy to bring the Queensland’s health system into the digital age.
Some of Queensland’s most passionate and dedicated child protection advocates have been honoured today for their efforts to protect children and young people from abuse and neglect.
Small to medium businesses and universities are encouraged to join forces to innovate and build a knowledge economy, with support from a new funding program officially announced by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today.
International visitors to Queensland have spent a record $4.6 billion in the past financial year, demonstrating the state’s strongest performance since the Global Financial Crisis.
LNP Member for Cleveland Mark Robinson has today released the LNP plan for creating net free fishing zones in Moreton Bay, identical to plans the Government has for three zones along the coast.
Minister for Tourism and Major Events Kate Jones today announced $740,000 in grants to support regional events.
The Cape York Aboriginal community of Lockhart River will open the doors to a new early childhood and family support centre next year with the help of the Palaszczuk Government.
Education Minister Kate Jones today announced 32 state schools had won a share in $700,000 worth of Languages innovation and improvement grants.
Corrective Services Minister Jo-Ann Miller has today visited the Warwick Work Camp and praised the way it has evolved into an integral part of the local community since its inception 20 years ago.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today unveiled Queensland’s newest weapons in the fight against cancer, opening the ACRF Centre for Comprehensive Biomedical Imaging at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Brisbane.
Queensland magistrates will lead the legal crackdown on family violence with the specialist court trial starting in Southport today supported by a new bench book and best practice report to deliver better decisions and outcomes.
Queenslanders with disability are being unfairly punished as the Federal Government threatens to ration Queensland’s fair share of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) DisabilityCare Australia (DCA) fund.
The development of one of the country’s largest solar farms at Clare in the Burdekin Shire has been ‘called in’ to ensure the potential economic and environmental benefits of the project are balanced with community concerns that include possible impacts on important cropping land ...
Queensland’s iconic Great Barrier Reef and precious land and water resources will benefit from new soil conservation guidelines released today.
The dangerous habits of distracted drivers are the focus of a five week awareness campaign as a part of the Palaszczuk Government’s Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan.
Queenslanders looking to improve their job prospects are being reminded to shop around for the most suitable training course before signing up.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt today launched an international investor roadshow where he will meet with some of Queensland’s major economic partners.
The Palaszczuk Government will investigate redirecting confiscated proceeds of crime and unexplained wealth funds into rehabilitation and treatment to meet the growing problem linked to the ice scourge.
Treasurer and Industrial Relations Minister Curtis Pitt has thanked the hundreds of rural student artists who competed to be in this year’s Farm Safety Calendar.Mr Pitt said it was tough to choose just 12 winners given the calibre of entries.
The Palaszczuk Government is developing a whole-of-government strategy to tackle Queensland’s unacceptably high rate of quad bike fatalities.
One of Queensland’s oldest renewable energy facilities is about to undergo a $1 million five-yearly maintenance program.
The State Government today launched Getting Back, a new return to work campaign aimed at supporting injured workers.
The Palaszczuk Government is to spend $1.03 million to expand and skill up the Queensland workforce ahead of the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
The Palaszczuk Government is moving ahead with planning to deliver extra capacity on South-East Queensland’s rail network.
Older Queenslanders will have greater opportunities to connect with their family and the community through technology, with the launch of a new state-wide program aiming to help seniors navigate the digital world.
The Queensland Government is calling for expressions of interest on wild dog and feral cat management after key stakeholders handed down their recommendations on how to best tackle the problem.
Rugby league legend Trevor Gillmeister knows all too well the potentially deadly consequences of asbestos– his father died of mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos fibres during his work as a boiler maker.
Education Minister Kate Jones today officially opened more than $2 million of imaginative facilities for Prep to Year 3 students at A.B.
Four of the world’s top-ranked tennis players have signed on for Brisbane International 2016, including 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer who is back to defend his title.
The Queensland Government will invest $12.2 million over four years to revitalise the state’s much-needed Neighbourhood Centres and Multi-Tenant Service Centres.