Courts will be able to order that certain hardcore youth offenders are to be fitted with GPS devices as a condition of bail from Monday 17 May 2021 in the latest instalment of the Palaszczuk Government’s crackdown on youth crime.
Minister for Police Mark Ryan, Deputy Commissioner Paul Taylor and Member for Cairns Michael Healy have today welcomed the announcement of an additional $7 million to go towards more upgrades of the Cairns City Police Station.
Agribusiness and the food sector are holding up well as Queensland’s economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic and we continue supplying consumers across Australia and the world with nutritious, high-quality produce.
Acting Public Trustee, Samay Zhouand, has been appointed to the role of Queensland’s Public Trustee for a period of three years, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Shannon Fentiman announced today.
Taking advantage of big cuts to the price of irrigation water will be made easy for Queensland’s irrigators through steps announced today to fulfil the Queensland Government’s $50 million election commitment.