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Premier Campbell Newman has joined some of the State's tourism operators for a Queensland themed beach party at the inaugural Australian Marketplace in America, to meet key travel representatives and cement the state’s reputation as a popular visitor destination.
More Queensland children are attending kindergarten than ever before, according to the latest figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Audio is available of two media conferences with Premier Campbell Newman during his trade mission to the United States of America.
Los Angeles: Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has met with some of the world’s leading geological experts to investigate ways to minimise the impact of natural disasters.
Countries and communities around the world are coming together to celebrate and recognise the achievements of women, to mark International Women’s Day.
The infrastructure sector has thrown its support behind the Abbott and Newman governments’ Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project with 63 consortia and individual companies submitting Registrations of Interest (ROI).
Sunshine Coast National Parks will be better protected under a plan to end illegal motorbike riding and create a new facility for recreational riders in Mooloolah Logging Area.
Los Angeles: Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has met some of the world’s leading geological experts to investigate ways to minimise the impact of natural disasters.
Queenslanders are being encouraged to nominate over the next fortnight for the 2014 Queensland Training Awards.
The racing industry is being urged to recognize its changing face this International Women’s Day.
Thousands of women who serve in Queensland’s police and emergency services have been acknowledged for their amazing contribution to the community ahead of International Women’s Day.
More Queenslanders will get support to resolve energy and water disputes after the Newman Government announced a review of the role of the Queensland Energy and Water Ombudsman.
The push to make Queensland communities better protected against flooding is changing the way councils can apply for funding.
Emergency aid and funding will be made available to another 15 shires after 79 per cent of Queensland was declared in drought, the largest area ever recorded.
Queensland’s Indigenous councils are rising to the challenge to become financially sustainable by improving the way they do business.
The opening of six new dental chairs is set to further improve oral health waiting times across Maryborough and the Wide Bay.
Queensland Rail will introduce further measures to tackle boomgate strikes with new procedures allowing trains to continue to operate.
Health Minister Lawrence Springborg has welcomed a positive exchange with doctors’ representatives leading to a new dialog on the implementation of contracts for Senior Medical Officers.Mr Springborg and Assistant Minister Dr Chris Davis met AMA President, Dr Steve Hambleton, inc ...
The Electrical Trades Union’s campaign of misinformation and misrepresentation has been shown for what it really is, Treasurer Tim Nicholls said today.
Queensland’s environment and agricultural sector will be better protected after the new Biosecurity Act was passed in State Parliament today.
The LNP Government will undertake a wide-ranging review of fisheries management in Queensland to deliver a better system for the state’s commercial and recreational fishers.
Online tendering resources will allow small businesses to operate on a level playing field with larger enterprises for the first time, delivering on the Newman Government’s election promise to cut red tape and regulation by 20 per cent by 2018.
Queenslanders are being asked to join the conversation about Queensland’s choices to reduce the $80 billion debt left by the previous Labor Government, Treasurer Tim Nicholls said today.
Better working conditions and entitlements provided by new contracts to 650 Visiting Medical Officers (VMOs) in Queensland Hospitals have been recognised in the final report of their industrial advocate, outlined in State Parliament today.
Queensland’s sustainability champions still have time to meet the 14 March deadline to nominate for the 2014 Premier’s Sustainability Awards.
Jobs, investment and growing the economy are the focus as Premier Campbell Newman departs for the United States of America to build on the state’s strong international ties.
Applications will close at the end of next week for Queensland Government funding for local community projects to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War.
Downward pressure on electricity prices will be created after the Newman Government announced reforms to the Solar Bonus Scheme.
Construction activity is set to boom across the state, with insurance policy data released by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) increasing by 27 per cent in two years.
Landholders still have the opportunity to learn more about how they can benefit from the Newman Government’s new vegetation management reforms, with a further 10 industry events to be held over the next month.