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    Annual progress on Advancing North Queensland – Five Priority Areas
    In June 2016, the Queensland government endorsed Advancing North Queensland – Investing in the Future of the North, which outlines actions dedicated to growing the North Queensland (NQ) economy, with efforts focussed on five priority areas: roads infrastructure water and energy security research and innovation tourism, trade and investment North Queensland Stadium Under this plan, the Governmen

    Update on economic conditions and key issues in Cairns region
    The Cairns regional economy is fairly diversified, with economic activity driven by a range of industries. The largest economic sectors in the Cairns region are retail trade, health care and social assistance, public administration and safety, education and training, and construction. The Queensland Government announced a number of significant initiatives for the broader Far North Queensland regio

    Update on economic conditions and key issues in Gold Coast region
    The Gold Coast economy is fairly diversified, with economic activity driven by a range of industries. The largest economic sectors in the Gold Coast region are the health care and social assistance, construction, retail, accommodation and food services (tourism), and professional, scientific and technical services sectors. The Government announced a number of significant initiatives for the Gold C

    Councillor Complaints Review Report
    In 2016, the Queensland Government announced the appointment of an independent panel to review arrangements for dealing with complaints about the conduct of local government councillors. The review was commissioned to examine and evaluate the effectiveness of the current councillor conduct complaints system to ensure that councillors are held to high standards of ethical and legal behaviour. The

    Discussion Paper on expanding patient safety and quality reporting across Queenslands health system
    In June 2017, the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services announced the intention to consult with the community and key stakeholders about expanding the public reporting of patient safety in Queensland. . Evidence from both Australia and international jurisdictions continues to confirm that the safest hospitals which provide the highest quality of care to patients are those that ha

    Report on efficacy and utilisation of Townsville youth residential rehabilitation units and family accommodation
    On 21 April 2015, Government announced funding of $11.8 million (over four years) to establish two, four bed youth residential and rehabilitation units (YRRUs) and family accommodation in Townsville. The two YRRUs opened in January and March 2016 to provide clinical and psychosocial support to a young person aged 16-21 years with severe, complex and persistent mental illness medium to long term

    DIGITAL1ST Advancing our Digital Future - the Queensland Government Digital Strategy for 2017 to 2021
    The Queensland Government is focussed on becoming a leader in digital government services. DIGITAL1ST: Advancing our digital future is the Queensland Government’s digital strategy for 2017 to 2021. Through a co-design process with community, industry, academia and government stakeholders, a digital strategy has been put forward as a contemporary way to provide an overarching framework for Governm

    Education (Overseas Students) Bill 2017
    The Education (Overseas Student) Bill 2017: repeals the Education (Overseas Students) Act 1996 and provides for new legislation to regulate providers of courses to overseas students, which better aligns with Queensland’s responsibilities under the cooperative model of shared responsibility between the Australian and Queensland government; provides a new legislative framework for the regulation of

    Appointment of members to Griffith University Council
    The Griffith University Council (the Council) is the governing body of the University established by the Griffith University Act 1998 (the Act). Section 5 of the Act outlines the functions of the University which generally provides for education at university standard and courses of study or instruction (at the levels of achievement the Council considers appropriate) to meet the needs of the commu

    South East Queensland Regional Plan 2017 and amendments to the Planning Regulation 2017
    The Queensland Government has reviewed the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031 and associated regulatory provisions to take into account changes in the region, revised growth, population and employment projections and evolving government policies. Under the Planning Act 2016, as commenced on 3 July 2017, the regulatory provisions to support the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2017 (S

    Queensland Cycling Strategy 2017-2027
    In 2011, the Queensland Cycle Strategy 2011–2021 was launched, replacing the 2003 strategy, and outlining the then Queensland Government’s policy direction, priorities and specific actions to achieve a vision of ‘more cycling, more often on safe, direct and connected routes’. The Queensland Cycling Strategy 2017–2027 carries forward the Queensland Government’s vision of ‘more cycling, more often’

    Queensland Mining Equipment, Technology and Services 10-Year Roadmap and Action Plan
    Growing Queensland’s mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sectors is a priority for the Queensland Government. This sector has global growth potential and presents a significant opportunity to advance Queensland’s economic prosperity. The Queensland METS 10-Year Roadmap and Action Plan aims to grow the METS sector in this state to create the innovative, profitable and environmentally s

    Better procurement to deliver local employment, economic, social and environmental outcomes
    By enhancing procurement policy and practice, the Queensland Government can provide the required goods and services needed for the delivery of frontline services, while also supporting genuine jobs for the community, improving regional growth, stimulating innovation, and achieving environmental and social outcomes. The Queensland Government Procurement Strategy outlines the government’s vision for

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    12 May, 2016

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