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    Architects Amendment Bill 2009
    The Board of Architects of Queensland (the Board) administers the Architects Act 2002 (the Act). The Act regulates the registration of architects and the practice of architecture in Queensland. The Act has been in operation since 1 January 2003. The practice of architecture has been regulated in Queensland since 1928. The current provisions in the Act provide for a regulation to prescribe qualific

    Child Care and another act amendment bill 2010
    The Child Care and Another Act Amendment Bill 2010 (the Bill) will amend legislation administered by the Department of Education and Training (DET) to provide for the following matters: Child care services to keep log books of compliance history The Bill will amend the Child Care Act 2002 (the CCA) to introduce a requirement for the licensees of all licensed child care services (other than school

    Neighbourhood Disputes Resolution
    In May 2007, the Review of the Neighbourly Relations was launched. A discussion paper and online survey were released on the Dividing Fences Act 1953. In July 2008, two discussion papers were released entitled “Trees” and “Resolving neighbourhood disputes”. The consultation draft Neighbourhood Disputes Resolution Bill 2010places responsibility for the care and maintenance of a tree on a tree ow

    Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 1989
    Cabinet previously endorsed the ‘Queensland Government Strategy to Reduce Domestic and Family Violence 2009-2014’ (the Strategy) and approved the Terms of Reference for a review of the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 1989 (DFVPA). The Department of Communities is leading the review of the DFVPA to ensure that the Act supports the implementation of the Strategy and is effective and e

    Draft Water Resource (Baffle Creek Basin) Plan
    The Baffle Creek Basin is located south of Gladstone. The main towns in the basin are Agnes Water, Seventeen Seventy and Miriam Vale. The draft Baffle Creek Basin Water Resource Plan aims to provide a framework for the sustainable allocation and management of surface and overland flow water resources within the Baffle Creek Basin. The draft Plan will provide for: the protection of ecological asse

    Flying Start for Children Discussion Paper
    The discussion paper A flying start for Queensland children will be released on 2 February 2010 for public consultation on future directions in education for all Queensland schools. The discussion paper has three sections: Getting ready for school, including encouraging families to read to their children and enlisting an army of volunteer Queensland Ready Readers in primary schools; Getting rea

    mines and energy legislation
    The purpose of the Mines and Energy Legislation Amendment Bill 2010 (the Bill) is to: enhance safety and health measures in Queensland’s mining, explosives and gas industries; streamline and simplify processes to achieve savings for business and Government; and improve electricity retailer credit support arrangements and customer service obligations. Amendments proposed to the Mining and Quar

    Qld Ambulance Services Audit Final Report
    On 17 September 2007, the Queensland Government announced that a comprehensive audit of the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) would be undertaken. This decision was made due to concerns about the pressures on the QAS associated with escalating demand for ambulance services and the need to ensure that as many resources as possible were being directed to front line service delivery. The Audit was

    Response to Economic Development Committee Report No. 2
    Cabinet – February 2010 Queensland Government Response to Economic Development Committee Report Number 2 Treasurer and Minister for Employment and Economic Development The Queensland Parliament Economic Development Committee (the Committee) tabled its Report Number 2: Inquiry into identifying world’s best practice by governments to effectively stimulate employment opportunities in Queensland

    Quarterly Public Hospitals Performance Report - December 2009
    The Quarterly Public Hospitals Performance Report provides an overview of Queensland public hospitals including: inpatient activity, elective surgery waiting times, emergency department presentations and staffing. Hospital Activity During the December quarter 2009, there were 228,203 admitted patient episodes of care, a 3.7% increase from the same quarter of 2008. Elective Surgery Performance

    Significant Appointments - February 2010
    Cabinet considered and supported the following significant appointments. Name of Body Names of Appointees Term of Appointment  Treasurer and Minister for Employment and Economic Development  Queensland Treasury Corporation Capital Markets Board Mr Stephen Rochester (non-Executive Chair) Ms Marian Micalizzi Ms Shauna Tomkins 1 September to 30 June 2014 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2014  

    Amended State Financial Institutions and Metway Merger Act_1996
    The amendments to the State Financial Institutions and Metway Merger Facilitation Act 1996 (the Act) remove the requirement for directors of the Suncorp group of companies to be residents of Queensland (other than the managing director) as currently imposed under Part 6 of the Act. The amendments also remove and extinguish the State’s guarantee of all insurance and indemnity obligations by Suncorp

    Report back to SPER outstanding fine pool
    The State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) has been responsible for collecting and enforcing unpaid fines in Queensland since 2000. It provides debtors with a wide range of flexible payment options to facilitate compliance by debtors. SPER recovers court ordered fines, which are generally paid into consolidated revenue, and court ordered restitution or compensation which is paid to victims o

    Strengthening Adult Sentencing Regime
    The criminal justice system plays an important role in creating a safe community for Queenslanders. Equally as important is the need to ensure that people within the community also enjoy a sense of safety. The task of sentencing is complex and is one of the most difficult functions performed by the courts. It is vital that the Queensland community has confidence in the criminal sentencing process

    Surat Basin Future Directions
    Cabinet –February 2010 The Surat Basin Future Directions Statement Minister for Primary Industries, Fisheries and Rural and Regional Queensland Minister for Infrastructure and Planning Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy and Minister for Trade Energy resources in the Surat Basin are driving rapid development, which presents great economic development opportunities, but may also

    Tomorrows Regions Qld Govt Partnership with Regional Communities
    Tomorrow’s Regions represents a new model to guide the Queensland Government’s engagement with rural and regional Queensland. The model reflects three core principles: effective engagement; better partnerships; and regions influencing priorities. Implementation of this model will make a critical contribution to achieving the goals of Toward Q2: Tomorrow’s Queensland; goals which will only be achi

    Transport (Rail Safety) Bill 2010
    The Transport (Rail Safety) Bill 2010 (the Bill) forms part of a system of nationally consistent rail safety laws, based on the national model Rail Safety Bill 2006 (the model Bill). The Bill is designed on a co-regulatory approach, where responsibility for regulatory development, implementation and enforcement is shared between industry participants, industry associations and governments. The ob

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