Deb’s pledge to keep Sunny Coast kids cool

LNP Leader Deb Frecklington today promised parents, kids and teachers that she will air condition every state school classroom on the Sunshine Coast if she wins the next election. Ms Frecklington said every Queensland kid needed a comfortable environment to learn. “I want our kids to learn and thrive, but

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Labor cuts biosecurity staff

In a slap in the face for Queensland farmers, the Palaszczuk Labor Government has cut 40 frontline staff from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries since it came to government – including cuts to Biosecurity Queensland. In Bundaberg today, Liberal National Party Shadow Agriculture Minister Tony Perrett slammed the cuts

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Labor cuts push young people back to dole

Labor’s decision to axe the Back to Work program in Southeast Queensland is throwing vulnerable young people back on the dole, the Liberal National Party warned today. Shadow Employment Minister Fiona Simpson and Nicklin MP Marty Hunt spoke out while visiting a Sunshine Coast cafe where the jobs of two

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Labor’s heartless Grey Nomad Tax must go

Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington has written to Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk calling on her to immediately scrap Labor’s heartless Grey Nomad Tax. “This is a heartless tax. What makes it worse is that the Premier doesn’t even understand how it works or who she is hurting,” Ms Frecklington said.

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LNP to end Labor’s electricity divide

Household electricity bills in Townsville will be slashed by up to $300 in the Liberal National Party’s plan to end Labor’s electricity divide between the southeast and the rest of Queensland. On a visit to Townsville today, LNP Shadow Treasurer Tim Mander said the LNP’s energy policy would introduce competition

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LNP plan to bring down Cairns power bills

Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington plans to bring down Cairns power bills by $300 by breaking energy retailer Ergon’s stranglehold on household electricity supply. On a visit to Cairns today, Ms Frecklington said her energy policy would introduce desperately-needed competition to regional Queensland’s electricity market. “Households in Cairns deserve

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