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This afternoon I met with the family of those who lost their lives in the tragic incident that occurred in Murray Street, Cairns, last month.
Sporting tennis legend Rod Laver has been recognised ahead of the Brisbane International.
Annastacia Palaszczuk needs to rule out accepting donations or support from criminal motorcycle groups, following yesterday’s revelation that gangs would back Labor at the next state election.
Queensland families are safer under the Newman LNP Government’s tough criminal gang laws as police continue to rid the state of organised crime.
Passengers will be spared an annual public transport fare increase today following the Newman LNP Government’s decision to freeze fares across Queensland in 2015.
Air services to Cape York communities will continue from tomorrow, following the end of SkyTrans operations on Friday.
Queensland boaties will benefit from new boat ramps and walkways after the Newman LNP Government announced the latest round of marine infrastructure projects to be delivered in 2016.
More than 1700 disadvantaged people will be trained for real jobs thanks to the latest funding round of the Newman LNP Government’s Community Learning initiative.
Fewer Queensland families suffered the trauma of losing a loved one in a car crash than ever before last year as the state recorded its lowest ever road toll.
With the kick-off of Australia’s first elective surgery guarantee just weeks away, Queensland Health is committed to improving the patient journey through the system and ensuring patients receive world class health care.
Queenslanders are being encouraged to stay safe while enjoying New Year’s Eve celebrations by choosing public transport where possible.
A milestone first gas shipment heralding thousands of jobs and a stronger Queensland economy has begun loading off Gladstone.
Queenslanders celebrating the New Year should stay safe by steering clear of using illegal fireworks, Natural Resources and Mines Minister Andrew Cripps warned today.
Queensland is on track to have the lowest road toll on record thanks to the LNP Newman Government’s Road Safety Action plan, police enforcement and the vigilance of drivers.
Students in Queensland will benefit from new assessment and tertiary education systems under proposals unveiled by the Newman LNP Government today.
Queenslanders are just days away from breathing easier around schools and hospitals.
The final Sunlander service from Brisbane to Cairns will leave Roma St Station today before being retired on New Year’s Day.
As thousands of Queenslanders flock to the Boxing Day sales, it is important to be familiar with consumer refund rights before spending big.
Queenslanders splashing out on expensive goods this Christmas are being reminded to carefully consider whether an extended warranty is worth the extra dollars.
Acting Premier Tim Nicholls has thanked all those who have worked on the tragic crime scene in Cairns and in the surrounding community over recent days.
The sun has set on Queensland’s commercial UV tanning studios, with a statewide ban in force from 1st January 2015.
Queenslanders were today given their first opportunity to view the planned transformation of the Queen’s Wharf precinct in Brisbane from an under-utilised government quarter into a world-class entertainment and leisure destination.
Sunshine Coast passengers can track the next bus from the palm of their hand with the Newman LNP Government’s roll out of real-time info starting on the Sunshine Coast today.
Queenslanders are being urged to carry out simple checks on their portable gas appliances to ensure they stay safe this festive season.
Queenslanders are being warned to make sure their Christmas charity goes to those in need, not scammers.
Queenslanders are being asked to keep a close eye on their local schools during the Christmas holidays and to report suspicious activity to the School Watch hotline.
As temperatures rise this summer, Queenslanders are being encouraged to look out for their elderly relatives, friends and neighbours this festive season.
Queensland families are being urged to be ‘campfire safe’ when visiting the state’s national parks this summer.
Families who are planning to go beach driving in Queensland this summer are being urged to take extra care.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie has welcomed two judgments by the Court of Appeal that have increased the sentences for two sex offenders.