Queensland today (Tuesday, September 7) marks the historic milestone of the opening of applications to recognise Torres Strait Islander traditional child rearing practice under new law that translates as “for our children’s children’’.
The Women’s Safety Summit represents an opportunity for all governments and decision makers to listen to victim-survivors and their advocates. State and territory governments are committed to playing our part in working to address family, domestic and sexual violence
More than 1,700 Queenslanders with disability – including the homeless and children in regions - have had their lives transformed under a state-led push to help them access the $14.5 billion National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Better access to family friendly and affordable accommodation, as well as improved access to local Telehealth services for Theodore’s expectant mothers are among a raft of improvements to local maternity services recommended after a clinical review.
A Maryborough man has been fined $25,000 in the Maryborough Magistrates Court after pleading guilty to destroying marine plants and conducting unauthorised works in a declared Fish Habitat Area at Kalah Creek.
Treasurer and Minister for Investment Cameron Dick and Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey have announced that Dr Anthony Lynham has been appointed a director and chair of the Gladstone Port Corporation (GPC).