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A spike in Queensland motorcyclist deaths highlighted the need to reform the motorcycle licensing system, Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey said.
Queensland’s $60 billion gas industry has been given another boost following the completion of construction on a vital hub substation in the North West Surat Basin.
Queensland’s young innovators are being invited to showcase their ideas in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) through an international student flying robotics competition.
Townsville could soon have the first service station in Australia where drivers can fast-charge their electric vehicles using solar energy.
In response to media inquiries regarding Gordon Nuttall received in my office on Monday 20 July, we immediately sought advice from Treasury.
The public has been invited to have their say on the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on a proposal to establish a new thermal coal mine in the northern Galilee Basin.
The Queensland Government has opened the door for broader community input into the future of the State’s resources sector.
Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld) celebrated the opening of its new Townsville office today by cutting the ribbon to improved services, helping to enrich the lives of those living with dementia.
Health Minister Cameron Dick today announced a boost in funds for a statewide paediatric pain service based at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital.
Education Minister Kate Jones today announced two Gold Coast winners of the South East Queensland regional 2015 Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools.
Education Minister Kate Jones today announced five North Coast regional winners of the 2015 Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools.
Education Minister Kate Jones today announced five Darling Downs South West regional winners of the 2015 Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools.
Charlie Moreland camping and day-use area in Imbil State Forest near Kenilworth has reopened after a $1.5 million revamp by Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS).
The Queensland Government is pushing ahead with plans to develop practical and cost effective solutions to climate change, and explore the introduction of a Container Deposit Scheme.
Minister for Housing and Public Works Leeanne Enoch has urged Brisbanites to dig out their old jumpers and wear them as a woolly badge of hope on Daggy Jumper Day, Friday, July 24.
The Palaszczuk Labor Government is well on its way to delivering on its commitment for an extra 266 new police over the next year, with 89 First Year Constables (FYCs) sworn in to the Queensland Police Service (QPS).
The Port of Townsville is investing $55 million to upgrade Berth 4 and double its capacity.
Mount Isa was the first stop for Treasurer Curtis Pitt today on his regional tour to highlight the Palaszczuk Government’s positive economic plan, outlined in his first State Budget.
Seniors groups, community leaders and government representatives will meet today to discuss ways the Mackay community can help tackle domestic and family violence against older people.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has launched a statewide tour of Queensland to highlight the Palaszczuk Government’s first State Budget.
Queensland’s whale watching season has begun with an estimated 20,000 humpback whales expected to migrate along the coast, bringing thousands of visitors to the Fraser Coast.
Education Minister Kate Jones today officially opened Highfields State Secondary College in the northern outskirts of Toowoomba.
A total of $13 million will be spent on the Diamantina Developmental Road, with four key upgrades from Charleville to Boulia identified as a part of the $40 million roads funding package for western Queensland.
Queensland’s sporting clubs and community groups could be up to $35,000 better off with the next round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) grants open for business.
Sunshine Coast Surfer Julian Wilson has been nominated for a bravery award following his actions in assisting Mick Fanning in South Africa during a shark attack.
The Destination Brisbane Consortium – including Echo Entertainment - has won the right to develop the multi-billion dollar Queen’s Wharf project in Brisbane’s CBD.
Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland Coralee O'Rourke will bring North Queensland into focus at the Developing Northern Australia conference in Townsville today.
A moving tribute to the sacrifices at Gallipoli in 1915 brought a standing ovation at the finale of this year’s Creative Generation – State Schools Onstage (CGEN) 2015.
Gold Coast firms are playing a key role in construction of the new $40 million Coomera Indoor Sports Centre.
Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick today delivered on an election commitment to update the fruit and vegetable campaign Go for 2&5.