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    Racing and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012
    The Government’s Six Month Action Plan includes amending the Racing Act 2002 to establish a new racing industry structure. The Bill implements the Government’s Six Month Action Plan by removing Racing Queensland Limited as the control body for the thoroughbred, harness and greyhound codes of racing and establishing the Queensland All Codes Racing Industry Board (all-codes board) as well as three

    Extension of appointment of Trustees of Parklands Gold Coast
    The Parklands Gold Coast venue is located at Southport and is managed by the Trustees of Parklands Gold Coast (the Trust). The venue is used as a harness racing venue and for a number of community, entertainment and recreational purposes, including the annual Gold Coast Show and the ‘Big Day Out’ event. Mr John (Jim) Callaghan (chairperson), Mr John Howe and Ms Susan Forrester were appointed as t

    Appointments to the Racing Disciplinary Board
    The government made election commitments under its ‘Rejuvenating Queensland Racing’ policy and in its Six Month Action Plan, amongst other things, to transfer appropriate racing integrity functions to government, to be paid for by the industry, including the establishment of a Racing Disciplinary Board (the disciplinary board). To address criticisms of there being no independent appeal mechanisms

    Appointments to Qld Racing Industry Boards Thoroughbred Harness Greyhound All Codes
    The Government made election commitments under its ‘Rejuvenating Queensland Racing’ policy and in its Six Month Action Plan to remove Racing Queensland Limited (RQL) as the control body for racing and establish an overarching Queensland All Codes Racing Industry Board (all-codes board), as well as establishing separate control boards for each code of racing. The primary function of the all-codes b

    Appointment to Racing Disciplinary Board
    The Government made election commitments under its ‘Rejuvenating Queensland Racing’ policy and in its Six Month Action Plan to, amongst other things, transfer appropriate racing integrity functions to Government, to be paid for by the industry, including the establishment of a Racing Disciplinary Board (the disciplinary board). To address criticisms of there being no independent appeal mechanisms

    Appointment Racing Integrity Commissioner
    The Government made election commitments under its ‘Rejuvenating Queensland Racing’ policy and in its Six Month Action Plan to, amongst other things, transfer appropriate racing integrity functions to Government, to be paid for by the industry, including the establishment of the new position of Racing Integrity Commissioner. The Commissioner will provide independent oversight of integrity issues a

    Appointments Racing Boards
    The government made election commitments under its ‘Rejuvenating Queensland Racing’ policy and in its Six Month Action Plan to remove Racing Queensland Limited (RQL) as the control body for racing and establish an overarching Queensland All Codes Racing Industry Board (all-codes board), as well as establishing separate control boards for each code of racing. The primary function of the all-codes b

    Legislation (Declaration) Amendment Bill 2016
    The Legislation (Declaration) Amendment Bill 2016 validates the Mental Health Act 2016 and the Racing Integrity Act 2016 and, in particular, validates the assent given to both Acts. The Bill is required because the Acts as assented to differ from the Acts as passed by the Legislative Assembly. The difference is the result of administrative errors made in the Acts presented for assent. Cabinet app

    Racing Integrity Bill 2015
    The Racing Integrity Bill 2015: establishes the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission and allows for the appointment of a full-time Racing Integrity Commissioner under the proposed Racing Integrity Act. amends the Racing Act 2002 to allow for a new seven member, Racing Queensland Board, and repeals the control boards, the Racing Animal Welfare and Integrity Board and the Racing Disciplinary Board

    Appointments of Racing Integrity Commissioner and Racing Disciplinary Board
    The Racing Integrity Commissioner is responsible for ensuring the effective and efficient administration and operation of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission and the performance of its functions. The Racing Disciplinary Board hears and determines appeals by aggrieved persons against appellable decisions of a racing control body and refers appeals to the Queensland Civil and Administrative

    Appointment of Chief Executive Officer Racing Queensland Board
    The Racing Queensland Board is the control body for thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing in Queensland and acts in the best interests of these codes. The Board identifies and responds to the industry’s strategic issues, identifies priorities for major capital expenditure and works collaboratively with the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission to ensure the integrity of racing in Queensland

    Appointments to the Racing Queensland Board
    The Racing Queensland Board is the control body for thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing in Queensland and acts in the best interests of these codes. The Board identifies and responds to the industry’s strategic issues, identifies priorities for major capital expenditure and works collaboratively with the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission to ensure the integrity of racing in Queensland.

    Appointments to Queensland Racing Boards
    The Queensland All Codes Racing Industry Board (QACRIB) is responsible for the good management of the racing industry in Queensland, including thoroughbred racing, harness racing and greyhound racing. The Racing Act 2002 provides that the QACRIB includes among its members, the chairpersons of the Queensland Thoroughbred Racing Board, the Queensland Harness Racing Board and the Queensland Greyhound

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    12 May, 2016

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