Corrective Services Minister Mark Ryan announced today that one week after the Palaszczuk Government announced the expansion of GPS tracking technology to increase community safety, the first parolee has had a GPS tracker placed on them as part of enhancing their supervision cond ...
My Government’s priorities are to create jobs and opportunities for Queenslanders and ensure their access to frontline services, including health and education, no matter where they live.
The Federal LNP Government is letting down regional Queensland when it comes to telecommunications
Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Industry, Curtis Pitt, says the latest regional and youth unemployment figures should prompt regional employers to beat next Tuesday’s deadline for accessing the state government’s $20,000 Back to Work Youth Boost payment.
A further $500,000 will be available this Friday (24 February) to help Queensland children kick-start their involvement in organised sport or recreation activities through the re-opening of Round 9 of the popular Get Started Vouchers program.
Political leaders from around the country are meeting in Cairns this afternoon (Thursday) to discuss how they can collaborate to reduce carbon greenhouse pollution, ahead of visiting the Great Barrier Reef tomorrow.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is calling on the Turnbull Government to intervene after a Commonwealth Fair Work Commission decision to cut Sunday penalty rates and take-home pay for thousands of Queenslanders.
Cape York Peninsula Aboriginal Land Trusts and Aboriginal corporations have nominated members for a committee to provide advice to the Palaszczuk Government on managing national parks and other protected areas on Cape York.
Queensland’s recreational diving and snorkelling code of practice will be updated by July, Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace has announced following a Reef Safety Roundtable in Cairns yesterday.
Australia’s first real-time electronic donation disclosure system has gone live in Queensland this morning, as part of the Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to transparency at state and local government level.
Around 200 farmers will help Ergon better understand business electricity needs and demands in regional Queensland as part of the Palaszczuk Government’s $10 million package to help stabilise regional power bills.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and her Ministers will govern from the Gold Coast in April, to coincide with 12 months’ to go before the start of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has urged Queenslanders to put up their hand to volunteer at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), with registrations closing soon.
Queensland’s reputation as Australia’s cruise ship destination of choice received a major boost today, with the maiden visit of the largest cruise ship to ever visit the state.
Kidston:Work has commenced on the $126 million Kidston Solar Project in North Queensland, the first solar farm to begin construction under the Palaszczuk Government’s Solar 150 program.
The Palaszczuk Government is calling on community organisations to apply for the next round of funding that will help job-seekers get the training they need to get employed, under the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative.
A behavioural psychologist will team up with canegrowers to foster widespread change across the industry that will lead to better outcomes for the Great Barrier Reef.
Major $10 million project on Bruce Highway completeNew Arnot Creek Bridge north of Ingham to make highway safer and more efficient, as part of the 10 year, $8.5 billion Bruce Highway upgrade plan
Minister for Training and Skills Yvette D’Ath has today officially launched a project designed to promote respectful relationships in the community.
The Palaszczuk Government is continuing its commitment to support vulnerable Queenslanders in times of need through reforms to its energy concessions.
The second stage of the Palaszczuk Government’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wellbeing Services will roll out this month in Ipswich, Beaudesert, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Townsville and Palm Island.
A new traffic and travel information system has been launched to help more Queenslanders better plan their journey before hitting the road.
$17.5 million will kick off more than 65 projects, supporting more than 500 jobs across the Mackay, Whitsunday and Isaac regions as part of the Palaszczuk Government’s Works for Queensland program.
Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, Curtis Pitt, has met with Shadow Trade Minister Jason Clare in Cairns ahead of Thursday’s Trade Ministers Meeting in Darwin.
Innovation Minister Leeanne Enoch today joined a Gold Coast business to launch a new gardening app that will have benefits beyond the backyard.