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I am deeply saddened and shocked by the tragic events in Cairns today.
The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services will undergo “systemic change” after an independent review was damning of the organisation’s handling of sexual harassment and workplace bullying incidents.
A year of achievement in schools is set to conclude with the highest ever percentage of Year 12 school leavers being awarded a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).
Esteemed legal careers and a diverse wealth of experience are the hallmarks of six new judicial appointments, approved by Governor in Council this afternoon.
Queensland will benefit from fiscal surpluses well into the future under the Newman LNP Government's careful financial management.
The $8.15 billion Aquis Resort near Cairns has today cleared another hurdle with Queensland’s independent Coordinator General approving the project’s Environmental Impact Statement.
Queenslanders who are stuck for gift ideas are being warned to be wary of the Christmas card catches that are costing consumers millions.
Queensland families and visitors are being encouraged to make the state’s national parks one of their top picks for a fun filled holiday this summer.
The Newman LNP Government’s investment in TV production will see three series filmed in Queensland in 2015, creating more than 500 jobs and injecting millions into the state’s economy.
The Queensland Government will consider building two new dams and raising Wivenhoe Dam to better protect Brisbane and Ipswich families from major flood events.
My thoughts and prayers and those of all Queenslanders are with everyone caught up in the terrible events in Sydney’s CBD in the past 24 hours.
Four of Queensland’s favourite charities have shared in a $400,000 boost just in time for Christmas.
Thousands of families from North Queensland to the Gold Coast will be safer after lifesaving helicopter rescue services were guaranteed with a new long-term funding agreement with the Queensland Government.
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Queensland consumers and retailers are being asked to stay vigilant over the festive trading season to prevent shoplifters from cashing in this Christmas.
Queenslanders have the opportunity to help change community attitudes to reconciliation with Premier Campbell Newman opening nominations for the 2015 Queensland Reconciliation Awards.
A congestion-busting road upgrade is the first election commitment announced for Ashgrove residents by local member Campbell Newman ahead of next year’s State Election.
Queensland holidaymakers are being urged to take caravan safety seriously over Christmas, to return to their families safely.
Queensland’s schools have gone from strength to strength this year under the Newman LNP Government’s strong plan for education.
The biggest budget film to be shot in Queensland is on schedule to start production in 2015, boosting the State’s economy and creating thousands of jobs.
Queensland firefighters who serve their community will have better working conditions following a historic Accord introduced by the LNP Government.
Queensland families using the State’s roads this holiday period are being encouraged to ‘Light your drive’ in support of road safety.
Jakarta: Queensland businesses will benefit from a boost in trade with South East Asia following the official opening of the new Jakarta Trade office.
Passengers will be safer when travelling across the south-east Queensland public transport network this Christmas with seven new Senior Network Officers set to graduate this month.
Mums and dads playing Santa this Christmas can be reassured that Queensland retailers are selling the safest batch of festive toys for five years.
The Government’s actions to fix Queensland’s finances have been recognised in a Queensland Audit Office report released today.
Labor leader Annastacia Palaszczuk’s scandalous management of Queensland’s travel train replacement program extended well beyond forgetting to include seats, a new report has exposed.
Thousands more families will visit Brisbane from Japan, growing the tourism industry and creating jobs following an agreement which will see direct Tokyo – Brisbane Qantas flights commence in 2015.
Queensland families will be even safer and frontline police will be even more effective thanks to the boosted roll out and upgrade of the world leading QLiTE mobile technology program.
Queenslanders will enjoy safer nights out this Christmas after police were given greater powers to prevent street violence under the Newman LNP Government’s Safe Night Out Strategy.