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Motorists over Moonie River with new bridge
Queensland contractors benefitting from Cross River Rail
Less red tape makes it easier for kids in care and their families
A healthier Queensland one step closer with neighbourhood design changes
Funding win for much-needed Noosa roads projects
Appointments made for key government entities
Cairns projects share in arts funding
Budget update focus on responsible economic management and creating more jobs in more industries
QCS welcomes more new officers
Ban on development over three-storeys along Spit
Updated planning provisions to protect Far North Queensland agricultural jobs
Palaszczuk Government’s $100,000 boost for Lockyer Valley
New data shows tourism is a driving force of Queensland economy
New data shows tourism’s a driving force of Queensland’s economy
Texas Cup runneth over with 2,000 racing fans in town
Construction of Oasis Townsville on track to begin in early 2020
Support continues for Queenslanders in need this Christmas
Volunteers celebrated for creating an inclusive Queensland
Palaszczuk Government breaks ground on Gold Coast Youth Foyer
State-of-the-art training centre skills apprentices
New arts and cultural experiences for Queensland
More transparency for private and public health and aged care facilities
Oasis Townsville on road to success
No more need for multiple ID scans with new re-entry passes
Woodford Festival land proposed for reclassification
Jobs to flow with Spit master plan bill introduced
Statement re: Burdekin Falls Dam
Three youth sexual violence response trial locations announced
Ruling requires work to stabilise Broadway Hotel
Critical upgrade work brings 112 jobs to Central Queensland
Queensland Government’s biggest round of reconciliation grants now open
Corbould Park synthetic track to be replaced
New $9m Police Facility to be built in Nambour
If we build them fish will come
Funding boost for specialist domestic violence legal service
First building complete in $241M expansion of Capricornia
Contractor announced to bring Dutton Park college to life
Twenty years of Queensland Greats
Heritage grants now open
Tenders open for Yeppoon rail station building revitalisation
Capping party spending shows Premier is running scared: Palmer
Jobs focus of Palaszczuk Government’s $300,000 multicultural grants program
LNP caught telling outright lies about drought funding
New sport infrastructure to be built through smaller applications, bigger collaborations
Shining a light on Diwali
Investments in Redlands Community Safety
Minister celebrates World Teachers’ Day at new school
Ensuring safety of first responders is paramount