State and Federal representatives are calling on Member for Keppel Brittany Lauga to apologise to pensioners in Queensland over false claims she made publicly regarding the cashless debit card in the Queensland Legislative Assembly and on social media.
Senior Australians in Hervey Bay can now access the aged care system more easily with the new My Aged Care face-to-face services being rolled out in the region.
The intersection of Goodwood Road and Woodgate Road will receive a safety upgrade thanks to a funding boost from the Coalition Government.
Expressions of interest are now open for a grants program to honour the legacy of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and her 70 years of service to Australia and the Commonwealth.
Denmans Camp Road between Boundary Road and Cupania Way in Hervey Bay will be closed for a fortnight as work on a major new east-west road connection moves to the next stage.
The Australian Government has provided funding to local community projects in the Hinkler electorate under the Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants program.
The Liberal and Nationals Government will deliver up to $600 million in funding to restore Paradise Dam to its full capacity, securing the Bundaberg region’s water future and helping local farmers bounce back.
Media Statement: Financial Assistance Grants
Once again, the Queensland State Labor Government is too busy with its own internal issues to address the concerns of local councils on the change to the formula used to distribute Financial Assistance Grants.
Media Statement: Paradise Dam
I welcome the funding commitment by the Queensland Government to fix Paradise Dam, which follows two years of delays and excuses about why they said it couldn’t be done.
It is no coincidence that the announcement comes in the middle of an integrity crisis surrounding the Queensland Labor Government.
From today, Bundaberg seniors and their families can access a new face-to-face service dedicated to supporting them to access and navigate the aged care system.
Eligible students from regional and remote Australia can apply now for scholarships worth up to $18,000 to support their tertiary education in 2022.
The Bundaberg Small Bore Rifle Club has its sights set on securing more state-wide and interstate competitions now an upgrade to the clubhouse has been complete.
Extraordinary assistance grants of up to $50,000 are now available for primary producers, small businesses and non-profit organisations affected by the recent floods in the Wide Bay-Burnett region to help communities get back on their feet.
GP clinics in Hervey Bay can now recruit overseas trained doctors and bonded medical practitioners, after the region successfully campaigned to have its Distribution Priority Area (DPA) status reviewed.
A range of disaster assistance measures are now available in Hinkler following the devastating heavy rainfall and flooding associated with ex-Tropical Cyclone Seth from 7 – 10 January 2022.
From tomorrow, residents in Hinkler impacted by the current flooding event can apply for financial support from the Australian Government.
Applications are open now for the Remote Roads Upgrade Pilot Program paving the way for much-needed upgrades to some of Australia’s forgotten roads.
Submissions are now open for Australians to have their say on the toxic material on social media platforms and the dangers this poses to the well-being of Australian children.