Dr Anthony Lynham


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Pool fence recall

Product Recall

9 May, 2018 – The ‘Be-Safe Pool Fence – Portable Pool Fence Starter Kit’, sold nationally by Clark Rubber, has been recalled due to safety concerns. The recall follows an investigation by the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC): the…
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Advance Queensland drives 11,000 new jobs

Advance Queensland

8 May, 2018 – Innovation is about our greatest natural resource – our people – and how their ideas, and new ways of solving problems can create jobs and make our lives better. The State Government’s Advance Queensland initiative –…
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Work starts to make energy laws more switched-on

Review of Queensland Energy Legislation

8 May, 2018 – The rules around Queensland’s fast-changing energy landscape are being overhauled to accommodate a new world of energy storage systems, remote-controlled home energy and customers who are independent of the electricity grid. An Issues Paper has been…
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Your electricity asset dividend is on its way

Energy bill rebate

3 May, 2018 – Keep an eye out for your $50 rebate on your next electricity bill. You, and around 1.9 million Queensland householders, are receiving this dividend as owners of Queensland’s electricity businesses – proudly kept in public hands…
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Grants opportunity – GCBF Round 97 now open

With Newmarket Soccer Club players

2 May, 2018 – Does your not-for-profit organisation need funding for new equipment and upgrades to facilities? Round 97 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund is now open. Four Stafford groups shared a total of $96,100 in the previous round:…
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Bike Week 2018

Bike Week 2018

1 May, 2018 – The Palaszczuk Government is proud to support Bike Week 2018 (Saturday 28 April – Sunday 6 May 2018) – the largest cycling festival in Queensland! This is an annual week-long festival organised by Bicycle Queensland and…
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Roadwork to improve pedestrian safety


26 April, 2018 – The Department of Transport and Main Roads is currently working on improving pedestrian safety at the Gympie Road and Sadlier Street intersection at Kedron. The safety upgrade includes installing new lanterns, audio drivers and new audio…
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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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