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A native title decision has opened the way for local Indigenous people to own their own homes and for jobs in Burketown.
With a wet Easter on the cards for parts of Queensland, Emergency Services Minister Jo-Ann Miller has urged bushwalkers to be well prepared before heading into the great outdoors over the long weekend.
Queensland’s gas industry has achieved another milestone with the first section of a new high voltage transmission line supply now powering gas processing facilities in the North West Surat.
Work has begun on a $735,000 upgrade of one of Gladstone’s busiest boat ramps on Hanson Road, between the Mt Larcom Road Bridge and the power plant.
Families affected by domestic and family violence in eight locations across Queensland will soon have greater access to support with increased funding for new services.
A $2 million innovative housing project is providing peace of mind for local elderly parents of adults with disability in Townsville.
A Department of Health taskforce is investigating how a person came to be employed as a nurse by the Torres and Cape Hospital and Health Service at the Aurukun Primary Health Centre on Cape York, without being properly registered.
JOINT funding from the Australian and Queensland Governments has been secured for the upgrade of the Coomera Interchange (Exit 54) on the Pacific Motorway, which will ensure a new commercial and retail precinct goes ahead at Coomera Town Centre.
The Palaszczuk Government has joined forces with Deaf Services Queensland (DSQ) to ensure hearing-impaired Queenslanders have better access to fire safety information.
Sunshine Coast boaties have been urged to respect the restricted access area around the ex-HMAS Brisbane dive site following reports of illegal fishing.
Day visitors and campers have another reason to visit the popular Jourama Falls section of Paluma Range National Park in north Queensland this Easter, following the completion of upgraded visitor facilities.
Police, Fire and Emergency Services Minister Jo-Ann Miller, Queensland’s first-ever Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey and Ambulance Services Minister Cameron Dick joined with police and emergency services personnel to launch the 2015 Easter Road Safety campaign.
Minister for the Commonwealth Games, Kate Jones, today announced new measures to ensure the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games are delivered on time and for the benefit of Queenslanders, Gold Coast residents, businesses and industry.
A small mammal with long ears and a pink nose is set to star at David Fleay Wildlife Park at West Burleigh this Easter school holidays, but it won’t be delivering chocolate eggs.
Townsville people needing an affordable place to live will be supported through the construction of 34 new social housing properties over the next year with construction valued at more than $8.3 million.
Easter is one of the busiest times of year on Fraser Island and also a season of high activity for the local dingo population.
Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt, in Townsville for the government’s first Community Cabinet, welcomed today’s release of the Commonwealth Government’s tax discussion paper.
A clinical review into the first two weeks of the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital has raised serious questions about the processes leading up to the opening.
Education Minister Kate Jones today officially opened Pimlico State High School’s new facilities and congratulated the school for the successful transition of its first Year 7 students.
Young people from North Queensland who are leaving the child protection system can now be confident in their next step in life with new after-care services up and running in Townsville.
Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller has today praised the work of Townsville Rapid Action and Patrols officers following the first release of results from the trial of the new proactive and agile policing group that started last year.
IMPROVEMENTS to the New England, Flinders, Landsborough and Cunningham highways will be delivered as part of the Australian Government’s $229 million National Highway Upgrade Programme.
New technology is now being used in the Queensland Tourism industry to attract visitors to local attractions and appeal to families in a bid to boost tourism expenditure.
A landmark digital tourism initiative is guiding visitors to explore Queensland’s destinations as Tourism and Events Queensland rolls out Australia’s largest tourism network of iBeacons across the state.
Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Bill Byrne today announced a review of the state’s biosecurity capability.
TRAFFIC will flow more smoothly when major works are completed on a busy section of the Bruce Highway at the Boundary Road interchange near Narangba in Brisbane.
Queenslanders are being urged to act quickly to nominate for the 2015 Queensland Training Awards which close on 10 April.
Education Minister Kate Jones today welcomed the Performance Audit on Maintenance in Public Schools and said the Department of Education and Training would implement all of the report’s recommendations.
The recommendations of the Queensland Audit Office’s (QAO) report on recurrent non-state school funding will be implemented in full, Minister for Education Kate Jones said today.