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**ATTENTION NAMBOUR** Reimagine Nambour has been a community owned initiative to build a roadmap for Nambour’s future. The people of Nambour spoke very clearly – they wanted to maintain a distinct identity while transitioning their local...

Australia’s Olympic Candidature Leadership Group will meet with the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) early next week to discuss Queensland’s potential candidature for the 2032 Olympics. The Australian delegation,...

Climate change seems to have silenced the critics of the cleanest energy of them all. People traditionally have held visceral views on nuclear energy, but climate concerns just may be the game-changer in the nuclear debate . The threat of...

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt has opened Queensland’s first operational medical cannabis farm, paving the way for Australian patients to access prescriptions for Australian grown medical cannabis. Minister Hunt inspected the farm at...

The fundraising potential of Men’s and Women’s Sheds will be boosted thanks to reform announced by the Government in the 2019 Budget. The Government is following through on its commitment to grant Men’s and Women’s Sheds Deductible Gift...

Are you finishing school at the end of the year? Check out my 2019 School Leavers Guide for information on career development, future education and training opportunities, financial assistance as well as useful contact details for more...

Residents of Fairfax received a major road safety boost today with the Federal Government announcing it will invest $137,500 under the 2019/20 Black Spot Program. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional...

The Harvest Labour Services – Reforms to encourage Australian job seekers to take up seasonal work measure announced in the 2019/20 Budget is a $24.1 million investment over four years aimed at encouraging more Australian job seekers to...

It’s been more than 70 years since United States President Harry Truman signed into law the Atomic Energy Act in 1946 as a clear signal to examine the peaceful application of nuclear technology. In that time, while Australia has endured...