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Completing and submitting a learner driver logbook will now be much easier for learner drivers, parents and supervisors following the launch of the Queensland Learner Logbook app.
State Parliament has today passed the Palaszczuk Government’s legislation re-establishing the Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council.
From now until early December, boaties need to keep a sharp eye out for humpback whales as these mammoth creatures move along the Queensland coast on their annual migration northwards from the Southern Ocean.
Parliament today restored balance between the rights of farmers, miners, and the community, passing legislation that protects farm infrastructure and restores community objection rights.
Today Minister for Police Bill Byrne introduced a Bill in Queensland Parliament that will increase the Queensland Police Service’s ability to get on with the job of keeping Queenslanders safe.
Less than three weeks after ousting Lawrence Springborg to become LNP Leader, Tim Nicholls has contradicted himself on whether or not he wants to sell off Queensland’s assets.
Three weeks from today I will hand down the second Budget of the Palaszczuk Government.
Education Minister Kate Jones today introduced legislation into State Parliament to strengthen protection for children in schools.
Vehicle-activated signage (VAS) will be trialled on Tully-Mission Beach Road in an effort to prevent cassowary strikes by passing motorists.
Education Minister Kate Jones today told State Parliament construction of Cairns Special School was on track for completion in 2017.
Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Leanne Donaldson has announced the appointment of Mark Tobin as the new chief executive of Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges.
The value of Queensland’s agricultural production continues to rise in defiance of the drought and ahead of previous expectations.
Jobs and solutions to traffic congestion on the Ipswich Motorway are one step closer following the release of invitations to industry to bid for work in one of South East Queensland’s most significant road projects, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said today.
With just two years until the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games the Palaszczuk Government is ensuring the city’s high voltage electricity transmission network is ‘games ready’ with a $25 million injection into the electricity grid’s infrastructure.
Minister for Police Bill Byrne has today restated that the Palaszczuk Government’s guidance to the Queensland police is to be relentless in targeting organised crime in our state.
Funds totalling $2.5 million are available to organisations to fight pigs and other predators that endanger Queensland’s turtle populations, in the third round of the Nest to Ocean Turtle Protection Program.
The 'Second’ by Stephen Lance and Mairi Cameron selected as the SQ/Stan $1 million fully funded feature
A psychological thriller about two female friends will become the first feature film to be produced by a partnership between Stan and Screen Queensland.
The race is on to recruit 1000 extra workers to help deliver the biggest sporting event in Australia this decade, with a new jobs campaign for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
The Queensland Competition Authority’s (QCA) final report on the solar feed-in tariff for regional Queensland for 2016-17 provided certainty for regional customers and was set using the same methodology as in the previous two years, Treasurer Curtis Pitt said.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Coordination Commission today delivered a strong endorsement of Queensland’s planning and preparation for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has announced the appointment of former CEO of AMP Capital, Stephen Dunne, to the board of the Queensland Investment Corporation.
Employment Minister Grace Grace today met with community leaders and businesses in Cairns to discuss how government and the community can work together to generate more jobs for people in Far North Queensland.
State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers in Far North Queensland have received $60,000 in equipment to help them purchase vital new equipment, including generators, lighting equipment, chainsaws and polesaws.
The Palaszczuk Government will continue to work with livestock producers to protect herds from Johne’s Disease.
Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles today announced the membership of the Chain of Responsibility working group, to assist in developing a statutory guideline to complement the Environmental Protection (Chain of Responsibility) Amendment Act 2016.
In an Australian first, the Palaszczuk Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with one of Korea’s leading financial institutions, the Korea Development Bank (KDB), to help unlock significant investment opportunities across Queensland including in infrastructure ...
Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath has today announced the appointment of a senior Crown Prosecutor to the bench of the Magistrates Court.
Health priorities and funding in Queensland will be set based on four key priorities following the release of a vision for the health system in Queensland.
Queensland’s trend unemployment rate has fallen 0.4 per cent since the state election when the LNP had let unemployment climb to 6.6 per cent.
Domestic violence victims will now be better protected thanks to amendments to the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008.