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Three Indigenous Land and Sea Rangers will be on patrol in Gladstone thanks to a sponsorship agreement with ConocoPhillips on behalf of Australia Pacific LNG.
Judging has begun in the 2016 Premier’s Sustainability Awards with nearly 150 nominations received from businesses, rural landholders, schools, communities and individuals across Queensland.
Tourism Minister Kate Jones today slammed the Turnbull Government for not axing the backpacker tax.
Queensland’s readiness to tap into the growing multi-billion dollar international market for health care services was a hot topic at the second in a series of high level meetings with private sector health industry leaders today.
Minister for Corrective Services Bill Byrne has today announced an additional $1 million annually for a new program designed to give female prisoners a better chance of successfully re-integrating back into the community and reducing the incidence of re-offending and going back t ...
The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to protecting the Great Barrier Reef was reaffirmed today at a positive meeting with UNESCO in Paris.
The Palaszczuk Government is charting a new course for Government procurement with a new advisory group of key industry leaders meeting for the first time today.
More than 160 Year 11 students are preparing for the jobs of tomorrow these school holidays at Queensland University of Technology’s STEM camp.
From today, landholders and miners have more certainty about their land access rights and responsibilities around resource developments.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has offered the Queensland Government’s expertise managing a Shark Control Program, over the last 50 years, to New South Wales.
Minister for State Development and Minister for Natural Resources and Mines Dr Anthony Lynham today welcomed the appointment of Ian Macfarlane as the new chief executive of the Queensland Resources Council
Australia’s largest honey company Capilano has produced the world’s first clinically-tested prebiotic honey, Beeotic.
The Queensland Government today (Tuesday) released its plan to support growth in sustainable ecotourism, delivering new jobs and world-class experiences in the sector.
Dementia Awareness Month is a timely reminder of the need to support programs that care for people with dementia, and their families and carers.
There is still time for organisations and social entrepreneurs to apply to share in the newly established $2 million Dignity First Fund to help people survive homelessness with dignity.
The Palaszczuk Government’s city-wide policing blitz is helping to restore community confidence after 82 arrests were made in the first week of Operation Oscar Merchant.
V8 Supercar champion and Bathurst winner Mark Winterbottom is the face of a new advertising campaign encouraging motorists to increase their use of biofuels in Queensland under the Palaszczuk Government’s new mandate.
An external expert panel has been appointed to help develop and implement improvements to the assessment and approval foster carers and the operation of the Blue Card system in Queensland, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said today.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says the Turnbull Government is one of dysfunction - the PM travels around the country doing deals with Liberal-National Party Governments which seem to punish Queensland.
The Palaszczuk Government is restoring frontline services to help keep Queensland children safe.
Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Leanne Donaldson is encouraging growers to take advantage of regional field days which highlight ways of cutting on-farm energy costs by up to 70%.
Community consultation on the proposed $500 million wind farm at Coopers Gap near Kingaroy, which promises up to 350 construction jobs, will open on Monday, 26 September.
Encouraged by widespread unseasonal downpours, Queensland farmers are planning their recovery from the state’s record drought.
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson today accompanied the Chinese Vice Minister of Agriculture on a tour of Queensland’s leading food technology and innovation facilities.
The Palaszczuk Government will trial technology to enforce the minimum passing distance between cyclists and motorists.
Emergency Services Minister Bill Byrne is urging residents in south-west Queensland to remain vigilant, following rainfall across the area this week.
Queensland exporters specialising in knowledge-based industries are thriving in international markets, including the United Kingdom.
Logan Hospital’s ENT outpatient long wait list has been cut by 90 per cent since the commencement of an innovative new service just eight months ago.
A new partnership between the Palaszczuk Government and AES Building and Maintenance Solutions is set to expand opportunities for people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Logan.
A second round of voluntary commercial fishing licence buybacks has now closed.