From tomorrow Queenslanders can jump online and apply for rebates of up to $300 on energy efficient appliances to save on their electricity bills.
Education Minister Grace Grace today recognised the state’s top Year 12 graduates from the class of 2017 at the Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) Achievement Awards.
High-value state forests will receive greater protection following the Queensland Government’s $455,000 investment in cameras to detect wildfires in south-west Queensland.
A local Rockhampton man has been fined $10,000 for illegally shooting a 5.2m crocodile in the Fitzroy River last year.
"This week I exercised my power under the Local Government Act to recommend Governor-in-Council dismiss Councillor Chris Loft as Mayor of Fraser Coast Regional Council.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) has built on its response to Tropical Cyclone Debbie – which earned praise from the United Nations – to prepare for this cyclone season, Fire and Emergency Services Minister Craig Crawford said today.
Addressing climate change could be an economic win for Queensland if the state can transition its economy to capitalise on emerging global trends.
Almost $160,000 in grants have been awarded to community organisations across Queensland ahead of Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month this May.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has reinforced the Palaszczuk Government’s reform agenda by re-introducing key outstanding bills in the first sitting week of the 56th parliament.
Member for Cook Cynthia Lui has called on federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion to come to Far North Queensland and see for himself the positive impacts of remote housing funding in Indigenous communities.
Workforce data released today has affirmed Queensland’s position as the employment powerhouse of Australia, with the strongest employment growth of any state.
The Premier’s trade visit to the United States next week will seek to build on the record export growth and create more jobs for Queenslanders.
Rookie Queensland LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has been completely absent from the GST redistribution debate which will see Queensland’s GST share gutted by her colleagues in the Turnbull Government.
A new deal between zinc producer New Century Resources and Santos was signed today which will generate 240 jobs and bring further certainty to Mount Isa’s resources industry.
Some of the world’s most recognisable business people and entrepreneurs will be lured to Queensland in April for a premiere trade and investment program during the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.Premier and Minister for Trade Annastacia Palaszczuk today announced The Economis ...
Education Minister Grace Grace is urging the Turnbull Government to make a long-term funding commitment to Queensland’s exemplary efforts to tackle bullying – especially cyber bullying.
Fire and Emergency Services Minister Craig Crawford today (Thursday) called on Queensland’s Opposition Leader to back passenger safety at regional airports instead of proposed cuts by the Turnbull Government.
Housing Minister Mick de Brenni has today called on State Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington to stand up for Queenslanders living in remote indigenous communities.
The 10th Closing the Gap Report has identified that Queensland is making progress on a number of targets including improved health and education outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders.
The Government I lead will always put Queenslanders first, and that means delivering the commitments and keeping the promises we made to the people of Queensland.
Queensland’s disaster response standards have been overhauled to give state and local governments and emergency service agencies greater capacity to respond to natural and man-made events.
The Palaszczuk Government has tightened laws regarding drones flying over Queensland correctional centres.
Extending the timeframe for the introduction of the state’s Container Refund Scheme will ensure the scheme is right for Queensland, Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch said today.
Female leaders and business owners can nominate to take part in two targeted support programs aimed at enhancing their business thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s Advancing Women in Business initiative.
Some of the world’s best and brightest minds in business and technology have converged on Brisbane for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Innovation and Entrepreneurship Bootcamp (10-16 February).