Young jobseekers and recently employed young workers in Cairns are set to benefit from a new mentoring program to help them gain and retain employment, Treasurer and Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt has announced.
The State Government’s Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP) is well on track for a record 300 adoptions for the 12 month period from July last year.
Education Minister Kate Jones today said the Turnbull Government had pulled a “Gonski swifty” pushing back education funding on the states.
Far North Queensland companies are encouraged to tender for works to update the fit out of a government office in Cairns to accommodate the Cairns District Youth Justice Service.
The Palaszczuk Government has employed more than 4,400 extra teachers and teacher aides to improve education in Queensland state schools.
The Palaszczuk Government is driving a renewed focus on science, technology, mathematics and engineering making STEM specialists and IT support officers available to all state schools.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath today announced two appointments to the Supreme Court of Queensland.
The Palaszczuk Government reinforced its commitment to regional waterway health with $300,000 going to the Mackay-Whitsunday Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership.
The Palaszczuk Government will create 60 new frontline, and frontline support jobs, to bolster the work of Queensland’s environmental regulator in the regions.
The Queensland Government today released the Women’s Budget Statement in recognition of the important contribution of women to the state’s economic future.
Today the Queensland Police Service Academy, Townsville campus saw 38 recruits graduate in a ceremony attended by Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services and Minister for Corrective Services, Mark Ryan and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart.
The Palaszczuk Government has called on eligible Far North Queensland companies to tender for the construction of the new Gordonvale Police Station.
A Taiwanese biotech company will work with Queensland researchers to determine if a new chemical entity – derived from a mushroom – could potentially treat Alzheimer’s disease.
Environment and Heritage Protection (EHP) wildlife officers at Daisy Hill Koala Centre are celebrating the return of their five-foot tall mascot, Daisy, after she was allegedly stolen from the establishment on June 7.
The Palaszczuk Government’s commitment to increasing frontline services continues, with 22 new probation and parole officers graduating at Wacol today.
Queenslanders will have the opportunity to name seven soon to be crime-fighting canines belonging to the Queensland Polive Service (QPS), Police Minister Mark Ryan said today.
Hundreds of thousands of spectators will today find out the tickets they’ve secured for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Regional Queenslanders will receive training that is better targeted to local jobs through an initiative announced in Ipswich today.
RENO, USA: Queensland University of Technology will work with the University of Nevada to collaborate on driverless vehicle technology.
On behalf of the Queensland Government, I wish to pay tribute to The Honourable Con Sciacca AO, who passed away in Brisbane yesterday, aged 70.
Queensland producers experiencing financial difficulty will be better protected from 1 July when mandatory farm business debt mediation comes into effect says Agriculture Minister Bill Byrne.
Ports Minister Mark Bailey says legal proceedings against two parties allegedly responsible for the Cape Upstart oil spill nearly two years ago sends a strong message to the shipping industry when navigating Queensland’s waters and the Great Barrier Reef.
Southern Oil’s Gladstone facility is already creating opportunities further afield with the announcement that the Palaszczuk Government will provide $125,000 in Advance Queensland funding to Burdekin Renewable Fuels.
New feedstock sources for livestock could be developed in Goondiwindi after a $579,000 investment by the Palaszczuk Government.
Queensland’s emerging biofutures industry has been given a boost following the announcement that North Queensland-based MP Australia Holdings has received $250,000 in State Government Funding to demonstrate bioethanol production from agave at the pilot scale.