Dr Anthony Lynham


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Container Refund Scheme Community Forum

Container Refund Scheme

16 July, 2018 – Our innovative new Container Refund Scheme starts on 1 November this year. The scheme will provide Queenslanders with more opportunities to reduce litter and increase recycling, while being rewarded for their efforts. This will help to…
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New financial year electricity price cuts

Energy savings

12 July, 2018 – Electricity rate cuts of between 1.3 and 8.6 per cent kick in for Queenslanders this month. Australia’s three biggest gas and electricity providers – EnergyAustralia, Origin and AGL – have announced residential price cuts of between…
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Stafford Kindergarten receives grant funding


9 July, 2018 – I was pleased to see that Stafford’s Emily Foord Memorial Kindergarten has received $10,000 in Small Assistance Grant funding this year to assist with their educational program and practice development. The Small Assistance Grants support a…
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Grant opportunity to help the homeless

Dignity First Fund 2018

6 July, 2018 – The Dignity First Fund 2018 is seeking creative and innovative proposals that aim to prevent and reduce homelessness, and assist people experiencing homelessness to live with dignity and improve their quality of life. Over 50 projects…
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New combination seals Queensland number plate future

Queensland number plates

6 July, 2018 – Plans are afoot for a new combination on State number plates when the current series runs out. Queensland’s current motor vehicle number plate series, which includes a combination of three numbers followed by three letters, is…
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Beware of fake Medicare email

Medicare Scam Alert

5 July, 2018 – Be wary of scam emails – Queensland Police are warning people about a phishing email that looks like it’s from Medicare, asking you to update your EFT details, so you can start receiving payments for Medicare…
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Queensland exports continue to soar to new heights

Trade & Investment Queensland – Townsville

5 July, 2018 – The value of Queensland’s merchandise exports has risen again to a record of $73.8 billion dollars for the year to May quarter. The increase of 19.2% reflects traditional exports but also a growing global demand for…
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Steady progress in closing Indigenous education gap

Premiers Reading Challenge, Stafford

3 July, 2018 – Queensland’s state schools are successfully closing the gap in the classroom, with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student retention rate continuing to rise. Since 2012, the Year 10-12 apparent retention rate for Indigenous state school…
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Living Well in Retirement

St Clements Retirement Living

26 June, 2018 – How do you know which retirement accommodation option is right for you? St Clements on the Hill, Stafford is holding an information session on retirement living and aged care options. As well as options for staying…
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Queensland’s digital hospitals improving patient care

digital hospitals

25 June, 2018 – Technology is revolutionising the speed and accuracy of patient care across Queensland thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s rollout of digital hospitals. Digital hospitals allow clinicians to monitor a patient’s vital signs such as blood pressure, temperature and heart rate…
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More clues for family history researchers

family history

21 June, 2018 – The most popular service provided by the Queensland Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages has now been improved, opening up even more information to family history researchers. The Family History Research service on the registry’s website…
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Stop price shocks with fairer SEQ water bill


20 June, 2018 – SEQ residents will see fairer, more consistent water prices for the next three years following recommendations from the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA). Our investment in bulk water infrastructure as a result of the millennium drought provides…
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