Labor fails to deliver despite soaring spending

Tax-payers should be disturbed by the KPMG review of public services under Labor, Shadow Treasurer Tim Mander said today. “The wage bill for public servants has increased by over $5 billion under Annastacia Palaszczuk,” Mr Mander said. “Labor has wasted $165,000 of tax-payers’ money trying to prove that hiring more

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Schools are for education, not indoctrination

“Annastacia Palaszczuk needs to show some leadership and completely rule out giving the unions free rein in our schools,” Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington said. “Despite her apparent and stunning backdown on allowing unions to recruit children in schools, former Queensland Council of Union’s secretary turned Labor Education Minister

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Latest unemployment figures

LNP Deputy Leader and Shadow Treasurer Tim Mander said today’s figures showed Queensland continued to lag behind other states with the second worst unemployment rate in the nation. “We should be up there with New South Wales but instead Queensland is at the bottom of the pack, fighting off only

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Stunning revelations rock Tolling Inquiry

Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington said she was shocked by a number of startling revelations made during today’s public briefing at the Toll Road Inquiry. “The reason I called for this inquiry was to save people money and bust congestion. I simply want a better, fairer toll system but

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Statement regarding renewable energy policy

The Queensland LNP’s renewable energy policy is the same today as it was when I first announced it in my budget in-reply speech in June.* This is what I said in my budget in-reply speech: “An LNP government would mandate government owned energy companies to support renewable energy generation. “We

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Black Friday for youth justice

LNP Shadow Attorney-General and Minister for Justice David Janetzki said today would go down as Black Friday for our youth justice system, with the Palaszczuk Government clearly having given up on fixing the system. “Our youth justice system has gone from one crisis to another under Annastacia Palaszczuk and Labor,”

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