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    Heavy Vehicle National Law and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018
    The Bill amends the Heavy Vehicle National Law Act 2012 (HVNL) to improve safety and productivity in the heavy vehicle transport industry, and amends Queensland transport laws to improve road safety, clarify duties of drivers involved in crashes and to improve the customer experience for learner licence applicants. The HVNL amendments are part of an ongoing national review and maintenance process.

    Action on Ice - Queensland Government plan to address use and harms caused by crystal methamphetamine
    Crystal methamphetamine (ice) has a significant adverse impact across many Queensland communities. The increasing prevalence of ice use, disproportionate levels of harm it can cause, and the involvement of organised crime in the production, supply and distribution of ice all mean that a coordinated government response is needed to tackle this growing problem. A draft Action on ice plan formed the

    Lapsed Legislation for Re-Introduction into Legislative Assembly
    When the election was called on 29 October 2017, the Parliament was dissolved by proclamation of the Governor. The dissolution has significant effects on the Parliament as follows: All business on the Notice Paper including Government Bills, Private Members Bills and Questions On Notice lapse; All notices of motions remaining on the Notice Paper such as revocation motions lapse, except for disall

    Tow Truck and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018
    The towing industry in Queensland is regulated by the Tow Truck Act 1973 and Tow Truck Regulation 2009, however, removing vehicles from private property, such a car park, is not covered by the regulatory framework. In response to the growing community concerns regarding the removal of vehicles from private property the Queensland Government commissioned an independent investigation conducted by M

    Police and Other Legislation (Identity and Biometric Capability) Amendment Bill 2018
    At the special meeting of the Council of Australian Governments on Counter-Terrorism on 5 October 2017, leaders agreed to establish a National Facial Biometric Matching Capability and signed an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) on Identity Matching Services. This is to help to protect Australians by making it easier for security and law enforcement agencies to identify people who are suspects or

    Local Government Legislation (Validation of Rates and Charges) Amendment Bill 2018
    On 6 November 2017, the Supreme Court of Queensland delivered its judgement in the matter of Linville Holdings Pty Ltd v Fraser Coast Regional Council [2017] QSC 252. The Court declared that for each of the financial years ending on 30 June 2015, 30 June 2016 and 30 June 2017, Fraser Coast Regional Council failed to validly make and levy rates and charges, because it did not decide by resolution a

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