Australia’s legendary Outback Way will receive a major boost as part of a $24.5 million road funding agreement between local, state and federal governments.
Finding ways to reduce Queensland's $80 billion legacy of Labor debt is the focus of a round table meeting being hosted in Cairns today by Queensland Treasurer Tim Nicholls.
National Football League (NFL) chiefs have been invited to tour Queensland’s sporting facilities, during a meeting with Premier Campbell Newman in New York.
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has met with New York Police Commissioner William (Bill) Bratton to discuss the City's success in reducing crime.
Improving and supporting the state’s cultural diversity is the focus of an Action Plan that various North Queensland organisations will help to shape.
New York Police Commissioner William Bratton has given an insight into one of the world’s largest and most effective police services, during a meeting with Premier Campbell Newman.
Growing agriculture as one of the four pillars of the economy will be the main area of discussion as hundreds of Queensland industry members gather in Brisbane for a Government-led forum today.
A healthy serve of funding is being made available to Queensland businesses that promote a better lifestyle for their workers, delivering on the Government’s election promise to revitalise frontline services.
Some of the world’s most cutting edge public transport design and technology was on show as Premier Campbell Newman toured New York’s East Access Rail Line project during his US trade mission.
Artistic excellence and outstanding achievements in Queensland’s theatre industry have been recognised at the 2013 Matilda Awards.
Some of Queensland’s historical treasures are now on display at the newly relaunched Museum of Lands, Mapping and Surveying at the Landcentre at Woolloongabba.
Hiring limousines could become more affordable for Queenslanders as the Newman Government looks to cut red tape in the industry.
Queenslanders are being asked to give their feedback on how the Newman Government can revitalise investment in social services like child safety, health, housing, disability services and homelessness.
More children than ever are outside and getting active, with the latest round of the Newman Government’s Get Started program, the most successful to date.
Queensland’s foster and kinship carers can now stretch their dollar further by accessing discounts at more than 4,500 businesses across the state, as part of the Queensland Government’s Carer Business Discount Card scheme.