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The Palaszczuk Government is investing more than $11 million this year into the $17 million Caboolture Hospital upgrade, to help the facility keep up with regional growth and ensure it continues providing the best possible care to local residents.
Tropical North Queensland tourism is taking off with new direct flights from Seoul to Cairns secured for the first time.
The ageing Moores Creek rail bridge on the Yeppoon rail line is on track to receive a major refurbishment with the Palaszczuk Government announcing $850,000 to upgrade the bridge.
The Palaszczuk Government’s $100 million Back to Work regional jobs package commences this Friday, Employment Minister Grace Grace said.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has welcomed the reappointment of Gerard Bradley as Chair of the Queensland Treasury Corporation and the appointment of Anne Parkin as a QTC board member.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says two of the state’s most respected business professionals have been appointed as inaugural directors to the board of Energy Queensland, the state’s newest government-owned corporation.
The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed the release of Building Queensland’s inaugural Infrastructure Pipeline Report today, which sets out for the first time an independent view of the state’s infrastructure priorities.
Cross River Rail is charging full steam ahead with the Palaszczuk Government today providing an in-principle commitment of $800 million towards building Queensland’s number one infrastructure project.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt says Tim Nicholls is still silent on how he will implement LNP plans for asset sales a full month after promising to declare his position “in due course”.
The Palaszczuk Government’s new laws to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence are set to provide a boost to the social life and economy of Queensland’s towns, cities and entertainment precincts.
The Palaszczuk Government is asking Queensland’s multi-billion dollar biomedical and life sciences sector what they need to become a world leader in the next 10 years.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning Jackie Trad has announced the appointment of Mr Brendan Moon to the role of Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.
Up to 5,000 people are expected to attend the annual Cairns Greek Festival to be held at Redlynch today.
Racing Minister Grace Grace today announced the full composition of the new Racing Queensland Board.
The Palaszczuk Government has committed $6 million over three years to help small businesses around the state engage with the global digital economy as part of a suite of new and expanded programs under the Advancing Small Business Queensland Strategy.
Significant areas have been added to national and regional parks in Queensland this week, bringing the total protected area to 13,704,240 hectares covering 7.92 percent of Queensland.
Small business will be given support to start, grow and employ under a new strategy launched by Small Business Minister Leeanne Enoch in Mackay tonight.
On behalf of the Government, I received the report of the Barrett Adolescent Centre Commission of Inquiry (the Commission) conducted by Commissioner The Honourable Margaret Wilson QC this afternoon.
Jobs, a key Central Queensland regional tourism asset, community infrastructure and family fun are being delivered thanks to the Palaszczuk Government co-funded inventive Yeppoon foreshore revitalisation project.
A new plan for North Queensland’s future has been launched in Townsville today, outlining the priority areas of roads, water, innovation, tourism, and a new stadium as key to diversifying and advancing the region’s economy.
Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Leanne Donaldson today announced the appointment of the first female Chair of the Board of Directors of Safe Food Queensland, Kathryn Adams.
A scientific report card on the health of the Fitzroy River catchment shows the condition of the waterways has remained stable in one of Queensland’s most important water systems.
Racing Minister Grace Grace has welcomed the appointment of Queensland rugby league legend Billy Slater as an official ambassador for all racing codes in Queensland.
Join statement from Communities Minister Shannon Fentiman and Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni:
The Palaszczuk Government has supported 10 Queensland families to get their lives back on track following Sunday night’s severe weather event.
The Iman People of Central and South Western Queensland have welcomed the opportunity to move on from a turbulent colonial past and rebuild their cultural “purpose and pride” following a Federal Court decision that recognises them as the traditional owners of their land.
A new police station will be built in Bowen as part of the Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to boost policing services across North Queensland.
Queenslanders will see 58 new police on the beat following the latest round of graduations from the Queensland Police Academy today.
North Queensland disability and community care services providers Bowen Flexi Care and Blue Care will benefit from more than $1.7 million in Palaszczuk Government funding to support local people with disability.
The Palaszczuk Government’s Fairer Fares package will take the pressure off our congested roads, with cheaper public transport fares expected to drive patronage growth.
Central Queensland employers are receiving a helping hand to create jobs in regional Queensland through the Palaszczuk Government’s $100 million Back to Work program.