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    Events review
    The events industry in Queensland is diverse and complex with various players involved in optimising event opportunities for the state. These range from Queensland Government departments and agencies such as QEC and Stadiums Queensland, local councils, event organisers, sporting bodies, conference organisers and convention bureaus. An external review was commissioned to examine the events industr

    Major Sports Facilities Amendment Bill 2011
    The Major Sports Facility Act 2001 governs the use of major stadiums in Queensland including Suncorp Stadium. Condition 42 of the Suncorp Stadium Development Approval limits the number of sporting events at the stadium with crowds exceeding 25,000 to 24 per annum. There have been 20 major sporting events (that is, with crowds exceeding 25,000) at Suncorp Stadium as at August 2011. Unprecedented su

    Tourism Queensland and Events Queensland Appointments
    Tourism Queensland is a statutory body established under the Tourism Queensland Act 1979. It promotes and markets Queensland tourism domestically and overseas. Events Queensland is a propriety limited company established in 1989 to support and develop events that are capable of generating sustainable economic activity by attracting visitors from interstate and overseas. Cabinet endorsed that the

    Appointment and Remuneration of the chief executive officer and members of the Board of Tourism and Events Queensland
    The Tourism and Events Queensland Act 2012 (the Act) commenced on 11 December 2012. The Act transferred the assets and liabilities of Events Queensland to Tourism Queensland; continued Tourism Queensland in existence as Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ); and implemented new governance arrangements and structure for TEQ. The Act establishes a Board for TEQ with responsibility for ensuring TEQ pe

    Appt of Chairperson to the Corporation of TQ and Events Qld
    Tourism Queensland is a statutory body established under the Tourism Queensland Act 1979. It promotes and markets Queensland tourism domestically and overseas. Events Queensland is a propriety limited company established in 1989 to support and develop events that are capable of generating sustainable economic activity by attracting visitors from interstate and overseas. Cabinet approved that Mr S

    Tourism and Events Queensland Bill 2012
    Tourism Queensland is a statutory body established under the Tourism Queensland Act 1979 (the Act). It promotes and markets Queensland tourism domestically and overseas. Events Queensland is a propriety limited company established in 1989 to support and develop events that are capable of generating sustainable economic activity by attracting visitors from interstate and overseas. The Bill repeals

    Embracing our Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Legacy
    The Government’s strategic objectives for hosting the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) are to: demonstrate Queensland’s ability to deliver a successful, inspiring and memorable international event leverage the Commonwealth Games to derive economic benefits and develop local business and workforce capability maximise long term community, sport and health benefits from the GC2018 streng

    Major Events Bill 2014
    The purpose of the Major Events Bill 2014 is to facilitate major events being held in Queensland. Major events legislation is desirable as major events are a significant contributor to Queensland’s economy. They attract both business investment and visitors to the state. Most other Australian States have major events legislation in place. Major events legislation will put Queensland on equal foot

    Police Powers and Responsibilities (Commonwealth Games) Amendment Bill 2017
    The 2018 Commonwealth Games (the Games) are to be hosted on the Gold Coast between 4 and 15 April 2018 with events also being held in Brisbane, Cairns and Townsville. The Queensland Police Service is partnering with the Office of the Commonwealth Games and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation to plan and deliver the security and public safety response for the Games. A regulation und

    Major Sports Facilities and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016
    The Major Sports Facilities Act 2001 (the Act) provides a process by which events are ‘declared’ for the purpose of regulating advertising near event venues. The Act enables the regulation of advertising to protect event sponsors from unauthorised advertising by rival businesses that have not contributed to an event. The capacity to protect events and sponsors from unauthorised advertising makes v

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    12 May, 2016

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