Dindemic: Queensland - Australia

By dindemic // November 26 2013 // 0 comment
A new $22 million Emergency Department and Endoscopy Unit at the QEII Jubilee Hospital will deliver world-class emergency treatment and diagnostic services for Brisbane’s south side.

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By dindemic // November 26 2013 // 0 comment
Crossroads Arts has been congratulated for its contribution and strong community focus at the official opening of its arts shop in Mackay. Arts Minister Ian Walker said the Newman Government had provided $294,631 in Organisations Funding for 2014-2016, delivering on the Arts for All Queenslanders policy announced at the election.“Crossroad Arts is one of 34 organisations sharing in almost $21 million in Organisations Funding for 2014-2016,” Mr Walker said.

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By dindemic // November 26 2013 // 0 comment
Design work to replace Mackay’s Vines Creek Bridges will be funded by the Newman Government after Labor failed to address the issue for a decade.

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By dindemic // November 26 2013 // 0 comment

Restricted fuel-powered boats will be allowed at Wivenhoe Dam and there will be new access points for fishing and canoeing at Somerset Dam following the most extensive recreation review of south-east Queensland’s lakes and catchments ever undertaken.Premier Campbell Newman joined Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington and Somerset Regional Council Mayor Graeme Lehmann today to launch new recreation guides for Lakes Wivenhoe, Somerset and Atkinson.Mr Newman said with summer almost here and hotter days ahead, some of our great lakes could become the next place to escape and cool down.“T

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By dindemic // November 26 2013 // 0 comment
Buderim twins have become the first babies to receive their special birth certificate, commemorating the birth of Prince George of Cambridge.Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Jarrod Bleijie today presented little Ivy and Phoenix Bowman with their new mementos.

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By dindemic // November 26 2013 // 0 comment
Queensland’s Health Minister Lawrence Springborg today announced free HIV testing will be expanded across the State, as part of AIDS Awareness Week.Minister Springborg said an after-hours, peer-based HIV testing clinic will commence early in 2014 from the ground floor of the Biala Community Health building in Roma Street.

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By dindemic // November 26 2013 // 0 comment
Queensland’s new building industry watchdog will soon be a reality with a governing board set to take the reins from December.

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By dindemic // November 25 2013 // 0 comment
Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s has again endorsed the Newman Government’s economic plan for Queensland, by reaffirming Queensland’s AA+ credit rating with a stable outlook. Treasurer Tim Nicholls said the announcement showed the LNP was living up to its election commitments to grow a four-pillar economy, repair the State’s finances and deal with Labor’s debt legacy. “This CanDo Government has been working every day to cut waste and restore the state’s finances and our policies are having a real impact,” Mr Nicholls said.

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By dindemic // November 25 2013 // 0 comment
People with a disability in Toowoomba will be better supported thanks to a $350,000 grant from the Newman Government to help local service provider Assert Services expand its premises.

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By dindemic // November 25 2013 // 0 comment
Toowoomba’s regional road network will be made more resilient to future floods thanks to nearly $8 million from the Newman Government’s Betterment Fund.Premier Campbell Newman announced the funding after Cabinet in Toowoomba on Monday, giving details of one of the largest flood upgrade packages for any Queensland council so far.“There are projects throughout the greater Toowoomba region that will service not just the city but also Kingsthorpe, Millmerran, Clifton, Pittsworth, Blackbutt and their surrounding communities,” Mr Newman said.“These roads are important f

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