Dr Anthony Lynham



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Queenslanders get the keys to new renewable energy

MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct

26 March, 2020 – Queenslanders now own their first new renewable energy generation in 20 years, with publicly owned generator CleanCo building a new wind farm near Warwick, on the Southern Downs. As one of the largest onshore wind farms…
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New laws so supermarkets can restock around the clock

New laws so supermarkets can restock around the clock

23 March, 2020 – The Palaszczuk Government is introducing urgent reforms to the Planning Act to help make sure that supermarkets stay well stocked to deal with the unprecedented demand for groceries. Our manufacturers and supply chains are working well…
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Take action together to stamp out violence and bullying

10th National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence

20 March, 2020 – Today marks the 10th National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence, recognising the tremendous work of schools & communities, all year round, to build supportive learning environments and foster respectful relationships, at school, and beyond….
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Funding to aid coronavirus economic recovery

Coronavirus Industry Recovery Package

19 March, 2020 – The COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak is having wide-ranging affects on the Queensland Economy. From tourism through to exporters and small businesses – businesses and industries across the state are already feeling the initial burn of this outbreak….
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Wheelchair Accessible Taxis Grants Round 2 now open

Wheelchair Accessible Taxis Grants

17 March, 2020 – The Palaszczuk Government’s $21 million Wheelchair Accessible Taxi grants program helps operators make their taxis accessible for people with disability. Accessible taxi services are often the only means of transport some people with disability and their…
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Queensland power assets continue to pay dividends

Electricity Savings

17 March, 2020 – Around two million households across the state will see another $50 wiped off their electricity bills for each of the next three years as Queenslanders continue to reap the rewards of owning their electricity assets. Queenslanders…
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Celebrate Harmony Week 2020

Harmony Week 2020

16 March, 2020 – Stafford is a culturally rich and diverse community and this is well worth celebrating this Harmony Week. With Queensland being home to people who speak more than 180 languages and come from more than 220 countries,…
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New Triple P to tackle cyberbullying

Triple P online safety

13 March, 2020 – Parents, carers and school students will soon have access to more information and advice on how to deal with cyberbullying. Triple P International will receive more than $696,000 from the Palaszczuk Government to expand its Positive…
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Wage theft soon to be a criminal offence

Wage Theft

11 March, 2020 – Queensland workers expect a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work. The deliberate theft of worker’s legal entitlements not only hurts workers and their families, but the broader economy and those businesses doing the right…
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Help for small & medium businesses affected by coronavirus

Help for small and medium businesses affected by coronavirus

6 March, 2020 – With the economic impacts of coronavirus spreading, the Palaszczuk Government is putting Queensland jobs first and supporting our economy during this difficult time. Small and medium Queensland businesses impacted by the coronavirus outbreak are now able…
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