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Show Societies in the Western Downs-Maronoa region will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

Tech entrepreneurs in regional Queensland will be given a leg-up as part of a new Palaszczuk Government program announced today by Innovation Minister Kate Jones.

More than 130 Queensland primary school students are competing at the inaugural Hockey Queensland Remote and Indigenous State Championships on the Gold Coast this week.

Show Societies on the Southern Downs will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

Biosecurity issues were front and centre at the inaugural meeting of the Agricultural Ministerial Advisory Council (AgMAC) in Brisbane this morning.

Local Government reform and accountability will be on the agenda at todays LGAQ Future Cities Summit in Cairns.

If you thought the Prime Minister would do anything to win Longman, you were wrong.

Show Societies in the Toowoomba region will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

Tablelands communities will soon be better protected from natural disasters and better prepared for emergencies, with works officially beginning on the new Community Education, Training and Disaster Coordination Facility.

Todays Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report lays bare the LNPs plan to sell Queensland energy assets.

Promising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people from across Queensland have been recognised today through the Aborginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) Brisbane Young, Black and Proud Scholarship program (YBPS).

Queenslands first national park to be jointly managed with Traditional Owners, Lama Lama National Park, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary today, during NAIDOC Week.

Show Societies in Far North Queensland will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

More than 100 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, children and carers have been given free transport on the Kuranda Scenic Railway to a special NAIDOC Week event in Kuranda.

A series of community forums will be held across Queensland to encourage community groups to participate in recycling opportunities through Queenslands Container Refund Scheme, which starts on November 1.

The Palaszczuk Government will fund two innovative Queensland companies to develop and test technology to support students with a disability in rural and remote locations.

Bundaberg students are now safer when travelling to and from school thanks to the Palaszczuk Governments $12 million flashing school zone program, with 22 local school zones at 14 schools having received the signs.

Queensland Seniors Week is fast approaching (18 26 August) and this year our states seniors are in for a real treat.

Show Societies in Western Queensland will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

Show Societies in the Sunshine Coast region will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

Show Societies in the Bundaberg-Burnett region will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

Nominations are now open in the latest round of the Queensland Governments Start Playing Stay Playing Excellence Awards.

The Palaszczuk Government funded floating walkway at Half Tide Tug Harbour in Hay Point has been completed, giving Mackay region boaties more high quality maritime infrastructure to choose from.

A family-run Brisbane business that developed an environmentally-friendly plastic mulch film that saves farmers time and money is set to take on the world with the help of an Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas Fund.

Visitors to the Gold Coasts David Fleay Wildlife Park these school holidays are able to experience one of the oldest living continuous cultures in the world that of the Yugambeh Aboriginal people.

Show Societies in the Scenic Rim will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

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Show Societies in North West Queensland will share in an increase of $400,000 over three years to the State Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

Wujal Wujal may be a small community with only about 300 residents, but it has certainly put itself on the map, Minister for Environment and Ministerial Champion Leeanne Enoch said today during local NAIDOC Week celebrations.

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Events celebrating Queenslanders with disability and promoting inclusion have been given a welcome boost by the Palaszczuk Government, with the announcement of the successful recipients for this years Disability Community Event grants program.

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Queenslands 129 local shows will be able to ensure the rides keep thrilling and the show bags keep filling and the crowds keep milling, thanks to a $400,000 boost over three years from the Palaszczuk Governments Show Societies Grants Program.

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