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    Q-Tropics - Tropical Expertise - innovations for Queenslands future
    For the industry sectors of health, environmental management, primary industries and tropical living, the Q-Tropics – Tropical Expertise – innovations for Queensland’s future: Queensland Tropical Expertise Strategy 2008-2012 (the Q-Tropics Strategy) focuses on growing, commercialising and exporting Queensland’s tropical expertise through: establishing northern Queensland as a global region for tro

    Information and Communication Technology for Tomorrows Queensland 2009-2012
    The Information and Communication Technology for Tomorrow’s Queensland: 2009-2012 industry development strategy reinforces the Government’s commitment to the Queensland Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry. The Strategy focuses on growing industry in a low carbon world, sustaining and creating employment, increasing research and development, internationalising Queensland’s

    Biobased Industrial Products Sector Discussion Paper
    The bio-based industrial products sector is emerging worldwide as a growing and increasingly valuable and viable industry. Its development is being driven by the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the quest to achieve a level of energy independence and declining mineral oil resources. Queensland has the potential to become a leading producer of bio-based industrial products and technologies

    Update of the Accelerated Planning Initiative
    The State Government in 2006 initiated, under the banner of the Accelerated Planning Initiative (API), a set of cross-agency policy initiatives to provide a regulatory management regime to manage existing high impact industries, and establish best practice standards for new operations. The API consisted of eight cross-agency projects with implementation overseen by the API Steering Committee. M

    Queensland Electric Vehicle Roadmap
    Electric vehicles (EVs) are internationally recognised as an important emerging technology for reducing road transport emissions, improving domestic energy security and supporting clean-tech industry development. The arrival of EVs presents a number of issues and opportunities for Queensland including: Environmental impacts of EVs; Impacts to Energy Generation and Electricity Transmission and Dist

    Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Blueprint
    The first “Blueprint for Queensland’s LNG Industry” was released in September 2009. This Blueprint provided a framework for developing an LNG industry in Queensland. The new LNG Blueprint informs the community and industry of progressive Government initiatives to achieve a sustainable LNG Industry and a balance between the new LNG industry and the continuation of the agricultural industry. The

    Queensland Chief Scientist Annual Report 2010
    The Queensland Chief Scientist Annual Report 2010 is the final report provided by Professor Peter Andrews as Queensland Chief Scientist. The Report outlines the effectiveness of the Government’s investment in research and development (R&D) to date and makes three recommendations with regard to the future: Make balanced investments in R&D infrastructure. Make focussed investments in R&D projects li

    Qld Industry Participation Bill 2010
    The principle of promoting participation by capable, competitive companies in major Government-funded construction, infrastructure, resource and capital asset investment projects in the State has been the main thrust of the Queensland Government’s existing Local Industry Policy - a fair go for local industry (LIP) since its introduction in December 1999 and its revision in 2007. This has been re

    Management arrangements for the Inshore Fin Fish Fishery
    The Gulf of Carpentaria Inshore Fin Fish Fishery (the Fishery) is a multi-species fishery operating in Queensland waters west of Cape York comprising a commercial inshore net fishery, a commercial offshore net fishery, a commercial line fishery, commercial bait netting, recreational fishing, Indigenous fishing charter boat fishing. The Fishery is managed under the Queensland Fisheries Act 1994, F

    Appt to the Board of the Building Construction Industry Training Fund
    The Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (BCITF) was established as the Centre of Excellence for the building and construction industry in July 2007. The Centre of Excellence represents a partnership model between industry and government to address skills and workforce development needs within the industry. The BCITF now trades as Construction Skills Queensland with funds generated by

    Environmental Protection (Greentape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012
    The Greentape Reduction project commenced in 2010 with the aim to reform the licensing application and assessment process under the Environmental Protection Act 1994 to reduce costs for industry and government, uphold environmental standards for the community, and overall improve service delivery outcomes. The project rebuilds the approval processes for environmental licensing under the Environme

    Reappointment of Directors to the Board of BioPharmaceuticals Australia (Network) Pty Ltd
    BioPharmaceuticals Australia (Network) Pty Ltd is a proprietary company, limited by shares, with the sole member being the State of Queensland The company was formed in 2007 to achieve ten specific objectives, relating to the planning, coordination (including the securing of public and private sector funding), promotion, and providing the assistance required to establish a biopharmaceutical manufa

    Commercial Arbitration Bill 2012
    Arbitration is a formal dispute resolution process in which two or more parties refer their dispute to an independent third person (the arbitrator) for determination. The result of the arbitration, known as the award, is enforceable in the same manner as a court judgment. The Commercial Arbitration Act 1990 currently governs domestic commercial arbitrations in Queensland. The Act, which is one o

    Appointment Industry and Manufacturing Advisory Group
    The government committed to the establishment of a voluntary Industry and Manufacturing Advisory Group (IMAG), as outlined in the Working Queensland: Labor’s jobs plan. The IMAG would provide high-level industry advice on strategic matters in relation to building and promoting industry and manufacturing in Queensland to help drive economic, regional and employment growth throughout the state. T

    Appointment Board of BioPharmaceuticals Australia Pty Ltd
    BioPharmaceuticals Australia (Network) Pty Ltd is a proprietary company, limited by shares, with the sole shareholder being the Minister for Housing and Public Works and Minister for Science and Innovation. The company was formed in 2007 to achieve ten specific objectives relating to the planning, coordination, financing and promotion required to establish a biopharmaceutical manufacturing capabil

    Queensland Advanced Manufacturing 10 year Roadmap and Action Plan
    The Queensland Government is developing 10-year roadmaps and action plans for priority industry sectors focused on creating jobs for today and into the future. Six priority industry sectors – biofutures; advanced manufacturing; defence; aerospace; biomedical and life sciences; and mining equipment, technology and services – are identified as having global growth potential and opportunities for Que

    Advancing Small Business Queensland Strategy 2016-2020
    Small business is vital to Queensland’s economic prosperity. Small businesses are in every community and are the backbone of our regions. In Queensland, 97 per cent of all businesses are small, they employ around 43 per cent of the private sector workforce and their contribution to the Gross State Product (GSP) is estimated at over $100 billion. The Advancing Small Business Queensland Strategy 201

    Queensland Drones Strategy Consultation Paper
    The Queensland Government recognises the potential for economic growth and job creation arising from the global drone industry. Queensland has an established industry presence in the use, design and manufacture of drones. More than 30 per cent of Australia’s growing drone industry is located in Queensland. It is expected that almost three million drones will be produced in 2017, a 39 per cent in

    Jobs Queensland - Advancing Manufacturing Skills - Skills Training and Workforce Development Strategy
    Jobs Queensland’s (JQ) Advancing Manufacturing Skills: A Skills, Training and Workforce Development Strategy for the Manufacturing Industry in Queensland (the strategy) has been developed as part of the Queensland Advanced Manufacturing 10-Year Roadmap and Action Plan. The strategy identifies the opportunities and challenges within Queensland’s manufacturing industry, and outlines how the dynamic

    Christmas Eve Part Day Public Holiday Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement
    Observing Christmas Eve as a part-day public holiday would activate public holiday provisions under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cwth), the Industrial Relations Act 2016 and industrial instruments. This would entitle employees who work between 6pm and 12 midnight on Christmas Eve to receive public holiday penalty rates. A part-day public holiday on Christmas Eve would provide respite for workers follo

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    12 May, 2016

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