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    Indigenous Partnerships Help Keep Kids at School

    Hundreds of young Indigenous Queenslanders will continue to be supported to re-engage with school, thanks to a $17 million investment by the Palaszczuk Government.Education...

    Astra Zeneca vaccine not effective against new Covid strains as African...

    New studies show the Astra Zeneca vaccine, the workhorse of Australia’s vaccine program, is just 10% effective against the virulent South African Covid strain,...

    Palaszczuk Government Ignites Innovation for More Queensland Jobs

    More manufacturing jobs are on their way for a Queensland business, thanks to Palaszczuk Government funding to help market a very clever Brisbane innovation.Innovation...

    Produce Protection for Queensland Apple and Pear Growers

    The Horticultural Netting Program has been announced for Queensland apple and pear growers.Netting delivers productivity boosts by protecting crops from extreme weather and pests.The...

    $2 Million Campaign to Give Queensland Tourists a Taste of Farm...

    An authentic taste of farm life is on the holiday menu for Queensland tourists with the launch of a $2 million campaign to attract...

    New State-of-the-Art Vessel Joins Great Barrier Reef Fleet

    The latest weapon in protecting the Great Barrier Reef has been officially unveiled in Gladstone today with the launch of a $9.7 million state...

    Awards Reward Class of 2020 High Achievers

    Nearly 60 high-achieving Year 12 graduates from Weipa to the border town of Stanthorpe will have some extra cash in their pockets to support...

    Qld students unite against bullying

    Queensland students from all corners of the state are taking a strong stand against bullying today on the 11th National Day of Action against...

    Fee relief for Cairns reef operators extended

    The Palaszczuk Government has extended financial support for Cairns tourism businesses.Reef fleet operators at the Cairns Marlin Marina have received fee relief since February...

    Balancing Esplanade’s bliss and business

    From circus tents to pop-up shops and concerts, Council is seeking community opinion on the kinds of events and activities that may be suitable...

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