Queensland’s COVID-19 response will continue to keep Queenslanders safe and support our ongoing economic recovery thanks to an additional $360.5 million Budget allocation for a range of critical health-related services.
Substantial reforms to strengthen Queensland’s guardianship system have taken effect today, giving greater protection to the more vulnerable in our community such as the elderly and those with impaired capacity.
Shrek, Fiona and Donkey are coming to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) in the first major musical to open to a 100% capacity audience in Australia, without a special exemption required, since the onset of COVID-19.
Residents from the Bundaberg, North Burnett, Fraser Coast and Discovery Coast areas have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to help shape planning for a new hospital in Bundaberg, with public consultation starting today (Monday 30 November).
Parents are being warned to be on alert when shopping for Christmas gifts this year, with a number of toys landing on Santa’s unsafe list during the Office of Fair Trading’s (OFT) Operation Safe Christmas campaign.
Thirteen Lives - the gripping true story of the 2018 rescue of a boys’ soccer team from a cave in Thailand - will be produced on the Gold Coast and directed by Academy Award winner Ron Howard, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today.
Queensland’s strategy to become a global super supplier of renewable hydrogen has taken a great leap forward, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today announcing a landmark partnership with Japan’s largest hydrogen company.The partnership between the government-owned generator Stanwell and Japanese energy company Iwatani Corporation would see planning progressed on a new renewable hydrogen export facility in Gladstone.“Demand for renewable hydrogen out of Japan is growing rapid...