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Toowoomba seniors have gathered today to discuss some of the key issues impacting them, including cost of living pressures and the Turnbull Government’s changes to the pension asset threshold.
Visitors will find it easier to get in and out of the popular Gwongorella picnic area at Springbrook thanks to upgrades by the Palaszczuk government.
TAFE Queensland’s Inala campus has doubled its teaching area with a $3.4 million expansion officially opened today by Premier and local member Annastacia Palaszczuk.
EMBARGOED UNTIL RELEASE OF CHAPTER G OF THE PRODUCTIVY COMMISSION’S REPORT OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES – 12.15AM 24/1/2017
Construction back in full swing on the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing 2017 construction includes twin arch bridges on the New England HighwayThe Australian Government is contributing $1.137 billion toward the projectThe Queensland Government has committed $321 million to the TSR ...
Up to 1100 jobs could be created in the Toowoomba region as the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rolls out locally from this month.
Strictly embargoed 12.15am January 24, 2017
State Cabinet has decided to further reduce the service of alcohol in Queensland’s pubs and clubs by halving the number of one-off permits for extended service hours in Safe Night Precincts and imposing restrictions on their use.
The opportunity for Queenslanders to comment on the new vision for the Daisy Hill Koala Bushland is closing soon with submissions due by 31 January.
The Palaszczuk Government is continuing work to protect motorists from confusion at petrol bowsers through reforms to legislation governing fuel price boards.
Flinders Shire Council in North Queensland has one project—from a total of 22 shortlisted in 17 remote and Indigenous communities from Torres Strait to Cherbourg—in the running for a share of $5 million under the Palaszczuk Government’s Building Our Regions program.
This morning marked the start of a new school year for more than 800,000 students across Queensland.
Wynnum locals will have access to a one stop shop for homelessness services and support through a Queensland Government funding initiative that will help people survive homelessness with dignity.
Indigenous communities in North West Queensland have five projects—from a total of 22 shortlisted in 17 remote and Indigenous communities from Torres Strait to Cherbourg— in the running for a share of $5 million from the Palaszczuk Government’s Building Our Regions program
Indigenous communities in the Far North have 11 projects—from a total of 22 shortlisted in 17 remote and Indigenous communities from Torres Strait to Cherbourg—in the running for a share of $5 million from the Palaszczuk Government’s Building Our Regions program.
Communities in Central Queensland have three projects—from a total of 22 shortlisted in 17 remote and Indigenous communities from Torres Strait to Cherbourg— in the running for a share of $5 million from the Palaszczuk Government’s Building Our Regions program.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has two projects in the running for a share of $5 million from the Palaszczuk Government’s Building Our Regions program, with a total of 22 projects shortlisted in 17 remote and Indigenous communities across the state.
Rain or shine, every school morning and afternoon students across Queensland experience the friendly face and responsible instructions of School Crossing Supervisors.
Minister for Police and State Member for Morayfield Mark Ryan announced today two new combined red light and speed camera systems for Morayfield and Upper Mount Gravatt.
Queensland continues to outperform interstate counterparts according to a series of recent business surveys, private sector forecasters and ABS hard data - contrary to CommSec's State of the States Report.
Road users are being reminded to take extra care in school zones with Queensland students returning to school across the state from tomorrow.
The Queensland Government today announced new measures aimed at ensuring children in care have the same educational opportunities as their peers.
Queensland is ready to celebrate this Australia Day, with an exciting program of events and activities on offer across the state.
The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to improving services across the State has included the employment of extra nurses, doctors, teachers and teacher aides.
Ever wondered what your street looked like in the 1950s? It’s now available free online as 800,000 Queensland Government aerial images go digital.
From Bamaga to the Gold Coast, women and girls across Queensland are set to celebrate this year’s Queensland Women’s Week (QWW) following the awarding of $150,000 in grants.
The Palaszczuk Government is urging residents throughout parts of Queensland to prepare early ahead of severe thunderstorms forecast for later today.
Queensland’s peak construction industry leaders have met for the first time in 2017, kicking off an important year of reform for the industry.
The Turnbull Government must guarantee Queenslanders with disability the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will not be watered down following a Productivity Commission review announced today.
Education Minister Kate Jones today turned the first sod to mark the start of construction of a new state school in Caloundra South.