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Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie is inviting Queenslanders to have their say on policy options for changes to the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994.
Queensland’s niche market opportunities, unique climatic areas and production diversity will continue to drive the State’s strong future growth, according to the Queensland Agricultural Land Audit released last night.
The Gold Coast tourism industry will receive a boost this week with tens of thousands of visitors expected to converge on the annual Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival.
The Newman Government has announced that 10 new schools will be built to meet growing student demand in Queensland.
Landmark reforms to Queensland’s vegetation management framework passed State Parliament today, restoring balance to vegetation laws and marking the end of years of vilification of the rural sector by the previous Labor Government.
The Newman Government has taken swift action to save starving cattle in the state’s drought stricken communities, as the Queensland Parliament passed an emergency grazing amendment to the Nature Conservation Act 1992 tonight.
A second crocodile has been caught in a trap at Saltwater Creek at Newell Beach, near Mossman.
Green groups’ claims about future development at Abbot Point coal port reveal their hypocrisy and determination to oppose any and every development to the detriment of the Queensland economy and Queenslanders.
The Newman Government has continued its commitment to restoring power to local governments by revoking the Bundamba to Swanbank State Development Area (SDA) and handing back planning control of the corridor to Ipswich City Council.
Problem gamblers won’t be able to miss a new campaign aimed at making
The Newman Government has finalised the sale of the former Brisbane Supreme and District Courts in George Street, allowing for the largest single development to date in the Brisbane CBD.
Housing and Public Works Minister Tim Mander has announced the Home Assist Secure program will continue to be funded throughout 2013–14.
Members of the Queensland Police Service’s Stock and Rural Crime Investigation Squad have been appointed to investigate the deaths of 46 heifers at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry's 'Swans Lagoon' property near Ayr.
Housing and Public Works Minister Tim Mander has hosted a special rededication ceremony to mark the end of the meticulous restoration of the flood damaged Commissariat Store.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie has announced that his department’s Director-General has terminated the contract of the Cairns boot camp’s operator, Safe Pathways.
Tickets to Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Instrumental Music (MOST) go on sale today (Monday 20 May).
Commercial beam trawl fishers who were hard hit by flood damage to the Burnett River will now be able to access additional fishing areas as part of a new government trial.
The death of 46 heifers at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry's 'Swans Lagoon' property near Ayr earlier this month is being independently investigated.
Police Minister Jack Dempsey has urged all Queenslanders to look out for the safety of their neighbours at the Good Neighbour Security Expo in Mount Gravatt this afternoon.
Better educated younger drivers and changes for older drivers are included in a package of driver license reforms which have been recommended by some of Queensland’s leading road safety experts and will be implemented by the Newman Government
A new mobile website now makes finding a Justice of the Peace (JP) or Commissioner for Declarations (C.decs) as simple as a tap of your finger.
Cairns will be the focus of international sports fans when it hosts the UCI Mountain Bike World Cups in 2014 and 2016.
National Parks Minister Steve Dickson is looking for volunteers for the best lifestyle jobs in Queensland.
Energy Minister Mark McArdle has congratulated the Energex Apprentice of the Year Awards winners presented at a ceremony last night.
What if the Evil Queen stood trial for poisoning Snow White? Imagine if the Dark Knight’s brand of rough justice finally caught up with him.
Schools in the Far North Queensland region are celebrating outstanding teaching practices, with seven awards for educational excellence presented today.
A new blockbuster Gold Coast tourism campaign ‘And Action’ will grace the silver screen from this Sunday.
The long-term direction of Queensland’s tourism industry is under the spotlight at workshops across the state to discuss how the industry will be more competitive and successful over the next 20 years.
Registrations have opened for this year’s much anticipated DestinationQ forum, the Queensland Government’s peak industry event for tourism.
Racing Minister Steve Dickson will officially open the Burdekin Growers’ Race Day tomorrow, and is encouraging all North Queenslanders to come along and show their support for country racing.