The LNP is listening to Queenslanders who want access to safe, secure and reliable jobs during these trying economic times. A future Deb Frecklington LNP Government has tough anti-trespass laws that will protect workers and resource jobs from extremists who want to sabotage lawful resource businesses operating and employing locals.
Media statement from LNP Shadow Minister for Police Dan Purdie following revelations an indigenous woman who died in custody wasn’t checked on for six hours
“This is the latest in a litany of failures by the Palaszczuk Government to properly manage and resource watch houses in Queensland. “Watch houses have been at breaking point under Labor with children held in custody for weeks without access to proper health or education services. “Labor’s Minister Mark Ryan
“Labor’s Coomera Connector promise is a con with not a single dollar committed for a road until after 2024. “All Labor has announced is a bridge without a road. “The LNP has committed $550 million to start building the actual road in 2021. “The Gold Coast has waited too long
Banning motorists from using rest stops is reckless and irresponsible by Labor Queensland’s road toll is alarming high and fatigue is one of the Fatal 5. A driver who has been awake for 17 hours has a driving ability similar to a driver with blood alcohol concentration of 0.05. People
The LNP has pledged to save North Lakes Golf Course from unacceptable development proposals if elected at the state election. LNP Candidate for Bancroft Phil Carlson said the land had been under threat of mass development for more than two years and the community deserved certainty on its future. “As
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has welcomed the selection of Clark Siemsen as her party’s candidate for the electorate of Sandgate. Ms Frecklington said Mr Siemsen, an electrical fitter for the NBN, was committed to creating more jobs for Sandgate and getting the local economy growing again. “Clark knows that the