Queenslanders are being reminded that we all have a role to play in preventing domestic and family violence in our community as Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month gets underway today (1 May).
Minister for Public Works and Procurement Mick de Brenni has helped score a big win for millions of Australians today, with a majority of State and Territory Building Ministers agreeing to include a national minimum standard for new housing in the public comment draft of the National Construction Code 2022.
As part of the Palaszczuk Government’s landmark Community Use of Schools Program, Browns Plains State School and Browns Plains Mets Rugby Union will both now use new sporting infrastructure built at the school.
Queensland boating and marine enthusiasts will be safer on the water following the announcement of a $470,000 grant program for Volunteer Marine Rescue Squadrons and Coast Guard Flotillas to support emergency response capability.
The Palaszczuk Government and Tourism Tropical North Queensland will offer tourism vouchers to 5000 tourists in the Far North in coming weeks as part of an extension of the region’s successful Cairns Holiday Dollars program.
Attorney-General and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Shannon Fentiman is inviting women to come forward and talk about their experiences dealing with the criminal justice system.