Queensland bushfire heroes deserve top honour

LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has recommended formal recognition for the men and woman who helped contain Queensland’s catastrophic bushfires. Ms. Frecklington has written to the National Emergency Medal Committee in Canberra asking them to consider opening a citation application process. In the past, the National Emergency Medal has been awarded

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LNP demands toll ombudsman in Queensland

The Palaszczuk Labor Government must immediately adopt the LNP’s plan to give the Queensland ombudsman jurisdiction over toll roads. Shadow Transport Minister Steve Minnikin said the LNP’s inquiry into toll roads found the Tolling Customer Ombudsman only operated part-time and was based in Victoria. “Queensland urgently needs an independent Ombudsman

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CCC finds Labor has lost control of prisons

Today’s damning report by the Crime and Corruption Commission has confirmed that the Palaszczuk Labor Government has totally lost control of Queensland’s prisons. The Taskforce Flaxton report found that violence and corruption is now endemic in Queensland’s correctional system. “Once again, Labor is turning a blind eye to corruption in

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It’s official – Labor’s Market-led Proposals are an abject failure

Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington has slammed the Palaszczuk Labor Government for blocking crucial private sector projects while Queensland suffers the worst unemployment rate in the nation. Ms Frecklington said the damning Auditor-General’s report released today showed Labor’s market-led proposals policy was an abject failure. “The private sector has

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Annastacia Palaszczuk is clueless on youth crime

Labor’s latest plan to tackle youth offending has proven that Annastacia Palaszczuk is totally out of touch with the community on crime, LNP leader Deb Frecklington said today. Ms Frecklington said the Palaszczuk Government’s plan to cut youth offending by just five per cent by 2022 was pathetic. Ms Frecklington

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Labor’s lack of leadership puts Queensland kids at risk

Queensland kids are being left in protection limbo, with matters concerning children subject to emergency orders not meeting prescribed time frames. Shadow Minister for Child Safety and Youth Stephen Bennett said more children are now being put at unnecessary risk of harm due to the Palaszczuk Labor Government’s inaction on

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