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Bring your own bags from July 1

Plastic bag ban

12 May, 2018 – From Sunday, 1 July 2018, Queensland retailers will no longer be able to supply single-use lightweight plastic shopping bags less than 35 microns in thickness, either for free or at a charge. This includes compostable, degradable…
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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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2019 Queensland Day Sponsorship Program

15 June, 2018 – Applications are now open for the 2019 Queensland Day Sponsorship Program. The Program encourages Queenslanders to celebrate Queensland Day in a way that reflects the unique culture, heritage and aspirations of their own community. Each year,…
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Have your say on Queensland’s Waste Strategy

Waste Levy

14 June, 2018 – The Palaszczuk Government has recently released the Transforming Queensland’s Recycling and Waste Industry directions paper. Last year the Government commissioned an independent report into the transport of interstate waste which has recommended the introduction of a…
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Making nights out safer for Queenslanders

Safe night out

13 June, 2018 – Every Queenslander has the right to enjoy a safe night out in their community without the threat of violence. As part of the 2018-19 State Budget the Palaszczuk Government will provide $3.3 million to continue the…
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Queensland Small Business Procurement Commitment

Queensland Small Business Procurement Commitment

11 June, 2018 – We want to make sure small business can share in the investment we make in our people and our growing economy. Supporting small businesses through procurement recognises the contribution they make to our communities, particularly in…
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Boosting business to go digital in Stafford


6 June, 2018 – 220 Queensland small businesses have received combined funding of more than $1 million under the latest round of the Queensland Government’s Small Business Digital Grants Program. The successful applicants include two businesses from Stafford: Waterama Pool…
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Budget fulfils commitment to tackle domestic violence

Queensland Budget 2018-19

5 June, 2018 – The Palaszczuk Government has fulfilled its promise to fight domestic violence with 24 new specialist Police officers across the state, lifting the number of DV coordinator officers from 30 to 54. The frontline officers will be…
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Resurfacing Works on Gympie Road, Chermside


4 June, 2018 – The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise pavement resurfacing works will be undertaken along Gympie Road, at the intersection of Murphy Road, Chermside. Timing: These works are scheduled from early to…
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