A program aimed at getting teenagers with autism more active and involved in organised sport is part of a new initiative funded by the Federal Government.
The JobKeeper program and the Coronavirus Supplement have been extended to continue supporting affected businesses and households in the Hinkler electorate.
A national campaign has been launched to support the recovery of Australia’s small businesses by calling on all Australians to ‘Go Local First’.
Five ex-service organisations (ESOs) and other veteran groups in Hinkler – which provide advocacy services to veterans and their families – will share in more than $161,000 as part of the Governments Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) grants program.
Bundaberg RSL Sub-Branch will host a commemorative event for the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific in August thanks to funding from the Australian Government’s Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program.
Australian men with prostate cancer and their families in Bundaberg and Hervey Bay will benefit from an expansion of the Australian Government’s Prostate Cancer Nurses Program.
A world-class company with experience overseeing multiple shopping centre and entertainment precinct projects in regional Queensland and significant commercial building developments in Brisbane will manage the delivery of a number of projects on the Fraser Coast under the Hinkler Regional Deal.
Free online information sessions will offer residents the chance to explore current progress on the Hinkler Regional Deal, which is transforming the Bundaberg and Hervey Bay regions.
The Morrison Government is investing $24.2 million to reduce wait times and fast track access to mental health services for young people aged 12–25 seeking headspace appointments.
A new local infrastructure project and a community event will receive a financial boost as part of a $207 million investment under Round 4 of the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s highly successful Building Better Regions Fund.
Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt has welcomed today’s HomeBuilder program aimed at boosting the construction industry.
News Corp’s decision to stop printing a large number of newspapers right across the country, including regional Queensland, will have a long-lasting impact on regional journalism.
Drought-affected communities across the Wide Bay-Burnett region will receive Australian Government support in their battle to control pest animals and weeds.
An extension to working holiday maker and other visas will help local producers and businesses continue to operate and get their crops off.
An initiative to help the agriculture and fisheries sector get their product back into key export markets will give local businesses an economic shot in the arm.
Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt is urging anyone looking for information or advice about the support measures in response to the coronavirus to visit www.australia.gov.au.
Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt is urging residents to support local producers and businesses amid the coronavirus.