With the goal of no road deaths in Queensland on Friday 31st May, three local State Members are appealing to all Queensland motorists to pledge their support for road safety. Darren Grimwade, Member for Morayfield said Fatality Free Friday served as a timely reminder for everyone to pay due care and attention when on the road. […]
Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP and Sunshine Coast Councillor Jenny McKay have announced the results of a study into the upgrade of the Maleny Centenary Pool as it gears up to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Cr McKay said that they wished to congratulate the Maleny Swimming Club for supporting the Maleny Centenary Pool […]
The Queensland Government has announced two significant initiatives to reduce green tape and put money back into the pockets of thousands of Queensland small businesses. Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection Andrew Powell said the government would delete 20 environmentally relevant activity (ERA) thresholds, contributing to its drive to reduce regulation and green tape by […]
[vid]The health of Maroochy River waterways will be given a major boost thanks to the Queensland Government’s Everyone’s Environment grants.
The Queensland Government today launched a $3.2m program to support research into disease and other preventable causes of death, injury and illness of Queensland koalas.
The Maleny Wood Expo has received received a $16,000 funding boost from the Queensland Government under the latest round of the Events Queensland Regional Development Program (EQRDP)
Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP is challenging residents to shop locally and purchase 100 percent of their Christmas needs from small businesses.
Local Member Andrew Powell MP has announced that five local schools in Glass House had received tablet computers (e-tablets) as part of the Newman Government’s $3.5 million eLearning for Special Needs Students’ initiative
More than 150 south-east Queensland landowners have offered to sell their properties under the Newman Government’s Koala Habitat Program.
Queensland community and volunteer groups who help others can now apply for a share of $1.35 million to buy essential items to help their local communities.