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Airport Assets (Restructuring and Disposal) Bill 2008
In April 2008, the Government announced the divestment of its interest in Cairns and Mackay Airports, together with its shareholding in Brisbane Airport. The Government intends to apply the funds realised from the divestment of the Cairns and Mackay Airports towards new health and other regional infrastructure in North Queensland. The Airport Assets (Restructuring and Disposal) Bill will facil

Qld Training Assets Management Authority Bill 2014
The Government is reforming the provision of vocational education and training (VET) services in the State. That reform process follows recommendations made by the Queensland Skills and Training Taskforce and the Independent Commission of Audit. The transfer of State VET assets to a specialist management entity is part of the Government’s VET reforms, and is intended to: allow TAFE Queensland a

Consultation on Ten Year Strategic Training Asset Management Plan
The vocational, education and training (VET) sector has undergone significant changes in recent years and will continue to contribute to the economic growth of Queensland. Recognising that state-owned training assets will continue to play a vital role in facilitating VET delivery, the Government is developing a ten year Strategic Training Asset Management Plan (STAMP) to maximise the training and

Queensland Veterans Council Bill 2021
Anzac Square was dedicated on Remembrance Day 1930 as the State’s war memorial. It is on Crown land reserved under the Land Act 1994 for the purposes of historical and parks and cultural purposes and is listed on the Queensland Heritage Register. The governance arrangements for Anzac Square have been reviewed, taking into account the importance of Anzac Square as the State’s war memorial, the expa

Queensland Future Fund (Titles Registry)
The Queensland Future Fund Act 2020 established the Queensland Future Fund and its first sub-fund, the Debt Retirement Fund (DRF). The DRF will be managed by QIC Limited (QIC) and structured to act as an offset against State debt by credit rating agencies when they assess Queensland’s debt burden. In September 2020, the COVID-19 Fiscal and Economic Review (CFER) recognised a $5.67 billion contri