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A new Queensland Government grant will see hundreds of additional women at risk of breast, ovarian and bowel cancer receive access to counselling.
Passionate child protection campaigner Hetty Johnston has been named as Queensland’s recipient of the Australian of the Year Award for 2015.
The Government’s sentenced youth boot camp at Lincoln Springs, west of Ingham, continues to outperform with new figures revealing a massive drop in vehicle offences following the Government’s introduction of a mandatory order for juvenile vehicle offenders in Townsville.
People who assault nurses, doctors and paramedics will face up to 14 years in prison under tough new laws introduced as part of the Queensland Government’s Safe Night Out Strategy.
Queensland’s justice system will benefit from more than 130 years of combined legal experience, with five new appointments to the District Court, including Judge Administrator and an additional position in Cairns.
The horses have moved out and the machines have moved in at Eagle Farm as the state’s premier race track prepares for a multi-million dollar facelift, as part of the State Government’s $110 million commitment to racing infrastructure.
More Queensland women will have the chance for a potentially life-saving mammogram under a new Australian-first trial run by BreastScreen Queensland.
Queensland’s public health system is performing better than ever, with a record 1.1 million patients being admitted to hospitals in 2013-14.
Premier Campbell Newman pays tribute to former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam here:
Townsville families now have the reassurance of access to a stand-alone paediatric intensive care unit at The Townsville Hospital.
Queensland public hospital patients will continue to receive world-class health care in a high quality and safer environment with building repair programs worth more than $124 million now underway.
The wait for important eye surgery will soon be over for almost 8,000 Queensland patients with a $23.4 million blitz bringing them much-needed relief.
Fewer Queensland patients are waiting for important elective surgery with new figures showing a massive reduction in waiting lists of more than 90 per cent.
The Queensland Government has announced that a new quarry proposed for the Bundaberg region would not be allowed to proceed, while a neighbouring residential development has been approved.
Queensland’s best teaching programs have been recognised tonight with the State Government’s highest accolade for excellence in state schools.
Queensland’s retiring Chief Judge Patsy Wolfe AO has been honoured for her 15 years as head of the District Court at a special valedictory ceremony today.
Sixteen Queensland businesses are celebrating after being announced as winners at the prestigious Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards at the Brisbane Convention Centre tonight.
Opposition Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk has failed to listen to everyday Queenslanders who helped create The Queensland Plan by opposing the legislation in State Parliament today.
Beaudesert businesses and families are set to benefit from Queensland Government funding for a new bypass that will create jobs and rejuvenate the town centre.
The people of Rockhampton will see more jobs created in their city after the Queensland Government approved funding for a major intersection and main road project near Central Queensland University.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie has welcomed the appointment of Queensland’s new Chief Judge of the District Court, Kerry O’Brien, which was approved by Governor in Council today.
The people and businesses of Cairns will benefit from Queensland Government funding that will pave the way for the construction of 18,500 new homes at Mount Peter, south of Cairns.
The LNP Government’s Strong Choices final plan could generate 33,600 new jobs and an additional $8.1 billion in gross state product, new modelling shows.
South East Queensland passengers will soon be able to track their buses, trains, ferries and trams on their smartphones or online.
Queensland is well prepared to welcome the world’s leaders and thousands of dignitaries, one month ahead of the G20 Summit in Brisbane.
Farmers, landowners and community members are invited to comment on new biosecurity regulations to protect the agricultural sector and our environment.
Queenslanders will continue to experience the same level of service on regional air routes from January 1 next year after the signing of a new series of contracts.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie will appeal the sentence of a 21-year-old woman who assaulted a man on a Gold Coast bus.
Visitors to south east Queensland’s lakes are being urged to Play it safe this summer.
The Queensland Government’s election promise to deliver a safety boost for children and parents around schools will be achieved a year ahead of schedule.