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    Appointment of member of Queensland Independent Remuneration Tribunal
    The Queensland Independent Remuneration Tribunal Act 2013 establishes the Queensland Independent Remuneration Tribunal. The functions of the Queensland Independent Remuneration Tribunal include to review and make determinations about remuneration in connection with members and former members of the Legislative Assembly in Queensland. Cabinet approved that Mr Walter Tutt be recommended to the Gove

    Appointment of member of Queensland Theatre Company
    The Queensland Theatre Company is established under the Queensland Theatre Company Act 1970 (the Act). Under the Act, the Queensland Theatre Company functions are: to promote and encourage the development and presentation, public interest, participation, understanding and appreciation of the arts of the theatre; to produce, present and manage plays and other forms of theatre and entertainment; t

    Appointment of Director of Screen Queensland
    Screen Queensland is a Proprietary Company Limited by Shares, with the State of Queensland as the sole shareholder. The company’s constitution sets out the objects of the company: to increase the level of film and television production in Queensland; to develop and maintain a creative infrastructure in Queensland for the film and television production industry; to develop and maintain an active

    Bushfire Season Outlook
    The State Natural Hazard Risk Assessment recognises bushfire as one of the natural hazard risk priorities for 2017, with bushfire a frequently occurring event in Queensland. The 2017-18 bushfire season in Queensland is expected to be challenging, with seasonal weather conditions being much drier and warmer than average. To prepare for the bushfire season, Operation Cool Burn focusses on mitigatio

    Update on economic conditions and key achievements in the Toowoomba region
    The economy of the Toowoomba region is dominated by: health care and social assistance; education and training, retail trade; agriculture, forestry and fishing and construction sectors. To support regional economic growth, the Government is leading or helping facilitate progress on projects that include key transport and infrastructure upgrades, school and hospital upgrades, and initiatives aimed

    Update on economic conditions and key issues in the Wide Bay region
    The economy of the Wide Bay region is dominated by: health care and social assistance; retail trade; agriculture, forestry and fishing; accommodation and food services; and education and training. There are increasing tourist numbers in the region and the Queensland Government has recently approved progression of key mining and energy projects. The Wide Bay region is also the location for the Que

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    12 May, 2016

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