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Education Minister Kate Jones today encouraged Queenslanders to apply for the 2016 Peter Doherty Awards for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education.
Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson has congratulated the five Queensland women vying for a prestigious rural award.
The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to driving overseas trade and investment is already paying dividends for the Queensland economy with a $5.6 billion export boost last year.Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the value of Queensland’s overseas merchandise exports rose to a fo ...
A life-size replica of South East Queensland’s new commuter train was unveiled for the first time today ahead of the arrival of the state’s new generation fleet of 75 six-car trains.
A child who first presented at hospital on Thursday night has been confirmed as the second case of the Zika virus in Queensland this year.
Floodgates, diversion channels and upgrades to cyclone shelters are among 48 disaster mitigation and resilience projects to receive grants totalling approximately $30 million, from the State Government Community Resilience Fund 2015-16.
The Palaszczuk Government has requested the Governor's approval to issue the writ for the referendum for fixed four-year terms for Queensland’s Legislative Assembly.
To give the Gladstone community greater confidence in the protection of air quality, the Queensland Government has boosted air monitoring across the region.
Gold Coast company Alder Constructions Pty Ltd has won the contract to upgrade the Gold Coast Hockey Centre ahead of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Murweh Shire Council will soon have a new planning scheme and other small western shires will reap the benefits, thanks to an innovative partnership with the Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning.
The Gold Coast is preparing for a green 2018 Commonwealth Games with the launch of an innovative trial to collect and recycle commercial food waste.
The delegation of Palaszczuk Ministers who visited Aurukun yesterday have set themselves the challenge of implementing whole-of-government improvements to deliver better community outcomes.
I was encouraged by the Federal Government’s Science and Innovation Statement released late last year.
Queensland will boost measures to combat mosquito breeds responsible for the spread of Zika virus and Dengue fever.
Queensland Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles has congratulated Department of Environment and Heritage Protection wildlife officers who last night caught a 4.7-metre saltwater crocodile off The Strand at Townsville.
The Palaszczuk Government’s plan is to deliver fairer fares.
Queensland tourism operators can skill up on how to boost their image online through free workshops with TripAdvisor.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has again assured Queensland pensioners and seniors their existing electricity bill concessions are not at risk.
All three levels of Government have united to fund the $1.3 million installation of a new CCTV security camera system in Aurukun.
The Aurukun community will receive a $70,000 funding boost over one year to deliver more sport and recreation activities, such as a seasonal competition, community carnival and education and training event.
Queensland is leading the nation in the strength of building approvals, which were up almost 27 per cent for 2015, according to new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
A number of statutory obligations and outstanding legal issues remain to be addressed before I can consider granting the Carmichael coal project mining leases.
Legionella test results from every hospital and aged care facility in Queensland will be made public under proposed legislative changes to be introduced into Parliament early this year.
The community has until Friday, 5 February to provide feedback on four key planning instruments that will support the day-to-day operation of the Queensland Government’s new planning system.
Victims of domestic and family violence in Far North Queensland will soon have access to greater support with an extra $3.7 million in funding over five years announced for local services.
The Palaszczuk Government will fast-track a much needed $700,000 expansion of the Thursday Island Fire and Rescue Station.
The Palaszczuk Government is moving to improve the safety of Queensland motorists and truckies by putting into action a detailed plan to reduce accidents involving heavy vehicles.
A future subdivision on Hammond Island in the Torres Strait is set to deliver both essential social housing and economic opportunities for the local community.
Commuters will be able to use their smartphone to receive personal audio announcements and track their public transport journey stop-by-stop, following the upgrade of the MyTransLink app.
Queensland’s aviation sector is taking off after Hong Kong Airlines announced year-round flights from Hong Kong to the Gold Coast and Cairns, due to commence in early April.