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Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick today announced more than $500,000 to increase access to FibroScan technology that provides a simple, safe and effective method of determining liver damage.
Charleville is set to benefit from a new $2.509 million auxiliary fire station, with work set to commence later this year.
Twenty international student ambassadors will be heading to Queensland for a semester in the Sunshine State after winning the Palaszczuk Government’s Best Semester Abroad competition.
Progress continues on the $500 million Coopers Gap wind farm near Kingaroy with the release today of terms of reference for its environmental impact statement.
Work to extend the Nicklin Way right-turn lane into Kawana Island Boulevard (also known as Aquatic Drive), Warana, is due to start this Sunday (31 July).
Hundreds of people have made submissions on the Palaszczuk Government’s Green Paper on Fisheries Management in the first week since its publication.
A faster, more versatile fixed-wing plane will boost Torres Strait air emergency services, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced during a visit to the Horn Island airbase today.
Tourism industry leaders will join forces in Cairns next month to explore opportunities to grow tourism in regional Queensland.
Businesses who have put on a new staff member in regional Queensland can apply for an employer support payment through the Queensland Government’s Back to Work scheme from today.
Minister for Transport Stirling Hinchliffe today confirmed he has received advice the Independent Review of the Moreton Bay Rail Link (MBRL) Project will be finalised in the coming weeks.
Local governments will be provided with extra funding to help prepare for new smoke-free laws due to take effect on September 1.
Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick has called on the LNP to end its campaign of lies surrounding frontline job cuts as the Palaszczuk Government continues recruiting where it counts.
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service will continue to monitor Migaloo as he makes his way north today.
I would like to thank Aunty Bonita Mabo and Family, the Mabo Families, Meriam Families and others who graciously gave me permission to visit Uncle Eddie Mabo’s grave on Mer Island today.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says the first two Budgets of the Palaszczuk Government investing in job-creating major projects has helped Queensland maintain its lead over NSW and Victoria in the latest Deloitte Access Economics’ Investment Monitor.
Chair positions for the local management of eight rural channel irrigation schemes in Queensland have been announced in a continued push to better control costs and efficiency of the State’s rural water industry at a local level.
Central Queensland fishermen can look forward to better fishing trips thanks to proposed new Fish Habitat Areas.
Construction on the new $40 million Coomera Indoor Sports Centre, venue for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), is nearing completion – 20 months ahead of the Games.
Authorities investigating an oil spill in the Great Barrier Reef south of Townsville last year have identified the ship allegedly responsible and have forwarded the evidence to the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions.
New services which encourages Queenslanders to sign up for email reminders and upcoming registration payments and transport matters has already had massive interest.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says now is a good time for Tim Nicholls to break his two-month vow of silence and reveal his secret policy for asset sales.
A boosted x-ray screening system with international checks starts this week as part of the new regime to protect the health of the state’s underground coal miners.
Acting Police Minister Dr Anthony Lynham has welcomed $25.4 million in Federal Government funding to enhance the Palaszczuk Government’s plan to fight organised crime.
An expanded renal service worth $1.25 million per year at the Thursday Island Hospital will deliver a significant boost to quality of life for kidney patients, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said today.
It’s confirmed – Migaloo the white whale is in our waters.
The Gold Coast is going six-star, as the first students graduate from a unique international hotel and hospitality industry program that is producing highly-skilled and job-ready hospitality employees.
The Palaszczuk Government will continue to invest in innovation to create jobs, despite the anti-innovation rhetoric coming from the LNP.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt is urging all Queenslanders to make sure they’re counted in the nationwide Census on Tuesday 9 August.
The LNP has again proved they have no idea and no plan when it comes to North Queensland after their spokesperson responsible for North Queensland, Jason Costigan, failed to show up for Budget Estimates today.
The Palaszczuk Government has taken action to reduce the number of Queenslanders with disability on the state’s Register of Need, after numbers skyrocketed under the previous LNP Government.