Supporting and promoting Queensland businesses is top of the agenda for Deputy Premier and Treasurer Jackie Trad on her trade and investment mission to the Middle East.
A taskforce consisting of industry and commercial experts will evaluate the management of State Government venues as part of Queensland’s first Sport and Active Recreation Strategy, due to be released by the end of 2018.
The Palaszczuk Government is encouraging the community to reconsider the number of everyday single-use plastic items they use to help reduce plastic pollution in recognition of Earth Day today.
The tireless dedication of Queensland’s foster and kinship carers is being recognised this week (22-28 April) as Queenslanders celebrate the tremendous effort more than 5300 carer families put in each and every day to keep vulnerable Queensland children safe.
Queensland’s future leaders have assembled at Parliament House for the state’s 23rd Youth Parliament.
Queensland secondary students are being recognised alongside some of the world’s most acclaimed visual artists, with their artworks showcased at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Brisbane.
Queensland’s innovation festival Myriad will host a ground-breaking creative think tank this Saturday dedicated to finding solutions to help eliminate plastics and other marine debris from the Great Barrier Reef.
The founder and the first CEO of Google Ventures will be on board Myriad Air alongside leading entrepreneurs and investors from Silicon Valley bound for Brisbane next month.
North Queensland’s Nywaigi People, operators of the award-winning Mungalla Station tourist attraction, now hold the native title rights to the land and waters where their legends have been formed.
The Palaszczuk Government wants to know the detailed impact of a proposed National Energy Guarantee --- including on power prices and carbon emissions --- before it will back it.
A potential drug to treat motor neurone disease (MND) is set to emerge from a partnership between The University of Queensland and the Queensland Government.
The Gold Coast will continue as a focal point for major international sporting and business events as the legacy of the Commonwealth Games continues to take shape.
Racing Minister Stirling Hinchliffe has welcomed the appointment of Brendan Parnell to the position of CEO at Racing Queensland.“Brendan Parnell is a respected racing executive with strong experience at the highest levels of industry,” Mr Hinchliffe said.
Queenslanders leading the way in work health and safety or rehabilitation and return to work are being urged to enter the 2018 Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.
Racing Minister Stirling Hinchliffe today officially launched the 2018 Brisbane Racing Carnival, an internationally renowned event featuring world class horseracing, food and fashion.
The Palaszczuk Government has announced 12 new ranger positions for Far North Queensland as part of the Queensland Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program.
Thousands of Chinese delegates will enjoy the Gold Coast’s iconic tourism experiences next month as part of the largest business event ever secured for the Queensland city.
The Palaszczuk Government has today announced that they will work together with councils and industry on a zero-waste future.
An Australian Idol winner and world-famous beatboxer will join the next generation of vocal talent tonight for the Creative Generation (CGEN) Voices grand final.
Three years after their son almost lost his life in a quad bike crash, Atherton parents, Jodie and Mario Cocco, have joined the Queensland Government as quad bike safety advocates.
Queensland’s vegetable growers are set to reap the rewards of a $16.6 million five-year project to improve the resilience of their crops from the impacts of viral and bacterial diseases.
Australia’s premier timber research program is right here in Queensland, and it’s celebrating its 100th birthday.
The Palaszczuk Government is investing $46 million to replace 18 timber rail bridges between Townsville and Cairns, significantly improving the safety and longevity of this vital line and supporting up to 120 jobs for the local construction industry.
The Palaszczuk Government will move to ensure the long-term future of rail freight to the Port of Townsville by protecting the Townsville Eastern Access Rail Corridor (TEARC).
I am disappointed with Ipswich City Council’s decision to place collected recycling into landfill.