The LNP has welcomed the restoration of maternity services at Chinchilla Hospital. LNP Leader Deb Frecklington said expecting mums in regional Queensland deserved the same level of health care as those in the cities. “As someone who was born in a regional hospital, I understand how important these services are
“For more than 50 years a network of drum lines and nets have protected Queenslanders from shark attacks. “At last count there were more than 350 drum lines keeping Queenslanders safe up and down the coast. “Labor need to explain why one of the only areas of Queensland that does
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has ruled out tolls as part of her plan to bust congestion by building a Second M1. “One of the first policies I announced was to put money on the table to get the Second M1 built for Gold Coast motorists,” Ms Frecklington said. “This commitment
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington is calling on Sunshine Coast residents to back her plan to prosecute callous pet owners who leave their dogs to swelter in hot cars. The Queensland RSPCA receives more than a thousand reports of animals trapped in hot vehicles every year and the LNP is proposing
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has today called for a full parliamentary inquiry into Labor’s administration of Queensland’s shark control program. Ms Frecklington said the inquiry is needed with figures showing the number of sharks being caught by the Palaszczuk Government has dramatically declined despite a surge in shark population numbers.
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has vowed to introduce Australia’s toughest punishment for child killers if her party wins the next state election. Ms Frecklington said she was determined to bring penalties into line with community expectations after the killer of toddler Mason Jett Lee was jailed for nine years –