LNP’s Veterans’ Affairs Policy

The LNP has announced it will deliver Queensland’s first Veterans’ Affairs Policy if elected in the next state election. Our plan will improve services and provide more opportunities for our retired military personnel and include Queensland’s first Minister for Veterans’ Affairs to properly honour our Veterans. We will appoint a senior representative in the public…

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Bread and Water Budget delivered for Queensland

Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson accused the State Labor Government of dishing up a “Bread and Water” Budget for Queenslanders with $4 billion underspend on infrastructure since Premier Palasczcuk came to power. “That means every region, including the Sunshine Coast, are fighting over crumbs when they should have been putting some meat on the table…

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Simpson says don’t rock the Maroochy

Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson is sending a clear message to Council and to the local community that she does not support Council’s plans to build a permanent rock wall at the Maroochy River mouth. Ms Simpson is joining with community members in their “don’t rock the Maroochy” campaign. Ms Simpson said she had called…

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Taxis and Ridesharing

Annastacia Palaszczuk has botched the introduction of ridesharing services, leaving thousands of taxi owners and operators angry, frustrated and out of pocket.  The LNP will treat drivers, owners and operators with respect as we try to repair the damage caused by this Labor Government. We will ensure safe transport for passengers and drivers while also…

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Body Corporate Laws under review

People living in community titles schemes may be interested to give their feedback on the Queensland Government’s review of Queensland’s property laws.  Consultation closes on 5 May 2017. The review includes an examination of issues arising under legislation governing ownership, use and dealings in real property in Queensland including the Property Law Act 1974 and…

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