The Palaszczuk Labor Government has buckled to parliamentary and political pressure by the LNP after it was revealed that sustainability and first-start loans had been frozen, due to a lack of funding. LNP Shadow Minister for Agriculture Tony Perrett questioned Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk in parliament* and said it was common
The LNP has called on the Palaszczuk Labor Government to rule out the implementation of the Queensland Sustainable Fisheries Strategy given the pressures the coronavirus is having on our commercial fisheries. LNP Shadow Agriculture Minister Tony Perrett said he was proud to join with the Queensland Seafood Industry Association, the
Farmers will be unable to access crucial low interest loans from the Labor Government-managed Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority after funding ceased three months early. The QRIDA sustainability and first-start loans support farmers looking to restructure and renew their businesses and are meant to be offered until the end
An unprecedent decline in Queensland infrastructure investment has occurred under the Palaszczuk Labor Government, according to the latest Queensland Major Projects Pipeline report. The value of funded infrastructure projects in Queensland has fallen from more than $18 billion under the pervious LNP Government to less than $8 billion in this
The Palaszczuk Labor Government has used the cover of the coronavirus crisis to announce a stunning back-flip on its youth crime laws. LNP Leader Deb Frecklington said Labor’s announcement in Parliament today that it would amend the Youth Justice Act was an admission that its reforms had fuelled Queensland’s crimewave.
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has reinforced her plan to save Queensland jobs, during the coronavirus pandemic. Ms Frecklington said the well-being of all Queenslanders is the top priority but action must be taken to stop a health crisis becoming a jobs crisis. “The coronavirus health emergency will test our hospitals