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    Child Protection and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2010
    The Child Protection and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2010 amends the Child Protection Act 1999 and a number of other Acts, including amendments to achieve the policy intent of the Criminal History Screening Legislation Amendment Act 2010. The Child Protection and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2010 includes amendments to enable information sharing for the Helping Out Families initiative, and contains o

    Disaster_Management_Amendment_Bill_2010
    The Department of Community Safety commissioned a review of disaster management arrangements in Queensland by independent consultants. The consultants recommended that the Disaster Management Act 2003 be amended to improve the operation of disaster management in Queensland. The Disaster Management and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2010 contains a number of amendments to the Disaster Management

    Manufactured_Homes_Residential_Parks_Amendment_Bill_2010
    This submission proposes the introduction of the Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Amendment Bill 2010 (the Bill) which addresses issues identified during a review of the Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Act 2003 (the Act). The Act provides for the positioning and occupancy of manufactured homes in residential parks. The main object of the Act is to regulate and promote fair trading

    Govt Resp to Private Members Bill Daylight Saving in SEQ Referendum
    The Member for Nicklin, Mr Peter Wellington MP, introduced the Daylight Saving for South East Queensland Referendum Bill 2010 in 14 April 2010. The Explanatory Notes to the Bill state the purpose of the Bill is to provide for a Daylight Saving Zone, to operate from the first Sunday in October to the first Sunday in April, for the South East Queensland areas of: Brisbane City Council Ipswich City C

    Qld Counter Terrorism Ctte Ann Rep 2009
    The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee provides the forum for counter terrorism coordination and information sharing amongst Queensland agencies. The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee’s Annual Report 2009 reports on activities undertaken by Queensland Government agencies to implement the Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy 2008-10 to strengthen counter-terrorism capabilities and arrang

    Queensland Government response to violence against women and their children
    The draft National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children (2010-2022) (National Plan) sets out a framework over the next 12 years for the Australian, State and Territory governments and the non-government sector to work together to reduce violence. The National Plan, over 12 years, is built around six supporting outcomes and 59 actions in its first three-year Action Plan that c

    RIS - Rocky Reef Fin Fish Fishery
    The Rocky Reef Fin Fish Fishery includes three key species – snapper, pearl perch and teraglin. The key species are primarily caught offshore near rocky reef and inter-reefal habitats down to a depth of 200m from Bundaberg to the New South Wales border; although snapper are found as far north as Mackay. The fishery is managed under the Fisheries Act 1994 and the Fisheries Regulation 2008. The key

    Significant Appointments - June 2010
    Cabinet considered and supported the following significant appointments. Name of Body Names of Appointees Term of Appointment  Deputy Premier and Minister for Health  Chiropractors Panel of Assessors Kenneth John Lorme Anthony Peake Williams Mark Graham Pickford John Anthony Hinwood Paul John Ryan Keith Harvey Charlton Scott Thomas Charlton Samantha Jane Culley Felicity Jane Gundelach Joh

    Temporary confiscation powers
    Principals and teachers in both State and non-State schools have the power to temporarily confiscate property. For State schools, this is an inherent power based on obligations under the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 regarding school management and a common law duty owed to students. For non-State schools the inherent power at common law is also supported by contractual rights. Current

    Toward Q2 through ICT Strategy
    Released in September 2009, Toward Q2 through ICT 2009–2014 – the Queensland Government’s strategy for government ICT (Toward Q2 through ICT Strategy) is the Queensland Government’s five year strategy for government information and communication technology (ICT). The Strategy comprises four key focus areas: accessible government, efficient government, effective government and a strong industry/g

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    12 May, 2016

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