The Palaszczuk Government is preparing to hit Queenslanders with yet another stealth tax, Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington warned today. In Parliament today Labor again couldn’t give a straight answer when the LNP asked if a new waste levy was coming,” Ms Frecklington said. “A new waste levy will
Community crime-fighting in Queensland will be crippled by the Palaszczuk Government’s massive 85 per cent cut in funding for Neighbourhood Watch. Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington said she was appalled that funding for the state’s 400 Neighbourhood Watch groups was being slashed from $500,000 a year to just $75,000.
Tonight in State Parliament, I called on Annastacia Palaszczuk to adopt the LNP’s real time fuel price monitoring policy. Labor continued to rip off Queenslanders, not supporting the LNP’s motion on real time fuel pricing. It was also disappointing to see Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party vote against real action
Queenslanders are missing out on new nurses, new schools and additional frontline police officers because of ICT budget blowouts under Annastacia Palaszczuk. This Labor Government has overseen ICT blowouts totalling to more than a quarter of a billion dollars. Two hundred and fifty million dollars could have funded more than
Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington has said Queenslanders forced to install compulsory smart meters shouldn’t have to pay more for electricity. “A Government I lead wouldn’t charge Queenslanders more for a compulsory Government program,” Ms Frecklington said. “Household’s shouldn’t be $100 a year worse off for a compulsory smart
Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington kicked off her “War on Labor Taxes” campaign today with a visit to Followmont Transport, Queensland’s largest family-owned transport company. Ms Frecklington said she will fight Labor’s half-a-billion tax grab across Queensland from now until the State Budget in June. “Annastacia Palaszczuk unveiled four new taxes