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A new exhibition at kuril dhagun at State Library of Queensland will take art enthusiasts on a journey through the recent history and diversity of Queensland’s Aboriginal art and pottery.
Far North Queensland’s journey to the 2018 Commonwealth Games has officially begun with the unveiling of a GC2018 surfboard-shaped countdown clock in the Cairns Esplanade Parklands on Saturday, December 10.
Logan people experiencing homelessness will be better connected to family, friends and support services with YFS today named as a recipient of the Palaszczuk Government’s Dignity First Fund.
A major two-year project to transform the ex-HMAS Tobruk into a world-class dive site is set to spark a work bonanza for Bundaberg, boosting the local economy and diversifying the area’s tourism industry.
Palaszczuk Government welcomes homelessness funding, calls on Prime Minister to provide long term security
Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni today welcomed the Commonwealth Government’s commitment to $117 million in funding for homelessness services to 2018, but warned greater security for the sector is urgently needed to address homelessness long term.
As a White Ribbon Ambassador, I take domestic and family violence incredibly seriously and the safety of women and children always comes first in everything I do.
With 481 days to go until the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has delivered a glowing endorsement of Games preparations.
Industrial biotech expert Professor Ian O’Hara is to be Queensland’s biofutures ambassador, spearheading the growth industry’s drive into the Asia-Pacific.
With the summer school holidays now upon us, more people will be enjoying our beaches and swimmers are being reminded to take care and follow simple safety tips to reduce the risk of shark attack.
A core group of high risk, repeat juvenile offenders will be targeted under a range of tough new measures to be rolled out in Townsville from early next year.
Businesses from across the Toowoomba region are set to gain firsthand knowledge and key tips on how to take advantage of the opportunities presented by major projects across the state at half-day workshops this month.
The Mount Isa community is set to benefit from a $1 million upgrade to the Mount Isa Fire and Rescue Station, with work to begin early next year.
South East Queenslanders now have more opportunities to enjoy the region’s lakes this summer with extended recreation hours and the creation of a new outdoor playground at Wivenhoe Dam.
Staff and students at Queensland schools are celebrating a successful and record-breaking year as they prepare for a well-earned break, Education Minister Kate Jones said today.
The team that developed Australia’s first Integrated Specialist Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Service at Logan Hospital has won the Minister’s Award for Outstanding Achievement at the 2016 Queensland Health and Department of Health Awards for Excellence.
The fight against pests, diseases, feral animals and weeds and the threat they pose to Queensland’s agricultural production is being aided by the latest genetic analysis technology.
Queensland’s independent Co-ordinator General has approved the Environmental Impact Statement for the Lower Fitzroy River Infrastructure project.
Queensland‘s position as an international startup and tech hub will be strengthened when global entrepreneur megastars, innovation experts and venture capital investors converge on Brisbane next year.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says ABS data shows Queensland’s domestic economic activity growing stronger than previously thought.
A new project in Queensland will provide extra support to working women affected by domestic and family violence so they can stay in the job and have financial stability.
Queensland researchers have the chance to work at one of the world’s leading scientific and cultural research institutions, thanks to Queensland Government funding.
Minister for Transport and the Commonwealth Games Stirling Hinchliffe has this afternoon received a briefing from Queensland Rail’s Network Executive General Manager following a series of operational issues that have impacted train services today.
Queensland is set to collaborate with China on health service design, training for health care professionals and more following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese Province of Sichuan.
Employment Minister Grace Grace is urging Queensland’s regional business leaders to take up the “100 Jobs By Christmas” challenge laid down by Warwick businessman Darryl Evans.
Community groups who want to make the 2017 Queensland Women’s Week celebrations a big success are invited to apply for a share of $150,000 to host events, projects and activities that promote women.
Nostalgic festive memories of Christmas past will be the focus of Queensland’s new Christmas road safety advertising campaign announced today.
A new exhibition opening today at the Queensland Museum will give visitors a tremendous opportunity to experience the power of science, just in time for school holidays.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has told a gathering of more than 150 industry and research representatives that biofuels represents the “sweet spot” for Queensland’s knowledge-based industries to support job creation.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has urged all Australian Governments to legislate to provide paid leave for those affected by domestic and family violence.