Extra staff are being deployed from within the public service to process an unprecedented number of applications being lodged under the Palaszczuk Government’s $100 million Back to Work regional jobs program.
The Palaszczuk Government is launching a campaign to encourage Queenslanders to help businesses and industries impacted by ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
Queenslanders looking to make a difference in people’s lives are being urged to put their hand up for a slice of a $2.5 million fund before the 10 May deadline.
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The Palaszczuk Government continues to help Queenslanders get back on their feet in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie, with its call centres taking almost 72,000 phone calls for assistance – a response effort larger than Cyclone Yasi in 2011.
Queensland’s regional innovators continue to tap into opportunities through the Palaszczuk Government’s $405 million whole of government Advance Queensland initiative.
All water quality results taken at seven locations across Brisbane following the firefighting foam spill are within recreational water use guidelines.
The Palaszczuk Government is supporting most recommendations made in the Agriculture and Environment committee’s report on Hendra virus vaccine and its use by veterinary surgeons.
The Palaszczuk Government is committed to continuing a local and collaborative approach to alcohol management planning in Queensland’s discrete Indigenous communities.
Taxi service licence holders are no longer subject to high occupancy, owner/driver and green vehicle restrictions.
The Palaszczuk Government is investing $100,000 to boost food production in the Central Highlands.
Australian radiologists are being sought to double-check Queensland coal miners’ X-rays in the latest in the suite of Palaszczuk Government measures to tackle the re-emergence of black lung disease.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) will soon have greater capability to pluck people safely from dangerous swiftwater environments in an Australian-first for emergency responders.
Racing Minister Grace Grace today officially launched the Brisbane Racing Carnival, set to be run over five consecutive Saturdays from May 13.
Initial water quality results from the firefighting foam spill at Brisbane Airport on last week (April 10) indicate water levels are now within recreational water quality guidelines near the release point.
Queensland Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has awarded four Queenslanders with scholarships to be trained in mediation with the Queensland Government’s Dispute Resolution Branch.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has today announced the appointment of three new Magistrates for Queensland.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has thrown his support behind a concept to co-locate a key selection of apex organisations that support trade, investment, international government relations and business development in Far North Queensland.
A humble app developed in Townsville has become a global leader – proving that when businesses are armed with the right tools, they can thrive in the global market from any region of Queensland.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, Curtis Pitt, have welcomed a statement by ratings agency Moody’s Investor Services returning their outlook on Queensland to stable after applying a negative outlook in the wake of Tim Nicholls’s di ...
The Palaszczuk Government has today confirmed construction will begin in mid-2017 on four key road upgrades on the Flinders Highway and Kennedy Developmental Road.$17 million for Pavement strengthening and rehabilitation on the Flinders Highway (Townsville – Torrens Creek)$25 mil ...
The Palaszczuk Government and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mayors have united in a call for funding continuity for Queensland's nation leading housing program in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
The Queensland Environment Minister has called on his federal counterpart to adopt Queensland’s firefighting foam ban and step up action against Qantas following the Brisbane airport spill.
Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services Mark Ryan and Acting Deputy Commissioner Paul Taylor announced the rollout of a new QLiTE capability that enables officers to capture Good Order offences as they happen.