Queensland has broken its own disgraceful record for the number of domestic violence order breaches, as the Labor Palaszczuk Government fails to introduce a plan to fix the crisis. New data released by the Queensland Police Service revealed more than 28,200 breaches have been recorded in the past 12 months.
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has pledged to launch a crackdown on road rage by introducing targeted penalties for offenders. Ms Frecklington said road rage threatened the lives of drivers, their passengers and the public. “I want to make sure every Queensland driver gets home safely,” Ms Frecklington said. “The combination
A future Deb Frecklington LNP Government will create a new government-owned corporation based in Townsville to construct new dams and unleash the economic potential of regional Queensland. The new Queensland Dam Company (QDC) will create new jobs in Townsville and implement the LNP’s plan for new dams and dam upgrades
LNP Leader Deb Frecklington is welcoming the formation of an industry group after significant delays from Labor on the Queensland cattle tick line review. “The LNP supports any action to improve biosecurity and help our farmers and graziers,” Ms Frecklington said. “Since the new cattle tick line was implemented in
New national training data released this week* has revealed Queensland apprentices and trainees are turning away from Labor’s training policy in droves. Queensland recorded the largest fall out of all east coast states with students in training decreasing by 0.6% year on year. LNP Shadow Minister for Training and Skills
Queensland farmers impacted by Labor’s proposed reef regulations have only been given two weeks to make a submission. The March 15 deadline for the sweeping on-farm reef regulations included in the Environmental Protection (Great Barrier Reef Protection Measures) and Other Amendment Bill 2019 isn’t fair. Shadow Minister for Agriculture Tony