Major road and transport projects across Queensland are set to drive the Palaszczuk Government’s plan for economic recovery and jobs with billions of dollars’ worth of upgrades set to start or finish in 2021.
Two new Queensland Government-led residential developments in Carseldine and Oxley are leading the nation with 100% solar and battery neighbourhoods, saving homebuyers thousands of dollars in electricity.
Dedicated members of the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) were recognised today at the 2021 Australia Day Achievement Awards held at the Emergency Services Complex in Kedron, recognising both State office and Brisbane Region staff.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has thanked the people of Greater Brisbane for their success in stopping the spread of a new, highly contagious strain of COVID-19 allowing businesses to get back to normal.
The Palaszczuk Government is supporting community groups, local councils, not-for-profit organisations and school P&Cs in Queensland’s drought-declared communities with $5 million in grant funding available under the latest round of the Community Drought Support Program.