Dr Anthony Lynham



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Affordable energy plan delivers for farmers


18 April, 2018 – I was recently in Bundaberg at Australia’s biggest chilli producer, Austchilli, where I announced an extension of the Government’s $10 million Energy Savers Plus Program. Following the success of the program’s first phase, delivered in partnership…
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‘Water for Life’ Community Grants now open


13 April, 2018 – Community groups interested in protecting our region’s drinking water catchments can now apply for funding of up to $10,000 as part of Seqwater’s annual ‘Water for Life’ community grants program. Grant applications close on 4 May 2018,…
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Entries open for 2018 Queensland Literary Awards

Queensland Literary Awards 2018

11 April, 2018 – Nominations are now open for the 2018 Queensland Literary Awards. The awards celebrate local top writing talent, help share our stories and nurture the next generation of writers. We have many creative and inventive writers in…
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A farewell to forms

Paperless Transactions

10 April, 2018 – Filling out paper forms for some transactions will soon be a thing of the past, following the roll-out of paperless applications in all Queensland Transport and Main Roads customer service centres. This new process will make…
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Playing it safe with safety switches

Playing it safe with safety switches

9 April, 2018 – In many Queensland homes, safety switches are only fitted to the power circuit. This means you have no protection for your family on other sub-circuits in your home such as the lights, pool, air-con, stove or…
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Ready to roll on Rookwood

Rookwood Map

5 April, 2018 – Access to water is essential for growth – for agriculture, for business and industry and for local communities. I join the people of Central Queensland, and our two hard-working local MPs in welcoming the long-awaited Federal…
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Hi-tech detection and protection in place this flu season

If unwell, stay at home

3 April, 2018 – We saw more than 56,000 laboratory confirmed cases across Queensland, an increase from 23,000 the previous year. To help fight influenza, the Queensland Government has rolled out point-of-care testing in numerous hospitals across the state. This…
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