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My Government’s support of the mining sector is well known, has been demonstrated on many occasions, and has been personally conveyed to the sector by myself and my senior Ministers.
Queensland added 5,300 full-time jobs in April as the state’s trend unemployment rate remained steady at 6.6 per cent.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today welcomed home the 2015 Premier’s Anzac Prize winners who participated in the historic Anzac Centenary commemoration at Gallipoli.
The Palaszczuk Government is extending emergency financial support to a range of new areas in south-east Queensland, as the clean up from last week’s wild storms continues.
Campbell Newman’s pledge to fix school maintenance was an empty promise new information reveals.
The number of Queensland households disconnected for not paying their power bills reached a record high under the former LNP Government.
The Abbott Government is once again threatening the true intent of the National Disability Insurance Scheme by failing to assure Queensland and the rest of the States and Territories that it would address the issue of the chronic housing shortages for people with disability.
Queensland’s Chief Scientist, Dr Geoff Garrett, will head a new high-level Great Barrier Reef Water Science Taskforce.
Health Minister Cameron Dick said today that advice from the Health Department vindicated the government’s move to scrap the Liberal National Party’s gimmicky program on waiting lists.
A panel of resource community and sector leaders will look into the impact of Queensland’s existing 100 per cent Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO) mines near regional communities.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has ruled out any new State taxes targeting foreign property investors in Queensland.
A $116 million project to construct new train stabling facilities in four locations across the South East is set to create 700 jobs for Queenslanders, Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport Jackie Trad said.
Queensland is leading the nation on retail trade growth, according to fresh ABS figures released today.
Queensland’s overseas merchandise exports for the March quarter 2015 rose 10.8 per cent to $11.4 billion compared to the same period last year, Treasurer Curtis Pitt said.
Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey has requested his department to conduct a speed review of the Yandina Coolum Road, between Collins and Arcoona Roads at Yandina.
More than 100 organisations and community groups across Queensland will share in $100,000 in subsidies to run activities and events during Seniors Week.
The Palaszczuk Government will provide an extra $1.5 million for services to help women and children suffering as a result of domestic and family violence.
The Palaszczuk Government has further extended the number of storm-ravaged communities eligible for emergency financial support following Friday’s wild storms in south-east Queensland.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has welcomed the announcement that the new $85 million Berth 8 facility at the Port of Townsville is now open for business.
Queensland tourism suffered under the LNP government a Queensland Audit Office report has found.
PROGRESS towards a more flood resistant Bruce Highway is continuing with Aurecon Australasia selected to commence the detailed design phase of the $57 million Sandy Gully Bridge upgrade project.
The Gold Coast is set to welcome thousands more travellers from China thanks to new non-stop flights starting in September.
Sixteen exploration projects will share more than $1.43 million in Queensland Government grants for targeted drilling projects to boost exploration throughout the state.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today announced the opening of round three of the Queensland Anzac Centenary grants program, part of the Anzac Centenary $49.3 million commemorative program.
The Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure, Jackie Trad has this morning announced an immediate independent review into flooding concerns raised by those Moreton Bay residents, residing near the Moreton Bay Rail Link (MBRL).
The Queensland Government will hold a new Commission of Inquiry into the flooding of the Lockyer Creek between Helidon and Grantham in January 2011, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today.
A new advisory group to oversee Queensland’s transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will meet today in Brisbane for the first time.
The Palaszczuk Government has extended the number of storm-ravaged communities eligible for emergency financial support, following Friday’s wild storms in south-east Queensland.
Plans are set in motion to upgrade facilities at the popular Ocean Creek boat ramp in Burdekin, with construction to begin later this year.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has welcomed the latest ABS Building Approvals data which show the total number of dwelling approvals (trend) in Queensland rose 3.0 per cent in March.