Queenslanders experiencing financial or emotional hardship, or housing stress, are being encouraged to reach out, talk to their friends and family and to seek assistance from support services over the Christmas and New Year period.
With the Bureau of Meteorology predicting November to January rainfall is likely to be above average for eastern Australia, the time is approaching for construction sites across Queensland to properly plan their summer lockdowns.
Queensland Health has worked closely with the Australian Defence Force to allow personnel who have recently returned from deployment in the Solomon Islands to reunite with their families for Christmas without the need for further quarantine. A previous exemption that allowed direct entry to Queensland without quarantine has also been amended to permit personnel transiting through New South Wales to enter Queensland without further quarantine. The latest request from the ADF was made on Monday af...
Primary producers affected by Tropical Cyclone Niran now have more time to complete their recovery works thanks to an extension of the availability of extraordinary disaster assistance recovery grants.