Investor confidence plummets under Labor

The latest report from the national infrastructure body shows Queensland is suffering the largest drop in investor confidence in Australia. LNP Deputy Leader Tim Mander said investor preference in Queensland infrastructure had plummeted because of the Palaszczuk Labor Government. “Queensland has had the single biggest drop in preference out of

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Labor’s go-slow is gouging drivers

With fuel prices in Australia hitting a 10-year high, the LNP is calling on Annastacia Palaszczuk to fast-track the launch of real-time fuel price monitoring in Queensland. Commsec has warned that filling up the car is now the biggest single weekly cost for millions of families after the national average

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Racing faces ruin under Labor’s betting tax

The unprecedented action to trigger state-wide strikes is a last ditch effort by the Queensland racing industry strangled by Labor’s $367million racing tax. “Once again the Queensland racing industry has been let down by the Annastacia Palaszczuk and her government,” LNP Leader Deb Frecklington said. “This is a $1.2 billion

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Premier’s lies over unions in schools exposed

Annastacia Palaszczuk is lying to Queensland parents over a plan to allow unions into state school classrooms, the LNP said today. The Premier has repeatedly denied that the Queensland Council of Unions had requested access to schools from the State Government to run ‘education’ programs. But RTI emails released today

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Labor cuts vital agriculture education program

The Palaszczuk Labor Government’s decision to cut the School to Industry Partnership Program (SIPP) undermines the future of agriculture in Queensland, LNP Leader Deb Frecklington warned today. When pressed by the LNP in Parliament today, Agriculture Minister Mark Furner confirmed the program would no longer be funded by Labor. “Annastacia

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Rail Fail rolls on and on under Labor

Queensland’s Rail Fail is set to roll into 2019 and beyond after the Palaszczuk Labor Government failed to give any timetable for the restoration of 472 axed services. This weekend marks the second anniversary of the crisis that plunged the network into chaos and led to huge cuts to the

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