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    Advance Queensland 10-Year Roadmap for the Screen Industry consultation paper
    Queensland has a strong and growing domestic screen production sector supported by a highly-skilled workforce and producing high quality, culturally valuable content across a range of screen platforms. In recent years, Queensland Government investment in world-class infrastructure and the attraction of international blockbusters to the state has further strengthened and developed the industry. The

    Queensland Government response to Queensland Productivity Commission Final Report on Manufacturing in Queensland
    In September 2016, the then Treasurer, as the responsible minister, directed the Queensland Productivity Commission (QPC) to conduct an inquiry into Queensland manufacturing with the objective of developing policy options to improve the productivity and competitiveness of the sector. QPC issued its Final Report on Manufacturing in Queensland to the then Treasurer in October 2017. The final report

    Agriculture and Food Research Development and Extension 10 Year Roadmap and Action Plan
    Under the Food and Fibre Plan for agriculture the Government committed to develop a 10-year research and development (R&D) blueprint for agriculture and food to enhance scientific collaboration within the State, ensure R&D is aligned with emerging opportunities and seek new and imaginative ways to attract new funds. A Discussion Paper released in June 2017 was the subject of extensive consultation

    Queensland Drones Strategy
    The Queensland Government recognises the potential for economic growth and jobs 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 inc

    Advance Queensland Screen Industry 10-year Roadmap and Action Plan
    Queensland has a strong and growing domestic screen industry with an increasing international presence. This is supported by a high level of creative and technical expertise, the production of rich content across a range of genres and platforms, and investment in world-class infrastructure. A consultation draft of the Advance Queensland 10-Year Roadmap for the Screen Industry (the Roadmap) was rel

    Queensland Defence Industries and Queensland Aerospace Roadmaps and Action Plans
    Growing Queensland’s biofutures; advanced manufacturing; defence; aerospace; biomedical; and mining equipment, technology and services sectors is a priority for the Queensland Government. These sectors have global growth potential and present a significant opportunity to advance Queensland’s economic prosperity. The Queensland Defence Industries 10-Year Roadmap and Action Plan and the Queensland

    Implementing a Queensland Waste Disposal Levy
    On 20 March 2018, the Queensland Government announced it would develop a comprehensive waste and recycling strategy for Queensland underpinned by a waste disposal levy. The strategy is being developed following the investigation into the transport of waste into Queensland, led by Justice Peter Lyons QC, completed in 2017. A Directions Paper has been developed that outlines the directions for Queen

    Appointments to Defence Industry Advisory Council and North and South Queensland Advisory Boards
    The Queensland Defence Industries 10-Year Roadmap and Action Plan establishes a clear vision for the industry, and strategies for accelerating the pace of growth, unlocking new opportunities, and creating the high-value, knowledge-based jobs for tomorrow. A priority in the roadmap is to establish the North Queensland Defence Advisory Board to identify industry sector needs and supply chain opportu

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    12 May, 2016

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