Queensland’s agricultural sector will soon receive a healthy boost with low THC hemp seeds to be available for human consumption from mid-November.
The Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has welcomed the Queensland Police Commissioner’s statement that Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark was not denied entry to a Brisbane licensed venue.
Work on the next stage of the Daintree Gateway on the Daintree River has now been completed.
The Palaszczuk Government has introduced legislative changes to create a new offence of industrial manslaughter in Queensland.
New legislation introduced into Parliament today will provide landholders and resource
Queenslanders are being enlisted as flu fighters to help combat one of the State’s biggest flu seasons on record.
Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, Curtis Pitt, says the Palaszczuk Government’s economic plan is working to lift growth, build confidence, foster innovation and investment, and generate jobs now and for the future.
Queensland motorists are being encouraged to speak up against drink and drug driving – a major contributor to fatal and serious crashes.
The Palaszczuk Government is making it easier for Queenslanders to access their share of the $5.3 billion budgeted for concessions and rebates this financial year.
The Palaszczuk Government will today (22 August) introduce legislation to the Queensland Parliament ushering in a new age of fairness in the building and construction industry.
The Palaszczuk Government’s investment in innovation has leveraged $132 million from partners, helping to further propel economic growth and jobs across the state.
At the last election, I promised to lead a government that would restore hope and opportunity for Queenslanders.
The Palaszczuk Government is preparing Queensland for hotter climates by providing planning assistance across the state from our farms to our cities.
National Operation Roamis back again for another year and Queenslanders are being asked to help find suspects wanted in connection with various offences around the state.
Queenslanders will get the elite athlete experience with a new training simulator designed to emulate track cycling at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Gabba is on the hunt for a new head curator, with legendary grounds manager Kevin Mitchell Jr.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt said the latest Suncorp-Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) Pulse survey of small business shows the government is on the right path by supporting regional communities and putting downward pressure on energy prices.
As Road Safety Week begins, a blueprint aimed at making Queensland roads safer has been unveiled, focussing on young drivers as well as vulnerable road users.
The ‘Chin up, phone down’ message has reached nearly four million people thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s latest road safety campaign targeting young motorists.
Queenslanders are being urged to remain patient and cooperate with health authorities as the flu season sparks a record demand for the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS).
Statement from Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk:
A world-first innovative plant growing technique that is set to double Queensland’s avocado production and smash the global shortage of avocado trees has received a $636,000 grant through the second round of the Palaszczuk Government's Advance Queensland Innovation Partnerships p ...
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) have responded to several major incidents across Queensland today prompting firefighters to remind residents of the importance of being prepared.
Roma Street Parklands today came alive to the sounds, taste and visual delights of Indian culture as the India Day Fair gets underway.
Cladding from the Expansion Block at the Logan Hospital complex will be sent for testing in Melbourne after Audit Taskforce assessments could not confirm the level of fire retardation across cladding products that were used.